Guatemala 2013

Guess what, folks? We are going to Guatemala once again (shocking, I know)! This year, we are blessed to be able to spend 3 weeks in this beautiful country with some beautiful people!  Even though the trip is not until July, we are already preparing to go! Whether it be brainstorming fundraiser ideas, collecting shoes […]

Road Trip!

Heading to South Dakota to photograph and video several interviews for Wesleyan Life magazine. Exciting but fast paced opportunity. More about this when the issue comes out! So what am I taking?? Below I’ve listed my gear list for the 5 day trip, and a short explanation on why I’m bringing it. But first some […]

Charging Bag

How many of you have batteries that require charging? How many of you have more than one, more than two? How many of you are sick and tired of dealing with all of the tangled mess of cables that always seem to intertwine while in storage? And on shoots, how many times have you tried […]

Weekend Survival Kit

Headed up to Michigan to visit my wife’s grandmother. Absolutely love the woman. Full of life, happiness, amazing stories and infinite kindness. Truly a model human being worthy of all respect and adoration. However there are a few negatives I discovered upon my first couple trips up there a while back.. To avoid the sting […]

F/Stop Math

1, 1.4, 2, 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32, 44 … Ever wonder why the F/Stop numbers are what they are? Of course you have. Here is a fantastic video by Dylan Bennett explaining why the F/Stop values are what they are. If anything in this video is a little confusing please Contact […]

Faking Underwater Portraits – Featuring photographer Joao Carlos

Want to shoot underwater portraits but don’t have access to a pool or any of the gear? Try this. I just found this post on Fstoppers.com from photographer Joao Carlos. Instead of shooing in a pool with underwater gear, he shot in his studio and editable powder (or you could use flour). Thrown at just the […]

“WhonPhoto”

Little history on the name WhonPhoto. In 2010 I traveled to Guatemala with several friends to help build homes, pass out shoes, and simply help any way we could. (More details here) The trip included 2 people with the name Chris, so to help with any confusion and avoid any favoritism they decided to call us […]