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A Second Look at the Nocticron

Controversial to some, magical to others there’s no doubt that the Leica Nocticron is welcome addition to the high end of the M43 system. Reading about the lens online I see two types of people commenting – 1 – those who have used the lens/understand what it is 2 – those who have not used […]

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The White Room Interviews – Giulio Sciorio

Happy to be the first in this series. A no hold’s barred interview of yours truly at PhotoGroup Austin. If you dig this or have any comments let me know. Love your feedback on this. You can learn more about Photogroup by visiting their website - photogroupaustin.com G

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Katie and Justin – A Hybrid Wedding Experiment

If you circle me on Google Plus, you’ll often read about my experiments in photography. Creative experimentation for me is among the most valuable exercises as an artist that I can imagine. Experimenting allows me to grow creatively and sometimes, if I work the results into my business, finically as well. The photography world is […]

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America’s Next Top Model is Going Hybrid: Could This Keep The Art From Mainstream Pros?

UPDATE – I got a friendly email this morning by Co-Founder of Flixel, Bretton MacLean who corrected me on the pricing. I’m happy to say that the $20 HD in app purchase is a one time purchase. That’s HUGE as it puts Flixel Pro into the price range I thought would be needed to gain […]

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Is professional photography as we know it dead?

For many photographers, the last few weeks were pretty intense. Adobe announced that they are moving all their products to the cloud while Marissa Mayer declared that ‘there’s really no such thing as professional photographers.’  Both events really upset many, however it begs the question – Is professional photography as we know it dead? My answer – […]

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Austin Advertising Campaign Recap Part 3: Adapting For Consumer Demand

After wrapping the hybrid advertising campaign for precision rifle maker Tracking Point in Austin, I sat down with Giulio Sciorio to talk about the 2 week photoshoot.  In the final segment of this three part interview, Giulio talks about how how photographers need to adapt to consumer demand.  Consumers are demanding better, more involved content from companies.  In […]

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Austin Advertising Shoot Recap Part 2: “Technology Changing Photography”

After wrapping the hybrid advertising campaign for precision rifle maker Tracking Point in Austin, I sat down with Giulio Sciorio to talk about the 2 week photoshoot.  In Part 2 of this three part interview, Giulio  talks about how camera technology is changing the way photography is made. Giulio shows how he has used the built in WiFi feature […]

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