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A moody day down at the Pacifica pier

January 10, 2016 0

Another storm is on its way in, so I decided to see if I could capture some moody, stormy shots from down at the Pacifica pier.

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Shooting the Sunset and Time-lapse at Mori Point

September 22, 2015 0

I was able to get out a few weeks back to hike up to Mori Point in Pacifica to capture a photo and time-lapse at sunset.

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I simply love sunsets. Here’s a few examples why…

July 30, 2015 0

I was looking through some of my older photos recently and came across a few of my sunsets.  They made me…

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My recent trip to South Korea

July 23, 2015 0

Last month I traveled to South Korea. It was a fully-packed itinerary – visiting Seoul and Busan. I thought I’d share a few fun photos from that trip. Enjoy!

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Here are my custom menu settings for my Fuji X-T1

February 25, 2015 17

To date, I’ve had a combination of over 750 emails, tweets, DM’s, Facebook & G+ messages asking me what settings do I use for my Fuji X-T1. In this post, I’ve decided to show my custom settings and why/how I use them for my different uses.

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Setting up PocketWizards to work with strobes for your Fuji x camera – a simple how to

January 27, 2015 4

This is a simple how-to on setting up your PocketWizard MiniTT1, FlexTT5, and a Sekonic L-478DR light meter with built in…

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Using RAW or SOOC jpegs with Fuji X? – A discussion

December 10, 2014 14

I’ve been exploring more and more using the jpegs that come straight out of camera as my selects – for clients. I’ve noticed that there seems to be something beautiful and magical about these files.

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Do I even miss my DSLR anymore?

May 13, 2014 11

You can’t read a photography blog or website anymore without some mention of Fuji being the “DSLR killer.”  I’ve read countless…

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Traveling and editing like a boss with a Fuji X-T1 + iPad & Lightroom mobile

April 22, 2014 16

Remember the days when you were traveling and had to lug around your heavy, full-size DSLR? Those days are long over.