I love tools just as much as any photographer. However, without an artist and the creative process, tools are just tools. Yes, I want to purchase the best tools I can afford, and it is often true, you get what you pay for. However, most of us have a limited budget, and we have to be wise in purchasing the right tools. Don’t be swayed by thinking that to create amazing images you have to have all the bells and whistles. You can rock the world with one camera, one lens and one light. The bottom line is just get out and create!

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This is without question my favorite camera.  With 50 mega pixels it give me the resolution to meet the demands of my commercial clients and my fine art needs.

This is quickly becoming one of my favorite go to portrait lenses.  Shot wide open at the f/1.4 you get a wide angle yet ultra shallow depth of field.

Big ultra soft light allows me to achieve the Classic Rembrandt-Cross Light that I call the most beautiful light on the planet.  

Finally a collapsible beauty dish that you can use not only in the studio but also take on the road.  What a joy to be a part of designing this product.

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Portrait Photography On Location

Downloadable Video Tutorials

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Seven Tutorials demontrating different techniques strobing portraits on location in the field

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