Want to Know How to Travel With Your Photography Gear? Welcome to episode 20 of The Photo Flunky Show. This week’s show discusses some tips and precautions you can take with you travel with your photography gear. Lee and I both have experience with local and international travel with our cameras. Episode 20 covers some […]
Photography secrets. It’s as if there was some kind of secret cult of photographers who only share secrets after you’ve obtained the next level of mastery. I made a list of 101 simple photography secrets that I wish I knew when I first started. I hope it saves you some time or gets you thinking […]
I’ve been working on updating my photography gear reviews and wanted to share them with you. As some of you may have noticed, I’m in the process of changing the focus of this site. That’s why I’ve asked for your input in the comments and surveys. Piece by piece, you’ll see what I’ve been planning […]
I spent the weekend playing around with the iPhone 6s Plus camera to see if it lives up to the hype. I’m comparing it to the camera on the iPhone 5 & 5s. The specs on the new camera are significantly better than a couple of generations ago, but does it really take better photos? […]
Photographers and audio engineers both rely upon creativity and technology. I’m not an audio engineer, but I’ve spent some time researching sound for an upcoming project. The similarities and differences were fascinating and I thought I’d share them with you.
Disaster struck my home a little over a week ago. You know you’re screwed when you see this error message from a Mac. “You are unable to log into the user account [username] at this time. Logging into the account failed because an error occurred.”
How many times have you heard someone tel you that you have to know your gear? Too many. It’s almost cliché. How do you know when you know your gear? The Aha Moment The problem with truly getting to know your gear is that there can be so much of it. It’s not just a matter […]
There’s a question I hear over and over from photographers about locations. How do you get access? One place should be a simple answer. Shoot at home. It’s a bit of work, but so is lugging all of your gear to a studio and paying for the privilege to shoot there. Here’s how I created […]