Taking photos of people while traveling can be uncomfortable for some, myself included. Here’s how I’m going to improve my travel photography doing this.
Choosing a good tripod for backpacking and travel can be daunting – there are so many factors that go into it. Let’s break them down here.
It’s been one year now since I switched from Canon DSLRs to Sony Alpha mirrorless camera systems. Here’s what I think – the good and bad.
Pulling your hair out looking at all the Sony Alpha mirrorless models? This Sony Alpha comparison should provide some insight about which camera to choose.
I think my expectations were a little too high with this combination – but you get what you pay for and I’ve learned my lesson. Read why here.
The portable solar charger and battery that I wanted to love just wasn’t cutting it anymore, so I was forced to find a new solution and the Nomad 7 is it.
You don’t need a GPS-enabled camera to know where your photos were made. You can geotag later in Lightroom, and this will explain how, from a hiker’s view.
2015 was unbelievably my first real attempt at photographing a meteor shower. These are some things I did wrong and some things I got right.
Choosing the Think Tank Photo Hubba Hubba Hiney camera bag and wearing it as a hip pack during a 200-mile backpacking trip through the Sierra backcountry.
Tips and lessons learned from my thru-hike of California’s John Muir Trail, June 15th to July 4th, 2015. Permits, resupply, gear, navigation, and photos.
I recently switched from being a long-time shooter with Canon DSLR cameras, to Sony mirrorless cameras for weight & space savings. Here are my initial thoughts.
Some tips for getting more life out of your camera battery while on the trail or on vacation. Turn off features, use solar, and keep them warm!
Am I giving up on Canon? Will Sony mirrorless cameras be the next best thing for my photography? Here’s why I just bought a Sony Alpha a6000.
I took this portable solar phone charger with me on my last sailing adventure, and it exceeded my expectations! And for an amazing price as well!
Five things I’m going to start doing to increase my visibility on social media, thus driving traffic to my website and ultimately resulting in sales.
Ready to move a little further past your camera’s “Auto” setting and explore some more functions? Setting exposure compensation is a great place to start.
When and how to keep your camera dry, with rain covers, waterproof camera cases, waterproof camera bags, and a few other important things to remember.
Use any of these three methods in your photography workflow, from capture to post-processing, to ensure that your colors are accurate for better images.
Backpacking and photography – two things that don’t mix for the weight-conscious packers. Here are a few of my own lessons learned to lighten the load.
Honl Photo makes a line of portable Speedlite modifiers, and they truly are an all-in-one solution for photographers who are limited on what they can carry.
I’m a big fan of Think Tank Photo bags. Why? On the outside they don’t look like a camera bag, and this bag has been to hell and back and seems like new.
What’s your thought process when choosing a memory card? Get the cheapest one? The one with the most storage for the best price? The first one you see?
Canon took a huge leap in digital SLR world last week when they announced the world’s highest resolution 35mm format cameras – the 5DS and 5DS R.
A quick tutorial on all of the different letters on Canon lenses – what they mean and how to choose a lens based on its designation.
A Canon 5D Mark III and 6D comparison, and my thoughts in choosing one over the other.
Rookie underwater photographer mistake – don’t preflight your underwater case before a dive. Resulted in the probable loss of a camera body.