Although I bought my first digital camera back in 1998, I didn’t really get passionate about digital photography until 2005, when I bought my Casio Exilim EX-P600.
Since then, further encouraged by the birth of my daughter, photography has served me as an exciting past-time and also a quiet friend in times of peaceful meditation.
Combined with my love of technology and ties to the mobile world, my habits of exploration has delivered me with countless compact, DSLR and mirrorless cameras, which I’ve bought, used, played with and sold. I’ve taken my pictures with them, learned from them, grown a little, then moved on without sentimentality or materialistic bonds. I was only in it for the pictures. But I’ve learned this; if it has a lens and a sensor then you can have fun taking pictures with it. You can throw all the money you want at this hobby, but you must be willing to take it with you – and everywhere.
Here are all my blog posts so far. Enjoy.
I also keep many of my photos at 500px/qjquinn so please check it out.
** If you know me and are expecting some technical or design wizardry – or any web development at all – sorry to disappoint. I’ve made a hard rule that I only spend time making content for this blog, and as little time as possible on this site itself. **