And I thought I hated cooking two weeks ago. My second week in the van has revealed to me that I hate cooking even more now. My refrigerator is stocked to resemble my Italian Grandma’s whenever we went to visit. She stuffed so much food in there that the shelves literally sagged! Now I regress to the times of college when I lived with a … Continue reading Food caves and hookers oh my!
Landscape photography is one of my most favorite subjects. From the beaches and coastlines of Big Sur, California to the lighthouses of the Northeast, landscapes make up our world. Everyone looks at them but few can capture the magnitude. Here are some tips to help you improve your landscape work and get the most out of your time 1. Wake up before the sun comes … Continue reading 10 Tips for Better Landscape Photography
How to safely buy used photo equipment. In today’s economy every nickel counts, and just like everything else cameras and lenses cost way more than anyone wants to pay. I’ve had good and bad experiences with buying used equipment. However, if you do it correctly then you can save a bundle. Used equipment is available from several sources; some examples are eBay, craigslist, store … Continue reading Buying Used Photography Equipment
UV filters as protection on a lens. This subject has been a huge constant battle among photographers for as long as I can remember. The topics range from quality of glass, protection, vingnetting, and more. Right off the top, I DO NOT use a UV filter on the front of any of my lenses. I will do my best to give information in this article … Continue reading UV Filters in Photography, pros and cons
Photographing dangerous animals is something that a lot of us enjoy. It gets us excited as we are interacting with something that has huge teeth, speed, and weighs as much as a Yugo! I hope I’m not the only one old enough to remember what a Yugo is… Really, who is going to get an adrenaline rush by taking pictures of a cow? As with … Continue reading Photographing Dangerous Animals
Death Valley is one of the most unique places on the earth. The colors and landscapes you can see there are amazing and I haven’t found anywhere else where you can photograph all of them in such close proximity. Death valley is huge and without good planning you can easily get stranded without gas in the middle of literally nowhere. I’ve been there several … Continue reading Death Valley Photography Travel
Winter is coming and we need to get ready for winter photography. There are several different challenges that a photographer needs to overcome to produce good images. Cameras, lenses, batteries and all sorts of equipment behaves differently in the cold and we will go over the best ways to adjust to the weather and have good results. Cold plays havoc on our equipment. First of … Continue reading Winter Photography Preperation