Fujikina 2019

I am still on the planet. It might seem like I have fallen off the face of the Earth these past few months with no posts here on the blog and no Spring Newsletter. But, I am plugging away. The last five months or so, since early February have been the busiest time of my...

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FUJIFILM GFX 100 Preview

Disclaimer: While I am not one of Fujifilm’s X-Photographers, I was paid to work with this camera on a recent assignment as part of the launch of the FUJIFILM GFX 100. I want my readers to be aware of this upfront. With that in mind, also know that this system is going to be my...

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Red Bull Supermoon Project

The last three months the have been the busiest of my entire career. Hence, the lack of blog posts here and no Spring 2019 Newsletter. On top of that, I have had to revamp the blog from top to bottom as well. Readers will notice the much larger images and easier to read font and...

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Sold on Mirrorless

This article was originally published in my Winter 2019 Newsletter. Over the last four months I have been shooting a lot with the new Nikon Z mirrorless cameras as can be seen in the last few Newsletter equipment reviews. At first, I thought the new cameras were cute, tiny little gizmos that were a great...

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Winter 2019 Newsletter

The Winter 2019 issue of the Michael Clark Photography Newsletter is now available for download. If you’d like to sign up for the Newsletter just drop me an email and I’ll add you to the mailing list. This issue includes an editorial entitled Skiing with the Bison, a review of the Nikon Z6, an article detailing my...

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Equipment Review: Nikon Z6

In just about every aspect, the Nikon Z6 is identical to the Z7 save for the sensor, which in the case of the Z6 is a 24.5 MP sensor instead of the Z7’s 45.7 MP sensor. Hence, for this review, I am not going to rehash everything discussed in my Nikon Z7 review. I will...

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