Author Archives: Michael Scott

Fine Art Photographer on Fine Art of America. My first camera was a Polaroid One Step followed by a variety of point and shot, SLR, and DSLR cameras. I've spent a good portion of my life traveling throughout the world. I've always loved photography and I really enjoy the reward of capturing a great moment in time. Most of my photography is landscape, and my objective is to capture a scene as nature intended it to be viewed without excessive post processing in Photoshop. I do most of my shooting with a Nikon D800 equipped with a 24-70mm f/2.8G and often turn to my 14-24mm f/2.8 and 50mm f/1.8.

Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader Review

Are you a photographer Looking for the best memory card reader on the market? More importantly, are you having issues transferring images directly from the camera? For quick and to the point answers, take a […]


Morning Colors | Lockegee Rock Kentucky Travel Photography Tips and Advice

Exposure: 1/15th second @ f/16 Focal Length: 15 mm ISO: 100 Flash: No Camera: Nikon D800 Lens: Nikon 14-24 mm 2.8 Tripod: Yes Captured: June 25, 2016 @ 6:34 a.m. Visit Lockegee Rock and enjoy valuable […]


Camera Shake Handheld Rule Photography Tips

Don’t let camera shake ruin your images. Learn about the handheld rule. Find out what you need to know to protect your photos! Why worry about camera shake? Photoshop is capable of repairing many flaws […]


Bay Light | Cave Run Lake Kentucky Travel Photography Tips and Advice

Exposure: .6 second @ f/16 Focal Length: 14 mm ISO: 100 Flash: No Camera: Nikon D800 Lens: Nikon 14-24 mm 2.8 Tripod: Yes Captured: June 27, 2016 @ 6:03 a.m. Tour the vastness of Cave Run […]


Photo Shoot Checklist Photography Tips

Creating a photo shoot checklist can improve your photography! Save yourself some grief with a simple checklist! Why do I need a photo shoot checklist? Imagine for a moment, after completing the exhausting and very time-consuming […]


Depth Of Field Calculator Photography Tips

Are you having trouble getting everything in focus? Use a depth of field calculator to maximize your DOF! Create the stunning photos of your dreams. What is the depth of field anyway? Extremely useful, a […]


Remote Shutter Release Photography Tips

Extend the life of your remote shutter release and prevent damage to your camera, all while minimizing camera shake in your images. What’s the problem? Attached to the camera’s remote port by way of an electrical cable, […]


Lens Hood Photography Tips

What is a lens hood used for and do you need one? The short answer is yes. Honestly, I’ve spent a considerable amount of time on this question, and I feel there are many people out there […]


Think Tank Retrospective 20 Shoulder Bag Review

Looking for a great camera bag? Join me in a comprehensive review of the Think Tank Retrospective 20 Shoulder Bag. Get the facts along with my recommendations. A complete review of the Think Tank Retrospective […]


Down Under | Virginia Beach Fishing Pier Travel Photography Tips and Advice

Exposure: 1/500 second @ f/8 Focal Length: 24 mm ISO: 100 Flash: No Camera: Nikon D800 Lens: Nikon 24-70 mm 2.8 Tripod: No Captured: April 9, 2016 @ 8:24 a.m. Vacationing at the beach? The Virginia […]