Category Archives: For other photographers

Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM C

I’ve been using the Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM C for roughly 4 months now and it has quickly become one of my favorite lenses to use.  Early on, I discovered that there was a pronounced learning curve and it required that I spend time finding the sweet spots in both the focal lengths…

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New Lens Day! First Impressions with the Rokinon 14mm F2.8

Amazon prime was having a sale on Rokinon lenses for Prime Day, so I picked up the 14mm 2.8 that I have had my eye on for a while.  I’m neck deep in editing, so I haven’t had a chance to put it through a real test yet, but I’m impressed with it so far….

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New Sigma 50mm 1.4 Art lens and practice session with Nora

The UPS driver dropped off a brand new lens for me this morning and I was very excited to get outside to put it through a test session.  As luck would have it , it was pouring rain and only 48 degrees outside….sigh.  So, I did as any person with a fun new lens would do, I paced around…

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F.Y.I series: Landscape photography (Gear and photo explanations)

I’ve had a lot of people ask about landscape photography and what I use to create my photos. So I decided to do a quick write up on my gear and also a brief explanation on some of my favorite photos. Gear I use for landscape photography Cameras: Canon 5dmk2 and Canon 6d Lenses: Canon…

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Random: Favorite Mug vs favorite “walk around” lens

If I had to pick one lens out of all my lenses, it would have to be my Canon 24-105L  f/4 IS.   I have a super sharp copy and it is just a fantastic lens when paired up to my 5dmk2 or my 6d.  I love the colors, contrast and the range of it….

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