Articles written by Alex Cooke
Protecting and efficiently using your data is one of the most important computing topics any photographer or videographer should be acquainted with. This helpful set of videos will give you a quick introduction to the most common RAID setups to help you choose the right one for you.
It's still quite cold across much of the United States, and with winter still in full swing, it's a great time to get out and photography the unique beauty it brings along with it. This great video takes a look at how photographing ice can make for unique and gorgeous images.
When you hear about photographers talking about switching brands between Sony and Canon, it's almost exclusively from the latter to the former. However, with Canon finally jumping seriously into mirrorless cameras, it's interesting to see how Sony users feel about the EOS R.
We spend a lot of time educating ourselves to be better photographers in the professional realm, but given our skills, it's just as important to discuss how we can take better photos of our family and personal lives. This truly excellent video will give you nine lesser-discussed tips for better family and documentary photos.
The Fujifilm GFX 50R is a very intriguing camera in that it offers medium format image quality at a price not far above high-resolution full-frame cameras. This great video review takes a real world look at the camera, how it performs in tough conditions, and just how good that vaunted image quality really is.
We often talk about finding dramatic light in landscape photography that showers the scene in contrast and creates an interplay of light and shadows that generates visual interest. But flat light can be just as effective in its own way, and this great video explores both how and why that's the case.
The frustrating thing about landscape photography is that you have absolutely no control over the light, and of course, that light can really make or break an image. This helpful video discusses the importance of learning to anticipate light for better landscape photographs.