One of the most enjoyable aspects of cruising is that it puts us in a position to encounter rare and attractive marine life in the wild in a way that is beyond the reach of shore bound observers. And that privilege gives you a great opportunity to make a photographic record for your wall at [...]
In the last post in this series I listed the capabilities that my ideal cruiser camera would have. In this post I’m going to recommend some cameras that have those capabilities.
This is the second in my series on photography gear, but with a twist: rather than recommending a camera and then justifying my opinion, I’m going to try and define my absolute ideal cruising camera, based on fifteen years of taking photographs seriously while voyaging; not to speak of some really bad and expensive gear [...]
[Written October 13th] This morning, Phyllis and I were out for a short walk in Northeast Harbor, Maine, where we arrived yesterday after an overnight sail across from Nova Scotia. We were more in search of sticky-buns than photographs, but I slipped the newest and smallest of my three cameras into my pocket, just in [...]