Planning, Patience, and a Polarizer Pays Off…

By Jeff Greene We recently bought a new home in Enumclaw, WA which is only about 25 miles from Mt.Rainier. But with an elevation of 14,411' and a prominence over 13,000' high, it looks a helluva lot closer than that.  Mt. Rainier dominates the town's skyline and its looming presence on a clear day is … Continue reading Planning, Patience, and a Polarizer Pays Off…

Choosing the Right Lens

The most common question I hear upon arriving on scene at nearly every photo workshop photo opportunity is; "Hey Jeff, what lens should I use?" In most cases, I'll recommend the lens that will provide the best composition, but I always encourage the attendees to bring along a couple of different lenses to create different variations of the scene. Nearly every landscape will provide … Continue reading Choosing the Right Lens

Clean Your Own Camera Sensor

Sensor dust.  The scourge of  DSLR photographers everywhere... The hot, dry summer months, along with increased camera use during vacation adds up to lots of dirty sensors. Considering that most photographers have likely never cleaned their sensors,  it's a sure bet that most digital cameras in use today have a significant amount of debris on their … Continue reading Clean Your Own Camera Sensor

5 Cool Features on the New Canon EOS 7D Mark II

 By Jeffrey M. GreeneCanon has finally upgraded it’s popular EOS 7D DSLR with the new Canon EOS 7D Mark II. The 7D Mark II has a pro-level set of cutting-edge features and a robust, ergonomic design. The new 20.2 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor with Dual DIGIC 6 Image Processors, plus a host of new and refined … Continue reading 5 Cool Features on the New Canon EOS 7D Mark II