I have always had a passing interest in photography but never completely immersed myself in the subject. In recent years I started several outdoor websites who’s content required high quality pictures and a lot of them. I came to realize that I needed to better understand photography and it’s associated equipment to increase the quality of my pictures and reduce the amount of time I spend at the computer with Adobe Photoshop. Based on this I decided that maybe as I learn I can help others learn at the same time. The output of that decision turned into three photography websites. DSLRPro.net, D7000pro.com and 60Dpro.com.
Im a guy of very few words and more of a bottom line kind of person. What you wont find at this or any of my sites is a lot of technical talk. There’s enough sites for that already. What you will find here is honest opinions and observations as well unbiased advise and recomendations.
Lastly I am not a “Brand” type of guy. Meaning as an example I’m not a “NIKON GUY” or a “CANON GUY”. While I understand that based on economics folks try to stick with one brand or another to use their inventory of lenses. I am more about the right tool for the job at hand. I also think it’s silly to base your camera purchases on 10 lenses that you haven’t used in 10 years. Of course I’m not referring to folks with high end lenses that cost thousands of dollars.