cratered shadow

bright nearly-full moon, showing craters in the bottom left along the terminator. my initial idea for today’s @dailyshoot project (about shadows) was to shoot the moon, to see if I could catch craters nicely defined by shadow. I wasn’t sure there would be a clear sky, so I shot a backup idea and wound up […]

finder of light

my old handheld General Electric Exposure Meter Type PR-1, circa 1951. It still works perfectly, although it doesn’t do well in very low light situations. It’s really just a slide ruler built around a light meter. You can set different ASA values (or frames per second if shooting (video) film)), then look up corresponding values […]