Ten galleries of images representing David's work, both personal and professional, over the last 8 years.


If you've tried the books about gear and long for something more, David's poured his heart into 20 books and ebooks for you.


Two carefully curated collections of 24 beautiful fine-art prints and folios for your walls or your personal collection.

Aug 22nd


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It's about time: Nikon announces full-frame sensor

Rob Galbraith’s site today reported that Nikon has just announced two new cameras. One, the new D3 is a 12 megapixel powerhouse (above) and it finally brings Nikon users in to the full-frame game. Welcome Nikonians, to the full-frame goodness we Canon users know and love and have been desperate to share with you. (See more details HERE.) Nikon also announced the D300, full details HERE.

Rather than repeat it all here, I’ll let you follow the links above to Galbraith’s site for the news. I’m not much of a techy-geek and don’t know Nikon’s line well enough to make meaningful comments. But for the Nikon shooters I know this is going to be a big deal.

Canon has recently release the 40D, and the specs are really solid, but I don’t think it’s the same leap forward that Nikon is making here. Now, to be fair, they’re a little late to the full-frame game and to the low-noise-at-high-ISO game too, but this isn’t a competition. Well it is but we consumers aren’t the players, we just reap the happy benefits of this competitive industry. So we all win.

Aug 19th


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RIP 12" PowerBook

Yesterday the 12″ Powerbook I most love for travelling died in the arms of my wife. Unhappily we trudged to MacStation for the 3rd time this month and picked up a 13″ MacBook. I’ve been dreading this day. Apple decided to discontinue the 12″ Powerbook when the MacBook Pros came out, and I have been […]

Aug 12th


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How I Learned To Love Printing in Lightroom

After yesterday’s driver debacle I decided to finally take the bull by the horns and dig further under the hood and take my printing in Lightroom one step further. I took all this straight from Scott Kelby’s Lightroom book so if this stuff interests you at all, go buy the book. I’m posting this not […]