Every time Sony releases a new camera a slew of Internet photography bloggers go on a tear about how Nikon is dead or is a brand for losers who won’t change. So in disagreement, I offer this review of my new Nikon Z7ii. I will also throw in a few shots from a Z6ii I rented last December while I waited for the camera to arrive.
Trump allies will host another MAGA rally in DC on January 6, including the Proud Boys. While I photographed counterprotestors objecting to the first two rallies for my photo book #NotMyPresident: Five Years of Resisting Trump, I am not going… Read More »4 Reasons I Am Passing on January 6 Counterprotests
Today, the Electoral College sealed Donald Trump’s fate by honoring the will of a majority of the American people, and formally casting 306 ballots for President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. I want to thank the many protestors… Read More »American Democracy Survived Today
My first solo photo book #NotMyPresident documents protests against Donald J. Trump and his presidency over a five-year period. It features many courageous protestors exercising their First Amendment Rights to protect civil rights and the very fabric of democracy. You… Read More »#NotMyPresident: Documenting the Heroes Who Protested
When it became clear the Nikon Z6 was tragically flawed with both major autofocus issues and intentionally stunted device (hello one slot), I passed and bought a Fuji XT-3. While a crop sensor device, the XT-3, and its newer sister… Read More »An Honest Review of the Fuji XT-3
People often ask me, “What type of photographer are you?” I offer a little glib reply, something like, “I shoot whatever I find interesting.” I resist labeling myself because labels carry inherent dangers. Once a photographer becomes classified, people have… Read More »What Kind of Photographer Are You?