What The Beginner Photographer Needs.

The last photography guide a beginner will need to start, I will cover everything. Camera ChoiceLens ChoiceMastering Manual Settings Camera Choice As a photography beginner camera choice is important, it should not stress you out as a beginning photographer. Your stress is better used in learning manual settings, composition, and lighting. Now that you're aware…

Photo Journal – 1

One of my favorite shots, I was camping at Bartlet lake in Arizona and I wanted to capture the stars in the background because they looked so gorgeous out by the lake. How I got the shot: Took some trial and error, but off to the left I believe we had a lantern that was…

Len’s Care

Your lens is dirty, so how do you fix it without scraping the lens you went in debt for? It's really simple but if you're anything like me you want to do it right, let's go over the tools you will need. Microfiber ClothAir Blower ( looks like the thing you suck boogers out of…

Russ’s Review: Small-rig Cage

Not everyone needs a cage for their camera but those who do video work will appreciate the attachments you can add to your camera. Those who primarily record themselves will benefit by getting a cage for their a6400 or any a6xxx because the mic jack get's in the way of the screen, you can counter…

Russ’s Review: 85mm 1.8 Sony

The 85mm 1.8 Sony is one of the highest quality lenses you could get for little investment. With that being said, let's find out if it's right for you. 1/125th ISO: 400 f/1.8 Lens Price This lens is one of my first additions to my very small collection, also the best quality lens for the…

Is the 55mm F/1.8 Zeiss worth the cash?

The Sony 55mm 1.8 Zeiss clocks in around a whopping 1000$ new. If you're lucky and can wait for a great opportunity, you can find it selling for around 600$ - 800$ used on Facebook marketplace or offer up, just be sure to inspect the lens first. I purchased mine for 600 and it was…

How to take an HDR / Stack Exposures

So you've mastered manual settings and you understand how to adjust aperture, shutter speed and ISO. However, you've encountered a problem when trying to preserve really bright highlights and really dark shadows. So, what do you do? Hopefully your answer wasn't give up, otherwise i won't make my sweet ad revenue by you learning this…

Mastering Manual Settings

a beginners simplified guide.... Either you're new to photography or you have taken your skills to the next level, that level being manual settings. Most people stick to "auto" on the camera dial, but the "M" on the dial gives you absolute control of the photo you create. Scary and exciting let's master these settings…