MindShift Rotation 180 Pro

No one really expects to fall in love. It kind of just smacks you in the face when you least expect it. All of a sudden there’s an extra air of excitement, a little more spring in your step. This may sound ridiculous (I am talking about a camera bag after all) BUT I challenge […]

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ThinkTank Turnstyle 10

Over the years of photographing professionally, I’ve slowly lost my habit of taking photos for fun. It’s terrible & something I actively remind myself to work on because it’s so important to staying connected to my work and remaining inspired. I know I’m not alone because I hear other pros lamenting the same sort of […]

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happy

There’s a truth we all have to face when we become photographers; there’s a lot of us. It used to be that image making was reserved for a small few who possessed the patience, technical skill, and funds to purchase film, large view cameras, chemicals, and everything else that goes along with making and developing […]

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Leica M Monochrom

First things first; this is not a technical user review. Anyone can look up facts about the nuts and bolts of this (or any) camera, therefore I’m not going to waste time with that. I’m concerned with the user experience, which happens to be unlike anything I’ve ever experienced. I’ve wanted to review the Leica […]

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Angela and Ryan

One of the biggest “rules” out there in photography is to shoot level, shoot above, but never shoot someone from below. It’s unflattering, distorting, and people will hate the photo you take of them from a low angle. Well, that’s just plain horsepuckey. Photos at a low angle are often some of my favorite images. […]

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US Capitol wedding party

Bridal show. The words often inspire polarized views within wedding photographers. Some loathe them, others love them. I happen to be a big fan. Yes they’re expensive, yes they are looooong days, yes there is a lot of competition, but I still feel that they can be worthwhile if you make smart choices. Before you […]

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lynddoc

Last week a link was making its rounds on social media reminding people of an artist documentary being shown publicly on Direct TV and much to my surprise it was of Jerry Uelsmann & Maggie Taylor. I’m not as familiar with Maggie’s work as I am with Jerry’s, but I was super excited to check […]

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