The EOS 50/50e (Elan II/Elan IIe, respectively in North America) is an advanced amateur SLR introduced in 1995 and discontinued in 2000. Compared to its EOS 10 predecessor, the new camera adds Eye Controlled Autofocus on the “e” model and a few other things.
A Nice Morning Drive is a short story originally published in the November 1973 edition of Road & Track – in which the author, Richard S. Foster, wrote about a future that in many ways has actually come to pass. Hit the jump for the full text of the story:
This was originally published sometime in June of 2017 on my old site before I decided to use WordPress exclusively – what follows is completely unedited from the original. I’ll have to give a more in depth review of the car soon. But for now, enjoy!
If you’re shooting landscapes, macros, portraits, or anything else where depth of field matters, do you check what the resulting depth of field will look like? If not, you’re missing out big time. Hit the jump to learn of a better way.
While I don’t post camera news, I really should. I could be like an aggregator of sorts, like how The Grid over at Road and Track gives you a roundup of the day’s most important stories in the automotive world. Anyways, back to the topic on hand. I’m asking you, […]
I originally shot the footage for this video a while ago using my iPhone 6S for the front footage and my GoPro Hero Session; while not the most ideal setup, the resulting footage is more than serviceable. I just need to get a polarizer for my iPhone and an ND […]
The article that follows is one that I originally wrote back in high school. I’ve decided against editing it and I’ll leave it here as is; it does deserve a sequel though, so I’ll get around to that sometime. For now, though, enjoy!