Tag: landscape

B&W Winter Photography

Ah, the first few days of snow really have me itching to hit the trails to capture the fleeting moments where I am excited that it’s finally winter, but not yet sick of the cold! Ever since moving to Southern California, I haven’t seen… Continue Reading “B&W Winter Photography”

Image Stabilization vs. Tripod Sharpness

If you’ve ever used a lens with Image Stabilization (or Optical Stabilization, or Vibration Reduction, etc…), you’re probably well aware of the magical ability to hand hold your camera and achieve a clear shot at what seems like an unbelievable shutter speed. The first… Continue Reading “Image Stabilization vs. Tripod Sharpness”

Seeking Authenticity

Ah, technology. It’s ever evolving complexity is what allows photography to advance with ever more incredible image sensors, detail capture, lens design, and editing processes. Images that were once extremely difficult to capture and share are now shareable with a simple button on a… Continue Reading “Seeking Authenticity”

What is the Best Lens for Landscape Photography?

What is the best lens for landscape photography?

Seven Things I learned in the Redwoods

Seven Things I Learned in the Redwoods

Why the Canon R is my Landscape Camera

When I just started out in photography, I first purchased a Canon Rebel T5 after I finished college and was planning a trip to

Desert Sunset

Canon 80D, f/2.8, 1/100, ISO 400, 50mm

Angel’s Landing

View from across Zion Canyon. Β Canon T5, ISO 100, 1/125, f/4, 10mm wide angle

Bryce, UT

Canon T5, 1/125, 16mm, f/4.0

Crater Lake, OR

Canon T5, ISO 100, f/4, 1/160