The best photo lab is one that you have tested and love the results. But there are a few things you should always look for when choosing the best photo lab for your photography.
A real-world Switchpod review from a Kickstarter backer. I paid for this product with my own money so the review is 100% unbiased. However, I will say as a preface to the video review, that I have never been a GorillaPod fan. In this Switchpod review, I share some tips about the tiny tripod as well as some practical advice about the Switchpod.
The Nikon Z50 is a beautiful cropped sensor mirrorless camera that is sold body only, with 1 lens or with 2 lenses. It has a lot of the same technology as what's inside the Z6 and Z6 bodies except no in-body VR. It also has a flip screen promoted for video recording or vlogging. I have some thoughts on that in this video.
Export with Multiple Presets in Adobe Lightroom Classic 9. It's a new feature to Lightroom Classic and it's such a time saver for photography workflows. Now when exporting you can check one or more export presets in the Export dialog.
Lead generation should be something every photographer is testing on a regular basis. For example, a popup on your website is something that you might have to see. But trust…
In this story about 4 photographers you will hear about how they all sat at a table, equal and unique in their own ways. Putting everything aside from the conversation and experience.
This PhotoPlus Reaction is a followup to my two videos about what I am looking forward to at the 2019 PhotoPlus Expo as well as the video on if camera shows are dead. I am curious about your thoughts on the subject. Please comment
The Dojo is a monthly membership with access to all my photography courses in one place. Think of this like a Patreon. Except you get access to all my online courses on an ongoing basis, as well as exclusive content, first requests and one on one time.
Are camera shows dead? Is this the end of photography conference and trade shows? In 2019, Sony, ThinkTank Photo and Magmod dropped out of PhotoPlus Expo and 2020, Nikon, Leica, and Olympus dropped out of Photokina. Is that a sign of things to come? For changes in the photography industry?
Xero Shoes are surprising. Why? Because no one ever thought of making them years ago! Xero Shoes are minimalist, barefoot shoes with a zero-drop style. You're low to the ground with minimal padding. Enough to be comfortable but still, feel like you're barefoot. Your toes are free to move, bend and spread like nature intended. In this video, I share a review of the Hana sneaker from Xero Shoes and how they helped my knee and back pain as a photographer and a karate student. There is even a surprising thing that happened which I share!