I uploaded this elsewhere a few weeks ago but some technical issues prevented me from putting it here. Finally though I’ve resolved those issues and I can post this gallery. This isn’t new work but a collection of things from over the years that I either like or find interesting for some reason or another. Check out the full size images and check out the description for each image, I wrote out the explanation or story about why the photo is interesting to me and why I included it. [...]
Continue reading New gallery uploaded: various favorites or photos with stories
This is something I’ve been meaning to post about for a while and I’ve written down thoughts at various times in the past but never put it all together in to a single article. Finally, here it is! One of the things I’ve seen time and time again is the constant comparing of various lenses, camera bodies and other bits of photographic equipment. [...]
Continue reading What are you buying? Why choosing the right equipment isn’t always a matter of performance specs.
Back in March I joined Caity and Geoff on a shoot they were doing with Kana and Adam, an engaged couple I knew next to nothing about. [...]
Continue reading What are these doing here? I shot portraits, I never shoot portraits.
One of the things I’ve learned about photography over the years is that many people miss the point of the various rules, such as the rule of thirds. It’s certainly true that the many bits of photographic wisdom like the rule of thirds are useful, but there are no hard stops. Recently I saw this being discussed and put in my $0.02 and after submitting my reply I realized that I had finally worded my philosophy on these matters in the best way I’ve yet to try. [...]
Continue reading A photographic philosophy