Articles by: Nate Bridge

Top 5 Cordless Power Tools for Home Renovation- Studio Flash Test

I’ve always been a man of many hats. In addition to the obvious, I play six musical instruments, build computers, and rebuild bikes. I can name nearly every nut and bolt between the bumpers of a car, and am known to diagnose friends’ car problems from across the WiFi waves. I was a smash hit among my female friends in college for converting my dorm room into a movie theater. I’ve forgotten more useless, random information about […]

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I Don’t Wanna Grow Up…

On June 27th, I turned 26 years old. Young in most respects, but it represents several important milestones for me. First being I lost coverage on my folks’ excellent health insurance, so that’s great… BUT more importantly it marked my ten-year anniversary as an official member of the visual media professionals’ community. My 16th Birthday, getting my driver’s license. A decade on the road and my mother still thinks I can’t drive…   Story time: […]

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I guess I’m a member of the club now…

I’ve been in this industry for the better part of a decade now, and I’ve had my fair share of knocks in those nearly ten years. My first camera, a Nikon D40x, was destroyed in my senior year of high school when I got bowled over by a group of football players who crossed out of bounds. In college, I blew up a 500w light bulb, and lost all the audio to a very high-profile […]

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The iPhone 7 and What It Means For the Industry

You have been warned… This post is likely to contain a rant. I’ll try to keep it brief, but I’m in a particularly ‘ranty’ mood today. Maybe listening to Dragonforce while writing isn’t the best choice for a soothing soundtrack… Well it’s September, which means that it’s time for the masses to spend lots of money on the newest iPhone, the iPhone 7. Conveniently launched on the 7th day of the month, there is plenty […]

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Experience Makes a Difference

I’ve been waiting for the right chance to come along to make my first real post on this blog… And boy has opportunity come a-knocking. Two weeks ago, I had the privilege of photographing the Freshman Class of 2020 Orientation at DeSales University; three days of painfully high-decibel activities, five hundred-plus newly liberated and hormone-addled high school graduates, and a general sea of absolute mayhem. Sure the fifteen-hour first day was brutal on my prematurely arthritic […]

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