Our Favorite Gear

Our goal is to provide you with as much knowledge and experience that we've had with camera equipment to help you make an educated purchase. Here is a list of items we use and suggest to master your craft. We include camera's, suggested lens, props, and travel equipment for photographers.

Portrait Photoshoot with Sony A6000 Review

I really wanted to down size my equipment to be more suitable for traveling and I wanted something that would be good enough for both landscape and portrait photography.  I thought by getting a 24 megapixel Sony with an e mount lens, I would be able to get decent high resolution photos.  I was wrong. … Continue reading Portrait Photoshoot with Sony A6000 Review

Social Media & Photographers: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

WordPress is a source of social media.  I enjoy engaging with you and discussing topics based around photography.  But there are some outlets of social media that get taken for granted and are changing how photography should be seen and recognized as an art. This post is not to bash social media, because I do … Continue reading Social Media & Photographers: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

Why you need a professional Website! Not just Instagram!

You may be asking me, "why do you need a professional website"? Then I'd assume you were under the age of 25.  Let's dive into why you need a professional Website and the benefits of having one. It's 2018 and everyone's getting hunch backs from staring down at their phones.  Instagram is the quickest and … Continue reading Why you need a professional Website! Not just Instagram!

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Are you a Photographer or an Editor?

It has come to my understanding that everyone is a great photographer these days.  iPhones can take 12 megapixel photos and androids are shooting out 16 megapixel's plus.  There is a day upon us that DSLR will be obsolete other than for telephoto purposes.  Everyone is a photographer and everyone is famous! The reason I … Continue reading Are you a Photographer or an Editor?

What to wear when shooting landscapes in the Cold

This sound like it should be explanatory but for some, they may need guidance.  Not everyone has shot in the cold before and there are some cool little gadgets photographers can use to stay warm while being able to function a camera properly. #1 - Gloves, Gloves, Gloves!!! Not all gloves are created equal.  You … Continue reading What to wear when shooting landscapes in the Cold

Capture a Successful Collection of Photographs with these 3 Tips — Digital Photography School

In a previous article, I discussed some helpful tips for preparing for a photo shoot. It’s important to be ready, but let’s be clear – you have to be able to perform on the day. 1,124 more words via Capture a Successful Collection of Photographs with these 3 Tips — Digital Photography School

1 Roll 1 Day – 35mm South Bend, IN

I believe we are getting to comfortable behind our large capacity SD and CF Cards.  We need to take a moment to go back and relearn the basics of photography.  To learn about how to compose an image with out the ability to snap 1000 images. With that being said,  I am going to be … Continue reading 1 Roll 1 Day – 35mm South Bend, IN

5 Tips to Make Side Money as a Photographer

Are you struggling to make it as a freelance photographer?  The market is very tough with the rapid advance of technology.  It feels that almost any one can edit photos or take great pictures. So in order to survive, here are 5 quick tips on how you can make side money while growing your name … Continue reading 5 Tips to Make Side Money as a Photographer

Our Top 5 Picks: Photography Youtubers

Youtube has been a major platform for hosting funny video content and allowing individuals to be creative.  Are you a creative person and do you love teaching people and learning new things?  Then Youtube is probably for you. We have made a short list of our Top 5 Photography related Youtube accounts.  Please keep in … Continue reading Our Top 5 Picks: Photography Youtubers

Bright-eyed

Wow, Joshi, what a wonderful eye and composition in your photos! Keep up the great work and I look forward to reading all about your experiences. -John

Joshi Daniel Photography

A 28mm wide angle black and white portrait of smiling old woman in Trivandrum, Kerala, India Smiling old lady | Trivandrum, Kerala, India

When I started taking her photo, she was adamant that she would not smile because that would mean showing her teeth. Somehow, I managed to get this cute, bright-eyed smile from her at the end! To find out more about photos like this from the 28mm Portraits Project, click here.

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