A little about me…

MarcSo, a little about me… I am an avid photographer with many years of experience from film, to DSLR, mirrorless and mobile phones. My photography has primarily been about model, portrait and nature shooting. As mobile phones started getting better and better, I became curious. Can I actually use my phone to get professional quality photos. In the vast majority of cases I found that I.  Keep in mind, the lack of aperture control on mobile phones, along with their tiny CCDs can cause some limitations depending upon the shot. But, by-and-large, with a few good apps and a little practice you can produce pictures you will be proud of.

A mobile phone will NOT replace a good DSLR or mirrorless camera, but remember, the camera you have with you is the best camera for the job. For most of us, it’s our mobile phone, so let’s make the most of it.

So, onward…

While you are here, please check out my pages and posts. This is a new blog and we don’t have a lot of content yet. But, please keep checking back, we will!

If there is a mobile photography question that you have, or just a topic you would like to see covered, please add it as a comment in “Article Requests” in the “Extra Stuff” menu option above.

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Thanks again for visiting, and please check back often.

~Marc

And, for those that are interested, the following is a current list of the equipment that I use:

 

Apple iPhone X with 256Gb RAM

  • Moment iPhone X Case
  • DJI Osmo Mobile
  • Moment DJI Osmo 100g Counterweight
  • Moment Travel Pouch for Lenses, etc

Lenses For iPhone X

  • Moment Lenses
    • 170 Degree Fisheye
    • Wide Angle
    • 10x Macro
    • 2x Telephoto

37mm Filters For iPhone X

  • Zomei Clip-On Filter With 37mm Thread
  • Zomei 37mm Circular Polarizer
  • Zomei 37mm Gradient Rotating Grey
  • Zomei 37mm Gradient Rotating Blue
  • Zomei 37mm Gradient Rotating Red
  • Zomei 37mm Gradient Rotating Orange
  • Zomei 37mm 4 Point Star
  • Zomei 37mm 6 Point Star
  • Zomei 37mm 8 Point Star
  • Neewer 37mm Neutral Density (ND2)
  • Neewer 37mm Neutral Density (ND4)
  • Neewer 37mm Neutral Density (ND8)

62mm Filters For iPhone X

  • Moment 62mm Filter Holder
  • Hoya 62mm UV Filter
  • Hoya 62mm Circular Polarizer
  • Hoya 62mm Neutral Density (ND8)

Lighting For iPhone X

  • Manfrotto LED Lamp
    • Various Lamp Tints

Support For iPhone X

  • Various Handgrips
  • Various Gorilla Pods
  • Window Clamp

Printers For iPhone X

  • HP Sprocket Portable Polaroid Printer

 

Sony a6300

 Sony a6300 Mirrorless Camera

  • 2 – 64 Gig SDXC Memory Cards
  • Pro Optical Glass Screen Protector
  • 4 Batteries & Chargers

Lenses For Sony a6300

  • Sony/Zeiss Vario-Tessar T* E 16-70 mm F4 ZA OSS Lens
    • 55-62mm Step Up Ring
    • 62mm Hoya UV Filter
    • 62mm Tulip Hood
    • 62mm Lens Cap
  • E 50 mm F1.8 OSS Lens
    • 49-62mm Step Up Ring
    • 62mm Hoya UV Filter
    • 62mm Lens Cap
  • E 55-210 mm f/4.5-6.3 OSS Lens
    • 49-62mm Step Up Ring
    • 62mm Hoya UV Filter
    • 62mm Tulip Hood
    • 62mm Lens Cap

Options For Sony a6300

  • Hoya 62mm Circular Polarizer
  • Hoya 62mm Neutral Density (ND8)
  • 62mm Rubber Hood
  • Filter Wrench (Small)
  • Filter Wrench (Large)

Lighting For Sony a6300

  • Manfrotto LED Lamp
    • Various Lamp Tints
  • Nissin i40 Flash (24-105mm, Guide Number 40)
  • Gary Fong Light Blade

Support For Sony a6300

  • Manfrotto 055XPROB Tripod
  • Manfrotto 804RC2 Head
  • Manfrotto 680B Monopod
  • Velbron DF Mini Tripod

Printers

  • HP Sprocket Portable Polaroid Printer
  • Canon Pro 9500 Mark II Inkjet

 

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