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Marshall

Unboxing the Fuji GF 32-64 f4 Lens

July 07, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I recently had the luxury of unboxing the new Fuji GF 32-64 f4 lens for the GFX 50s from Fuji. So far this lens does not disappoint in any way. For anyone that is researching this lens or camera here is what you get in the box when the lens arrives. Check back for more videos.
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Unboxing the Fuji GF 120 f4 Lens

June 28, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I recently had the luxury of unboxing the new Fuji GF 120 f4 lens for the GFX 50s from Fuji. So far this lens does not disappoint in any way. For anyone that is researching this lens or camera here is what you get in the box when the lens arrives.
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Unboxing the Fuji GFX 50s

June 25, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I recently had the luxury of unboxing the new GFX 50s from Fuji. So far this camera does not disappoint in any way. For anyone that is researching this camera here is what you get in the box when it arrives.
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Quick Los Angeles Studio Update And Upcoming Shows

March 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
The quick update is the studio is coming along. It seemed to take forever to get the plumbing done, but it is finally complete. It always takes longer than you expect and many more trips to the hardware store than you want to admit (LOL). More importantly, the studio is almost setup to start taking new images. Will be sharing some of the lighting s...
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How To Adjust The Histogram in Lightroom

March 07, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Last week I blogged about moving my photography studio up to Los Angeles from San Diego, so I figured this week I will get back to the technical stuff. I will definitely get back to the studio stuff soon, explain how I am using the space, and how I'm setting up the lighting for some of my studio photography. Now on to the topic at hand. First, wha...
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New Studio In LA

February 27, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
As many of you know I moved out of my studio in December without anywhere new to go to. Well, I have finally landed on my feet in a new spot. The space is in downtown Los Angeles, CA, which will be a big change from the beach life I have come accustomed to over the last few years. Either way I am excited about the new opportunities and exploring m...
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Improve Your Color Output When Editing Digital Images Using Lightroom or DXO

February 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
The question of how I get my colors so real and vibrant comes up often when I show my printed color fine art work. So here is a little trick I picked up to improve the color in my images without needing any extra add-ons or tools other than Lightroom (LR) or DXO when you edit your digital images. If you would like to see more about my raw digital w...
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My Digital Raw Image Workflow

February 06, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
I've been asked by a few people what I use for a workflow as it relates to shooting raw images. How do I save them, store them, etc.? So I figured I would share my workflow with the world. First a little background: I started shooting raw files instead of jpeg images about 6 years ago due to the increased ability to work with those images in post...
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Field Camera Movements "Tilt"

January 30, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Last post, I talked about Shift and what its benefits were when you want to move an object in your composition. This post is going to be about the field camera movement Tilt. Tilt: Is when you tilt the front or rear of the camera. This changes both the focus and/or the shape of your image. Tilting the front of the camera changes the focus. This i...
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Field Camera Movements "Shift"

January 23, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
Last post, I talked about Rise and what its benefits were when you want to move an object in your composition. This post is going to be about the field camera movement Shift. Shift is very similar to Rise and Fall, and if you turned the camera on it's side it would be the exact same motion. Shift: Is where you move the front or rear of the camera...
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