The Sony A7RII Camera Review. A real world look. By Steve Huff Buy the A7RII at Amazon or B&H Photo Here we go! After a few weeks of use with this camera I can finally sit down and write about all of my thoughts on this incredible technological marvel, the new Sony A7RII. As of ..READ MORE..
A year with film – Leica, Contax, Nikon, and Hasselblad By Adam Laws I hope your well and have a cup of tea close by, it’s pretty miserable here in London. It’s been awhile since my last submission and I thought I would write to you about my year of analogue photography with a Leica, ..READ MORE..
Quick Shot : Leica M6 By Carmen Cuevas Hi Steve, I have been checking your site for a while now,it is a great source of inspiration and information about gear…Thanks! I’m sending you a picture that I took in 2004 in New York,N.Y. My husband and I were walking down the street, me looking for pictures, him ..READ MORE..
A Manual Approach to Wedding Photography by Joao Medeiros I’m not comfortable writing. Images, particularly photography are what drives me. Since very young Art was part of my life, I went from painting and waiting to be an architect to abandon everything for a life in the theatre, just to pursue a career in Jazz ..READ MORE..
Fujifilm’s Professional F2.8 zooms take on nature By Ben Cherry About me My name is Ben Cherry; I am an environmental photojournalist and Fujifilm X-Photographer. I’ve been using the XF16-55mm and XF50-140mm alongside the X-T1 for most of the year now. During that time I’ve spent three months in Borneo and two months in Costa ..READ MORE..
PRESS RELEASE – NEW OLYMPUS OM-D E-M10 Mark II is here! OLYMPUS OM-D E-M10 MARK II ®: THE ADVANCED CAPABILITIES OF OLYMPUS-PIONEERED 5-AXIS IMAGE STABILIZATION NOW AVAILABLE ACROSS THE OM-D LINEUP Capture Blur-Free, High-Quality Images and Video with a User-Friendly, Elegantly Designed High-Performance Mirrorless Camera CENTER VALLEY, Pa., August 25, 2015 — Olympus introduces the ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve, Still a fan of your site (and quite disappointed on the days where there is nothing new), still living in a small town in Lorraine, still 71 and still making b&w pictures with my Fuji X30. Here are three more from January 2015: Biased I liked the contrast between our very geometrical sports ..READ MORE..
Dear Steve, I was in Mukteshwar, 7000 feet high in Uttarakhand state, India, in November 2013. One evening, shooting with my Olympus E-PL5 with the consumer model 40~150mm M. Zuiko lens, I was fortunate enough to record this sight. The sun was setting in the west, pouring reddish light over the slopes of the snow-clad ..READ MORE..
Leica M: Not perfect, but I love it. By Steven Jermaine Hey Brandon and Steve, first thank you for keeping up all the hard work over the years. It’s been a pleasure to read and see the growth. Over the years GAS has led me to and through many cameras, such as the fuji x100, ..READ MORE..
User Report: My 1st Leica Q Shots by Yoon-Chou Chong Got the Q just a day before the family holidays which was just as well to test how easy it is to pick up and go. The early pictures in Sydney were mainly from JPEG and although I have heard of Leica’s limits it was ..READ MORE..
Dear Steve! First off, I am a big fan of your site. Thank you for the wonderful reviews, opinions, and daily sources of inspiration! This is a photo of my son, taken with iPhone 6 and I can confidently say that I love both, the son and the photo (well, and the phone for that ..READ MORE..
Shooting from the Hip By Mohammed Hakem My website: http://www.hakemphotography.com my FB page: facebook.com/hakemphotography In conservative cultures street photography is an absurd dream. It’s very hard for people who haven’t seen enough tourists to accept being captured. The reason behind this is not related to privacy issues, but a stereotype that everybody with a camera ..READ MORE..
Friday Film – Photographing the Artist at work By Huss Hardan Hello Friday Film Fanatics! This series is a little different from my usual submissions. I had the opportunity to photograph artist and acrylic painter Lin Lin Hu at work in her studio in San Pedro, California.There is something special about watching real talent. Every ..READ MORE..