Sony 50mm f/2.8 Macro Lens Review

A while back, I had the pleasure of testing and reviewing a macro lens for Sony mirrorless systems, the Sony 50mm f/2.8 Macro Lens. 

Now, I'll admit I've never been a huge fan of shooting macro photography, but some of my favorite photographers take some great macro photos. So, I decided to give it a shot. 

The Sony 50mm f/2.8 Macro Lens tested very well. Here's some of what I found:

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The Five Best Apps for Landscape Photography

Apps for landscape photography have certainly found their niche in the planning portion of landscape photography, but that's where most of your success will be.

Without proper planning, you photos may fall flat. 

So, I made a video for the five best apps for landscape photography with some screen recordings of what makes them so great and how you can use them for your own photography.

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How to Get Better Colors in Landscape Photography

Your color selection in landscape photography is a major step in how to take better landscape photos. 

I really do believe that people spend way too much time editing color vibrance and saturation and they don't spend time learning color basics. 

Complimentary colors can instantly give you better colors in your landscape photography.

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Arizona Landscape Photography at Weavers Needle

If I had to pick one state in the United States that I would be more than happy to explore extensively, it would be Arizona. 

Arizona landscape photography is fascinating to me because it is so much different than what I'm used to shooting. I love to shoot waterfalls and rivers, but I have also fallen in love with shooting huge overlooks, barren deserts, and cacti.

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How to Be Successful in Landscape Photography Business

I didn't feel confident in where landscape photography was and I wanted to realize where it was going so I could run a more enjoyable and more successful photography business.

During those six months, I realized that landscape photography business didn't make any sense at all. Take workshops for example; you schedule a week long event, get customers to give you money before-hand, and they aren't guaranteed anything in return. There are so many factors that could ruin a workshop for the people who signed up; weather being the most obvious.

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