Kids & Flash By Warren Street Love the site and look often. Very informative and fair in an unpretentious way. So right up my alley. I recently bought a flash cord for my D3100 after seeing some of Larry Finks photos and loving the look and feel that to me really highlight emotions. Being a ..READ MORE..
The Moose That Got Away by R.Luther (From Steve: This is a cool little post from Site Sponsor, rluther.com. He makes amazing little buttons to add to your mirrorless cameras for improved tactile feel and control. I have a set on my Sony A7s and A7II, love them. You can see more at his website ..READ MORE..
Back to Sony after 30 years away and why the RX10 works for me By Chris Lamle What? I hear you cry… but Sony didn’t make cameras 30 years ago! It’s true, they didn’t, but way back when I was an graphic design student I had 2nd hand Minolta XG-7 (see the Sony connection?), upon ..READ MORE..
My Dad’s Camera. Sliding back to the future by Mark Farnell Kodak Retinette Minolta XD with 50mm 1.7 lens One of my enduring memories growing up was slide nights following my father’s return from an overseas work trip. The film of choice was always Kodachrome 64, and the main camera was a Kodak Retinette with a fixed 45mm ..READ MORE..
Using Sony NEX cameras as a digital back for 4×5″ Sinar By Dierk Topp What do you get: The possibility of the use of most of the movements of a large format 4×5″ camera! And to get very high resolution images (300 MPixel or more) for very large prints. I printed up to 2m wide, I love ..READ MORE..
Low light photography with the Nikon V3 By Aspen Z Hi Steve and Brandon, it’s great to be here again! The last time I posted was when I took the V2 to South Africa where it did the entirety of the trip. Since then, I’ve done many more excursions with it and from the tone of that post ..READ MORE..
The new Zeiss 35 1.4 Zm Distagon on the Sony A7s by Sean Cook Hello Steve! My name is Sean, and I’m a wedding photographer in Detroit. I just picked up the new Zeiss Distagon 35mm 1.4 ZM from Popflash Photo in California, and I wanted to drop you a line to give you some ..READ MORE..
Leica M-P 240 Lenny Kravitz Edition “Correspondent” Special Edition *Wow. You can pre-order yourself one at Leica Store Miami HERE. ;) Leica is at it again! Another special edition. Last week was the Olive “Safari” Leica M-P 240 Set (Which I loved BTW as it was less expensive than the standard for a SE) and now ..READ MORE..
My Canon A1 and Good Old Film! By Philipp Wortmann Hi Brandon, Today I’d like to share a couple of slightly random Black and White Film photos that I dug up on my hard drive. I think a hard drive is just a horrible place for photos to live so I figured your website might be ..READ MORE..
Brandon, here’s a troika for you and Steve, showing my native Seattle posing for the winter light. I photographed these after an extended stay in Europe, as sort of way to remind me of the look and feel of my hometown. I have used these photos for my “night job” writing about cities (as Steve ..READ MORE..
MIRRORLESS BATTLE! Micro 4/3 vs APS-C vs Full Frame! E-M1, X-T1, A7s – 8 side by side tests This was a blast to do, and shows the STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES of Micro 4/3, APS-C and Full Frame cameras, specifically the E-M1, X-T1 and A7s. Even I was surprised at some of these results and I ..READ MORE..
Pre-Order the Leica M-P 240 “Safari” Edition Leica is at it again and this time they have created a special edition Leica M-P Type 240 giving it the Safari treatment! I remember the M8.2 Safari Edition and today we have the latest and greatest M in the famous Olive color. This one comes with a 35 ..READ MORE..
28 images from the A7s, A7II, E-M1, E-M5II, Fuji X-T1, Fuji X100T, and M 240 Hello to all and HAPPY FRIDAY! After I posted my recent E-M5II Camera review (see it HERE) many have been asking me THIS question: “NOW I AM CONFUSED! What camera do I buy? The E-M1, E-M5Ii, A7II, M 240 or ..READ MORE..