Backups are the one of the most important things that a photographer can have as part of their workflow. In this episode I touch briefly on how I handle my own backups.
I have been getting a few inquiries on gear, specifically, tripods that I use, so I thought another podcast was in order to share the types I have and how I use them. Hopefully you will find this helpful.
One thing I always try to pass on when someone trust’s me enough to ask a photography questions is “Don’t carve your camera settings in stone” just because so and so does this. Be creative and make the photograph yours with your style. I cannot emphasize that enough, YOUR STYLE
Always fun to speculate on new gear that will enhance your photography. Nikon is rumored to be releasing the Nikon D6 sometime early this year. In this episode we talk about what the new flagship camera might have regarding its specs.
In this episode I discuss how letting self doubt creep into your photography can really impact your photographs and self confidence
How do you get closer to your wildlife subjects? I have a few different thoughts on how you might go about that.
Getting started in photography does take some persistance and work. In this episode I share my journey on getting established with a bit of luck at first and then planning.
There are many places to draw inspiration for your photography. In this episode I offer a few suggestions to help move your photography along.
Adobe just wrapped up there version of Photoshop World and announced some nice upgrades to the software we use the most like Photoshop, Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic along with some brand new software for you social media aficionados that do video.
Are the new mirrorless cameras recently released something that you would want to add to your camera bag? I discuss that from my perspective as DSLR shooter.