WordPress “pharma” hack I’ve spent the last week or so trying to overcome some very inappropriate and very obnoxious cloaked code that had been inserted into The Golden Sieve earlier this month. It only showed up when the site was viewed by a search engine (thanks to Barry for pointing it out to me). Thanks […]
Monthly Archives: March 2012
What is light field photography? A friend of mine recently purchased a Lytro camera – a slender rectangle of anodized aluminum housing a 35-280mm f/2.0 equivalent lens. He showed up, quite unexpectedly the other day and offered me the chance to borrow it for a few days (Thanks Matt!). In the spirit of sharing, I […]
31st Street Jetty While I was digging through some archived images of a very cold Chicago winter – I found these two photographs made on a very, very cold Chicago morning sometime a year or two ago. A good friend and I crawled onto the frozen jetty and waited for the sunrise.
Returning to a favorite spot Sunny and warm as February may have been here in California, I couldn’t help but remember one a few years ago – one that was decidedly cold and snowy. I was about to leave Chicago for California, and I took some time to walk around a few of my favorite […]
I’ve posted this information elsewhere, but I thought I’d drop it here and have a permalink I can send folks too. If you’ve read this before, read no further and head to the new photos for the day – if you haven’t – please read on! The workshop I am going to run is going […]