Sony Kando 2.0. Where do I even start? After finding out I was one of the few accepted to attend, I spent just about every passing moment “geeking” out over the sweet gear I'd hopefully get to use, the renowned artists I'd likely have the chance to meet, & the incredible amount of guidance, inspiration, and knowledge I'd surely absorb over the course of 4 days. Trust me, Sony did NOT disappoint. The moment the bus pulled onto the Asilomar Conference Grounds I knew I was in for a treat.
In this article, I’m going to cover, step-by-step, how to start a photography business in North Carolina.Don't worry, if you live outside of North Carolina, you'll still find this post helpful. Just be sure to check the local laws in your city and state.
Here are a few photographers with some amazing work. In no particular order.
Here’s the scoop: I moved from Canon to Fuji in late 2016 when Fuji released the XT-2. Fuji changed my entire world. It introduced me to the world of mirrorless and I ain’t never going back to DSLR life!
For years I have been very frugal with memory cards for my Sony A7RII. I have been using the SanDisk Extreme Pro 95mb/s 64gb and the PNY Elite 95mb/s 128gb (a very underrated card) because I was mainly shooting landscapes and cityscapes. As my kids grew older and became more active with club sports and along with my ever-growing business, I decided to upgrade and give these Sony SDXC UHS-II cards a try.
I wanted to share with everyone some night photos I took with the new Sony A7RIII to show how the now infamous, and according to some unforgivable, "Star Eater" algorithm on the Sony A7 series cameras.
If you're not familiar with the issue, it's basically anything longer than a 3.2s exposure will get a noise reduction applied to help fix hot pixels.
For this video Manny used both the Sony A7RIII and the Sony A7II on a New York City rooftop. This was his first rooftop shoot, so he was pretty excited. Also check out how he handles some of the harsh light and what he does to create the perfect image.
There are few experiences in life that could equate to a week at Burning Man. Off the top of my head, there is nothing that I can think of that would, but I am sure there must be something... Maybe deep sea exploration or being part of a lunar landing team? But that still would not quite match it.
As a photographer, Burning Man exceeded every limit of visually emotional and unequaled imaginable experience...