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Sunrise On Misery Ridge

According to the TPE we should have a killer sunrise tomorrow utters the words of Andy, a good photographer friend of mine. I had just got done checking that out. Sounds promising, and worth of an early rise. Headlamp is... Continue Reading →

A Morning On The River

Sometimes it’s a feeling. Sometimes it’s a guess, and sometimes my phone says so. That was definitely the case this early Sunday morning. According to the TPE this mornings sunrise was suppose to be on fire. Having decided this trip... Continue Reading →

What the HEIC?

Demystifying HEIC and HEIF files If you are the proud owner of a last generation camera from Canon or Sony, you may have come across a curious new file type. The old standards are still there, including RAW and JPEG,... Continue Reading →

Lighting for Narrative Cinema

While it can be very similar to videography and even dramatic photography, narrative cinematic work can also be extremely different. First and foremost you are always servicing the story. Each decision made by the DoP (Director of Photography / Cinematographer)... Continue Reading →

Choosing Your Travel Lens Kit

When packing your camera bag to go on a trip it can be a challenge to decide what lens is the best to bring to capture those special moments with family and friends without feeling like your gear is holding... Continue Reading →

Photography Tip: Dutch Angle

The "Dutch Angle" or "Dutch Twist" is a technique film makers have used for decades. It's originally thought that early film makers in Germany were inspired to use this technique from expressionist painters of the 20th century. Film makers, like... Continue Reading →

Living Analog: Slow it down

I’m here to tell those of you who never had a record collection that something was lost when vinyl went away. Now, it’s probably not what you think. I am not one of those who believe music sounds better from... Continue Reading →

Tips for shooting with the NiSi Natural Night

Shoot when the sky is completely dark! The Natural Night Filter is designed to be used when the sky is completely dark, so shooting after twilight when there is no extra light being cast on the scene by the Sun... Continue Reading →

10 Reasons to Upgrade to the A7IV: And a few reasons not to.

Reasons to upgrade! One: Improved auto focus with new modes including bird eye detection. Two: Increased resolution from 24MP to 33MP with no loss of high ISO capability. Three: Improved ergonomics. Same body shape and size of the A7SIII, A7RIV,... Continue Reading →

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