Category Archives: For Photographers

SONY A9 MIRRORLESS CAMERA VS NIKON D810 DSLR With Sony’s release of their mirrorless speed-demon it has rehashed my interest in their lineup. On paper this leaps up to beast levels however paper and reality are two different things.  While the Sony a9 is aimed at the sports photographer, as a wedding photographer I see some key benefits…

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New Waze to a better commute… I had already mentally poo-poo’d the idea before we even made the first turn from our neighbourhood street – relying on an app to guide us through traffic.  We were on our way to a wedding and my daughter was telling me about a cool app she’d been using called Waze….

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“Get the fog outta here!” Preventing camera fog-up at your next destination wedding… I’ve been travelling south for destination weddings for a few years now and an issue I ran into early on was fog-up.  Here’s the situation… I was prepping my gear for a wedding that day in my icy cold Dominican Republic hotel room.  With everything ready,…

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Let’s put our bullshit goggles on the table for a few minutes.  I’ve found the word “busy” gets tossed around like some sort of default status symbol for success. Like somehow the absence of chaotic busyness equates to failure.  Take a moment to think about the last few times you’ve asked someone how they were doing… I’m…

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