In this video, I discuss choosing a camera, not based on marketing, or what looks good, but as a tool. What do you want to do with this tool? Do you want to throw endless money upgrading constantly because you can, or worse, just because you are made to feel that you should? Continue reading
In this video, I look at the laws of light, which often cause photographers come confusion. If you want a bright background, it will be more effective to move the light source, further back.
Understanding the Inverse Square Law is a very important step towards learning to control light.
A quick tour of a very economical, yet very good wireless flash system.
The Nikon 85mm1.8D is a wonderful portrait lens for both FX & DX. It is great value and very good quality, the way it renders faces is why this focal length is referred to as ‘The Butter Lens’
There are not many standard zoom options for DX, there is the Nikon 17-55 f/2.8 which is beautiful, but big, heavy and expensive (plus on stabilisation), or the Tamron which is not in the same league, but the Sigma is superb, great IQ, and Optical Stabilisation.
Full frame, I want full frame, I’m upgrading to full frame…so much obsession with full frame, as though it is the be all and end all of imaging, but the difference is NEGLIGIBLE! They do have differences, and each one has different advantages and disadvantages, which must be considered for the right reasons.
The iconic Nikon F3, the first 'Designer' Camera by Nikon. This was and remains a brilliant film photography tool. I have one and absolutely love it. If you have any interest in film photography, these are great value now and they can use any Nikon F mount lenses, excluding the latest G versions.