EDU EXPO 2016…

At the very end of January I had the incredible honor of being asked by Phottix and the PhotoVideoEDU group to do a workshop at their EDU Expo hosted by Roberts Camera.  It was an incredible event that consisted of some incredibly talented photographers and videographers from around the United States who are full time…Read More


Looking Back on 2015…

December 31st.  End of another year and beginning of the next one.  As I was young I was taught that it’s the Journey, not the destination that is important but really life is the journey and not the time between January 1st and Dec 31st yes? It’s nice to be able to break it up…Read More


The NEW Sigma 20mm F1.4 Review…

For years and years photographers of the “old school” of thought swore by their prime lenses like they were the air they breathed.  For years back in the day on film zoom lenses really were nothing but a good way to carry a range of focal lengths in your bag while *possibly* getting something that…Read More


Looking Back…

So in a strange twist yesterday I was able to tell not one, but two stories of my fabled college photography professor named Tim Fuller.   Tim was an incredible individual whom while seemed overly harsh at the time of my schooling I now know was only doing what was in the best interest of photography. …Read More


Phottix Review…

The other day I was telling a friend of mine that I found some new gear to be in love with but he would never guess what.  It’s not some crazy new never been though of gadget, or something that will revolutionize the way we take pictures or talk on our smart phones.  No, nothing…Read More


Shooting Double…

Very recently was a night of momentous occasion as far as lunar cycles go.  It was the first time a Super Blood Moon appeared since 1982, not to be seen again until 2033.  What is the Super Blood moon?  The Super Blood Moon is when the moon goes into full eclipse from the Earth’s Shadow…Read More


National Champions…

As a photographer I greatly look forward to the opportunity to shoot something new and different, in as many new and different ways as possible.  So when USA Today asked me to shoot the P&G Gymnastics championships here in Indianapolis I was not only excited but I was also a bit unnerved as I’d never…Read More


The Sigma 24-35F2 Review…

Word around the web when this lens was announced spread like a California Wildfire.   It was a momentous occasion if I do say so myself.  The lens (as the title states) is the NEW Sigma 24-35F2 lens, and the pomp and circumstance about its announcement was not because of it’s super bright F2 aperture. …Read More


Indy Eleven Workshop Recap!

Hello there! Welcome back to the blog which has been in Blackout mode for the last couple of weeks.  Yes it’s been mostly intentional, and yes I’m sorry if you’ve been itching a mean one for content (have you been?).  Anyway, a little over a week ago I hosted a Sports Photography Workshop with Roberts…Read More


The Manfrotto 190GO…

Technology is a fact of life.  Many say that technology is killing the photography industry in the sense that the better cameras are making it easier for ANYONE to go out and make awesome photos.  While technology IS in fact getting better, I firmly believe that the technology is much more allowing of good photographers…Read More