The Camera Gear I Use 99% Of The Time

On more than one occasion I’ve had people stop me and ask what kind of camera equipment I use or recommend and to be honest only some of the gear I use is really worth listing here.

Since I’m not a full time photographer I keep my budget strings somewhat tight until the expenses began […]

Trick Photography and Special Effects eBook Review

It’s very rare that I read much of any book to be honest as I am more of a hands on type of learner.┬áReading text off of a page only allows me to retain so much information before my mind wanders and I’m re-reading the same sentence 3 times over.

But there is one eBook […]

Why Getting The Right Exposure Matters

When it comes to photography in any genre exposure plays an important role which can take an image from good to great. But what happens when you shoot an image that is underexposed or overexposed?

Underexposed images are when not enough light is allowed or available to pass through to the sensor which in turn […]

I “Want” To Be A Photographer

I want to be rich.

I want to be famous.

I want to be the greatest.

We all want something in life but just how many of us are willing to make the sacrifices it takes to go from wanting something to really wanting it?

Let me explain what I mean.

I love being behind the camera and every […]

How To Start A Photography Blog In 5 Easy Steps

Blogging and Photography are probably two of my favorite things that I enjoy sharing what I know the most when I get asked questions like like “How do you…” or “How can I do…”

I tend to light up when I start talking about either subject and on more than one occasion I’ve had the […]

Should I Give My Client The Raw Files?

Adam – Do you give your clients the raw files if they request them?

It’s funny how often I get asked this question by fellow photographer friends and the answer is always no unless it is specifically requested and written down in a contract that they’ll receive all the raw files.

If you aren’t familiar with […]