Travel / March 17, 2018
Gear / February 28, 2018
Growing up in the film age I learned photography basics on a Canon AE-1 my father had used many years before. A child of the 80’s I quickly jumped aboard the path to auto winding film, auto exposure and auto focus as quickly as I could. This all seemed like the path to the future until I picked up my first medium format camera a Mamiya RB67. It was love at first sight, the perspective it offered, the quality it offered even the way it made you work and the pace you had to dedicate yourself to.
Software / February 15, 2018
I’ve been an Adobe software customer for as long as I can remember, starting with about Photoshop 2 and Lightroom version 3, it’s been a great ride, I’ve learned alot and have found some great ways to edit photographs, composite photographs, learned how to use a DAM and the right way to print, something changed earlier this year though. As they’ve moved slowly to the cloud honestly it seemed like mostly the right path… for professional however photographers where the stakes are high, the storage sizes are higher and connection to internet is not always possible the cloud isn’t always the right choice.
Gear / March 12, 2018
Ok so we left off with the proverbial tripod of needs from a camera (Sensor Quality, Lens Support, Usability) but we only covered the top line of each of these. Here we’ll dig into to these qualities and figure out where the Z holds water and where it’s already ready to give up the ghost.