Fly’s Eyes and Virtual Reality: Rethinking Photography

Over…done…finished. Time to say ta ta and wave the hankie.

Ciao to the single lens reflex camera – film or digital – which has not changed shape since 1949, along with its supporting cast of lenses, gew-gahs and the Duck Dynasty vests needed to carry them. Ciao to the hulking video camera (I once carried a 7 pounder plus an equally heavy VCR and a suitcase full of tapes and batteries through the jungles of Borneo).

My aching back and tired shoulders have schlepped this stuff to some 60 countries since the 1980s. Good riddance, I say.

I have been rethinking the process of photography for the past few years.

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Snow Day: Photo Gallery

Ski Trails – South Lake Tahoe, California – Photo (C) Russell Johnson

We who have lived through the California drought are heading for the mountains and doing snow angels. We’ve always celebrated the first snows of the season. After that, maybe not so much. But it still makes for some beautiful scenes. Here is a collection of our photos (and a painting) celebrating “Snow Day.”

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