Hi there! I’m Russell Robinson, and I’m the guy behind “KewlTek Photography”. I discovered my passion for photography when I was a kid. My parents used to let me take snapshots with their cameras, and I never looked back.
When I got my first DSLR a few years back, I scoured the internet looking for ways to quickly learn how to take better photos. But it was overwhelming, and didn’t always apply to my specific needs. I found myself thinking, “I wish I had a pro photographer I could tag along with who could teach me personally!”
Through the years, and through trial and error, I’ve gained photography experience. I’ve bought cameras, lenses, camera bags, etc.–only to return them, or sell them to someone else, because I didn’t really know what I was doing, or what I needed. I’m still learning. It’s a never-ending process.
Why This Website?
That’s why I decided to create this site. My hope is that my notes and thoughts will help you level up your photography game! I seriously enjoy all the aspects of photography as I currently know them–from the cool tech gear to post production edits where I take the photos to a whole new level!
Browse around, read the tips and tricks, and go experiment and learn! But most importantly, have fun with your photography!!!
What is “KewlTek”???
What’s with the name “KewlTek”? Tech is cool–therefore, KewlTek!
For more info, visit the “Contact” page, and drop me an email! I look forward to hearing from you!
On my site, I provide links to Amazon.com for various things. I do this for two reasons–
- To save you the trouble of having to browse to Amazon and key in search terms to look up info about an item, and
- So you have the ability to read Amazon reviews, and decide for yourself if something I recommend is right for you.
I’m a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for me to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. All that means is that if you click one of the handy links I provide for you, and you end up making a purchase–I earn a (very small) commission. It doesn’t cost you anything, but it helps me to continue to deliver the great content you’ve come to expect from me!