In November 2014, I took my newly purchased Sony A7s, Sony A7r, Sony f4 70-200 mm lens, Sony f4 24-70 mm lens, Sony f4 16-35 mm lens, and a Sony f1.8 55 mm lens on my trip to The Big … Continue reading
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We arrived home this morning from our trip to Utah and Arizona. We left Scottsdale, Arizona on the 5:00 am on Thursday, May 11th and pulled into our driveway at 2:19 am the next morning- we were both fresh as daisies.
This calculator is used to determine the number of shots in the horizontal and vertical for a panorama. The user inputs the sensor size, lens focal length, % of frame overlap, horizontal rotation, and the vertical rotation.
I was trying to find a great article on sunscreen, and I came across this one on The Atlantic magazine. How to Choose the Best Sunscreen If you walk along South Beach right now, you might notice something strange, even … Continue reading
Southern Utah contains 5 National Parks, and each is an adventure unto itself. To get the maximum out of your trip you must plan. This article will help with your planning. Advice For Shooting in Utah’s National Parks A Post … Continue reading
If you are planning a trip to southern Utah, I would recommend visiting Snow Canyon, State Park. I was drawn to the park because of its unusual geological features- 27,000 years ago there was an active volcano. Also, many of … Continue reading