SoftRAID Review A Must-Have Disk Utility for Mac

A video review of one of my favourite utility programs for Mac: SoftRAID.

SoftRAID is basically a disk utility program that allows you to connect multiple hard drives together to act as one big hard drive. SoftRAID also has awesome features for testing disks before use, drive monitoring, and email notification of drive failure.

You can learn more about SoftRAID and test out a 30-day free trial here: https://www.softraid.com/

5D Mark Bore Why the new Canon 5D Mark IV is a disappointment

Canon recently announced their new 5D Mark IV. It’s been over 4 years since the release of the 5D Mark 3, so tons of photographers have been eagerly awaiting a new model – and tons of photographers will now be disappointed.

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New tutorial on VIDEO is here! Learn how to shoot awesome video today

Happy news! Our newest tutorial How to Shoot Awesome Video! is finally here!

We’re so excited for you to see how much love we’ve put into this latest guide.

Want to see how you can add video to your growing list of skills? Then you should definitely check out the tutorial here.

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Video Experiment: Phantom 4 Hand Held I wish the gimbal was detachable!

We’ve been experimenting a lot, practicing for our upcoming tutorial on video, and wanted to share this fun little clip!

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Teaser: New Tutorial Coming Next Month! Learn how to shoot video.

BIG NEWS: Next month we’ll be releasing a brand new tutorial on how to shoot video!

(Click here to sign up to our newsletter list and we’ll email you as soon as we launch it!)

We’ve been working on this tutorial for months and we’re so excited for you to see it!

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DJI Phantom 4 Preview A Quick Look From Costa Rica

 

We just got back from Costa Rica! You’ll be seeing a lot more blog posts about the trip in the next few weeks. In the meantime the above video is a quick preview of some pretty footage I captured with the Phantom 4 on a beach near our house at sunset.

Max Learns Photography: Timing

If you’ve been following this blog for a bit, you’ll know that we recently bought our (now 3 year old!) son, Max, a camera. (If you haven’t watched it yet, the video of him opening the camera is pretty adorable, from a totally biased parent perspective!).

Since getting the camera, we have been taking things slow. Max is an independent young man, and likes to do things on his own, so intense photography lectures aren’t his jam. We leave the camera on his table, easy to access whenever he wants. Some weeks he isn’t interested, other weeks he’ll pick it up a few times. We’re mostly just stoked that he is still using it – maintaing interest over months for a toddler is pretty awesome.

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