Last month I photographed a conference in Austin, TX. I just posted a video with some tips for photographing a conference or other corporate event. Check it out…
Picked up a new 5D Mark IV on a Black Friday week sale, and recorded an unboxing video.
This camera rocks and has totally changed my photography game over the past month or so that I've been using it. The response time on the shutter is incredibly fast, and this thing can practically see in the dark. ISO 6400 and even 12800 is clean enough to use on a regular basis, letting me capture photos I just couldn't take on my old 5D Mark II.
Looking for a medium-sized camera backpack? Check out my review of the Manfrotto Veloce V.
Enjoy this amazing time lapse of an overnight flight from the cockpit of a flight between Zürich and São Paulo.
I recently reviewed the Canon 50mm f1.8 STM lens. The 50mm f1.8 II was the first lens I got after buying my DSLR with a kit lens. I really like the 50mm focal length, and it's an inexpensive lens for the image quality it offers. I recently upgraded to the newer Canon 50mm f1.8 STM, and I'm impressed with the improvements Canon made while still keeping the fairly low price. Watch my full review below.
Sometimes when you do something long enough, things can fall into place almost accidentally. I consider Vicent Laforet one of the most talented photographers today, so the beauty in this video is by no means a surprise.
What struck me when watching this, however, is how sometimes nature can offer incredible gifts to those who just take a few moments away from the hustle and bustle to observe.
A few great tips for viewing the Northern Lights.
We've been hearing rumors of active skys.
Has anybody had any luck recently?
Lately I've been posting photos more frequently over on Instagram. Today I finished my set from a New Orleans trip back in January. I created an album on the Radiant Photography blog with all the images from the trip.
Having trouble remembering how the exposure settings on your camera affect your photos? Here's a handy cheat sheet.
Earlier this summer, our family had the pleasure of spending the day at the Brookfield Zoo just outside of Chicago. I don't include zoo shots in my portfolios, but I wanted to share these because I liked how they turned out.
This was one of the first times I was able to take out my 100-400L (version 1) lens. I came away really impressed with the color saturation and the sharpness this lens has to offer.
If you haven't been to the Radiant Photography website recently, you should check it out. I've added new portfolio images and have a few new articles as well.
If you spend enough time around wildlife, they might start wanting to spend time around you…
I wrote a tutorial on Depth of Field on the Radiant Photography blog…
As a photographer, you have a bigger impact on your photos than you might think.