“The only constant in this world is change”. This website is not immune to this saying, so keep reading to learn more about it and how it affects you.
With 2017 coming to an end, I’d like to take a few minutes to look back and also talk about 2018 plans.
A few days ago, Profoto launched a new product which they call “the world’s smallest studio flash” in the form of a speedlight. Here’s what I like about it and what I don’t.
Another summer, another iPhone. However, things are a bit different this year, here’s how.
I shot Canon for more than 15 years but I recently switched systems. Find out why and how I’m doing so far.
Getting fired and robbed on the same day was no fun. However, I have an update for you. Things have improved quite a bit, in large part thanks to all the support that I received. First, I made an inventory of the things I still had and made a plan of how to use them, Read More …
On March 30th, I had a major setback. Here’s the whole story.
If you’re like me, you possibly enjoy making images as often as possible and you also like to travel. I love traveling and documenting my trips and, back in 2000, I traveled frequently because of my job and made the decision to practice photography again.
The first time I heard those words was while watching a Star Trek movie, back in the 80s. It was a coding method used by the characters in the movie because somebody could be listening to their conversation. I’m using it, however, very literally.
Among photographers, the phrase “the camera doesn’t make the photographer” is very common, and I agree 100% with it. The gear helps but talent, knowledge and attitude are more important.