I haven't been posting for a long while to my blog. Many events happened since the last post very early this year. Some of them are personal and therefore will remain outside of realm of my public photo blog. Some events, however, could be shared.
I have almost completely left DSLR/Pentax gear. I still have SMCP-A 50/1.2 and SMCP-FA 77/1.8 Limited that I occasionally use. Sometimes, I'd use my K-5 and Sigma 17-70 or Sigma 24-60 lenses in order to take pictures for my younger daughter class at school. There auto-focus and zoom lens come in very handy.
All other photography these days is happening with Ricoh GXR-M. Recently I acquired Zeiss Biogon 35/2.0 which together with Zeiss Biogon 25/2.8 are my main photographic tools. Given that Biogon 35 arrived quite recently, I expect it to be my lens of choice as I learn to use it and as well enjoy the process.
Hopefully, next year I will be posting more pictures in my photo-blog, so please stay tuned.
Boris Liberman is my name and I am a software engineer. You know, like that Dilbert fellow. I don't think I have any specific shooting preference, though I like to shoot nature, street life and I like to travel.
Greetings and welcome to my modest corner of the world wide web.
English is not my native language. Therefore if you spot a spelling mistake, an occurrence of wrong grammar, stylistics, etc, please let me know. I'd like to keep my blog tidy in that respect.