Tag: photographer

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”

Colorado Fall Photography 2020

I just got back from my first fall photography trip. What’s next?

Panorama Week 2020!

My top 7 panoramic images of 2020!

My Ultra-Light hiking Photography setup

My ultralight hiking photography setup

First Signs of Fall – Sept. 2020

This morning was the first day where it started to feel a bit like fall outside. As someone who has lived most of life on the East Coast, living in SoCal has been challenging with the lack of autumn color. The weather is great,… Continue Reading “First Signs of Fall – Sept. 2020”

Turning an “ok” view into a cool Panorama

Turning an “OK” view into a cool panorama!

Should we Stop location sharing?

Do we have an obligation to limit location sharing?

Scam Instagram Accounts (and how to avoid them)

If you’ve been on social media for some time, you may have seen the repost accounts with mega followings. Some have an audience in the hundreds of thousands or even millions, and every photo posted gets a ton of comments and engagement. But have… Continue Reading “Scam Instagram Accounts (and how to avoid them)”

Seven Things I learned in the Redwoods

Seven Things I Learned in the Redwoods

Is 45+ Megapixels really necessary?

With the announcement of the recently revealed Canon R5, it’s hard not to compare it to my existing camera body, the Canon R. I’d known for some time now based on rumors floating around that the R5 would be in the mid-40 megapixel range… Continue Reading “Is 45+ Megapixels really necessary?”