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  • The G.A.S Has Returned Again

    Here are some new photos from my recent road trip a whopping 10 minute drive from my house. I actually been going here way too much and you’d recognize it from my last post so I need to give this location a break for a while. I wanted to visit here one more time to try a cityscape of North Sydney with the 100-400mm which you can see above. Sadly…

  • The Big Test

    Welcome to my second post for the month of January. In terms of shooting it’s been both busy and quiet. I’ve been doing a lot of experiment shots and trying to get used to the sensor and it’s quirks. Matching the Competition For a long time Canon copped a lot of heat for the amount of dynamic range in their sensors. I personally didn’t see it as that much of…

  • The New Bokeh Monster

    Welcome to the last few days of June and a very exciting post for me. I had posted back in March that I was trying to decide if it was worth selling my Sony FE 85mm f/1.8. Back then I felt it wasn’t worth it and convinced myself that for all this time. Of course after a few months, the temptation to upgrade had come back. I was still a…

  • One Lens Leaves While Another Arrives

    This past weekend, I said goodbye to one lens and hello to another. Recently I posted about selling my Canon EF 16-35mm f/4L IS in favor of the Sony FE 16-35mm f/2.8 GM. I already went into why I made the switch on my review, so I won’t repeat it here. Despite the fact that the Sony 16-35 GM is one of, if not the best lens I’ve used to…

  • Just Go Shoot

    There’s a few things I want to cover in this post. First off, yes this is another self portrait. Any time I get sick of my display picture on social media, this is my answer to that problem. Rather than use a mirror like people typically use, I had the A7III and the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art on a tripod. I always do the same pose for all my self…

  • Here and There

    Below are a bunch of casual images I took recently but don’t really need the own post. All except the lantern were taken last weekend. The lantern was actually inside the Westfield in San Francisco. I have a few more posts planned and some new projects too that I’m excited to work on. Once they are ready I’ll be sure to announce them here 😀

  • Sights Set

    This was a post that was meant to be released several months ago now but got lost in my drafts. It was taken when I went to shoot the sunrise of Barangaroo. The reason for the title “Sights Set” was at that point, I had just got a new job at the middle tower Barangaroo. This is what gave me the reason for the title. I’m happy to say I’ve…

  • The Beginning of Something Special

    As I previously mentioned, I recently got the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art. I was excited to give it a try so I went out on the weekend to do some portraits. Here are some of the images I took with my beautiful new lens :p

  • Bridge

    These images were taken at Circular Quay last month. We went for a short walk and I took the Tamron 28-75 rather than take my 35mm. I have a trip next month to Hawaii and San Francisco and will only be taking the Tamron. The portrait above I took with the Tamron as well. I really like the way it renders images at 75mm. The more I use this lens the…

  • Myself

    I do a few self portraits each year and I decided to use my new Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 as a test. Often, I find self portraits quite challenging. I’m more used to being behind the camera so I find it hard to pose naturally as I am usually more worried about composition. Using the Play Memories app does help but I still prefer to be the one photographing someone else.…