I have people every now and then ask the above question, and I do give the above answer. Yes, it is a bit smart assy, but it is the truth. What camera one uses is almost irrelevant, in my opinion. Now if you ask what is my favorite camera of all the cameras I own to shoot, then it is my Mamiya 645 Pro TL. When I hit the road, or am shooting just for myself, baby is with me.
Now, that all being said, all of these photos are shot with the iPhone that sleeps next to my bed. They are then imported and edited a smidge.
Eyes Still Open
2017 is now here, and I hope everyone had a great Holiday Season. I also hope all have a fantastic New Year, and that it is getting off with a bang.
Yes, I have not been very diligent with my updates, but I will now remedy this. It is my plan to do weekly updates, but we shall see.
People have often asked me, what is the best camera? My reply has been, what ever you have in your hand, though I think I heard this from or read this somewhere else. To whit, here we are.
It had to be done, because I needed the break. I sat my cameras down, and took no photos, with one caveat; The Rotary Scramble. Other than that, NOTHING!
I am often asked how I came up with the name of my company, BigHead Photos. Well, here is a photo of the namesake, Miles E. Hill-Cashaw
Here he is at 4years old, 8, and 16. His head is still big, but he has made great stride towards growing into it.
My Alma mater is going through a growing phase that has been going on for nearly a decade. The last of the big dorms to be torn down was the first dorm I lived in during my undergrad. Many called it the prison due to it’s cinder block construction, a 60s design. I am not wailing or gnashing my teeth, just witnessing a milestone, and rebirth of the campus. The only constant is change.
This is a park somewhere on the North Side of Pittsburgh. It kind of represents the weather we are having. It is Spring, but last night we had snow. These photos were shot with a Holga 135, and they have inherent character.
A friend says each of my blogs should have a theme. I said, they do, photography.