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Sony Alpha 7R IV: What’s up?

*Updated: 7-23-19 I've personally owned every iteration of the Alpha 7R series so I shouldn't have been surprised that roughly 2 years after the R3 we're going to get an R4... but I was. I've spent hours pouring over all... Continue Reading →

Shooting at Mt. Rainier in Washington State – testing out a new camera system?!

I had planned a camping trip up to Mt. Rainier Washington with some friends from out of state, who were all coming together to meet there at the national park. I was so excited to be going because I had... Continue Reading →

What Make’s a Good Photographer?

So I thought it might be fun to do my first ever "rant" blog so buckle up. What makes a good photographer? That's simple! A good photographer is someone that can produce a good image with a reasonable degree of... Continue Reading →

Paintball Photography

On a Sunday morning, off the beaten path. In the small town of Nicolaus. Behind a levee, buried deep in the trees. The air is moist. The sun is a harsh, a cruel combatant, in an unassailable position. A game... Continue Reading →

DRONES IN REAL ESTATE – WHAT 25 FEET CAN DO…

By Corey Hill: Drones! Gotta love these Aerial tools. I have been flying drones professionally for my business, AntiGravity Aerial Productions, for the past 6 years now and it seems each shoot is truly a different experience with something to... Continue Reading →

Full Frame vs. Crop: What you should know

My hope is that by reading this article you will come away with better understanding about some of the differences between full frame (FF) and cropped sensor cameras (APS-C). Many of the topics I will cover are very complex and... Continue Reading →

Why I Continue to Shoot Film in a Digital World

One question that I am often asked is, “Why do you still shoot film?”, and it’s a great question. In our world of digital everything, it’s sometimes hard for others to understand why I haven’t adapted to the times and embraced... Continue Reading →

Money Well Spent

Well, it finally happened. For years I have been extolling the virtues of the lens hood and the UV filter for their photographic benefits as well as their protective qualities. While photographing the fall colors in the Eastern Sierras I... Continue Reading →

4 month report on the Olympus 17mm f1.8

After four months of shooting with the Olympus 17mm f1.8 I can say that it has quickly become one of my favorite lenses and focal lengths to shoot with. I left my Canon system for dead in July and changed... Continue Reading →

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