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 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 closest these two planets have appeared from earth in 600 years. Continue reading How I Got This Photograph
Why would I shoot 12 bit image mode? Continue reading 12 bit vs 14 bit Raw Files
If you consider yourself to be an artist, there are no rules to creating art. Continue reading Sky Cheating Hell
Since I don’t want to reuse a sky shot if I can avoid it, it’s more or less the same thing as photographing other scenes. Continue reading The Sky Is The Limit
I’ve visited this location many times over the years and I’ve never really got the perfect shot there (by my standards.) Continue reading Remastering Stock Photos
…it’s never really worked that way in practice. Continue reading Cold Dead Hands
Adobe has stepped up and created a very useful tool for those of us who aren’t afraid to cheat, err, sell more photos.
Continue reading Sky Editing With Photoshop AI Update
There are two types of photographer in this world. Those who can take photographs and those who can’t. Continue reading The Single Point of Failure
As we spoke, he said to me. “This is my favorite place on earth.’ Continue reading It’s Enough To Make A Grown Man Cry
When you are on patrol and spot animals, don’t slam on your brakes and jump out of the car. Continue reading Wildlife Photography Pointers For Working From Your Vehicle