Stop Dreaming and Start Living
A story about how I quit my job to travel the world.
Camera bags! Every photographer knows there’s no such thing as too many bags and the perfect one doesn’t exist. I’ve owned so many camera bags ever since I’ve been into photography. Every brand from Think Tank, Crumpler, Lowepro, the list goes on, you name it I’ve owned it or used it. The one bag that
I was recently approached by a company called Sleeklens to do a review of their Lightroom Through The Woods Workflow Presets. This is a totally new workflow for me because I usually do everything from scratch without presets, I think that might change now. Through The Woods Workflow Presets are designed specifically for landscape
Screw-on filters or 4×6 filters, the big life question we all ask ourselves. For landscape/nature photography, filters are an absolute must! About a month ago I was looking into upgrading my filter system and after a ton of research between different brands and screw-on vs 4×6 I went with the Formatt Hitech Firecrest 100mm
I’ve been to a few National Parks in Utah and I’m not the biggest fan of them, I think these two might be the best ones in the state. While driving across the country to visit my family in Michigan for the holidays I decided to stop at Arches and Canyonlands because it was literally
So this Fall season it was my goal to shoot the pretty colors that the season brings. Unfortunately seasons or any weather other than hot doesn’t exist in Southern California, so I made a trip across the country to the South. I actually lived in Atlanta for 6 months waaaaay long ago but never really
Well I did it, I finally went to Death Valley and it was nothing like I thought it was going to be. In my conquest to go to all the major national parks within a somewhat reasonable proximity to where I live I finally ventured to Death Valley. Based on all the pictures I’ve