Here's a list of some camera features I'd love to have – all of them doable in firmware, so it's basically a free-for-all smorgasbord of ideas for camera manufacturers.
Since I often take pictures of myself, I use remotes quite a bit and have amassed a collection of flexible and practical remote solutions for my cameras - even a DIY foot release
I do love my Fuji X100 - Building a website is fun
Some impressions from a couple of weeks in NYC and touring New York State.
My fly-tying vise shot for an article on my fly-fishing web site. All shot with the Nikon D5100 and the 85mm f/3.5 macro.
Some winter shots with the camera obscura armed with a D5100
Pictures taken by mistake, 2014. I published them as a book through Blurb - just for my own sake.
Simply don't! Unless you are a wedding photographer and get paid well to do it. Or just a guest bringing a camera.
I consider a good tripod an essential piece of photographic gear, and the way I take pictures I wouldn't be able to work for long without one.
This is how I use Adobe Lightroom. There's a gazillion ways of doing it, but I have settled on my personal way.