Red River Paper vs. Epson vs. Moab Choosing The Best Inkjet Photo Paper

A few weeks ago the folks at Red River Paper sent me a couple sample packs of their papers to test out. I’ve been holding back on this review because I wasn’t quite sure the best way to approach things. First of all, I’m not an expert at printing. Printing is of one of those […]

10 Mistakes Beginners Make In Lightroom Are you making these common errors?

Lightroom is an incredibly fun and powerful photo editing program that can help you transform the look of your images! But with great power comes great responsibility, and it’s very (very) easy to start making mistakes in Lightroom when you don’t fully understand it. Those mistakes can actually make your photos look worse (UH OH) […]

8 Reasons To Use A Prime Lens Why you need to give them a try!

When choosing a lens for your camera, you have two general options: primes or zooms. A prime lens covers only one focal length (e.g. 50mm), while a zoom lens covers a range of them (e.g. 24-70mm). And while that might seem to make a zoom sound like a better choice (more focal lengths for the […]

What You Need To Get Started With Photo Printing

Creating your own photographic prints is incredibly rewarding and efficient.

Before / After: California Redwoods Lightroom Editing Tips

On our recent road trip we stopped along the Avenue of Giants to take in the California Redwoods. My mind was blown! I couldn’t believe trees like this existed. Walking among them was magical.

We’re on Kit.com! An easy way to browse recommended gear

A big part of photography is what gear to use. There’s so much stuff out there it can be difficult to know where to start. Over the years we’ve created lots of gear guides and blogs posts in order to help give effective recommendations, but it’s not easy keeping everything up to date (gear changes so […]

What You Need To Know About Camera Lens Filters Back to Basics

In this short video I give you a quick overview of 3 different types of filters (UV, Polarizing, and Neutral Density) and when to use them. I also show you how to find out what filter will fit your lens.

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