Taken with the D5 and 80-400mm f4.5-5.6 G ED VR, a lens I love because for it’s range it really light and super sharp. Shot at 1/1600th of a second, f5.3 @ ISO 400. Much more news from Cuba to come.
We all have trouble editing our own work. We are too close to it.
Like the metadata that sticks with our image files, we often add our own emotional metadata to a picture making it hard to be objective when editing. Regardless of where you are on your photographic journey, you need help, as do I.
I see it all the time on my workshops–photographer’s unsure of which of the images…Read On…
Whenever I’m looking for a little inspiration I don’t have to go far because inspiration is all around me in the form of my extensive library of photography books I’ve been cultivating for as long as I’ve been shooting.
This day, I picked up one of my many books by Sebastiao Salgado, Genesis– the third long-term series on global issues with stunning, powerful images that can’t hel…Read On…
One of my priorities on my recent Tokyo workshop was to visit the Nikon Museum, located at the corporate head office building for Nikon in the Shinagawa district of Tokyo.
The Shinagawa subway stop is one of the busiest in the world and if you venture out at rush hour it’s literally dangerous with waves of salary men and women walking purposely to work. Braving the danger, I made m…Read On…
If you’re thinking about travel, adventure and spontaneity in 2017, there are still spots available for our luxury Havana Masterclass which starts on January 16th. Our team’s Vladimir Rivera put this short video together from our last workshop. Go here for more info or to sign up. You can ask questions in the comments section.
Oh, and Happy New Year!
Lots of exciting stuff to co…Read On…