It turns out, novice photographers are not the only ones interested in getting new cameras. If you are a more experienced photographer and you wonder what camera should you buy next, I have a few recommendations.
That’s probably the question I hear every year in January: What Camera Should I Buy?. I’ll do my best to answer it here.
A few weeks ago I went on a vacation trip to Chiapas, a state in Southern Mexico. What did I shoot with? An action camera! Here’s why.
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.
If you’re following me regularly, you know I switched systems, so I got a few new tools. Here’s what I got and why.
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 Read More …
Some time ago I described my current flash system lineup, but I’m interested in more complex lighting setups, so I got two new flashes.
I recently bought a couple of Manfrotto 209 mini tripods, which can be used for more than holding a small camera. I actually explain that in the following video. Enjoy!
There have been so many discussions lately about the benefits of SLRs compared to Mirrorless cameras and viceversa. To be honest, it’s very likely that your gear doesn’t matter, and here’s why.
After months of speculation, Canon officially launched the EOS 5D Mark IV, which is the next to top* camera on their lineup. It’s not yet available for sale, but the specs are out and they look great in many fronts, Read More …