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I’ve done some research prior to buying my new Sony a6300 to find out about all the lens options I have for the camera and I figured I’ll share what I found with anyone that might be interested. This list features all the APS-C E-Mount lenses that are currently available.
Today I want to share with you the shortlist of travel & landscape photographers that inspire me. I love seeing their new photos, and I get plenty of ideas from seeing their work and post-processing techniques. Inspiration in photography is key, in my opinion, and these guys provide me with plenty 🙂
As my 10 stop ND filter experiment continues, part 2 takes place at the beach during sunset, which isn’t the best idea for using a 10 stop ND filter, but on that a little later. I waited for a good cloudy day, so I can go out and get some good sunset shots at the
It’s Passover here in Israel, and that means that during the week-long holiday, pretty much everyone in Israel is going out to explore Israel and travel wherever they can. And so did I with a group of friends. We took a long (too long) drive to the Dead Sea area to the Mishmar Stream track.
As I mentioned in a previous post about my Dead Sea Night & Sunrise Shooting workshop, it was the first time I actually managed to use my 10 stop ND filter and get some decent-looking images with it. That got me pretty excited since using a 10 stop filter opens up a whole new world for me
As I mentioned in my Lapland summary post, my photography spark was ignited, and I wasn’t going to let it die off as I did after my big world-traveled 2.5 years ago. Hence, I signed up for a photography workshop in the Dead sea to shoot some night and sunrise photos. I never really took
If you want to increase your brand recognition and acquire more potential customers, you should present your product professionally. With that, you should have the best camera for product photography. Meanwhile, there are many options in the market, making it challenging for you to choose the best one for your needs.
Everything was pretty much set for my upcoming trip to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa. All except for one little thing – how will I carry my camera around for those 7 days without having it damaged by the cold, rain, and the trek itself.