Canon 16-35mm F4 IS Review vs. 17-40 Shootout

OVERVIEW   •   SHOOTOUT 1   •   SHOOTOUT 2   •   LANDSCAPE   •   TRAVEL   •   DESIGN   •   CONCLUSION   •   GALLERY

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The Canon 16-35mm F4 IS is Canon’s newest Ultra-Wide Angle Zoom with F4, Image Stabilization and like the 17-40, has an all-internal focusing design.

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I was just published in EOS Magazine!

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I’m excited to announce that I was just published in one of my favorite magazines – EOS Magazine.

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Sony A7R field notes with Canon EF Lenses

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Just published! Click here to read the Canon 16-35 F4 IS Review with the Canon A7R vs. the 17-40 F4, plus RAW files (32GB)

Click here to download A7R RAW and TIFF files

I usually keep quite a few notes when reviewing something photography related. Usually its a mess and I organize it in a formal video review at the end, but I thought I’d do something different this time.

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Sony A7R Review with Canon EF Lenses First Impressions

Sony A7R Review with Canon EF Lenses

Just published! Click here to read the Canon 16-35 F4 IS Review with the Canon A7R vs. the 17-40 F4, plus RAW files (32GB)

The Sony A7R was released as the lightest and smallest full-frame camera with the resolution range rivaling that of digital medium format cameras. But is it really a game changer, or only a step in the right direction? Let’s take a look.

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Streets of Chinatown in B&W

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San Francisco’s Chinatown is one of the most photogenic locations in San Francisco, and that’s saying quite a bit considering the amazing landscapes and architecture in and around SF.

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How to Pre-Visualize like Ansel Adams

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The concept of previsualization in photography is where the photographer can see the final print before the image has been captured. Ansel Adams dedicates the beginning of his first book to previsualization, and is often quoted as saying “Visualization is the single most important factor in photography”. Understanding then the significance of this approach is of high value for photographers of all kinds, as it has the potential to unlock greater creative vision, and give greater control (and predictability) over the print process.

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Landscape Photography SF

Landscape Photography San Francisco

I recently started a Landscape Photography community in San Francisco and we have quickly grown to 450+ amazing photographers in 12 short weeks!

Click the link below to join, and if you know of any photographers in SF be sure to let them know!

http://www.LandscapePhotographySF.com/
http://www.meetup.com/Landscape-Photography-SF/

International Masters of Photography Volume 2

International Masters of Photography 2014 Graham Clark

I was recently published in the latest volume of International Masters of Photography Volume 2! There are some pretty incredible photographers in this book, so it’s a wonderful experience to be a part of it.

Check out some of the photographers showcased in this book:

Simplicity of Approach

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As you’re probably aware, the Sony a7R was recently released as the smallest and lightest full-frame camera with a resolution range rivaling that of medium format cameras such as the Hasselblad H2D and H3D.
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Canon 6D Review

Canon 6D with Zeiss Lens

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3 Essential Marketing Tactics for Photographers

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For nearly seven years I published work in books and magazines, and quite unsuccessfully. Then, somewhat recently I had the opportunity to study marketing with one of the top three best marketers in the world. Read More

Hiking The Narrows

Hiking The Narrows Photography

As I write this post I’ve been on the road for a couple months traveling to 20+ national parks, shooting the fall colors. I’m not sure if you’ve heard of The Narrows, but it’s a beautiful narrow canyon hike in Zion National Park. If you get the chance, you have to check it out (if you’re up to the challenge). Read More