Month: September 2015

My Backup Routine – Early 2015

I’ve decided to document my ever changing backup routine on a regular basis so that it builds a useful resource for people to find a solution that fits their needs, and learn from the mistakes I’ve made and technical challenges I’ve overcome.

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8 Reasons you don’t want to miss this crazy deal…

    1. $127 for $3300 worth of products! Well you’ve got to start with this one really don’t you?  You could go and buy all of these products individually from their respective creators, but it would cost you over $3300!  There’s no catch here, all of these products are the real deal, the full product.  No demos or sneaky tricks like that! Find out more 2. UNIQUE content None of the products in this bundle have appeared in any other photography bundle. Ever.  There’s no need to worry about duplicate content if you’ve previously purchased a similar bundle deal....

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Get my latest photography eBook and save BIG!

This week the now famous Complete Photography Bundle sale has something new up its sleeve.  The guys behind 5DayDeal always strive to bring new content to the bundle deal so that previous customers can still buy the new one with no fear of receiving duplicate content from a past year. This year they took it one step further and included 10 products in the bundle that aren’t available for sale anywhere else yet. Exclusive content! I’m very proud to announce here that one of these exclusive products is my very own eBook/video course: SEO For Photographers & Creative Professionals!...

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WIN a MindShift FirstLight photo pack!

This giveaway is now over. Wow this week really is an exciting week here at Shutter Muse.  Not only are we proud partners in the incredible 5DayDeal Photography bundle (time is ticking, don’t miss it!), but we’re also giving away a MindShift Gear FirstLight 30 photo pack that’s worth $280!   To enter the giveaway for the MindShift pack, just follow the button below which will take you to the review of the pack that I published a couple of months ago and you’ll find the simple entry form there.  There’s lots of different ways to enter, and it’ll...

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Mirrorless Vs. DSLR – Why I ditched my Canon gear for Sony

The first shot I used the A7r for in Cambodia, with Canon 70-200 f/4 IS and Metabones III adapter. Switching from a DSLR to mirrorless So there are many articles out there covering photographer’s transitions from their beloved camera format to Sony, but I wanted to share my reluctant transition and obviously the ‘why’ for waiting and ultimately moving over.  I was a hold out for nearly a year, very wary of the idea of moving to a smaller camera body that had a limited lens selection and would force me to really shake things up with the gear...

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Something big is happening tomorrow…(Sep 10th)

Tomorrow is a big day! I can’t give you all the details until noon tomorrow, but last year this same initiative raised over $250,000 for charity.  This year I’m proud to be playing a much bigger role in the proceedings by joining with photo industry titans like Trey Ratcliffe, David DuChemin, Jeremy Cowart, Joel Grimes, Lindsay Adler and Zach Arias.  It’s an incredible honour for me to be able to list my names amongst these folks whose work has so inspired me over the years. 5DayDeal – Charity Promotion Did I mention that tomorrow is a kind of a...

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Travel essentials list updated

The popular travel essentials list has been updated in a few areas, and I’ve actually added an extra item to the list in the form of the Fillo by Nemo Design. Curious name, right?  Head on over to the updated list to find out what it is… I even included a video of it!

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Krystle Wright – What’s in your bag?

Australian photographer and filmmaker, Krystle Wright, has what many people would consider the “dream job”. As one of the world’s leading adventure photographers, she’s perpetually on the move and seemingly always carrying an interesting array of camera gear to help with her work for clients such as Red Bull, Outside Magazine and National Geographic.

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