Essays taken from a weekly newspaper column published in the Washington County News, Washington, Kansas. Look for my book, "Dispatches From Kansas," available from Amazon.com, or from the author.
You bought the big gun?
That's a nice hunka hardware, Tom.
Is that what you were pining for when you took that wonderful pic of Heat-Moon and Q?
Linda -- Yes it is. I managed to find one at a smaller retailer in New Jersey. I figured it was as much a mental health benefit as a photographic benefit because now I can get on with my life and stop pining about it. Being in debt sucks but what the hell. I can shoot in the dark now--literally.Big Bunny: I'll take a special bunny photo for you...
But now......you must perform!!! Ha. I'm jealous, such a beautiful piece of equipment. But in the end, do you prefer film? I know digital is so easy but.....You know, i could have bought a nice vintage Karmann Ghia with the coin you spent on the camera. HA.
Suzanne -- Do I prefer film? Not. One. Bit. Having a digital darkroom where anything can be done to an image is the most liberating experience in the history of photography. The advantages of digital over film are too numerous to mention. Plus, the D3s is far sexier than any film camera ever made!
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