Mirrorless or DSLR? What is your #1 goal in photography? Covering the next Olympics. Candid travel images in far-flung destinations. Taking great landscape shots. Capturing a hi-res image of Bigfoot. How many of your favorite images came when you least expected it? Most of them. One or two. None of them. All my images are my favorite, I'm THAT good. Who is your favorite photographer? Henri Cartier-Bresson. Ansel Adams. Art Wolfe. None of the above. If someone gave you a super-expensive, manual-focus lens, what would you do with it? Sell it, then buy a 70-200 f/2.8 Use it. Put it on an altar and worship it. Sell it, and save up for a Leica S lens. Complete this sentence: Using studio strobes is... crucial to the main body of my work. slightly less enjoyable than getting a root canal when you're hungover. interesting to do once in a while. not my style, I never use any kind of flash. What type of luggage do you travel with when you go on a photo trip? I travel light, just a shoulder bag with the bare essentials. Anything with wheels on it. Four fully loaded Pelican cases. Louis Vuitton steamer trunk. How often do you shoot video compared to stills? Only when I accidentally hit the video button on my Sony. A lot. About half the time. All the time because I'm studying to be a DOP. Did you grow up using manual-focus lenses? Yes, and I still have a few. Dude, Canon was making autofocus lenses three years before I was born. Yes and I hated them. What's the point? I ONLY shoot with gorgeous, vintage manual-focus lenses. Which of these is the coolest piece of camera gear? Zeiss Otus lens. Leica MP 0.72X rangefinder in black-lacquer paint. 400mm f/2.8 super telephoto. Selfie stick.