Fear is a topic rarely discussed within the boundaries of photography. Everyone has a fear of something. For many of us, regardless of what we choose to do in life, fear of death tends to be looming over most people at some point. While many feel that fear is a bad thing, I believe it to be a good thing. Fear keeps us
The release of the new Sony a9 this spring finally sparked interest in the mirrorless camera market for me. I have tested other Sony cameras but had hangups with their operation and how I specifically work as a photographer. When Sony announced the a9, their press release specifically addressed the issues that I had with previous bodies so I knew that Sony was listening to photographers like myself. I decided to
My obsession with the Leica SL began shortly after my friend Alan Sund sent me home with his father’s 1955 Leica M3. That’s right a 62-year-old camera that was still completely operational. It didn’t take me long to realize why this was the case. The construction of this Leica M3 film camera was essentially bomb-proof. Which makes complete sense, since Leica cameras have been the camera of war journalists since the
Capture One Pro Introduction As many of you know I have been struggling with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for some time now. It began when I replaced my main office computer with a new Apple Retina 5K iMac. Lightroom is slow, clunky, and crashes often. I cannot stand calling Adobe’s tech support as they seem to farm out the service overseas and everyone you talk to appears to be reading a queue
I want to throw the romance of photography and being a professional photographer in the garbage can for a few minutes. This post is to give you some idea of what you may be stepping into should you decide that you absolutely need to become a professional photographer. I am not speaking of getting published once in a while, winning a photo contest here and there, or traveling the world taking
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