Category Archives: Site Updates
I am pleased to present you photos from Chicago! I went to Chicago with my wife last July and had some spare time to wander around the downtown area and capture images. You can find all of the photos in the Chicago Gallery.
It’s an odd time of year right now. On one hand I have a ton of stuff to do for the website! On the other hand, it’s Spring, the weather is nice, and I want to spend every waking moment outside shooting! Here’s a list of things I am currently working.
- Write-ups for various trips including Chicago, Hawaii, Sandhill Cranes, and Arkansas 2012
- Lens thoughts and reviews for Zeiss 50mm Makro-Planar, Zeiss 21mm f/2.8, and all three Nikon PC-E lenses
- Equipment thoughts and reviews for Nikon D800 body and it’s wonderful 36 megapixel sensor
- Online store! I’m still evaluating options here but hope to implement something soon.
Oh and if I get the spare time [hah] I’d like to start compiling “pro tips” together in the Techniques section covering both items I feel would be useful to other photographers and photo-enthusiasts as well as questions I get via email. If there is anything you would like to see covered or even items from my Equipment page that you would like to see reviewed, drop me a line!
It’s a busy time so check back regularly for updates!
I’ve been hard at work fleshing out some areas of the website that previously had little or no content since the big move. I have also been creating new galleries and stocking them as I work towards getting things back to how they were pre-move. More to come but for now be sure to check out the Gallery as well as the new Places list! I have also updated the Equipment page with “what’s in Jeremy’s backpack?” for the gear-curious. You know who you are.
Welcome to the newly updated home of Jeremy Dixon Photography! Please excuse our mess as we continue to flesh out the various content areas of the site. Look for new things in the coming days. :)
At the end of October I went down to Arkansas for my first time, well first time staying at least as I had driven through a different part of the state before which was *much* less to look at. I went with my then-girlfriend Tracy to visit several waterfalls that I had found in a book by Tim Ernst named appropriately “Arkansas Waterfall Guide.” Tim is a photographer and an avid outdoorsman and, in my opinion, one of the best sources for information on hiking, waterfalls, and basically all things outdoors in the state of Arkansas. Aside from his waterfall guide, he also writes trail and nature guides. [more info on his website]