Hi Brandon & Steve After being a regular follower of your site and advice I recently replaced my point and shoot with the Olympus OMD EM-1 and as a result have become addicted to photography. I love seeing the works of your readers in the Daily Inspiration posts. Each day I look forward to the ..READ MORE..
Best Christmas Deal Yet. Nikon Coolpix A, $700 OFF! The fabulous Nikon Coolpix A, the pocket APS-C IQ monster that sold for $1100 since launch has now sunken to an amazing LOW price for the Silver model (which looks really sharp in person). Do not pay $1099, nope! B&H Photo is blowing out the silver ..READ MORE..
Friday Film: the Mamiya 645 Pro + various lenses and films by fiftyasa Browsing your excellent blog, I could find only one post about the Mamiya 645 and I thought to send a second one. And here it is! (I will keep it short and let the picture speak) My configuration of the Mamiya 645 ..READ MORE..
The Linhof Technikardan 69 and Schneider Super-Angulon 65mm f/5.6 By Dirk Dom Hi, everyone! About half a year ago I decided to go into serious black and white landscape. First I wanted to buy a Sony A7R, with a Canon 17mm tilt-shift lens. That would have cost me some 6,000 Euro’s. But my love for black ..READ MORE..
Last Minute Photo Christmas Gift Ideas! With only a week until Christmas day, I sure hope that most of you have completed your Christmas shopping! Me, I just started yesterday and finished today. Love shopping online as it is so easy these days – avoiding the crowds, the parking lots, the stores…though I do find ..READ MORE..
The Joy of Shooting Photos By Dennie Mullete My name is Dennie, I’m from Bandung, Indonesia. And sorry if my English not so good … When the first time I found this site, I was searching for a pocket camera with good high ISO performance, and I found Steve reviewing the Olympus PEN E-PL1 … ..READ MORE..
From a Nikon D800 (DSLR) to Olympus and Fuji (Mirrorless) by Robin Schimko Three months ago I had the opportunity to do a reportage on a sailing boat cruising along the coastline of Crete, in the Mediterranean Sea. Last year I did the same thing in the Caribbean but this time I didn’t bring a ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon and Steve, I’m Bach, writing from Vietnam. I have been following your page for a while now but this is the first submission ever! Mainly because I shoot alot, all over the world, but rarely have time to sit down to process them in recent years. I’ve been shooting for about 8 years ..READ MORE..
Ricoh GR Bundle Holiday Deal B&H Photo is having yet another deal on another fantastic pocket camera. First they had a great buy on the Nikon Coolpix A, then the Hasselblad Stellar, and now the Ricoh GR! This camera is yet another amazing pocket camera and while some may prefer the other two cameras, many ..READ MORE..
Quick User Report: Using the Voigtlander 40 1.4 on the Sony A7s by Devin Jameson Just wanted to post a few images recently made with the Sony a7s and Nokton 40mm 1.4 SC. Pros: Sharp at the focus point, even wide open—IF you nail the focus Sharpness picks up quickly when stopped down if you ..READ MORE..
Rediscovering Old Friends Part 2 – With film By John Tuckey Hi Brandon In my recent post about rediscovering the ‘Lux 50 I mentioned that there was film in the lab and that I’d send in a film post when it was back… well, here you go. I’ve picked out a handful that directly correlate to the ..READ MORE..
Hey Steve and Brandon, Here’s a bit of daily inspiration for all of the Sony RX100 owners out there. Though I’m also a proud A7 owner, my favorite point-and-shoot never ceases to amaze. I love holding little pieces of glass or plastic (sunglasses work well) in front of the lens for blurred edges and unique ..READ MORE..
Wedding photography with Nikon Df and AIS lenses By Peter Patenaude I recently had the opportunity to photograph a wedding in Greece. As the title suggests, I photograph with two Nikon Dfs paired with only manual AIS lenses, for this wedding the 20mm 2.8, the 50mm 1.2 and the 105mm 2.8. Of course, what is ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon and Steve, here is my contribution to your Daily Inspiration section on your great website. It’s from my last trip to Tibet. All photos were shot by Olympus OM-D E-M5 and Panasonic 12-35 f/2.8 zoom lens (which is my reliable companion for my trips). Cheers, Ondřej Caska www.ondrejcaska.com