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This is my blog about anything and everything photography. Gear reviews, editing tips, personal work, Instagram algorithm rants and much more to come. If you’re into this, I suggest to sign up for my email list.
This is my review of Voigtlander 35mm f1.4 lens. I took it for a spin around Portland and took some portraits. Verdict - it truly is one of the best lenses for Leica.
This is a review of the newest Fujifilm camera, the X-T3. It finally feels like a perfect fuji for weddings and a solid upgrade to the X-T2 which has been very popular among wedding photographers.
I got some film scans back from last two months, this feeling never gets old. So many memories, trips and happy faces. Everything shot on my Leica M2 and Kodak Portra 400 film.
Random rolls of film from past few months. All shot on Leica camera and Kodak film. I love shooting film because it slows me down and forces me to think more about the shot. Very refreshing in the middle of the wedding season.
This is a quick step by step tutorial about adding dust and scratches to your photos using Lightroom and Photoshop to achieve this popular vintage effect.
Adobe recently updated their camera profiles in Lightroom. Here's a comparison between old Adobe Standard and some of the newer profiles (Adobe Color as a new default).
Just a quick post about what's in my camera bag in 2018. I get asked about what camera and lenses I use all the time so I thought I create this page to give you a little insight into what I use to capture weddings, couples and my personal work.
These are my quick thoughts on recent news about Instagram Algorithm update that suppose to bring back chronological feed. Here are some advantages to this infamous Instagram algorithm and how we can use it for our own good, chronological or not.
This is my quick review of Opal - tool that will allow you to adjust preset strength and opacity in Lightroom while you're editing.
I wrote down some most common photo editing mistakes photographers do in Lightroom and how to avoid them. Our goal is to come up with timeless presets that will survive the test of time.
This is my Fuji camera review for wedding photographers. I test how easy is editing Fuji files compared to Canon files. Plus a FUJI preset.
Another photography editing tutorial, this time about achieving nice grainy texture. These tips should help you get moody film look for your digital files.
Photography Editing Tips for achieving film look with soft skin tones and muted earthy colors. These are not limited to Wedding Photography only.