Archives for August 2015

Don’t Worry. It Gets Easier.

We ran into some old clients the other day while we were out with our boys. We had shot their wedding years ago, and they now had two kids of their own. They asked how things were going since we had doubled the number of children in our home. “It’s challenging sometimes,” I said, though I […]

Why I’m not buying the Canon 5DS/R or the Sony a7RII

Lately it seems like every photography news site or blog is buzzing about either the Canon 5DS/R and/or the Sony a7RII. I can quickly sum things up for you: the Canon 5DS/R has a lot of megapixels (50 of them), and the Sony a7RII is the current ground breaking, revolutionary, panacea for all photographers. While […]

Don’t Do a Pro Shoot Without These 3 Things

The scariest thing to happen to me during a shoot wasn’t my knee dislocating. It was my camera breaking, right as my couple was about to go frolicking in the ocean in their wedding clothes. Instantly I felt sick to my stomach, my heart lept into my chest, and the sweat rolling down my face […]

5 Inspiring Books For Photographers

Every time I think that I am out of inspiration and out of ideas, I head to our bookshelf. It’s huge, and jammed full of books of all shapes and sizes (those tiny kids board books are just so hard to store!). I let my eyes browse over the titles, and within moments something amazing happens: […]

How to Purchase the Standalone Version of Lightroom

Adobe has made it a bit tricky to purchase the standalone version of Lightroom. Watch the video above to see how to do it. Read More

New FREEBIE! The Photography Logbooks

We are notebook lovers. We have dozens around our house of all shapes and sizes. We love visiting stationery stores. But we have never found the perfect notebook to keep track of all the various photography related details and ideas. So one day Rob suggested we make our own. Read More

Quick Review of the Canon 70D

We picked up a new camera a couple months ago, the Canon 70D. Here’s a quick review of what I think of the camera so far. Read More

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