A Q&A with Thom Hogan Continue reading Are Mirrorless Cameras Better Than DSLR’s?
A 20 megapixel camera is all you’ll ever need… Continue reading Print Sizes And The 300 DPI Myth
All you are doing is increasing the likelihood that you will ruin your photo. Continue reading Lens Filters – Should You Use Them?
Bison are the largest land mammal in North America.
Continue reading Bison During A Pandemic
To eek out the highest performance from my cameras, I should be using the XQD cards Continue reading To XQD Or Not To XQD
Even if you don’t use it that often, the ultra-wide zoom is worth having in your kit. Continue reading Are Ultra-Wide Angle Zooms All That Useful?
I now have the trifecta of macro lenses that I’ve been missing for many years. Continue reading Macro Photography On A Budget
From my view of the road, the bottom line on this lens is that it’s a keeper. Continue reading Final Verdict – Tamron 100-400mm F/4.5-6.3 Di VC USD
Not bad for a consumer grade lens. Continue reading More Field Testing
I have been assembling a second photography kit, what I’ve previously referred to as my “light” kit… Continue reading A Good Day For Me
I thought I’d share a few photographs I’ve taken over the years of birds in flight. Continue reading Birds In Flight – A Photographic Gallery
The heavy kit is filled and ready to go. Continue reading Too Many Packs, Too Little Gear
yesterday I made a drive to Rocky Mountain Arsenal in search of deer and bison
Continue reading Necessity Or Indulgence
I see photography trips where I’ll be camping in my vehicle and returning to my more youthful roots in the great outdoors of Colorado. Continue reading You’ve Got To Have A Plan
A very enjoyable day to say the least. Continue reading Finishing Up For The Year