My Most Underrated Lens for Landscape Photography

Recently, I had a conversation with a very close photographer friend. We started off talking about the lenses that we thought were indispensable to our work. As you could expect from a couple of...

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Four Reasons Why I Love To Photograph Waterfalls

At face value, it’s probably not hard to understand it when I say that I absolutely love photographing waterfalls. After all, waterfalls can be gigantic and convey a sense of relentless...

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Making the Case for Prime Lenses

It's time to make a serious case for prime lenses. Sure, zoom lenses offer plenty of convenience when it comes to how you compose your photo, but if there's one thing that I've come to love about...

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My Thoughts on the ZEISS Loxia 21mm f/2.8 Lens

 

I first spotted her at the PhotoPlus Expo in New York City in late October 2015. At first, I wasn’t sure if my eyes were playing games with me but upon further inspection, sitting...

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3 Tips For Amazing Southwest Photos

Harsh light. Blown-out skies. Vast landscapes with no foreground elements.

Photographing the desert of the American Southwest can certainly be challenging. This is a truth that I've come to learn...

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Visiting Cuba? Check Out These Six Photo Tips!

When I visited Cuba for the first time in January 2016, one of my top goals was to capture the country's distinct culture and I’d like to share this list of photo tips to consider if you find...

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