As I prepare to post my review, I thought I would share a couple photos. I love how my original TCL-x100 Teleconverter looks on my new x100F. I had originally purchased it with my black x100S, but I think I actually like this look better. I’ve now owned every x100 and the love affair just keeps growing with this camera.
This weekend I drove over to AU, my cellular carrier here in Japan to pickup my new Series 3 w/ LTE Apple Watch that I ordered a couple weeks ago. I have the original Series 0 and I've been waiting for enough feature additions to justify an upgrade.
It’s that time of year again when Apple has iPhone fans in a frenzy over their latest and greatest release. This year we got not one, but two new iPhones to choose from. Apple released the iPhone 8 (skipping a 7s model) and the all new 10th Anniversary iPhone X preorders start October 27th.
This past July my daughter and I decided on a whim to take a trip to Tokyo for a few days. She was out of school for the summer and it was perfect for some quality father daughter time. It’s been two years since our last trip. Scary how fast time goes by. On my last trip to Tokyo I had just bought the x100T and was testing it out.
I've been watching the wireless earbuds market for the past couple years, but I had been hesitate to buy anything so far. When Apple announced their new AirPods in October of last year, I was initially intrigued, but still not sure if I wanted/needed them enough to warrant spending $169.
In 2015 with the release of iOS 9 Apple also released a new app called "News". As the name implies its a news aggregator for reading news on your iPhone or iPad running iOS 9 or newer. News is a far better user experience compared to standard web pages with their ever increasing pop ups and animated ads that are clearly more focused on the ads than the content.
Augmented Reality (AR) is shaping up to be the coolest, most promising, most useful tech in recent years, with a projected global market of $165 billion by 2024. In 3-5 years everything we do today with our devices will seem old and antiquated with the intertwining of AR into our computers and iPhones, forever altering how we interact with them.
I started my photography journey in 1982 with the purchase of my first Yashica SLR film camera while I was serving in the U.S. Marines. Along the way I worked in sales management, web design/development, and then full-time as a photographer