I try my best to keep this page up to date, I tend to try new things every once in a while, and in order to help out; I'll be writing reviews of stuff that I find useful and products that I really like.
I asked a question for my Instagram followers (@PlusOmar) and had them pick what should I post next. 55% asked me to write a blog post about the Apps I use to edit photos on my Phone. I should note here that I used an Android Phone, currently using the the first Pixel XL. So all the Apps that I'm going to mention are available on Android Phones.
The 14-24mm Lens is the best Ultra-Wide lens that I have ever used, The best way to get a sense of how wide this lens is, is to try it on a full frame camera body; you will be able to capture almost everything in front of you. This lens shines by shooting landscapes and architecture.
I consider the Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8 as the best versatile lens with a large f/2.8 aperture, the range it covers makes it useful to shoot wide angle shots to shooting nice looking portraits. I tend to take this lens with me when I don't feel like changing the lens or don't want to carry any extra lenses with me, it's a good lens for general purposes.
The Nikon 70-200 f/2.8 is one of the lenses that I sometimes carry, I usually use to shoot portraits and panoramas, it's not the ideal lens to shoot objects that are far away since 200mm is not that far in my opinion and that's why I usually carry a Nikon TC-20E III 2x Teleconverter with me when I'm taking this lens. The photos I got with this lens were really sharp and the Bokeh looks beautiful when shooting at f/2.8 with this lens.
The Nikon 50mm f/1.4G was the second lens I purchased when I bought my first DSLR, at that time I only got this lens because of what photographers were saying about it and how great it is, and honestly I really did not like it when I was using it on my crop frame DSLR's, but when I bought my full frame camera I started using it much more and use it as my 'to-go' lens often.
I've always loved the Polaroid cameras, especially the old instant film ones. Polaroids had a special thing that no other forms of photography has, not digital and not even film. Some people even say that instant film photography is the only model that sticks to the true nature of photography since you don't get the chance of post-processing the photo; what you shoot is what you get.
I've been using the Dell Chromebook 11 for few months now, during that time I took this 11.6" Chromebook on 2 trips and leaving my workstation at home. I wanted to see how a Chromebook can be useful to photographers. Also I wanted to use the chromebook mainly to transfer files from my memory cards to an external hard drive. I have been amazed by some aspects of this Chromebooks but it does have it's limitations.