When I sold my Canon 5D Mark III and 7D Mark II cameras and bought into Sony’s A7 camera system one of the deciding factors was the Sony cameras’ ability to use Canon lenses via third-party adapters. As someone who has a long-standing love affair with Canon’s L-series glass, I was loathe to give them […]
Can I vent for a second about how frustrating it can be to retouch dark circles under the eyes? While I don’t claim to be a master retoucher, I do think I can hold my own, except when it comes to those under eye circles. Matching tonality and texture has always been a difficult task […]
PPE is now owned by Emerald Expositions and after several ownership changes the show seems to have found a stable home. The show was extremely well organized, especially given its size. There were hundreds of exhibitors and an estimated 23,000 photographers attended. There were pre-con photo walks led by some very well-known photographers, plenty of well-attended […]
Wacom announced their new range of entry level Intuos Pen & Touch tablets consisting of four models, find out which one is best for you.
I’ve been a fan of the Lensbaby line of lenses for quite some time. If you’re unfamiliar with the brand, they have a wide collection of manual-focus lenses that introduce blur, distortion, and other elements into your photo. I would say that their main customer is a portrait photographer, but that should not stop any […]
NOTE: Recently at Adobe MAX, all attendees (including me) were given a Fuji X T10 mirrorless camera with an 18-55mm lens. At retail this set up goes for about $1,100 when not on sale. Right now I’m in the market for a new camera. I’m borrowing a Lumix GX7 from a friend and I’ve played with […]
You can look at my work and compare it with the books I’ve read and you’ll probably be able to tell which book I read because it strongly influences my work. Well, even though I just finished Peter Hurley’s book, The Headshot, he has been influencing my work ever since he was featured on Scott Kelby’s […]