I've decided to switch time up the times my blog posts will go out, from Saturday mornings to Fridays at noon. Let's face it, you weren't working that hard on a Friday afternoon anyway! This gives you a chance to read before the weekend, when you can put your new skills to practice.
This is usually used to attach a flash to the Nikon D810. I don't use a flash much. I prefer whatever light is available.
Next time, we'll visit the left top side of the camera -- where your world opens up!
Because this post was so short...
Three To Follow: Three Great Photographers with YouTube Channels
While I was recovering from brain cancer (now in remission), I was stuck in bed and in isolation for months. I searched for photographers on YouTube to fill my time.
[You can watch the video my journey with brain cancer here.]
Thomas Heaton was the first landscape photographer I followed. His passion and joy really helped with my mood. He's located in the Lake District (England) but he's traveled extensively. I emailed him, pretty much a fan letter, and he actually replied. A really nice guy.
Adam Karnacz (a.k.a. First Man Photography), another British (North Yorkshire) landscape photographer and filmmaker. His "how to" videos stand out the most.
Jamie Windsor, a third British (London based) photographer. He gives the background, history and thought process of photography. An intellectual photographer.
Yes, all three are British. It's the accent. My wife is British and I could listen to her all day. "Mow the lawn, darling" and I'm on it. It was love at first listen.
My "go to" camera:
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