Landscape

Goodbye, Drobo. Hello, G-Technology!

You’ve likely read plenty of posts and articles by photographers who talk about the gear that they find absolutely¬†crucial when they’re out in the field or in the studio on a shoot. Cameras, lenses, tripods, lights, and the like. There is a similar list of gear that we also have when the shoot is over, the camera is packed, and […]

By |Dec 18th, 2014|

The many layers of nature

I love the elemental changes that the cold weather of winter brings to nature. It’s something that I never experienced or thought about for most of my life, growing up in Brooklyn. We don’t have mountain ranges or miles upon miles of these trees in the big city. So, when I am able to experience scenes like this one, I […]

By |Dec 17th, 2014|

Some Lensbaby Fun

When I visited Emerald Falls for the first time the other week, I thought it’d be a great opportunity to put my new Lensbaby Composer Pro w/Edge 80 optic lens to work. It had been so many years since I used a Lensbaby but there has always been something alluring to them. Little did I realize that Lensbaby’s […]

By |Dec 7th, 2014|

Finding Emerald Falls

Part of me was genuinely surprised that after living in Oregon for as long as I have, I have only now discovered Emerald Falls. It’s not like it’s even hard to find or locate once you arrive. But then again, that’s part of the charm with living in the Pacific Northwest. There are adventures to be found everywhere. Fortunately, today’s […]

By |Nov 29th, 2014|

Happy Thanksgiving!

First off – I want to wish all of my fellow Americans a warm, safe, and happy Thanksgiving! Second, I’d like to share a little writeup that I just published over at Photofocus on what being thankful for 2014 means to me. I hope you enjoy it!

http://brians.photos/PFThankful

By |Nov 27th, 2014|

Improve photo compositions by segmenting

Among the many roles that you, the photographer, have to take on, being the guide for your viewers is chief among them. If you present your viewers with a photo that lacks a sense of direction or flow, they will move on. Since the majority of our work these days is shared online and the time spent by viewers who […]

By |Nov 25th, 2014|
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