Tamron’s New 28–75mm F/2.8 Di III RXD (Model A036): The Perfect Match for Mirrorless
Jun07

Tamron’s New 28–75mm F/2.8 Di III RXD (Model A036): The Perfect Match for Mirrorless

Sponsored Article The new Tamron standard zoom for Sony mirrorless full-frame cameras is light and small, checking in at 19.4 ounces and 4.6 inches, making it smaller than a soda can. Despite its bantamweight, this zoom delivers outstanding image quality, maximizing the capabilities of high-resolution, full-frame mirrorless cameras. The fast, constant f/2.8 aperture delivers stunning bokeh and allows portrait photographers to isolate...

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I’m Back From Venice, and I’ve Got Lots of Photos To Share
Apr13

I’m Back From Venice, and I’ve Got Lots of Photos To Share

Buongiorno, everybody! I’m back from an amazing (and quite yummy) week in Venice, where I was leading a travel photography workshop, along with long exposure photography expert Mimo Meidany. This is why I was…well…so lame here on the blog last week. I put some of my favorite images from the workshop together, along with the story and behind-the-scenes shots, in a Spark Page. Here’s the link if you’ve got a...

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Guest Blog: Commercial Automotive Photographer Tim Wallace
Apr05

Guest Blog: Commercial Automotive Photographer Tim Wallace

I’m probably going to be a little controversial here… A lot by people ask me about camera equipment and settings, Photoshop editing, and all manner of “technical stuff.” I also get asked a lot about my top advice for taking better pictures, and the answer isn’t a plug-in or a shiny new camera. I find it funny that when somebody outside our trade asks about a great picture they’ve seen, that as photographers, we often answer that...

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If You Missed Ian Munro’s Brilliant Interview Last Week, We’re Airing It Again Tonight!
Mar23

If You Missed Ian Munro’s Brilliant Interview Last Week, We’re Airing It Again Tonight!

Our interview last week (hosted by Larry Becker) with British fine art photographer Ian Munro (The Gallery at KelbyOne competition winner) was just incredible! He was so brilliant that we’re airing it again in its entirety TODAY. Great insights and amazing images, and from an extremely talented, engaging, and funny photographer – streaming on my FB page today at 4pm ET (here’s the link) – don’t miss it: people will...

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Lots To Talk About Today! All Good Stuff :-)
May31

Lots To Talk About Today! All Good Stuff :-)

Hi everybody – so much going on today — here goes: Shotkit.com has the most in-depth review of “Palettes” probably ever! These are hardware based sliders and knobs you can use to speed your production in Lightroom (or any of the Adobe Creative Cloud products for that matter, but it’s particularly well suited for controlling Lightroom). Here’s the link – definitely worth checking out. All 30 back...

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Three Tips for Shooting Tethered Into Lightroom
May24

Three Tips for Shooting Tethered Into Lightroom

The one and only Terry White has an awesome video with three tips for shooting tethered into Lightroom, and I wanted to share it because I watched the video and immediately picked up a tip about tethered I simply did not know (and now some  things that didn’t make a lick of sense, suddenly do). He says it’s three tips, but you’ll learn a LOT more about tethering than just three tips – it’s really way...

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