Chinatown Shot: Kuo Wah Cafe – “Double Yummies!”

Gotta love the slogans of a Chinese restaurant bearing my surname.

Kuo Wah Cafe (San Francisco, CA). Olympus E-P1, Lumix . . . → Read More: Chinatown Shot: Kuo Wah Cafe – “Double Yummies!”

Why Fuji Survived the Digital Revolution and Kodak Didn’t

A great piece from The Economist on how Fuji weathered the turbulent waters of the shift from analog to digital photography. It basically came down to forward thinking and a willingness to let something die and embrace something new. Here’s an excerpt:

Shigetaka Komori, Fujifilm’s boss, expresses admiration for Kodak in an interview prior to the lawsuit, . . . → Read More: Why Fuji Survived the Digital Revolution and Kodak Didn’t

More Megapixels Aren’t Always Better

If you’ve tracked digital photography over the last ten years, you’ll have likely noticed that the largest font in any digital camera ad or brochure is always the number of megapixels. I still remember ten years ago traveling around the world with two cameras–a tiny Olympus Stylus Zoom 70 film camera and a Canon PowerShot A50 . . . → Read More: More Megapixels Aren’t Always Better

Friday’s Flip Book – Teaching in House Churches and Photography Trends

Here’s a few things I’ve been reading in the past week…

Felicity Dale writes her job description of a teacher (according to gifting, not a position) in a house church.
Ed Waken provides some profound insight into a plague of our day (that I myself am certainly prone to): Spiritual Information Addiction–“What if instead of simply acquiring more . . . → Read More: Friday’s Flip Book – Teaching in House Churches and Photography Trends

Friday’s Flip Book (10/22/10): Back Behind the Lens

In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve been trying to push myself back into art, which in my case is photography. For that reason, for this Friday’s collection of links, I wanted to highlight a few talented photographer friends of mine…check out their stuff!

I’ve known Lee for close to eight years now, and have always appreciated his . . . → Read More: Friday’s Flip Book (10/22/10): Back Behind the Lens