t’s a nice sunny day and you want to get some portraits with your friends, but you just end up with harsh shadows across everyone’s face with squinting eyes from the glaring sun. What’s a photographer to do? Get a scrim!Read More
In my recent camera buying tips post I mentioned you should ask your friends what they use and like. To follow up on that I thought I would share what I typically use in my bag.Read More
What's the best camera?
Many say it's the one you always have with you.Read More
I've used an Amazon Basics camera backpack for a few years now, but I decided I was in need of something with a bit more heft to it for traveling. After some research, I decided to try out the Thinktank Retrospective 40 Shoulder Bag.Read More
The first digital camera I ever used took 3.2 megapixel photos. Cameras today take as many as 24 or 36 megapixel photos. What is a megapixel though?Read More
Primes are lenses that consist of a single focal point (they don't "zoom").
Why would you want a lens that can't zoom? Well they have a number of advantages which you can find out in today's list.Read More
If there is one incredibly important but under-appreciated piece of photography gear, its the memory card.
These little squares are the protectors of your digital negatives, and there are a lot more to them than people think.Read More
Photography doesn't end once you click the shutter.
Practically any photo you see on the web, in a magazine, or in advertisements has been edited. Its not that you need editing programs to make great images, but software like Adobe Lightroom or GIMP allow you to fine tune your photos to be the best that they can.
There are a lot of choices for photo editing and management, from free to "wow really?!"
So how do you go about finding which program is for you? First, consider what you need.Read More