Buying Christmas gifts for the photographer in your life can be tricky. Even when that photographer is YOU!
Oh c’mon. Don’t pretend you don’t snag a few choice items for yourself along the way, thinking no one will notice.
I see you.
Honey, I AM you!
That’s why I decided to put this list together with both you AND them in mind. They’ve been great… and you’ve been AWESOME this year! You both deserve a li’l sumthin-sumthin. 😉
One of my parameters in making this list: no “photography poodles”. Meaning: no lens mugs, flower lens caps or macrame camera straps. No photography jewelry or kitchy t-shirts. Plenty of places to find those, this doesn’t have to be one of them.
Mostly, my idea here is to help get your brain going, get you going in some direction in your gift quest. Small stuff, big stuff… it’s all here. The rule: it all had to be useful. Proven. Some super practical, some just for fun. But all stuff I’d be delighted to get and put to work.
You can also have a gander at my Top 10 Travel Tips for a few things not listed here.
So here we go. I broke it all down into 5 groups: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced, Professional and one I’m calling Lady Photographers and Other Humans Continue reading “My 2015 “Gifts For Photographers & Other Humans” Lineup!”
Guffaw! I never thought I’d write a headline like that. BUTT… you asked. I listened.
I’ll keep it short (mark this day on your calendar!).
Hey, You Asked!
You asked: “Would you show a side-by-side comparison of your DSLR vs. Mirrorless set up so we can see the difference?”
I answered: “Why sure!” So.. here it is:
Continue reading “How I Instantly, Painlessly Dropped 7 Pounds On The Mirrorless Diet!”
Ladies, can we travel-chat for a minute?
Gentlemen; you’re welcome to hang out too, but if underwear and lady things make you blush… well, consider yourself forewarned!
I love to travel (don’t we all?). But I HATE to be more uncomfortable than necessary. Admit it, so do you!
I’m betting I’m also not alone in having a few physical issues that can ruin my day if I don’t take a few simple precautions. My mother was a Girl Scout leader… I’m an ex-horse trainer… which means this vital lesson is in ingrained my cells: BE PREPARED!!
For my recent month-long trip to France, I knew I needed to relearn what I had learned, as Yoda might say. So, I spent HOURS before my recent month-long trip to France looking through Smarter Travel dot com’s website for the best solutions I could find (I subscribe to their newsletter – it’s genius!). I watched videos on packing. I revamped my luggage configuration completely. I obsessed for weeks. And I never got tired of checking out how other people succeed at travel.
Continue reading “My Top 10 Head-to-Toe Travel Tools ‘n Tips”