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Adding a drone to my bag..

I can’t believe it. After years of scowling every time a hornet swarm sounding thing would buzz overhead while I tried to enjoy some solitude in the outdoors, I took the plunge. I am now one of them. WHAT happened? How could I have… Continue Reading “Adding a drone to my bag..”

3 Steps to Becoming an Early Riser for Sunrise Photography

Man, this is something I struggle with. Deeply. Do you know what I mean? That sound of the alarm ringing at 5:30 a.m., or maybe 4:00 a.m. in the summer months? The sound of the pinging phone is literally painful. It bounces around in… Continue Reading “3 Steps to Becoming an Early Riser for Sunrise Photography”

The only benefit to the RF 70-200 f/4L is the Size

After the announcement of the RF version of one of my favorite lenses, I couldn’t help but be incredibly excited about the prospect of further improvements on an already excellent zoom. It seemed like it took an eternity, but with the recent shipment of… Continue Reading “The only benefit to the RF 70-200 f/4L is the Size”

What is the best Canon camera for landscape photography in 2021?

Still the King – the 5DSR. If you’re looking for the ultimate landscape camera, here’s why you should choose this body even in 2021. Unmatched resolution and detail sharpness I know claiming the 5DSR is still the best may be a bit of a… Continue Reading “What is the best Canon camera for landscape photography in 2021?”

Is it worth heading outside in the rain?

Is it worth heading outside in the rain?

How to Select the perfect tripod

One of the more challenging things I’ve had to consider in the past year has been deciding how to choose the perfect tripod. There’s so many options out there that it truly can be overwhelming. In my case as an avid hiker and landscape… Continue Reading “How to Select the perfect tripod”

Achieving Stability: Three steps for Consistently Getting Ultra Sharp Images

When I first unboxed the Canon 5DSR I picked up off of eBay, I couldn’t wait to try it out and see what a difference the 50.6 megapixel, unfiltered resolution offered over my beloved Canon EOS R‘s 30.3 megapixels. I’d done tons of reading… Continue Reading “Achieving Stability: Three steps for Consistently Getting Ultra Sharp Images”

Evaluating and Embracing 2020

We’ve all been living through one heck of a year. What in the world do we do today as photographers in this new, upside down world we find ourselves living in? I took a glance back at my resolutions for 2020 this morning (mistake),… Continue Reading “Evaluating and Embracing 2020”

Looking Beyond Iconic views in Zion

Everyone loves to see a breathtaking grand vista. At least I assume so! So when people travel to stunningly beautiful locations around the world, it naturally leads us to gravitate to photograph and share the exceptional view right in front of our eyes. So… Continue Reading “Looking Beyond Iconic views in Zion”

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”