Fishing Down South..

Fishing Down South..
A couple months ago I took a quick two-day fishing trip around Lake Pontchartrain in Louisiana with some family. I had just bought my waterproof camera – in fact it actually came in the mail right before I left to go to Slidell to meet up with my family. So it was great to get to use it right away. That being said, I purchased Nikon's waterproof AW100. All the pictures below were taken with it. First impression were awesome. It has a fairly large dynamic range for such a small camera, and it really packs a punch into one little device.   It was a day and a half of just fishing. We...
read more

Tech Friday – Facebook Photo Quality Test – Revisited

Tech Friday – Facebook Photo Quality Test – Revisited
Facebook's Photo Quality Back in March I posted about Facebook's photo quality. I know I wasn't the only person who hated how horrible the picture quality was at the time. Over the last few months Facebook has made drastic improvements to its photo upload quality. And I must say, even though it's not perfect, the upload quality is pretty decent. So I thought I would revisit the issue and perform a few more tests to find out the what settings give you the best result. Look through the photos below and you can immediately see how much higher the quality is now than before.   (Click...
read more

The annual – I love my 7D’s 8 FPS!

The annual – I love my 7D’s 8 FPS!
A few weeks ago I spent the week on Ono Island in Alabama. Even with the high water and crazy rip current out in the Gulf because of TS Debby, in the bay we still could take the boat out and do some tubing. I strapped on my 70-200mm to my 7D and found my position on the back of the boat and fired away. I guess the only bad thing about shooting 8 FPS is that it does shoots 8 FPS and the pictures rack up quick. I had about 30 keepers that I edited out of about 800 shots. But in this case I would rather have gone through all the rejects to get THE shot than miss...
read more