Have you ever finished a shoot only to find your ISO was set too high or panic because you weren’t sure which camera setting was messing up your shot? Taking a few minutes zeroing out your camera after a shoot will prevent lost images and reduce frustration.
This week’s podcast is a whopper… packed with information and inspiration. We have the world’s most popular photo instructor, Scott Kelby to share tips and news. Then Rich Harrington and Chase Reynolds explore new gear from Nikon and Sony. Lastly Levi Sim sits down with portrait photographer and Photofocus writer Kevin Ames. Get the show […]
This week’s podcast takes a look at two very different topics in the photo industry. Our first guest Mike Corrado discusses his concert photography and passion projects. Then we catch up with Photofocus contributor and industry expert Gerard Murphy about photo sharing services like SnapChat and the new Lightroom Mobile. Get the show here or get […]
He’s a photographer, an educator and one of the most kind and passionate individuals I’ve had the privilege of working with. Not only does he represent a rather popular camera company, he also has an incredible eye for portraits and photography of all kind. Meet the Manager of Nikon Professional Services and New York based […]
It’s that time of year again where thousands of wedding and portrait photographers gather together in my home town of Las Vegas for some pretty crazy parties. Oops, I meant, for some pretty great photography education. Besides the amazing vendors and great insight gained from the various speakers, my absolute favorite part of any photography […]
I recently took a Nikon D5300 camera on a road trip through Las Vegas and Utah. This is a recent release for Nikon and it’s a camera that has a few new features that really stand out. The camera also performed much better than the previous model, the 5200, which I tested last year. Things I […]
I recently got my hands on a Nikon D610 for some testing. As a D600 owner, I really wanted to see how the camera compared. I didn’t have the camera for a very long time (about 5 days) but I did put it through its paces and really try it out under tough shooting conditions. […]