Tag: camera

Alaska Bears Photo Workshop 2019 pt 2

Alaska Bears Photo Workshop 2019 pt 2

Once again Jack Graham and I led a fantastic photography workshop to Alaska to photograph the grizzly bears in their natural habitat in Katmai National Park.  We have done this for several years now and each year has been special and memorable to every one of our attendees.  It is a bucket list item for … Continue reading Alaska Bears Photo Workshop 2019 pt 2

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Fujifilm X-H1

Fujifilm X-H1

If you follow any mirrorless camera news, you may have heard that Fujifilm released a new camera last week, called the X-H1.  It's a fantastic addition to the X line and brings some long awaited technology as well. The biggest news about the camera is that it is the first of the X cameras to … Continue reading Fujifilm X-H1

Alaska Photo Workshop – Thoughts on Gear

Alaska Photo Workshop – Thoughts on Gear

If you haven't read the adventures of our Alaska trip to photograph the brown bears feeding on salmon as well as amazing landscapes, please read my previous posts. I thought I'd give a few parting thoughts about the gear I took on this adventure and what I used, and didn't use, on the trip.   … Continue reading Alaska Photo Workshop – Thoughts on Gear

Using Filters in the Field

Using Filters in the Field

One of the questions I get asked a lot is if I still use filters when I shoot. My answer is always a very quick "Yes I most certainly do!"  "And I'm going to continue using them for the foreseeable future" Many of the younger photographers ask why?   In this age of bracketing for exposure, … Continue reading Using Filters in the Field

The Final Piece – Fuji 100-400mm

Fujifilm has released the final piece of their wonderful mirrorless puzzle.....a super telephoto lens. The  FUJINON XF100-400mmF4.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR is out on the market now and it is, arguably of course, one of the finest super telephoto lenses available from any manufacturer.   Visit the Fujifilm site HERE    I've only had the chance to … Continue reading The Final Piece – Fuji 100-400mm