Category Archives: Photography Tips

What’s in the Pro’s Bag?

As a pro still photographer specializing in commercial imaging, I’m witnessing a growing number of requests for hi-res video (4K) to accompany still photography imaging on many of our work assignments.  Fueled by the Internet, both mediums are now heavily … Continue reading

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Cleaning Camera’s Sensor on Location

Dust Spots….Yikes!   Our digital cameras seem like dust magnets.  Dust spots on your images can be very frustrating and time-consuming to remove. Imagine how you would feel if you shot several hundred images while on assignment. URGH! One could spend several … Continue reading

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Make Your Sunset Photos Pop!

Many people ask me if I PhotoShop my images prior to posting to the web. Truth be told,  every single digital image needs a little tweaking.  Fact: Nearly every image used in commercial advertising  (billboards, newspapers, magazines, etc)  has been Photoshopped in … Continue reading

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EOS 5D Mark IV: Timelapse movies

The EOS 5D Mark IV features a time-lapse movie shooting option to create time-lapse directly in-camera without needing to stitch the images together afterward. When you shoot a time-lapse movie, you will notice that the resolution is FHD and it is … Continue reading

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How Much Does It Cost To Hire a Photographer?

I’m writing this article which offers a few tips by ImageBrief, a stock photo agency that promotes and sells stock imaging created by professional photographers.  Professional photographers must pay an annual or a monthly subscription to be a member of … Continue reading

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The Not So Friendly Skies “Know Your Airline Passenger Rights”

I travel frequently and know the basic rules the airlines impose when it comes to getting bumped. However, flights are over-sold on a regular basis and airline employees are trained to offer the lowest compensation possible at first to get passengers … Continue reading

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Canon Releases Three New Cameras

Canon Releases a Trio of New Cameras: M6 Mirrorless, T7i, and 77D DSLRs| 10 hours ago Canon has managed to sneak in a last-minute surprise for this Valentine’s Day, with the announcement of a trio of cameras and an 18-55mm … Continue reading

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Tampa, FL

Photo of Downtown Tampa, Florida. Taken from the W. Platt St. Bridge above The Hillsborough River..Credit: Martin Allred

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Mirrorless Cameras Wave of the Future

In our October article I wrote about the release of Canon’s new flagship  Mirrorless Camera. I also mentioned that I feel the “Mirrorless Camera” technology will eventually replace the DSLR camera. This month Steve Burton wrote about switching to a … Continue reading

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Canon’s New Flagship Mirrorless Camera EOS-M5

Canon unveiled their newest flagship mirrorless camera in London last month. The Mirrorless EOS-M5, This camera is bundled with all the buttons and whistles professional photographers love and demand, with the added bonus of less weight.  The camera is also slightly … Continue reading

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