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Sometimes You Just Need To Wing It

I had the opportunity to spend some time up in San Francisco over Memorial Day weekend. I didn’t have enough time to hit all the spots on my list, but I got to the important places, and learned a lot in the process. I learned that you can never plan too much, and at the []

Your Photos Don’t Need A Critique

Photo critiques are often requested by new photographers who are just starting off. Usually the point is to try and figure out ways they can improve their photography. It’s a broken way of learning and IMHO, it should be avoided. Photography is a visual representation of your creativity. That’s it; nothing more, nothing less. As []

Guest Post: On the Importance of Commitment

Hello! Corey’s wife here, just wanting to drop by and discuss the obvious requirement for anyone with any type of passion for photography: commitment. Yes, I realize this is obvious, but I’m speaking from an outsider’s perspective here. I’ve watched my boyfriend/turned fiancee/turned husband casually pick up a camera and start taking some pictures. They []

The Mirrorless War against DSLRs

I don’t intentionally go against the grain. It’s just that I question everything. Call it a blessing or a curse, you decide. I live my life for me and by standards that coincide with who I am and who I want to be. I don’t typically follow current trends unless it makes sense for what []