July 18, 2021

Trip to Fort Pike circa 2003

In the early ought’s, Melanie and I were Masters of our local cub scout troop. Predominantly done to give Jourdan the opportunity to be a cub scout, it was a very rewarding experience in working with these young people providing support in their journey to adulthood. When we first started, the troop numbered nearly ten, but over the years it dwindled down to just a couple. Don’t honestly know the cause, but we maintained as honestly, we enjoyed doing it. Typically we would organize some sort of field trip for the youngsters, which is the focus of this post. In early fall of 2003, we took a trip to Fort…

June 26, 2021

Saturday Meanderings

It wasn’t much of a photo week this week, so we’re going to turn back time and present some imagery from the first instance of RAW image collection, in this instance with the Olympus E-10. As we’ve discussed, the E-10 showed up about 2003 and as a faithful disciple of DPReview, the E-10 was fairly well thought of at the time. This was before the landmark introduction of the Nikon D100 which kicked the “prosumer level DLSR niche firmly into gear. The E-10, brought a lot of positive attributes. It was referred to by DPReview, and other as a ZLR (Zoom Lens Reflex) camera as the lens was not interchangeable….