Month: February 2015

Two Kodachrome treatments

Kodachrome is long revered for its look. Its combination of colour sensitivity, unique softness, yet still very natural look has wide appeal. And the fact that it went extinct just a few short years before the recent emergence of digital simulation of films adds to its mystique. VSCO offers Ektachrome and many other film simulations, […]

Powerful flashes for Micro Four Thirds

I am thinking of upgrading from the trusty Olympus FL-600R to a more powerful unit. There seems to be no Olympus nor Panasonic flashes designed for Micro Four Thirds that fits the bill, but the Four Thirds FL-50R is highly regarded. There are also the Metz mecablitz 44, 52, and 64. (The 64 recently replaced […]