Everyone's always asking, "What's in your bag?" when it comes to weddings, but from time to time I get asked how it's different when I'm deploying with the Canadian Armed Forces. My answer is usually, "As much value in as little space as I can." Well as it turns out I'm flying out for a short bit in a couple of weeks, so let's talk about what I've got packed!Read More
I think it's important to say, "Thank you." Here goes!
I love being a military photographer. There's nothing I could ever imagine suiting me more than doing what I do in the position that I'm in. I've been blessed beyond measure to have had the opportunities that I've had, and I want to take a moment to say that it's not lost on me.Read More
So you own a camera… what now? If you have a DSLR, or a camera with manual control options it can be very easy to find yourself overwhelmed by buttons you don’t understand. This post is more of a reference guide, and less of a blog post; it's intended to introduce the tools, tricks and terminology without too much of the science behind it so that you can start understanding your own camera better.Read More
When it comes to wedding photography we've seen a considerable shift in recent years towards focusing on every little detail that went into the wedding itself. Think about it, do you remember seeing 30+ photos of shoes, center pieces, place settings, custom napkins, and dresses hanging from windows at your parents' wedding? Probably not. This week we explore the demand for macro lenses in wedding photography.Read More
As a first post I've decided to dive right into the middle of an ugly fight: Canon vs. Nikon. This being a biased blog, I have start by saying that I'm first and foremost a photographer, not a videographer. That being said, I do video almost as often, which is a field where Canon really shines in its DSLR's. This week's blog is on why I still chose Nikon.Read More