As my (modest) online presence continues to grow (including my recent ambassadorship with Tether Tools), opportunities to share my knowledge and passion of photography have begun to present themselves. Earlier in the year, I was interviewed by Rangefinder Magazine writer Greg Scoblete about the benefits of tethering and my overall workflow…Read More
A few months ago I was approached by TetherTools to showcase my workflow in their upcoming #HowIGotTheShot series done in partnership with PhotoShelter. I am not usually one for on-camera appearances as I prefer to be behind the lens, but this was a great opportunity to share some of my knowledge and experience with others.Read More
A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of playing host to the Pro Lighting Workshop by Broncolor Canada in my studio. This great touch 'n try event was made possible thanks to the collaboration of retailers B3K Digital and Henry's, showcasing the latest gear tech from Broncolor, Phase One, and Hasselblad.Read More
Ever since I moved to my new Studio 311, I have been debating on which route to go for my new lighting system. It's been a couple of months since I tested out my lighting options between the Profoto B1 / D1 and Broncolor Siros, thanks to Sam Tsang of BetaBox Studio for the opportunity. The results after a day of shooting with both systems are that I loved the portability of the battery-powered Profoto B1, but preferred the light quality (colour temperature as well) of the Broncolor Siros.Read More
Last Thursday, I received an invite from Phase One to check out their latest and greatest offering - the XF 100MP camera system. Truth be told, I haven't had much experience with medium format cameras other than an impulse purchase a decade ago of a Mamiya 645AFD, just because it was a deal that I couldn't pass up. I no longer have that Mamiya and have since gotten the urge to get my fingers on a medium format system, so I was thrilled about the invite so I could share my experience.
Before I get into it, I want to apologize for the poor photo quality below of the behind-the-scenes. Those shots were taken with my iPhone 6, boasting an awesome (insert sarcasm here) 8-megapixel camera and the dynamic range ofRead More