In this episode “Signs You Have Too Much Gear”
Too much gear can adversely affect your photography is so many ways. Do you have too much gear? Here are some signs, effects and solutions to improve your photography.
I’m incredibly excited to invite you to a great night hosted by Northland Photography Club of Kansas, Sept 13th! Sponsored by Nikon, we’re going to explore a night of aviation photography. In the heartland of aviation history, I’ll cover everything from f/stop and shutter speed and lens to aircraft, light, and storytelling. Click on the banner below for more info. I’ve been told the response already is so great a bigger room has been rented to accommodate all you folks. I look forward to meeting all of you so come and join in on the...Read More
In this episode “So You Wanna Be Rich and Famous”
It seems this has been on folk’s minds of late, a worthy goal for your photography. As you might think, I have a thought or two on this goal.
It’s been a lot of fun taking the Z6 on my adventures this year. It is my all-time favorite knock-around camera of all time! Small, light and basically silent, being able just to shoot away in nearly every possible situation and come back with the photos so easily, just is fun. So I had the opportunity to take the Z6 deep, and I mean deep so I dove right in! Sinking into the inky depths, the blue filtered light really sets the scene to this secret world. Shooting the Z6 / 105f1.4 with its nearly silent shutter, I was set back from the rest just watching the pattern of the Jellies as they floated by. ISO at 1600, shooting at f1.4 in AAA, even in these very low light situation, it was easy to see and the camera to focus. We’ve been into the Jellies at the Monterey Bay Aquarium but I’ve never had so much fun with so little effort to take photos of them before. I was...Read More