I believe education is one of the most important assets we have. Perhaps why I work in higher education. But I think it is important to have a laser focus when it comes to your education. I spent 4 years as an undergraduate that lacked focus and it’s still impacting me today. Certain areas don’tContinue reading “How I Continue Learning Photography”
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Unique Way To Backup Your Photos On The Go
As photographers we are always looking to make sure that our most important (or our clients most important) photos are protected. As I’ve been shooting weddings this summer the photos and video I’m capturing are arguably the most important images I can’t afford to lose. I’ll go into the fine details of my extremely repetitiveContinue reading “Unique Way To Backup Your Photos On The Go”
Layering, Long Exposure, and Night Photography
With the weather finally getting nicer here in the North East I’m taking plenty of opportunities to get out and do some night photography. Living here in Philadelphia traditional landscape opportunities are limited but cityscapes are in full force. I’ve been working with some creative long exposures including star trails and the Milky Way. IContinue reading “Layering, Long Exposure, and Night Photography”
Is The Winter Drought Over?
Winter can be challenging for photographers in the Northeast. Especially if it’s not your full time job. As someone who works a 9-5 it’s very difficult to find inspiration to shoot. Many photographers also struggle with inspiration when they don’t leave their city/town enough. The golden hour is frequently spent at the office and youContinue reading “Is The Winter Drought Over?”
How To Not Let Facebook (Completely) Ruin Your Photos
Why must Facebook hate us all? (especially small business) Anyway if you’re like me you’re beyond frustrated with how much Facebook compresses and degrades the quality of the images we take. This may be a good point to mention that if you’re just posting selfies using those horrible front facing cameras this post will notContinue reading “How To Not Let Facebook (Completely) Ruin Your Photos”
Canon Releases the EOS 6D Mark II
The long awaited Canon 6D Mark 2 is now available for preorder. Here are the updated features that most will want to know: Canon 6D Canon 6D Mark 2 Sensor 20.2 MP Full Frame 26.2 MP Full Frame Processor DIGIC 5+ DIGIC 7 AF Points 11 Points 45 Points (All Cross) IOS Range 100-26500 100-40000Continue reading “Canon Releases the EOS 6D Mark II”
Brackish at Kung Fu Necktie
Had the opportunity to check out Brackish this week at Philadelphia’s Kung Fu Necktie It was a bit challenging as the lighting was very dim so I had to bring some flash into it which I hate to do for live music. Also the Canon 6D was really struggling to focus in such low lightContinue reading “Brackish at Kung Fu Necktie”
Canon 24-70 2.8 MkII
This is the most incredible lens I’ve ever used. I’ve shot with dozens of lenses over the years but I was lucky enough to get my hands on one for a recent engagement shoot I did over the weekend and it blew me away. It is the sharpest zoom lens I’ve ever seen. It evenContinue reading “Canon 24-70 2.8 MkII”
Memorial Day Weekend 2017. San Francisco, California.
After 20+ years of spending Memorial Day Weekend down the shores of New Jersey, Leann and I decided to head out west to the great city of San Francisco, California. She’s been a number of times but not I. Needless to say she knew some really sweet spots to check out. I’m weird when it comes toContinue reading “Memorial Day Weekend 2017. San Francisco, California.”
Jeff Rosenstock at the Fillmore Philadelphia, PA
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Shooting a Row Home in Philadelphia
Real estate photography is a wonderful market to be in. It’s an opportunity to show off how amazing homes can look for perspective owners. Real estate agents love having professional photos of their listings for two main reasons. First it improves the responses they get once their listing is posted and secondly it helps themContinue reading “Shooting a Row Home in Philadelphia”
My Journey into Street Photography #HelpPhillyHomeless
Recently I’ve been getting into Street Photography. Surely, there are a number of ways to define street photography but as I’m learning more and more about my particular style I really prefer the most candid of shots. Now some people are exactly the opposite and will seek out strangers in the moment to model forContinue reading “My Journey into Street Photography #HelpPhillyHomeless”