5 Snapseed Presets (QR Looks) - Architecture Volume 2

I’ve been creating my own presets using Google Snapseed for a while now, strictly for my own personal use but did not see much value in sharing them until a friend convinced me it would be worth the effort. So here are five of my favorite presets, tailored specifically for architecture photos, easy to import in seconds via the Google Snapseed QR code!

Goals for 2019 and Beyond

Goals for 2019 and Beyond

I’ve never been one to make, never mind stick to, New Year’s resolutions. However, I do like to reflect on the past year and then outline my personal goals for the year ahead. A major difference from past years will be this blog post, in the past I usually shared these thoughts on social media (more on this later). So let’s get on with it…starting with my 2018 retrospective.

5 Snapseed Presets - Architecture Volume 1

I’ve been creating my own presets using Google Snapseed for a while now, strictly for my own personal use but did not see much value in sharing them until a friend convinced me it would be worth the effort. So here are five of my favorite presets, tailored specifically for architecture photos, easy to import in seconds via the Google Snapseed QR code!

Travel photography in the age of the iPhone

Travel photography in the age of the iPhone

On my recent trip to the U.K. and Norway I carried with me two photographic tools; my trusty Olympus OMD E-M5 II and my iPhone 7 Plus. My primary reason for bringing a dedicated camera was to capture the incredible vistas I was sure to encounter in the Norwegian fjords with some condideration for general travel photography for time spent in the U.K. I even packed my 12-50mm lens so I would not miss out on any wide-angle shots that landscape photographers love so much. So that was my plan...use the Olympus for the serious shots and the iPhone for candid "on-the-go" photos...except that's not how things worked out.