Photography Archive

How To Photograph Fireworks eBook!

Do you wish you could photograph fireworks better? Do you have difficulty photographing fireworks? If the answer to either of these questions is “yes,” you should check out the new eBook I co-authored, detailing how to photograph fireworks. The eBook, called Fireworks Photography, is a collaborative effort between me and those crazy hooligans, Cory and

Kingdom Camera Rentals Review

Kingdom Camera Rentals is the newest specialty rental service catered to Walt Disney World guests, and unlike similar services for strollers, golf carts, and RVs, this one is right up my alley. I had first heard about Kingdom Camera Rentals a few months ago, and was intrigued. Admittedly, I have not been a big proponent

Most Popular Disney Photography Gear

The results from our Disney Photography Survey are in! The purpose of the survey was to get some information so that I can write photography content that will appeal to readers more in the future, but I thought the results were pretty interesting and worth sharing. All told, we have had 287 people respond to

Nikon D600 Sample Photos

In my Nikon D600 Review that I posted upon first receiving my D600, I mostly presented lab-style shots comparing the camera to the Nikon D700 and Nikon D7000. As I’m not too keen on cold and calculated lab-style photos (most photographers edit their photos and don’t confine themselves to lab settings when actually taking photos),

Nikon D600 Review

The Nikon D600 is the first “entry level” full frame DSLR. This D600 review offers real world comparison photos from Nikon D600 and D700 and D7000, the two cameras to which the Nikon D600 has been (sometimes pejoratively) compared. As I presently own all three cameras, I thought these controlled tests in addition to my

Nikon D7000 Review

Our Nikon D7000 review includes specs, price, sample photos and comparisons to other DSLR cameras so you can determine whether the Nikon D7000 crop sensor digital camera is right for you. For those unfamiliar with the Nikon D7000, it’s a “pro-sumer” (or what Nikon calls its “professional-standard camera”) DSLR that, depending upon how you look

Nikon 18-200mm VR Lens Review

This photography review covers the Nikon 18-200mm Nikkor f/3.5-5.6G ED DX VR, which is viewed as a great “vacation lens” or “superzoom” for photographers. This seemingly makes it the perfect lens for Walt Disney World or Disneyland photography. What this means is that, while it compromises image quality, speed, and build quality, it compensates for

Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 Lens Review

This Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 review discussed the pros and cons of this mid-range zoom lens, plus has a ton of sample photos that I have taken in real world shooting with the lens. While I have a full page (and then some) devoted to different photography equipment, accessory, book, and software recommendations for Walt Disney