Read Time: 6 minutes A look back at the fantastic little camera from Fujifilm, the X100T, and my time with it.
Read Time: 3 minutes Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday’s fellow adventurer’s! I wanted to share a gift with you this holiday season and it’s the gift of a SECOND conversation this month! Give a listen to a conversation I had with my good friend and fantastic photographer, Bryan Minear, about his creative process, inspirations, and even how his geeky side actually helps fuel his creative vision!
Read Time: 6 minutes Canal Park has given me one of the highlights of my summer photographically. It’s time to say goodbye for now, so lets wrap up the final part of this adventure!
Read Time: 7 minutes This is not a review. You’ll find no beautiful photos made with this camera. I haven’t even touched the Fuji X-T3 at this point. But I want to, oh boy do I want to. This camera needs to be in my bag right now… or does it?
Read Time: 3 minutes Some days, amidst the chaos of a mind that is buried in roaring sound and numbing pain, it’s the small moments that bring peace.
Read Time: 3 minutes A brief photo story sharing some photos created one autumn morning. The catch is that I never moved more than ten feet to create the photos.
Read Time: 6 minutes Seeing the world in Black and White can be a difficult thing, especially for an admitted “Color Addict” like myself. Let’s have a look at a few recent photos I made as I spent a little time practicing Black and White photography a couple weekends ago.
Read Time: 11 minutes That’s right, I’m back with another look at one of my most used lenses! This time it’s my second most used lens in my kit, the Fujifilm XF56mm f/1.2 R. Unlike werewolves, vampires, and glitter, I have no fear of Fuji’s Bokeh Monster!
Read Time: 4 minutes Winter. It’s cold, miserable, and depressing. The days are so short it feels like you blink and you miss them. Isn’t that the usual narrative? I’m not going to lie, winter is tough. But also so beautiful. There are these moments where the light is simply special. Light you never see the rest of the year, but while it’s there it’s amazing.