On a recent flight while in Southeast Asia we boarded a regional commuter flight and I was fortunate enough to sit close to the turbo-prop of this aircraft. I decided to pull out my iPad mini and shoot some stills and video. I knew the camera in the iPad is not like your normal camera […]
Joshua Holko provides his impressions on the new Canon 200-400 f/4 IS 1.4x sample lens. His review is based on a pre-production model. Good job on the review Joshua.
OM-D E-M5 update If you read my last post with My relationship with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 you know I have some annoyances with this camera. I thought I would provide a further update. I’m using the E-M5 for a lot of day trips while here in Southeast Asia. The portability, weight and quality of the […]
My Love / Hate relationship with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Let me start off by saying, I’m a Canon shooter and have been for years. My Canon gear is comprised of pro quality 1DS Mark III, 1D Mark IV and L quality lenses. Photography to me is always about compromise. Do you take big heavy […]
What constitutes Landscape Photography over that of a Snapshot? We have all seen them, sometimes we are them, the individual out shooting during the middle of the day with harsh light taking pictures of scenery or landscapes with less than interesting composition, foreground, or background. If you want some sharp looking, vibrant, contrasty looking pictures […]
My camera bag I often get asked what camera bag(s) I use and what I carry with me. Like most photographers I’ve owned as many bags as many women do shoes, but I’ve narrowed it down to these 4 bags. How do I use these bags? Gura Gear – Kiboko 30L – This is my […]