Surviving Monday Morning

How to survive a busy weekend...

How to survive a busy weekend…

Ok it is Monday…we are all back to work (or I hope we are).

I had to work overnight this weekend, and it went from 9P to 4AM…yep I’m smoked and fading fast here at the desk.  I guess that does not count the chaperoning a middle school party at church Friday, helping the Blue Knights and Knights of Columbus with a Soccer Challenge, and then church and a baseball game for Kalen today.  Yes I go to work to relax a bit.  Just don’t tell that to my boss would you please?

So I just wanted to share how I plan to survive my Monday morning…with large amounts of Joe!

Smiles everyone!  Good Luck this week!

-ehw

P.S.  I took this with the Fujifilm X-E1.  I’ve read a lot lately about this camera not being all it was claimed to be in marketing and the rest…well my advice on any camera is don’t read the marketing.  Get a hold of it and shoot.  Every camera has compromises, and if you like the ones the designers chose you’re in great luck!  If not find something else.  For me this camera gives some of the best B&W out of camera I’ve ever seen.  It has the cleanest high ISO shooting for an APS-C camera I’ve ever seen.  I know because I compare it to a champ of APS-C…my 16MP Sony sensor powered Pentax.  It also gives me a nice analog quality in my prints I enjoy.  I accept that it is not a fast focusing, child chasing tool.  I don’t use it for that all the time.  I have Mr Pentax for that in times it matters.  I also accept that fact that the unique output from the camera, the feel of the images is a result of a complex data processing not all image processors do well.  In the long run, a new dame of a camera comes in every week…just like a movie star.  Just enjoy the one you brought, and remember it is a tool not something to worship!  Use the one you need, and enjoy the choices of others as well…if we all did the same thing and made the same choices the world would be pretty damn boring.

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