So it’s been a few months since the last update on my Robert W. Kastenmeier courthouse experience. After not hearing from anyone for about 6 weeks, on February 10th, 2010 I called the offices of Representative Baldwin and Senator Feingold. Two days later I received a letter with a number of pages from Representative Baldwin. … Continue reading Round and round we go…
Homeland Security knows my name.
So a few things have happened since I wrote my last update on my experience at the Robert W. Kastenmeier Courthouse. First, on December 4th I was interviewed live on the radio by Sly on Sly in the Morning 1670 WTDY-Madison. You can hear the segment here. I’d like to thank Dylan the Executive Producer… Continue reading Homeland Security knows my name.
“I’ll get a hold of Madison PD, they’ll come talk to you.”
“I’ll get a hold of Madison PD, they’ll come talk to you.” That’s a threat that I received from a security guard at the Robert W. Kastenmeier United States Courthouse in Madison, Wisconsin.Â Here’s the story. I rented a Sony 70-200mm f/2.8 APO G SSM lens to shoot a wedding on October 3rd.Â This is… Continue reading “I’ll get a hold of Madison PD, they’ll come talk to you.”
In response to PixSylated
Syl Arena over at PixSylated posted a blog on where the photography industry is headed.Â I started to comment, but then realized my comment was getting long enough to be a post so here it is. I think that some segments of photography will be effected more than others. For example, sports. Currently you have… Continue reading In response to PixSylated
Knowledge is Power
Knowledge is Power I’ve been thinking about this for a while now.Â Things keep coming up that relate to how I currently think about knowledge or information.Â I think the saying “Knowledge is Power” is true, but only when that information is not commonly known.Â In other words, when information is known by only a… Continue reading Knowledge is Power
It keeps getting bigger…
…the sensor on my camera.Â I haven’t thought about this before but it just popped into my head today.Â My first camera was the Minolta Dimage A1.Â It was a 5 megapixel with an 8.8mm x 6.6mm sensor.Â Here’s an image from that camera. My next camera was the Minolta Maxxum 7D.Â It was a… Continue reading It keeps getting bigger…