Book Review: Mastering Digital Wedding Photography by Paul Gero

Nothing gets you in the mood for a wedding photography conference like reading a book all about wedding photography on the flight out. I can say that Paul’s book “Mastering Wedding Photography” is one of the best books I have read on the subject. If you are a Sony shooter and looking to start shooting weddings or if you are thinking of switching, please do yourself a favor, and buy this book. Mastering Digital Wedding photography is by far the most informational book on the subject of using the Sony alpha system for weddings.

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Shooting The Championship Football Game with #SonyAlpha Mirrorless

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On Friday evening I was fortunate enough to score a media pass for the OHSAA Division 2 championship game at The Ohio State Stadium. The game was a bit of a blowout but one player on the field that really pulled through was the Sony Alpha a7. For everyone out there that says mirrorless isn’t for sports or you can’t do professional work with a mirrorless, I hate to say it but you are wrong! Take a look at the images I captured from the game!

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Review: Yongnuo YN-600 LED Panel

 

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A few weeks ago I picked up 3 of the Yongnuo YN-600 LED lights for a series of interviews I am working on. I purchased the lights because they have a variable white balance, came with a remote control and they could be controlled by bluetooth. If you are in the market for a low cost video light that has variable white balance, this is the light for you! Check out the full review below!

 

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Review: PhotoVia, take your workflow on the road!

OnOne is a software development company that focuses on improving your life as a photographer. They have a great suite of tools for Mac & PC  and they are constantly making better and faster improvements. As I was checking out the new version of the On1 Photo 10 I stumbled upon their mobile app section and downloaded their Photovia app. What a time saver! Think of lightroom mobile but better. Continue reading to see how I shaved a ton of time off of my workflow.

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