A set of photographs recorded at various locations in China during a 2008 visit has been added to the galleries (galleries/travel/china/china).
A small set of photographs from a 2008 visit to the terracotta army in Xi’an, China has been added to the Galleries menu (galleries/travel/china/terracotta army).
A gallery of photographs from a 2009 visit to India has been added to the Galleries menu (galleries/travel/india).
A new gallery of photographs from a visit to Ethiopia in 2014 has been added to the Galleries menu (galleries/travel/ethiopia).
In 2010, shortly after its release, I bought Fujifilm’s first consumer 3D camera, the FinePix Real 3D W1. The camera is provided with two lenses and two image sensors, and therefore allows simultaneous capture of a left- and a right eye photo. It is fun to use, and the 3D effect can be very convincing. But unfortunately the display options for 3D images are quite limited, compared to normal 2D photographs.
The other day, as I was considering selling my super wide-angle zoom for the Nikon DX format, which I rarely use these days, I was moved to open up Lightroom and take a look at photographs I have recorded with this lens, a few of which appears below.