Tag Archives: Advice

When No One Else Would

One of the questions I am frequently asked (right after, “what camera do you use?”) is: “how did you get that photo?” There are a lot of ways to answer this question, but the most fundamental answer is simple: go when no one else would, and you’ll see what no one else will. When it...

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    The Art Of Winter Imagery

    In a previous post, I discussed some of the equipment you need in order to pursue photography during the winter. That’s important, but freezing temperatures aren’t the only thing you’ll battle as a photographer during this season. Winter also brings unique challenges to creating artistic images that inspire the viewer. In this post, I’d like...

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      Getting More From Your Wide Angle Lens

      I remember when I got my first wide angle lens. It was a Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8, which I used on my Nikon D7000. This is one of the best third party lenses out there, and it’s largely thanks to the price point and quality of this lens that I was able to grow so much...

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        Jumping The Gun On The Sun

        As a photographer there are few experiences more enjoyable than photographing a spectacular sunset. But there are two things I’ve observed in this regard that I’d like to share today, in hopes of helping you get get better sunset photos yourself. Firstly, people tend to leave shortly after the sun goes over the horizon. This...

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          Tips For Photography Planning

          Taking a beautiful photograph involves a lot more than just showing up somewhere and pushing a button! From equipment to composition, each decision has a big impact on what kind of image you end up with, but perhaps the biggest decisions take place well before you take the photo. In fact, I would say how...

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