Relax About Gear – It’s Time for Photographers to Chill Out Welcome to episode 30 of The Photo Flunky Show! I really appreciate you for listening. Ever had lens lust? A secret desire to get your hands on some camera or lighting that just seems out of reach? Maybe it’s something within your budget, but it […]
Is a Successful Photographer Really What You Think? Welcome to episode 29 of The Photo Flunky Show! When you think of a successful photographer, what comes to mind? Working with celebrities, traveling the world, or heading out into the wilderness on your own with your camera in tow? Maybe you can be a completely successful photographer […]
Are Your Post Processing Techniques Out of Fashion? Thank you for listening to episode 28 of The Photo Flunky Show. Post processing techniques are as much a part of your art as your photography. We’ve heard that good artists copy and great artists steal. That may be true, but I think there’s something else to […]
How do you decide which DSLR lens to use when taking travel or landscape photos? Do you go by focal length because you like to shoot wide or get tight on your subject? I wish that I could choose one style or the other, because my back is killing me from carrying around too much […]
I’m Guilty of Shooting Subjects That Photographers Have Shot To Death Thank you for listening to episode 27 of The Photo Flunky Show. I really appreciate your time. For this episode, I’m not pointing any fingers without admitting that I’ve done it, too. There are some subjects that photographers have shot to death and it’s […]
I wrote an Aperture to Lightroom Migration guide for one of my other sites called Aperture vs. Lightroom. Once Apple announced that Aperture was at its end of life, there really wasn’t any further purpose for Aperture vs. Lightroom. It’s coming down in June, but I thought this post would still be useful for some […]
Black and White Photography: Is It Overused or Overrated? Thank you for listening to episode 26 of The Photo Flunky Show – Is Black and White Photography Overrated? We’ve all seen some really great black and white photography, but is it necessary or useful in a modern age? After all, every digital camera defaults to […]
Save time. Save frustration. Save humiliation. Use a grey card for white balance. This inexpensive little prop can truly pay off when you get to post processing.