Its now June, and we have been getting back on top of the garden. With the guests we had staying over the last few months, Timmy the Greyhound’s vet visits and having to have some of his front teeth out, and finally Caroline having to have a minor operation to remove a small cyst, the garden and our blog has been neglected.
Despite all of this we have managed a few days out and a holiday; I also managed to do a few studio shoots and some corporate portraits.
Now I hope things are getting back to normal and we can get the veg plot planted up and get some photographic shoots organised.
Saturday night was interesting as we had an earthquake. Very minor as these things generally are here in Lincolnshire but it made the local media.
As I mentioned yesterday we are getting rumours of a new Leica camera to be released soon.
It looks like along side the official opening of Leica Park there will be an announcement of possibly two new cameras, one of which will be a new L mount camera this month. The common rumours are a smaller camera based on the SL with a full frame Leica 35mm sensor but a few people are making claims that the reason the L mount is so large is that it’s designed for medium format. A single mount for all of Leica’s cameras and that we should expect a mirrorless cropped medium format camera to replace the current S range. If that is true then the bank account is about to get a lot lighter.
This Monday was the start of the Apples’s WWDC. I always try where possible to listen to the CEO’s opening speech. Sometimes we have new hardware but mainly new software.
As someone who is trying to be more private on the web, limiting their use of applications like Facebook to only a few times a month and stopping internet access after 9 pm at night, there was much to interest me.
I am a self confessed Twitter addict and in Apple’s iOS 12 it will be interesting if I can use the social media limiting side to control my obsession. As we try to create the right balance of intake of social media IM and Skype interaction with work, and downtime with friends and family tools like this may help.