About a week before Christmas, I got the best gift I could have hoped for. Olympus sent me a pre-production “X” and I was pretty psyched
Prime v. Zoom Lenses. It’s one of those age-old battles like Mac v. PC, or Xbox v. Playstation. While it’s a subject that brings out passionate views from both sides, my goal in this presentation is not to take sides, but to give photographers a basic primer on the two types of lenses so that they can make better informed buying decisions.
To stand out in this crowded field you need to devote most of your time to marketing, not making photographs.
Many of us talk about learning to see, but few of us have any ideas we can articulate (with any specificity anyway) on the how. So, while I may stumble over my own words here, I am going to at least try.
No matter where I go, my photographs of eagles attract attention. I get many questions about how to do this work and while I have decades of experience that cannot be condensed into a blog post, I can give you some idea of how to photograph eagles, just in case you’re motivated to try it.
Robus RC-5570 Vantage Series 3 Mini Review