Since the holidays are here and since videos have this wonderful shelf life on the internet now, I thought I would resurect this piece I did last year on the Mistletoe Hunter of Boyle County, Kentucky.
Let me make one thing perfectly clear: This is not a video camera. So don’t expect it to do the same things your video camera does. It is, however, one killer full-frame DSLR that shoots some spectacular hi-def video. And that’s enough for me.
For the 66th time, Santa rode on the back of a train, stopping 14 times through Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee handing out gifts and toys to children and their families.
The Rollergirls of Central Kentucky are a diverse group of women (and men) who enjoy the aggressive competition and comraderie of the sport. For some, it is an extension of their everyday lives. For others, it is a chance to be someone else.
About a year ago, I converted an old Canon 10D digital SLR camera so that it shoot only infrared photos. Infrared film used to be the only way to do this and it was always so finicky and expensive.
I knew that following Dawn Nicole Smith’s progress through Fayette County Drug Court could take more than a year. That’s how long it takes most addicts to finish the intensive treatment program, if they finish at all. Well, more than 8,000 photos, 10 hours of audio and three years after we met Dawn in March […]