4 Essential Photography Accessories Under $15


Let’s face it, there’s quite a bit of equipment that’s usually necessary for covering all shooting situations. But carrying lots of equipment can also increase the interval between your emotional response to a scene and capturing it, so being selective in what you choose can be very advantageous to increasing your response time.

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Just Published: 7 Mistakes Photographers Make

I have just published a book I’ve been working on for quite a while now. It’s called 7 Mistakes Photographers Make and it’s a book designed to help you achieve a breakthrough in your photography.

In short, the book covers solutions to some of photography’s most challenging curveballs

  • Unsharp Images
  • Weak Color Saturation
  • Grab-Shot Compositions
  • Poor Exposure
  • Underutilizing Depth of Field
  • Chaotic Post-Processing Workflows
  • Hours of Interactive Content
  • Send me a transformation story and you get a refund
  • You don’t like the book and you get a refund
  • Transformation in 30 days or less after having read the book & applied it, guaranteed
  • 365-day Guarantee

Click here to buy 7 Mistakes Photographers Make and the Interactive Content at the Launch Sale price of $14.95 until June 27th.

You can still buy the book and the interactive content after the launch sale ends if you don’t take advantage of this opportunity for $29.97.


I was just published in EOS Magazine!


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

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Canon 16-35mm F4 IS – Game Changer or Minor Update?

Canon added a new lens to it’s already strong lineup of wide-angle zooms – the Canon 16-35mm F4 IS L lens. Is this a significant improvement, or just a minor update? Let’s take a look at the numbers to get a better idea.

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Imogen Cunningham


Imogen Cunningham was a photographer born 131 years ago April 14th in 1883 in Portland, studied at the University of Washington and then she moved to San Francisco. She quickly became one of the true masters of photography.

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How-to Capture Critically Sharp Photographs

how to capture critically sharp photographs

There’s very few successful images these days that are unsharp, and if you’re not getting critically harp images consistently you need you watch this video.

Have any strategies or methods for getting critically sharp images not covered in this video? Add a comment below the video! I’d love to hear! : )



Capturing Compelling Compositions

Composition is at the core of photography. It’s also one of the most difficult aspects of photography, and one that most photographers struggle with. It’s what sets your images apart from the rest.

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Essential Exposure Elements


Exposure is everything when it comes to getting excellent color, contrast, dynamic range and a whole lot more.

Very few successful photographs have poor exposure. Getting correct exposure is essential, yet it’s also one of the more difficult aspects of photography.

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Sony A7R field notes with Canon EF Lenses


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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Nikon D4S Announced

Nikon D4S Details Specs Background

Today Nikon announced the release of the Nikon D4S, which is the flagship FX-format camera that studio, wedding and event shooters use with great success.

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Sony A7R Review with Canon EF Lenses First Impressions

Sony A7R Review with Canon EF Lenses

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


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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