For a very long time I have operated by a simple motto: “A checked bag is a lost bag.” While that is clearly hyperbole, it’s still a good guideline for anyone who flies. Because when I say “lost bag” I mean your cameras may get “lost.” Even if your bag isn’t misplaced, there’s a real […]
Join Melissa Niu of Photofocus and Chase Reynolds of LensRentals.com as they talk with celebrity photographer Brian Smith about choosing the full-frame Sony a7R in his workflow over the Fuji cameras.
We’ve all been there. Out in the middle of who knows where, setting up for a shot that absolutely requires the camera to be perfectly still. You reach into your camera bag to grab your remote cable release only to realize that it is sitting all comfy on your desk at home. Or worse, you […]
Not long ago, someone from Pixelest reached out to see if I would try out and review one of their products, a hand-painted oil painting created from one of my photos. I don’t do a lot of reviews, but when I went to their website I have to say I was intrigued! What a unique way […]
Join Melissa Niu of Photofocus and Chase Reynolds of LensRentals.com as they talk with concert photographer Alan Hess about shooting concerts with a Nikon D4 and a 70-200mm f2.8 lens.
While it took a while to track him down, we’ve got our winner for the last camera contest! Congratulations to Michael Aragon. Michael won a brand new Canon 7D Mark II and a Drobo of his choice. He went with the Drobo Mini. “It’s a blessing to win,” said Aragon. “It gives me an open door for […]
The last time I visited Lower Antelope Canyon, near Page, AZ, was in February 2014. I had arrived with about an hour before the local Navajo operators were closing for the evening, so my time exploring the area was brief. As I was ushered out of the canyon by the diligent canyon keepers, I knew […]