Featuring the music of the late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, Friday and Saturday’s performances of The King of Queen played to sold out houses at Oklahoma City’s The Boom.
Continuing on the heels of his successful Roger Miller, John Prine, and Smiths tribute shows, last month musician Jerrod Beck presented another great show with the help of many talented local musicians […]
One of the most popular recent broadcasts on KOSU the SPY FM’s Oklahoma Rock Show was their all Roger Miller program. When local musician Jerrod Beck heard it this past June, he approached his friend, singer Gabriel Knight Hancock, with an idea. “What if we did a live Roger Miller cover show?” […]
I found this cool bowtie on an online auction site — you know the one — and it was just the excuse I needed for another lighting test. The gallery shows the 3 JPEGs, exported straight from the RAW files* with no adjustments, each followed by a JPEG exported after basic tonal adjustments (overall exposure, […]
Astute readers may have noticed that I’ve been transitioning to using mostly my Fujifilm X-T1 camera, with my Leica M9-P relegated to backup duties. It’s compact and light like the Leica, has plenty of manual controls, and has better ISO performance. Fuji makes a special adapter that lets me use my M-mount lenses with it, […]
I made my usual Tuesday grocery shopping stop at the Cleveland County Farmers’ Market and I saw this very attractive display at the Perry Farm vegetable stand.
The most essential item in any photographer’s bag is a relatively inexpensive item, often overlooked — the humble roll of tape. The best tape for making temporary repairs, securing cables, or fastening a wireless trigger to a light stand is not electrician’s tape, nor is it duct tape — it’s gaffer’s tape. In this post, […]