A busy month of photography festivals, testing my new Sony a1 camera and photographing Yukon wildlife as we finally start to thaw out from a long winter.
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March was filled with several exciting film productions, and some seasonal wildlife photography opportunities closer to home.
This month I spent much of my time chasing the incredible northern lights around the Yukon and was able to capture some of the best displays I have ever seen.
A winter visit to Dawson City and Tombstone Territorial Park to gather city scenes and beautiful landscapes.
MindShift Gear just launched a new series of Rotation 180 backpacks and I have been using them for months to test them out.
Other World Computing (OWC) recently asked me if I'd like to write a guest post on their blog. OWC...
Peak Design is donating 100% of their profits from this week’s sales of the new Travel Tripod to COVID-19 and environmental relief.
Today Peak Design launched a huge sale that runs through until April 6th. Almost everything on their website is 20-40% off.
In the wake of difficulties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Adobe is giving existing subscribers a chance to get 2 free months of Creative Cloud subscription. This is not automatic though, you must follow the specific steps that I have laid out.
I’m judging the LensCoat nature and wildlife photo contest this year. There’s just one day left to enter. Let’s see what you’ve got!
If you are experiencing issues with copying your Time Machine backup from one drive to another, I have the best solution.
Of course there have been questions about this. Hopefully this clears things up for everyone.
If you’re looking for a sleeping bag that can keep you safe and comfortable in extreme temperatures, I have some advice.
I’m just packing for a trip to Hornby Island off the coast of Vancouver Island where I will once again be photographing sea lions underwater. Here’s what I’m taking with me…
These are the first three things that I always buy for any new camera that I get. In this case it was the Sony A9 II, but you can apply this thinking to any other camera as well.