The tenth anniversary of the iPhone brings three new models, and we’re comparing the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X for photographers. Here’s What the iPhone Does Well for Photographers The iPhone is an incredible boon for photographers. Not only does it give us a compact travel camera, it provides a platform to share your […]
Should the Nikon D850 Be Your Next Camera? The Nikon D850 is a beast of a camera, packing a lot of specs into one package. A lot of people were waiting to see what Nikon announced and many believe the Nikon D850 raises the bar for the competition. Can you handle the Nikon D850? More […]
Does Sensor Size Really Matter? One of the common debates in photography seems to be an unending grousing about sensor size. What’s better for a DSLR, a crop sensor or a full frame? Can you take a decent photo with a smart phone? Why does anyone bother with Micro Four Thirds? Is that even a thing […]
How to Decide What Gear to Buy: What You Need or What You Want When it’s time to buy a new camera or some related accessory, sometimes you get information overload. It’s tough to know how to decide what gear to buy. With so many options on the market, it’s easy to overthink your decision. […]
If you don’t have a photo backup plan in place, I can promise that you will eventually lose your photos. That’s because all data repositories die. Some faster than others. With a good photo backup plan, you can ensure your photos live even if your repository dies.
You Should Read This UPstrap Review Even if You Don’t Need a New Camera Strap My UPstrap review came out of a combination of personal experience and information from other photographers and Nikon camera reps. Usually people look at a product review to find something to alleviate a problem or pain they’re experiencing. What if […]
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 […]
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.