Hi Brandon I have been following this blog for quite a few years and have learnt a lot. Many thanks for that. The reviews published here are the most real ones I have read. I do not shoot professionally but photography is probably the only thing that keeps me sane besides my family ;-) Still ..READ MORE..
One from the Sony A7II and Sony/Zeiss 35 1.4 Many have been asking me when my full review for the Sony/Zeiss 35 1.4 Lens will be out. Well, I have been so swamped with all kinds of goodies lately, and I did not want to rush the Sony review so I will be wrapping it ..READ MORE..
Mamiya 6 with Rollei Crossbird By Frank Stelzer Hi Steve, Brandon, Being a long time follower, I thought I submit a story for your Film Friday series. I have been enjoying your site since 2010, when I was soaking in your Leica M9 and lens reviews all night. It was the first time that I ..READ MORE..
Hasselblad Xpan and Kodak Ektar: Port of Antwerp By Dirk Dom Hi! Last Monday, my friend Ivo Smets and I went to shoot in the Port of Antwerp; Ivo with his M240, and me with the Xpan. I think that is the most delightful camera I own; I shot Kodak Ektar and because that film ..READ MORE..
Shooting the Sony A7r at 12800 ISO by Dirk De Paepe Dear Steve, Brandon and all site visitors. Here’s a very brief post of mine. It’s about my camera, the Sony A7r, and its ability to shoot at higher ISO’s. I’m posting this because I’d like to put a bit of counterweight to so many ..READ MORE..
Hi there Huff´s! I been eyyeing this site sinnce 2009, It have grown to one on my daily routine on the net, so thanks fo that! Today I wanna share three pics with my X100LE, I’ve been swapping gear a lot the last 7 years, (like most of us do :) But ive settled down with this ..READ MORE..
Artistic vs. Technical Perfection By Olaf Sztaba When browsing photography on the Internet it appears to be one huge quest for technical perfection. Message boards are groaning with perpetual arguments about the superiority of one camera system over another. Then, there are thousands of photos so immaculately processed and photo-shopped that their technical perfection creates ..READ MORE..
The 2015 Moto GP with the Sony A7II By Chad Wadsworth – His Website is HERE With overcast skies, rain and major storms threatening all weekend, the 2015 Moto GP Grand Prix of the Americas went off with only a minor hitch (debris on the track prior to start). Just before the race, the skies ..READ MORE..
West Coast Monochrom by Phillipp Wortmann These are photographs taken along the California West Coast during a trip in march 2015. The route was roughly LA – San Clemente – Joshua Tree – Morro Bay – Big Sur – Santa Cruz – Point Reyes – San Francisco. As I like to keep it simple I ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon and Steve, I’m Luigi Torreggiani from Italy. I send you three street portraits taken last summer during a trip in Albania, a wonderful land but not so known, full of really interesting people! All of picture are taken with my Olympus EM1: a great traveling companion! Meet these people, talk to them and ask ..READ MORE..
Black & White with Leica M6, M9 and MM By Dan Bar Hi Steve & Brandon! About 8 years ago a friend of mine , a well-known photographer in Israel told me he wanted to buy the new digital Leica M8. I thought very highly of him and decided to go and see the new ..READ MORE..
FUJI X-T1 STARS By Mohamed Hakem Dear Steve, I am back again with another topic Fuji’s X-trans sensor for night and stars My Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/hakemphotography My Website: http://www.hakemphotography.com Before the Fuji time I was a Nikon Shooter.. Fuji allowed me to become more of a travel photographer who does and love environmental portraits but every now and then I ..READ MORE..
The NEW Leica Summarit Lenses. 35, 50, 75 and 90 2.4. Part 1. These lenses were sent to me to review by Leica Dealer Ken Hansen. He has these and many other Leica items in stock, so email him if interested at [email protected] **This review will be in two parts. This part will mainly focus ..READ MORE..
Steve and Brandon. Hello again. I wanted to show off the wonderful experience that still is embodied in the Sony RX100 (Mark I). Took it to Vail for a snowboarding trip and it provided everything I needed: quick, small, great lens, reach and could take a beat of a beating. I can’t think of a ..READ MORE..