A question to my readers

What would you like to see more of? Photoessays? Equipment reviews? Philosophical thoughts? Off topic? Video, even? Leave a comment below, and I’ll see what I can do! MT


  1. kenneth voigt says:

    Equipment reviews (more)

    • Thanks for the suggestion. I don’t get given gear, so whatever I review I have to buy. And I can only do this if I use it for my own work, or I’ll be bankrupt…sorry!

  2. soelin from Flickr says:

    In my opinion, you’re probably the best writer among all the photo bloggers/reviewers; your blog entries are relevant, interesting and educational. What I would like to learn from you is your approach to (post) processing images—from looking at your photos (which are great, btw), you pay careful attention to how you process them. No matter what your subject is , I find your results are just “right” and appropriate. In a word, your post processing skills improve your photos accordingly.
    I also like your equipment reviews—you look at each equipment and think “what can I do with it” rather than “what can it do for me.” That said, I would like to read more about the reviewed equipment’s deficiencies and how you work around to overcome them.
    And, keep up the good work!

    • Thanks Soelin! Glad you’re enjoying the blog. Please share it with your friends! Postprocessing is on my roadmap for the site – I’m currently into mid-April, so it might be a little while before you see any specific articles on it. I also intend to do a short series on reprocessing images, and how one’s vision/ interpretation evolves. Noted on the reviews; I’ll add a little more in future, but generally I try to be as objective as possible with the reviews; some things I may consider to be non-issues because I don’t use them (for instance, rolling shutter on the E-PM1’s video output, made worse by using the digital IS; but I don’t shoot video, so I don’t really pay much attention to it). MT

  3. Currently what you posted (Photoessays, Equipment reviews, Philosophical thoughts) are nice and hope you continue this direction. 🙂

  4. Justin Tan says:

    Hi, I’ve just discovered your site via the Leica blog. (Also, it turns out we have some mutual friends too when I tried to link to your blog via FB.) Anyway, I really enjoy POTD. As people above have said, the seemingly spontaneous topics with thoughtful comments are very engaging, not to mention the excellent photography. I’ve not read through all your stuff yet, but I do enjoy reading posts where you highlight certain image creation techniques or composition aids. This really helps enthusiasts like me take photography to the next level. I am going to spend the next couple of days reading through your blog and look forward to following it regularly !

    • Thanks Justin – suggestions noted, and I’m glad to say it’s pretty much in line with where I’m taking the site in the future. Aiming for at least one, if not two, updates per day. Please share it with your friends!

  5. omg lol suddenly shy. hahah.

    i’ll send you some dog rockets for you to slaughter. 🙂

  6. Mark Yeo says:

    I like the random topics you posted… particularly those that’s about your personal philosophy and style.

  7. Or, we submit stuff for you for critical review. That would be something interesting to read. How you evaluate the photos of others.

  8. Hilmar ('- Hilmo -' on flickr) says:

    I love what you do and how you do it. It’s a surprise everyday to read what you’ve written. I like everything. Your personal equipment reviews are very nice in particular.

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