Many photographers know the term “Alpenglow” to be that magical reddish, pink light from the setting sun that’s visible on the high mountain peaks during those last few moments of the day. It’s the light we all live for. It’s the golden rainbow … Continue reading →
Attention “serious photographers,” you should probably look away. You’re not going to like this, as it’s little off the rails from what you’re used to doing, but I make no apologies, I’m posting it anyway. The other day, I decided … Continue reading →
Do you always remember to turn the camera sideways when you’re out shooting? It can be an easy thing to forget. After all, in their natural state, cameras are built horizontally. Just like your TV, the microwave, the refrigerator and the … Continue reading →
The highlight of my most recent Scotland trip was a week spent on the Isle of Islay. Pronounced “Eye-la,” with the syllabic emphasis on “eye,” Islay is part of the Southern, Hebrides, a chain of islands off the west coast of … Continue reading →
I just got back from Scotland. Yes, you heard that right. Scotland again. That makes my third trip over there in 9 months and officially means that I visited Scotland in all four seasons in a single year. I must … Continue reading →
Last Thursday, Fuijfilm announced the new X-H1, which is the first X Series camera to features in-body image stabilization, commonly referred to as IBIS. Using a combination of accelerometers, 3-axis gyro sensors and a special dual-processor, the X-H1 can analyze … Continue reading →
Everyone, meet Billy. On second thought, you probably already know him. After all, who doesn’t know Billy? You know, spiky blonde hair, attitude, MTV star. White Wedding? Yea, that Billy. See I knew you knew him. Billy is a true rebel. … Continue reading →
Today’s photography tip isn’t so much a photography tip, as it is a life tip. Consider it a Public Service Announcement. I feel compelled to share it with you today, because I want to make sure that you’re starting your year off on the right foot … Continue reading →
The adventure photography camera pack has been a quickly evolving monster over the past few years. In a market long dominated by Lowepro, a number of newer companies have entered the ring and come out with interesting designs that allow outdoor photographers … Continue reading →
Today is February 2, more commonly known as Groundhog Day, and today, Punxsutawney Phil did not disappoint. In Central Pennsylvania, the famous little critter crawled out of his hole and saw his shadow, which of course, signifies that we have six … Continue reading →
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