Guest Post by Trey Ratcliff - Republished here with permission You can find the original on Trey's site here. Switching From A Mac To Windows Pc I converted to Apple over 5 years ago when it was clear to me Apple made the best products for creative professionals. I loved Apple and became a hardcore fanboy. I was all-in. Now, I’m switching back to PCs. The new line of MacBook Pros are not-that-awesome. Apple has always been a company that makes beautiful, well-designed products (and still does), but they’ve started to put an emphasis on … [Read more...] about Apple Is Dead To Me… I’m Switching To Windows!
https://soundcloud.com/photofocus/infocus-show-8212016 With your new host Rod Harlan. In this episode Scott Bourne interviews Trey Radcliff about a new line of camera bags, some new AuroraHDR News, and a bit about the History of Art. Then Levi Sim interviews Matt Kloskowski about HDR and bracketing, combined with using the power of modern cameras to help you be more creative. Finally, we have Kevin Ames interviewing Drobo CTO Rod Harrison about the new line of Drobo models, the history of the company, and the difference between … [Read more...] about The InFocus Interview Show | Photofocus Podcast August 21st, 2016
You may have heard the story of a San Francisco-based company that focuses on making amazing accessories for us photographers. In case you haven't, I'm talking about Peak Design. Now, I'm going to come right out and say itI absolutely love everything that Peak Design makes. The attention to detail that they pour into their products, as well as their amazing customer support, makes recommending them an easy decision. Recently, Peak Design teamed up with photographer, Trey Ratcliff, to design a messenger bag that offers features, functionality, … [Read more...] about A Deeper Look: The Peak Design Everyday Messenger Bag
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OphGLf0N7q4 Do you LOVE your photo bag? Chances are you are always looking for a bag that has just one little thing that youd like to change or add or delete. Most photographers have more than one bag. Most photographers will never be happy with the bag(s) they have, but that could be changing. Read on... Knowing everything I said above is true - Trey Ratcliff - being Trey Ratcliff, (which translates to Trey being a brilliant and talented individual) he went and launched his own photo bag in concert with Peak … [Read more...] about Trey Ratcliff’s Everyday Messenger Bag
Trey Ratcliff has made a tremendous impact with HDR photography. In this talk he addresses how technology has changed the way we create awareness, connect ideas, and portray the world. Have a listen as this is a great talk that will expand how you think about photography and the role of the photographer in society. Be sure to check out Trey's excellent site Stuck in Customs. ______ … [Read more...] about Trey Ratcliff Explains His History with HDR
This is always controversial, and will be even more so this year, because my pick for Photofocus 2011 Photographer of the Year is none other than Trey Ratcliff. Is Trey controversial? Not in MY opinion. But as the current guru of HDR - and high dynamic range photography being controversial, I'm sure I'll hear lots of noise. But - I don't care. Trey deserves this pick and here's why. Trey Ratcliff is in every sense of the word, an artist. His art is something he believes in deeply. He works very hard at HDR photography and travels the world … [Read more...] about 2011 Photographer of the Year
I consider Trey Ratcliff a friend and an outstanding photographer. We taught an HDR workshop together in Tampa earlier this year - well Trey taught and I listened. I mostly taught photography with a few of my own HDR twists, but Trey is the undisputed master of HDR photography. I actually believe he may go down in history with an Ansel Adams-like reputation in this space. All that said, you don't have to be Trey Ratcliff to make a decent HDR. The tools are out there. And since the days when Trey sort of discovered HDR and tonemapped imagery … [Read more...] about I’m No Trey Ratcliff But Here’s My Basic HDR Primer