Tag Archives: gear

Don’t Forget The Gear (Companies)!

  Just a quick post today.  One of my images of John Myung (one that I posted about earlier here) is being used by Ernie Ball/Music Man for some promo materials.  They are a great company that builds some amazing instruments.  Their strings are awesome, too! I’ve been working with them a lot over the […]

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My Favorite Gear And Settings For Concert Photography

  I’ve gotten some requests for info on my favorite gear and settings for concert photography, so here we go! Most of my gear is listed over on the “Gear I Love” page, but I wanted to go a little more in-depth in this post. First of all, “It’s not about the gear” is a […]

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My Lenses

I often get asked about the gear that I use – especially which lenses I use for some of the shots that I post on social media. Lenses are one of the biggest investments you will make in your photography. Camera bodies will come and go, but your glass can stay with you for years, […]

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Hitting The Road (again…..)

A huge part of my “roadie” job is traveling, and a large part of this traveling involves flying. If any of you fly regularly, I’m sure you know how stressful it can be. Security, crowded airports, crowded airplanes, inconsistent baggage policies, and lost bags are a few of the things that make air travel such […]

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Wait….Did I Remember…(Prepping For A Shoot)

Prepping for a shoot is essential – and it happens to be one of my favorite things to do. There’s something about charging my batteries and formatting my cards that gets me excited to go out and shoot. What I pack depends on the type of shooting that I will be doing. A live concert […]

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