ONE CAMERA, ONE LENS, A WIDE PERSPECTIVE

When I closed down this blog last December, I had no intention of returning because I needed to focus on photography and cut any time-intensive activity that interfered with that focus. Since that time, I’ve made some realignments. Of course, it’s not where I want to be but the important point is that I implemented an agenda. I’m back.

I’ve also made adjustments in the blog’s name and focus. In addition to photography, there will be notes on subjects that might help us all to cope with the stress created by these gangsters and grifters that are running the United States government.

This is a photograph of the inside of the church at Mission San Juan Bautista was taken while serving as a chaperone during my granddaughter’s class trip. I used what is now considered a “vintage” digital camera…more about that later. 

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Mission San Juan Bautista 2019

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jtolbertjr

A former event photographer, I became an early adopter of, advocate for, and then digital camera addict. After a million frames and thousands of dollars spent, I refuse to be distracted checking battery levels, scene modes, number of megapixels, video settings, and other marketing gimmicks that promote technology over the eyes of the photographer. One Camera, One Lens, A Wide Perspective.

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