HDR Photography

April 07, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
We’ve all been there…you take a photo of an amazing sunset or other cool scene, but once you look at it afterwards on your computer you’re completely underwhelmed at the result. This typically happens because of user error, which stems from either overexposing or underexposing the image. Sometimes you can fix the issue in post-processing with softw...
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Photography & Philanthropy: The Importance of Photographing for Charities.

March 31, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Photography is one of the few art forms that genuinely has the power to inspire, educate, and persuade. Plus, it provides an outlet for people to generate an emotional connection with an idea or cause. Images create an almost instant impact for the viewer, whether it be positive or negative about the subject matter. Throughout my career, I have bee...
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Shooting Landscape Panoramas

March 24, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
There are times in photography where even the widest-angle lens in your kit just won’t cut it to get a wide landscape or amazing sunset. Not only does an ultra-wide angle lens introduce a large amount of distortion, but it also makes it difficult to get a great amount of detail during post processing. On top of that, if you wanted to get a panorami...
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Before & After: The Process of Making a Good Image Great

March 09, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Last week I told you about what I carry in my camera bag. That only gives you a small look into what it takes to be a photographer, and that’s just from an equipment standpoint. Shooting an image is only a small portion of the result. This week, I will show you some of my personal post-processing techniques with portraits. Before we begin, I would...
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What's In My Camera Bag?

March 01, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
This is one of the most common questions I get as a professional photographer. Before I go into that, I can tell you that one of the biggest things I have learned over my 20 years of doing photography is that the camera doesn’t really matter. I have shot great images with throw away film cameras, $20 Holgas, and do-it-yourself pinhole cameras. It h...
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