Monthly Archives: September 2011
photographer is only as good as the equipment he uses Nikon to Photographers: Our stuff is better than you!

Earlier today Nikon posted on their Facebook  page: “A photographer is only as good as the equipment he uses, and a good lens is essential to taking good pictures! Do…

What? What is a Kodak Moment Worth?

Ah Kodak, the camera company of the ages. They are ingrained into our society like baseball and apple pie. But what exactly is that “Kodak Moment” worth? Very little it turns out….

seidl_creations New Logo?

Some of you may have noticed our new logo. It’s new, it’s shiny and I think it is damn sexy.

photosynth Microsoft Photosynth, What?

I am sure we have all at one point or another seen a panorama. They are one of the best ways to capture all that is a landscape. But what if…

simulator Learning? Use a Simulator

It’s hard to learn a cameras manual settings. No way around that! Judging the exact settings at first requires a large amount of guessing and testing. Which also means a…

Infantry Advace WWII Photos That Strike

World War II was, without question the greatest conflict of the last 100 years. It was during this time that the art of photographing a battle began to mature. These…

photo nikon 1 Nikon 1: Holy Cow

For the first time in almost 50 years Nikon has changed their entire stance on camera manufacturing. This is big, really big. It comes in the form of the Nikon…

5698472506_4d8f781349_b Rainy Day Shooting

The last few days have been rainy. I don’t mean sprinkles either. No, I mean pissing rain. Last time I checked rain and electronics do not mix well. The last…

Freedom tower (HDR) Surrealistic View

Sometimes looking out at the New york skyline the view almost has a surrealistic feel. Looking up and for a split second and wondering why you can’t see those two…

Capture Volcanoes From Space

Growing up in the state of Washington, I have been exposed to my fair share of volcanic activity. I remember quite vividly watching Mt. St. Helens erupting many a time…