With all the different kinds of camera brands and accessories out there, it can be really overwhelming to decide what to buy. Over the past five years, I've purchased various brands, tested things out, sent stuff back, and now have my go-to gear that I use every...
I've been checking the weather nearly every day, waiting for the right conditions to head out in the canoe for the first time this year. Yesterday morning was it. Full sun, no wind, ice-free, and the loons had returned... There was no way anything was stopping me. So...
For me, spring in Wisconsin is the most challenging time of year to photograph. It’s that span of time where everything’s brown, nothing is blooming yet, and things just seem plain old ugly. Here are my tried and true spring photography tips for making the Midwest look pretty this time of year.
After much deliberation and research, I finally decided to order the Sigma 150-600mm telephoto lens. I'm really excited about it because I've been wanting to get more into wildlife photography especially now that I'm living in northern Wisconsin. There are so many...
Take a close look at your phones camera lens before snapping your photo. Chances are, it's got a few smudges on it from being in your pocket, your purse, or your hand. When cleaning your lens, it's best to use a soft cloth, such as these inexpensive microfiber cloths...
This has been my main photo app from the start. I've had it for years and it's still the one I use the most! It's easy to navigate and I really like the look of their filters. I use VSCO mainly for my Instagram stories. I'll take a photo on my phone and then open it...
This winter, I was determined to try this whole boiling water trick out for myself. So early one morning, Sean and I got the water ready, grabbed the camera, and headed out to the lake. Here are some tips on how you can turn boiling water into snow (and photograph it).
Last Tuesday, Sean surprised me with a DJI Mavic Air for my 27th birthday! I was so excited and couldn’t wait to play around with it so this past weekend, we had our first flight!
Every photographer wants nice, sharp images. But sometimes, for beginner’s, that doesn’t always happen. Here are three reasons why your photos aren’t sharp (and how to fix them).
Memorial Day is this weekend! It’s time to enjoy the weather, spend time with loved ones, and capture the memories for years to come. Here are three Memorial Day photography tips to give you some ideas on what to photograph this weekend.
Today, we’re going to go behind the scenes to last nights photo shoot. I want to show you the ones that didn’t make the cut and how we ended up getting the shot above.
There are so many awesome places around this state to photograph so I’ve come up a few ideas that’ll hopefully inspire you to grab your camera and go. Here is my Wisconsin photography bucket list!
For this post, I filtered through about 2,000 photos in my Lightroom catalog and determined that these are my most used camera settings.
Seeing the northern lights is one of the coolest life experiences out there. Here are my tips on how to photograph the northern lights.
One of my favorite things is photographing animals. Here are five tips for capturing your furry friends!
ISO is one of the three main pillars of photography. I’ve created guides for aperture and shutter speed, so now check out my beginner’s guide to ISO!
I thought I’d give you an inside look at my beginner photography workshops with a few photos I took during the last one!
There are three main components in order to achieve proper exposure: Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO. In this beginner’s guide, I will go over shutter speed!
Check out my super simple beginner’s guide to aperture!
Capturing sun flares is actually fairly simple. Keeping reading for tips and tricks!
It’s that time of year. Snowy trails, iced-over lakes, and bitter cold temperatures. Here are five tips for photographing this season.
I want to help you find your camera! I’ve compiled a list of the best cameras for every budget.
Depth of field can be a tricky thing to wrap your mind around. Here I’ve laid out five tips to help understand it further.
We kicked off the trip with two days exploring Edinburgh, Scotland. We explored the streets, visited some pubs, saw the famous Edinburgh Castle, had a pastry in a cute Scottish cafe, and even found the street that JK Rowling used as inspiration for Diagon Alley.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas! Mine was really lovely. One of my brothers who lives in Denver came home for the holidays. He hasn't been home in about two years so it was great to celebrate as a whole family. He brought his puppy too! On the morning of...
This undiscovered fishing village is a gem in the bustling country of England.