Category Archives: For Photographers

F-Stop Gear’s Kashmir Review

As any photographer will tell you – the search for the right bag(s) to transport our precious gear is a marathon, not a sprint. Lots of times this marathon is littered with multiple bags serving multiple purposes all in the search of the *perfect* bag. (You should see my gear closet) Further complicating the process is…

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A New Thing | Pursuit Conference 2016

Newness – there is so much of it in my life recently. While ‘new’ is usually considered a good thing it isn’t always. With some instances of new there is profound sadness & loss. A new reality comes with the cost of mourning the previous reality. Sometimes that previous reality is one we wish to…

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Gear Review | Thinktank International V2

In this new year, with new (Canon) gear I thought it would be fun to do some updated gear reviews. While I do plan to do more in-depth reviews on all of my bodies/lenses, I find those to be somewhat readily available. There are lots of people out there who have reviewed every Canon camera…

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Spring Cleaning – Creative Style

So, if you’ve been visiting my blog for a while (bless you if this is you) you have seen me go through a number of designs & looks. Creating a consistent brand, when the brand is yourself & you love ‘all the things’ is no cake walk. In fact, it proved to be too overwhelming…

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6 Months in Canon-land | My Switch Re-Cap

So, I’m coming up on the six-month mark of jumping ship from Nikon to Canon. I’ve had a few people ask me whether the honeymoon was over, if I’m happy with the decision I made & what gear I’ve invested in at this point. So I thought I’d answer those questions here with a little…

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