I do enjoy macro and close up photography work. There is a whole world to be explored and many stories to tell in the smallest of details all around us. Regardless of camera system I have had, I've always had at least one macro lens to capture the intimate details of the natural world. As … Continue reading Nikon Diopter – Old School – On a Fuji Camera
For t hose of you who don't know, I purchased a Fujifilm GFX50S medium format camera and lenses several months ago. I did an initial Youtube video about my impressions and now I'm back to give some more thoughts to it now that I've spent some time in the field with it. I've continued to … Continue reading Fujifilm GFX50S Medium Format Camera – Update
I recently joined Jack Graham Photography to teach a photo workshop on Whidbey Island Washington, focused on monochrome images capturing "Americana" of the island. The workshop was run in conjunction with the Pacific Northwest Art School in the picturesque town of Coupeville. So what is "Americana"? Well according to Wikipedia...."Americana is a collective … Continue reading Whidbey Island Monochrome Americana Photo Workshop
I've been a long time Fuji X camera system aficionado, from the X-T1, X-E1, X-T2 and most recently the newly released X-T3. I've loved these cameras since they came out. The ergonomics, the logic for how the functions are laid out and most importantly, the incredible image quality that comes out of these cameras. Even … Continue reading Why a Fujifilm GFX?
For the second year in a row we made the trip to the amazing state of Alaska to photograph the Alaskan Brown Bear feeding on salmon. The salmon run is the largest in the world and the rivers can run red, looking like one could walk across the water on the backs of the fish. … Continue reading Photographing Bears in Katmai NP Alaska
Just a little post tonight as I finished processing one of the images below and just had to share 🙂 I developed a fondness for shooting close-up images with my Canon 5DkII and 100mm macro lens. I don't shoot true macro, 1:1, but instead shoot more close up or intimate nature shots. When I switched … Continue reading Fuji 60mm Macro Lens