Tag: mark nicholas

  • On the Oakland A’s Pitching Mound (in 360)!

    Note:  Just a quick thank you to the Oakland A’s, Peter Read Miller and Michael Zagaris and anyone else who allowed me (or didn’t not allow me) to do this.  It was a truly remarkable experience. [su_row][su_column size=”1/4″][su_lightbox type=”image” src=”https://marknicholasphotography.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/me-on-mound.jpg”] [/su_lightbox][/su_column][su_column size=”3/4″] I had the amazing opportunity to stand on the pitching mound for a […]

  • Introducing the New and Improved Mark Nicholas Photography Site!

    Introducing the new and improved site! After several years with the old site, I finally took the time to develop an enhanced look and feel. The new Mark Nicholas Photography site will hopefully be much easier to navigate, but display images in a much more streamlined fashion. Check it out! And let me know what […]

  • Oakland A’s vs. Boston Red Sox – The Trenches

    A day of shooting with Oakland A’s was a tremendous outing. The game was exciting and the mood on the field was high. I had the opportunity to spend time with sporting (and life) legends Peter Read Miller, Michael Zagaris (Zee), Brad Mangin and Thearon W. Henderson and got some shots that made the outing […]

  • Patience: The Nature Photographer’s Only Friend

    As a photographer, I am a witness to nature, not a controller of it.  I take what it gives me. is, quite simply, an act of force. We cannot just “be” patient. Yet patience is the key to practically every magical nature shot.

  • Review of the Dynamic Perception Motion and Timelapse Slider

    The piece of gear that I believe changed my photographic life was the Dynamic Perception Stage 1 motion dolly. It let me move the camera with great precision without touching the camera, and it would trigger the camera shutter at fixed intervals

  • The Boxer

    In the clearing stands a boxer And a fighter by his trade And he carries the reminders Of every glove that’s laid him down —–The Boxer, by Simon and Garfunkel Just a few days ago I had the opportunity to photograph a sport that I have held in the highest regard for much of my […]

  • CamRanger Review and Thoughts

    It’s been quite a while since I’d stumbled across the CamRanger; a small and relatively economical piece of gear that at its core turns any device (such as your iPad, iPhone, Android, PC or Mac) into a remote control for your camera, complete with its own live view LCD panel. For at least a year […]

  • The Four Hour Shoot / Bailey Callahan Video

    Bailey Callahan 4 hour video shoot. Check out the song Valentine’s Day.

  • Another Beautiful Lunar Eclipse

    The 2014 lunar eclipse was magical in Southern California.

  • The Canon 200-400mm Lens Review

    In-the-trenches review of the Canon 200-400 lens.