Dealing with the Haters – What Do You Do When You Get Hate Mail? – Photographer Inspiration
As the saying goes among professional photographers, “You know you’ve arrived when you get your first hate mail”. But honestly? That still doesn’t stop that first scathing comment from hurting your feelings. A lot.
Exciting News: 5D mk3 Testing & Rumors!!! CameraTalk w/ Matthew Saville
After a bout of slightly disappointing rumors from the Canon rumor mill, things are REALLY starting to look up for the replacement to the 5D mk2. I’ll cut right to the chase:
Sigma CEO Passes Away – A Tribute From Matthew Saville
Michihiro Yamaki, the CEO and founder of Sigma Corporation, recently passed away from liver cancer. As you may know I am a huge fan of Sigma lenses and products, I have used their lenses for years in both my hobby and professional work.
CES Coverage – What’s hot for 2012 in Consumer Electronics – CameraTalk w/ Matthew Saville
Well, CES is just about wrapping up now and it’s been a semi-exciting week so far!
Of course the Nikon D4 was announced just in time for CES, and is of course the most exciting announcement for myself I wish I were there to try it out a little bit!
It’s Not The Camera, It’s The Photographer – An Inspirational Article by Matthew Saville
Photographers LOVE to say “it’s not the camera, it’s the photographer!” …Then they pull out their $5,000 camera, slap on a $2,000 lens and a $500 flash,
Zack Arias “Transform” – Required Viewing in the Off-Season – CameraTalk w/ Matthew Saville
At least once a year, I make time to watch this video. Â Usually, around this time of year when there’s not much to shoot, but still TONS to get done if you want to pay your bills as a photographer.
Canon Rumors Update – mk2 L lenses in 2012! – Cameratalk w/ Matthew Saville
As I previously predicted in a recent article, rumors of a Canon 24-70 mk2 are taking shape. (CanonRumors.com) This is in-line with the age of the current version of the lens and the time it took for other lenses to get a mk2 update. (Such as the 16-35 mk1/mk2, and the f/1.2 L’s…)