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A Closer Look: ThinkTank Photo’s Perception Pro Camera Bag

About a month ago at the PhotoPlus Expo in NYC, ThinkTank Photo announced their newest camera bag line designed primarily for mirrorless shooters called the Perception line.

About 10 days ago, my buds at ThinkTank sent over an early release of the Perception Pro in taupe for me to use. So, with the gift-giving holidays rapidly approaching, I thought it’d […]

By |Nov 28th, 2014|

New mini photo workflow video

Earlier this evening, I posted a quick redux to a photo workflow video I posted on my Patreon page yesterday. I thought it’d be fun to share it with everyone. Enjoy!

By |Nov 20th, 2014|

The Many Layers of New York City

Anyone who lives in, or spends a good deal of time visiting, New York City likely has their favorite neighborhoods. This home city of mine offers something, somewhere for everyone. For me, there are three places in particular that I love to roam when I’m visiting: the Lower East Side (LES), Union Square, and most recently, The Highline. […]

By |Nov 8th, 2014|

NYC-bound for the PhotoPlus Expo!

Well, the bags are packed and the camera batteries are charged! The PhotoPlus Expo has always been one of my favorites each year partly because of the breadth of photographers that show up but also because it’s in my hometown of NYC! I’m really excited to catch up with close friends and new faces, all coming together because of the […]

By |Oct 27th, 2014|

Add Texture For More Depth

I have so much admiration for photographers who can masterfully overlay textures on top of their photos. One of my favorite people who is a virtuoso in this area is Alan Shapiro. When I see one of his texturized files, my jaw simply drops. Admittedly, I don’t think I’m the most proficient in this realm of stylization but […]

By |Oct 7th, 2014|

The case for infrared photography

Well, I am officially hooked on infrared photography. Earlier this morning, we took our DPW Workshop attendees to the historic barns on Mormon Row Road in Grand Tetons National Park for sunrise. Leading up to leaving for Wyoming, I got the idea to see how infrared photography would work with a Sony A7-system camera body. After doing a bunch of […]

By |Sep 26th, 2014|
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