I'm an old school photographer and take pride in the fact that I grew up on light meters, chemicals and red bulbs, but I have shamelessly embraced automation and digital imaging!
Being a photographer with a love for big cameras with lots of facilities and flexibility, means that the best camera is not always what I have with me
I think that most of us don't come anywhere near using the potential in our cameras, and that honing skills and craft is a much better investment than buying new gear
Part 2: Arax/Photex 85mm f/2.8 tilt/shift
Part 1: How tilt/shift lenses work and how you can use them.
This neat little macro tool was originally made from a Pringles can. I decided to make an upgraded version.
OK, it's my own all time favorite movie, so I'm biased here, but I still think there's a lot to learn for any photographer.
Since I often take pictures of myself, I use remotes quite a bit and have amassed a collection of flexible and practical remote solutions for my cameras - even a DIY foot release
I consider a good tripod an essential piece of photographic gear, and the way I take pictures I wouldn't be able to work for long without one.
This is how I use Adobe Lightroom. There's a gazillion ways of doing it, but I have settled on my personal way.