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
Sony A7II Review on the way…until then… Many have been asking “Steve, where is your Sony A7II review?!?!?” – Well, I have only had the camera for a week or so and I need a MINIMUM of two weeks to do a review, sometimes 3-4 weeks. So I am now shooting with it, testing it ..READ MORE..
Alzheimer’s photo project using d800 and Sony A7/A7s. By William Yianni Binks Three years ago I took a photo of my Yiayia (Greek grama) on her 75th birthday. The photo didn’t do so well with the family when they noticed quiet abruptly that her eyes were NOT even in the final photograph. I explained that the ..READ MORE..
Switching to Mirrorless from a DSLR By Mohamed Hakem Hello Steve! Whenever I’m into any stage of photography I come to my passionate website :) Mirrorless really helped me unhinge a new passion for photography. I always considered myself as a nature/landscape. I had a D800 and all what I was interested in was landscape, ..READ MORE..
Fuji X30 does CycLavia Los Angeles By Art Codron There are many situations where I do not feel like lugging my bigger cameras but want something better than my iPhone to shoot with. Enter the Fuji X30… I had one of the original X10’s when they first came out and while it was a pretty ..READ MORE..
Friday Film, Friday Surf By José Pazó I am sending you a new contribution, this time “Friday Film, Friday Surf”. I live in Madrid, Spain, but when summertime arrives, I take my old car, pack my camera quiver (Leica M3, Hasselblad, Cx503, and two digitals GR and K01 with a couple of old Supertakumar lenses), ..READ MORE..
Did you receive your A7II? If so, send me your thoughts… I know many of you ordered the A7II and they started shipping this week, so many of you should have one in you hands by now. I am curious as to what your thoughts are on the camera because I know what mine are. ..READ MORE..
The A7II with 28-70 Kit Lens is IN STOCK now at B&H Photo for immediate shipping! They do not have the body only (sold out) but the body with the kit lens is available right now. I have been shooting with the A7II for over a week now and while I do not want to ..READ MORE..
I’ve recently got back into film photography and more specifically black and white film. There is something to be said about going the analogue route…it is both simple and timeless. Simple: ISO, shutter speed, aperture; click. Timeless: the images b&w film can create. Don’t get me wrong, for it can be an entirely frustrating experience ..READ MORE..
Japan with Leica M-P 240 By Dan Bar Hello Steve, Here i am again hoping sending some more photos from Japan with my Leica M 240 hoping you will like them Japan is a colorful country especially in October and November when all the leaves turn red which is the most wonderful scene to watch. Japan is a ..READ MORE..