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Why you should choose a mirrorless for your microstock activity?

As many people, I have been skeptical of the mirrorlesscamera, but now I had to think again on this issue.But because today those who work in microstock photography should buy a mirrorless?   Many photographers have told me that the best camera is the one you have at the time you need to take a picture. And mirrorless cameras have a huge advantage: they are small, light and compact.   This means that the camera kit (a camera body, two or three lenses, memory cards and a mini-... continue reading

Before and after photos!

Who doesn’t love a before and after photo comparison – whether it’s a weight loss success or a home renovation?As a weight loss mind coach I work with clients on an internal transformation. I show my clients how to move from a “Weight loss is hard and I can’t do it” mindset to one that says “I easily and enjoyable return to my natural, ideal weight”! Making this the default mindset results in sustainable behaviour change and finally the desired external transformation.The... continue reading

my first level 2 image

Hello everyone! This is my first level 2 image. Thank you all of my buyers and dreamstime. Good luck to all! continue reading

What does weight control have to do with photography?

What does weight control have to do with photography?It’s the time of year when many people are re-evaluating their diet goals and restrictions. Many people are questioning whether or not they can stick with a weight loss goal or live up to a life style change in diet and eating habits.Frustration in this can lead to just simply giving up, and in the end gaining back unwanted pounds.You may be asking yourself what weight control has to do with photography. Well let’s consider 3 points... continue reading

What Made The Cut

In my last entry, I talked (and complained!) about the 26 lb weight limit I faced for a safari trip to Africa.After much weighing of my options, literally and figuratively, here's what made the cut:Canon 1D Mark III bodyCanon 30D body as backupCanon 300 mm f/2.8L IS (heavy as heck, but I love it)Canon 70 - 200 f/2.8L IS (also heavy, but again I love it)Canon 17 - 40 f/2.8LCanon 1.4 teleconverterGitzo carbon fiber monopodBlower brushMacBook (which I consider essential... continue reading

Twenty-Six Pounds!

While getting ready for a safari trip (about which I will write much more in coming weeks, I hope), I am confronted by an extremely strict weight limit:26 pounds!This must include checked baggage and carry-on, toothbrush, clothing and camera :(Winnowing down my choices has been extremely difficult.What's more valuable for a safari?A wide angle to get the most from the landscape, or a flash for indoor shots of family post game ride?What do I need more, another book, or a back-up battery?... continue reading

And Another Equipment Issue. . .

Tripods!Is carbon fiber really worth the extra $?Currently, I use a Bogen-Manfrotto tripod (I think it's model 3021B).It's fine--tall, and relatively sturdy--but it's HEAVY.Hauling it around when I already have a camera body or two in hand is a hassle.I'm not super happy with the ball head, either (also Bogen-Manfrotto).It works, but it's not all that easy to adjust, especially with a heavy camera/lens combo.I've been checking out the Gitzo Mountaineer tripods, and even tinkered... continue reading

How would you do it?

How in the space of less than 1 short year, would you set about going from being in this shape to being in this one? Craig today!In this case, it took a lot of work.The doctors were after Craig to lose weight because of the trouble with his knees.Luckily, the VA hospital has a program called "MOVE" which helps overweight veterans to lose the weight.We learned to read the labels, check the portion sizes! and to get up off our lazy duffs and get moving.We chose to follow (sorta) South Beach... continue reading

happy birthday - you're stupid and old

well thats how i felt today anyway.yes,it was my birthday, i am now 52.an achievement in a way, i have lost many friends at a much,much younger age.however, today it seemed every piece of technology in my house was out to get memy eyes were blurry from trying to use my glasses to photograph in macromy head hurt all day and still does... continue reading

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