GoPro HERO3+ and HERO4 Essentials – Expanding the Camera

Posted on Feb 27, 2015 in GOPR0, Product Reviews

The Hero3+ and my new Hero4 are quickly becoming my favorite cameras out of the bunch. Its just so convenient and easy to carry with you on any adventure. I’ve been using gopro cameras for my own photography for about 2 and a half years now and I feel as if I’ve mastered the camera. […]

Radio Triggers for Fujifilm X100s – Portrait Session

Posted on Sep 23, 2013 in Fujifilm, Product Reviews
Radio Triggers for Fujifilm X100s – Portrait Session

This was my second time using the triggers for my fujifilm camera. I use the Flash Wave iii radio triggers and they work like a charm. Set up time takes a second, they’re responsive, easy to use, and durable. The leaf shutter on the fujifilm makes this combination an absolute joy to use. I used […]

The Camalapse – Spinning Time Lapse with GoPRO

Posted on Aug 12, 2013 in GOPR0, Product Reviews
The Camalapse – Spinning Time Lapse with GoPRO

There’s not much to say about the camalapse. It’s made out of a cheap plastic and feels very flimsy, but it does get the job done. There are markings around the bottom to set either a 15, 30, or 45 minute spinning timelapse. Of course you can stop it in between the markings as well. […]

Landscapes – Fujifilm X100s – Lee Seven5

Posted on Jul 27, 2013 in Fujifilm, Product Reviews
Landscapes – Fujifilm X100s – Lee Seven5

This is not a detailed and very informational write up. I just wanted to share the results I’ve been getting so far with the Fujifilm X100s. The Lee Seven5 filter system is brilliant! It took a while for the system to be in stock but when it was available, I purchased it right away from […]

ONA Bowery Camera Bag

Posted on Apr 23, 2013 in Product Reviews
ONA Bowery Camera Bag

A Camera bag that doesn’t suck I have tested and tried many camera bags. From shoulder bags to backpacks, I just about had enough until I found the ONA Bowery. You really do get what you pay for sometimes. I tried buying 50 dollar bags and 70 dollar bags but none of them quite satisfied. […]