Dingle, Fujifilm X-T1, Getchius, Ireland, Photography
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Back in the blog biz

After a long time of neglecting my blog I’m back at it. A lot has been happening in my photographic life and I am rather mad at myself for not sharing with the world my photographic experiences. Also, I have been contemplating the state of photography and hopefully will soon put those thoughts down for others to think over.

For now though saying I’m back and giving a brief glimpse into what I have been doing will just have to do. Also it should be noted I’m trying a new workflow with my blog. I’m using the App Ulysses to write this and from within the app I can post directly to my blog. If this works it sure is going to be nice. Here is the link to Ulysses: http://ulyssesapp.com/

Just got back from Ireland. Which of course was a total blast. Told you a lot has been going on in my life.  I traveled light, leaving all my Nikon gear at home and traveling just with my Fujifilm cameras. Don’t get me wrong I still love my Nikon cameras it is just in this case, traveling light and overseas the Fuji’s were a better fit. More about that at a later time.

The photo of the boat in Dingle Bay was taken with my Fujifilm X-T1. I love that camera. More later.  Thanks for stopping by. CLG

This entry was posted in: Dingle, Fujifilm X-T1, Getchius, Ireland, Photography

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Craig has been a professional photographer for over forty years. His photos have been shown and purchased in four continents, North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. Just recently his wife April has joined C. L. Getchius Photography. A quote from Craig and April: “Even after all these years we are learning and are excited about what we will discover and witness with each new day.”

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