As photographers we may have different views on how to approach travel photography. Some folks like to allow multiple days to photograph key locations. This increases their chances of having ideal conditions. No doubt this can contribute to some truly spectacular photographs. It’s likely that this level of photographic quality wouldn’t have been possible if lighting and weather had been left to chance. A completely different approach is to purposely allow oneself to be at the mercy of Mother Nature’s whims. This article discusses the benefits of ‘catch-as-catch-can’ travel photography.
We are excited to announce the launch of our newest eBook, Desert & Mountain Memories. Continue reading Desert & Mountain Memories eBook Announced
We’d like to thank the many readers from all over the world that have already purchased a copy of The Little Camera That Could – we appreciate your support! To provide folks with more insights on the content of our Nikon 1 eBook, I will be publishing a small selection of content areas over the next week or so. The first instalment is the Travel ~ Greece section. This segment shares some photographs captured in Greece with a Nikon 1 V2 and provides some commentary on the experience.
As major photography shows draw near many photographers seem to get an extra dose of GAS in their bodies as they ponder what may, or may not, be introduced by their brand of choice. I received a number of emails over the past couple of weeks with the most common question being, “What will you do if the Nikon 1 system is discontinued?” After thinking about it for a few minutes my reply was quite simple, “Relax…it’s just a camera.” Continue reading Relax…it’s just a camera
Photography Life has just published my year end summary article, Every Road Tells a Story. Readers wishing to view this article can use the link provided. I wish each and every one of you the best for 2017! Continue reading Every Road Tells a Story on Photography Life
Sometimes we can get so caught up in the technical aspects of our gear that we forget that the most important things are the images we capture regardless of the gear we are using. Continue reading Arizona & Utah: Big Memories with a Tiny Sensor
Like many couples, my wife and I talked about going to Greece for many years. Fortunately for us the stars aligned in the fall of 2014 and we were able to go on a bus tour/island hopping holiday. Continue reading Images of Greece