Nikon’s D850 Selling Well But, Is It a Worthy Upgrade?

Nikon D810 vs. D850

The D810: Love This Camera!

It’s great to read that Nikon’s newest high-end DSLR, the D850, is apparently selling quite well. Last year and in 2016, I kept reading the opposite – that the DSLR market was in trouble. Apparently, like most markets, it just needed some innovation. But, how innovative is the D850? Continue reading

Video Version: 3 Reasons Why You Need Professional Headshots

So, you’re considering getting professional headshots done – it might be why you’re about to watch this video. You’re correct to think about getting good professional headshots. Almost any type of career can benefit from it and data shows professional headshots matter…

Doing Lifestyle Photoshoots Without Permits or Permission

Location is Indeed Everything – It’s Why Permission is Typically Required

I remember years ago, a friend and I got new cameras. As is the case when getting a new camera, we wanted to go out and photograph everything. We spent the day doing it and then night came, and we pulled out the tripods – and that’s when the problems started. Continue reading

Commercial Photography Isn’t Free, Because It’s Expensive and Requires Skill


All the likes in the world cannot pay the bills.

First, to everyone that understands the technical knowledge, time, and expensive resources that go into running a commercial photography business, know you are truly appreciated…

There isn’t a day that goes by where I don’t get an email or phone inquiry, or read a posting, looking for a free photographer or one to work for practically peanuts. Continue reading

Three Reasons Why DIY Product Photography Doesn’t Work


Wonder Why Product Photos Shot by This Camera or Crud?

So, you’re launching your new brand and want to save money wherever you can, because launching a company and product is expensive. There are trademarks, prototypes to build, websites to build, marketing to do, and on and on. One area where brands often look to cut or eliminate costs is on product photography. I hear it all the time – “I just need 2-3 basic photos – nothing really critical.” Continue reading

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