Here’s a quick tip to help with your at home printing. If you haven’t used your printer in a while then there is a chance that one of the nozzles will get clogged. Now the nozzles can get clogged at any point and in reality it’s not some giant rock that’s usually the culprit. It’s […]
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Today marks a little less known day in the history of the air war during World War II. Five Curtiss H75 Fighters of the French Air Force engage German Bf 109’s and shoot down two. This was the first French air to air victory during WWII and also marks the first for the allies, although […]
While at home in California I had the opportunity to shoot with the new Nikon 105mm f/1.4. Now I have never spent much time shooting with prime lenses or super narrow depth field. It’s a technique that I haven’t found a place for in my photography. The point of the narrow depth of field is […]
I’ve been using GoPro’s for a couple of years now and they are a very handy camera to have. With their small size, good quality and versatile mounting setups they can be very useful. With my latest aviation project the need to upgrade to the Hero 4 Silver to solve certain issues was a must. […]
Happy Labor Day 2016! Today isn’t just a holiday giving most people a three day weekend, it’s a day to say thanks for all the labor groups that have helped keep this country moving forward. At the same time today marks the unofficial end to summer. Being home in California at the moment I can […]
Starting today are some big savings on select Nikon bodies and gear at B&H. Click the link to the see the available options.
We’re three weeks away from the beginning of the Fall Season which is one of my favorite seasons in the Rocky Mountains. Not only does the season bring great color but cool temperatures and more moisture to put out those annoying forest fires which the smoke has engulfed the valley. Right now is a little […]
Today marks the first flight of the North American P-64. While this plane is an upgraded version of the NA-50 which went to the Peruvian Air Force. The P-64 was originally designated the NA-68 which was supposed to go to the Royal Thai Air Force but didn’t ship out at the last minute. Today only […]
If you’re trying to show how big something is then scale is important. Often times I see landscape images where there is a rock or log in the foreground as an anchor and also to give some scale. But that can be misleading as you don’t know how big those items are to begin with. […]