This week we catch up with a photographer and a Lightroom expert. First Levi Sim sits down with guru and photographer Terry White to talk Lightroom, gear, gadgets, and portfolios. Then Pamela sits down with Zach Sutton to dig into his start in photography and some practical advice.
As a landscape photographer and workshop leader, I’ve seen many gear failures. Tripod legs fall apart, ballheads bind up, and tiny screws come loose all of the time. When you are miles from your car and your gear fails, a quick field repair will save your shoot and preserve your sanity. As a die-hard gear […]
Almost every camera you can buy comes with some sort of light meter built-in so why would you use a hand-held meter? There are plenty of reasons. 1. If you shoot with a studio strobe you really almost have no choice. You need a meter to register the short duration of the flash on your […]
CES is in Vegas so I stopped by for a look to see what was happening in the way of photography. This year, there isn’t an abundance of photo news from CES – but I did pass roughly 2000 booths offering iPad and iPhone cases and accessories. Back to photo – Canon and Nikon had […]
While much justifiable criticism has been levied against the evolution of cellphone cameras, there is a tremendous beneficiary… journalism. We know have a literal global network of camera operators with the ability to capture newsworthy events and transmit usable photos. Many photographers dismiss this technological shift. After all, how can a point-and-shoot (especially a low […]
Every year we select a camera that we think merits special mention. We’ve awarded the Camera of the Year to all types and brands. It’s always controversial. We always get told we’re wrong. Usually by someone who feels badly because they bought a different camera. That’s unfortunate because that implies the camera makes the art. […]