*TRP in the New York Times – Gadgetwise

This little guy has been pulling his weight!

Rik Fairlie from the New York Times had gotten in touch with me a few weeks back regarding my experience with the micro 4/3’s system.  We chatted for a little bit about the pros and cons and he was nice enough to mention me in his article for the Gadgetwise section last week.  I’ve not been quoted in a publication before so it is weird to see my name affiliated with an article like this.  Kinda like hearing your own voice on your answering machine, I guess if I could go back, I might have answered some of the questions a little differently, more eloquently perhaps.  Regardless, thank you very much to Rik for tracking me down and for those who’d like to read the article, it is here!

3 thoughts on “*TRP in the New York Times – Gadgetwise

  1. Tyson,
    My GH1 is in Seacaucus, NJ and my 45-200 is in Hodgkins, IL. I’m excited but they don’t look like they’re gonna get here before this weekend’s hiking. Darn!

    But I’m here to ask if I can invite a good photographer to your group. Here’s a link to his kind of new Flickr account:

    Redbud over Teahouse 2-2©Mark Paulson All rights resv

    -Terry-

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    • Hey Terry,

      That’s a bummer! At least you know where they are and you’ll be shooting with them within a few days.

      Of course, you can invite whomever you’d like. The more the merrier. Mark’s images are beautiful!

      Good luck on the dreaded wait…

      Cheers,

      tyson

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