Want to know a secret? Every photographer wants to take better photos. Shhhh…don’t tell anyone but you, me and yes even those “famous” photographers all want to make stronger and more impactful photographs. That’s the wonderful(and frustrating) thing about photography; there is always room to … Continue reading5 Insanely Simple Ways to Instantly Improve Your Photographs
You’ve done it. You’ve made the leap from a DSLR camera to a mirrorless camera system. It could be a Fuji XT-2 or a Sony a6000, or if you’re like me, you went all out and got a full frame mirrorless camera(Sony A7R for me). … Continue readingHow to Use Any Lens with a Mirrorless Camera
Sweet weeping Christ…. The climate of the photography world has turned grim with forecast winds likely whipping even more torturous in the coming months. Unless you’ve been living under a fairly girthy rock, and lets face it you’d still have your phone, you’ve likely noticed … Continue readingThe Never Ending Race for Mirrorless
I’ve always thought keeping things as simple as possible is always best. It seems that so many things today are portrayed as being overly complicated and I’ve never understood that way of thinking which is why I always explain things on a basic level especially … Continue readingVIDEO: Understand Shutter Speed in 10 Minutes
I gotta’ fever…and the only prescription is more…camera gear??? Yesterday I received a very polite and undoubtedly well-intended question on one of my Instagram posts. In case you can’t make out the words here’s the text from the post: Awesome to see photogs still using … Continue readingGear Fever: Why Do We CONSTANTLY Upgrade Our Cameras?
Magnetic filter systems are not a new invention. They have been around for quite a while in one incarnation or another. Recently, I was able to get my hands on Breakthrough Photography’s X100 GND filter holder. The X100 is something that every landscapist should be … Continue readingVIDEO: Breakthrough Photography Magnetic Filters and X100 Filter Holder…The Future?
The constant hammering of the sleet against my tarp has given way to a strange and almost unperceivable buffered ticking sound. I lay there motionless…afraid to move from the long sought warmness of whatever contorted position I held when sleep found me the night before. … Continue readingIceman: The Laurel-Snow Wilderness Experience-Final Chapter