Night 1 at Marataba Conservation Camp - SO MUCH TO LEARN! I read, I planned, I watched and I read some more... Then I had to learn and find what worked for what I had and what I could bring with me. Workflow while on a Safari in a remote area is different. Early mornings … Continue reading South Africa – Safari Workflow
Taken with my RX100M3 Point & Shoot Camera - Built in ND Filter on a small Gorilla tripod This images wasn't captured on a full frame DSLR or Mirrorless camera. It wasn't shot with a Carbon Fiber Tripod with a handmade stainless steel ball head or a integrated remote trigger. I get this question quite … Continue reading You don’t need to spend a fortune…
... or "Did you use a filter on that?" We see this all too often and it really shows that so many haven't really understood photography for too long. The no-filter, no PhotoShop crew that believes that there is something inherently better in an image that (they believe) has not been manipulated in any way. … Continue reading “That was photoshopped…”
So many times you hear "that's been Photoshop'd" or simply "its not real"... Well, that's all true with 99.9% of images that you see or buy out there today. The fact is, any camera that is shooting a JPEG image is taking the raw data and applying color corrections to make the scene look like … Continue reading What we see vs. what the camera see’s…
As I share with my collectors, other enthusiasts and even more-so, people who are looking to get into photography, one of the questions that is nearly inevitable is "What kind of camera do you use?" Oddly, with photography you would think that would be a simple response and one that is given quite often is … Continue reading So, what’s in my bag?
So, you are thinking of "going live" with a photography business? Come back soon for details of how I filtered through 55,000 images and thousands of strips of film and slides to review. I ended up with just over 2,000 in my "active" portfolio and the remainder went to archives.
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