X-T10

I’ve been meaning to write about my experiences with the X-T10. I think someone may have even specifically asked me to, so here it is. After using it for over a month, I decided to send it back. It was ok, but what finally made me decide to send it back was that it would…

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Bernard and Dorothy

I woke up this morning with the noise of thumping music outside. I picked up my Polaroid 100 and walked over to see what was going on. It was the Color Vibe 5k. It seemed more like a rave. I took three photos with the and then somebody stopped me to ask me about my…

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A Holiday Journey

Note: This was written on December 19, 2014 and subsequently edited. Probably not edited enough. As I have done a few times in my tenure as an employee at Emma, I’ve managed to use so few vacation days throughout the year that I ended up taking a chunk of time off at the end of…

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Instant Photos

I have Hartwell to thank for my newest obsession. While I was at Giant Conf, he gave me an old Polaroid 600 camera. Ever since I snapped my first, terrible photo with film from The Impossible Project, I’ve been hooked. Maybe it’s the whole analog thing that makes vinyl so appealing to some people. Perhaps…

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GIANT Conf

Last month, I attended the first annual GIANT Conf in Charleston, SC. I wasn’t sure what to expect, and had mixed feelings about making the trip back so shortly after leaving1. For better or worse, here’s what I thought of it. The quality of the talks varied widely. Some talks had me inspired and some…

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ComicBinder

For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to be able to catalog my comic books. When I was nine years old, that meant keeping a notebook with a line for each possible issue of a series. The idea started as a way to give me piece of mind in case I needed to…

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HeroesCon

I think I first heard of HeroesCon when someone at Captain’s Comics1 mentioned that it would be a good place to take comics to get graded and not have to mail them in first. It was again Captain’s that brought it to my attention this year. Olivia and I both thought it might be fun,…

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