The Real Digital FM3? Nikon Manual Lenses on the X-T1 by David Nash Hi Steve and readers. Not being as young as many of you I still have a soft spot for small metal cameras with lots of dials (even if I don’t actually turn them) – and a bundle of Nikon lenses including one ..READ MORE..
Bags, Bags and a Strap! New from ONA Bags ONA bags, the company that brings us the very cool ONA Bowery and brought Leica users the Limited Edition “Berlin” that sold out within a day now brings us a few new bags to choose from in our constant quest for the perfect travel and protection companion. ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon and Steve, I’m a long-time reader of your site and enjoy the daily inspiration contributions of your readers. I live in New York City and mostly shoot with my Leica M. There are endless opportunities for photography in the city, but one of my favorite subjects is mannequins. The city in general, and ..READ MORE..
Photography, Education, Exams by Tim Hogendoorn Documentary photography; one of those magical things in live I love. My name is Tim Hogendoorn, 23 years old and living in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. From the year 2010 I have been studying photography in Rotterdam and this year in May, is my graduation. From the beginning of my ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon/Steve, First of all, let me introduce myself. I am Mark Abellon from the Philippines. I started photography by about a couple of years from now. I stumbled upon this website while searching for reviews and looking for options for my first camera. Photography has been a part of my life ever since. I find ..READ MORE..
The Sony RX1r meets the Olympus E-M1 in Iceland By Chris Bakker My website - http://www.chrisbakkerphoto.com Hi Steve and readers of SteveHuffPhoto.com! My name is Chris Bakker, a free time photographer from the Netherlands. I began to do photography around Christmas of 2012. I started off with a Sony RX100 by taking photos from all kinds ..READ MORE..
The Circus with the Sony A7 By Gavin Hardy So with a wedding on the Sunday, I decided to hire the Zeiss twins (as I’ve labelled them) for the weekend. And lucky for me (and Ella!) the circus was in town. Which actually, in a nutshell, shows what a versatile little camera the full frame ..READ MORE..
The winner of the $16,290 and Leica Monochrom from I-SHOT-IT! So did any of you here enter the last B&W Photo Competition from I-SHOT-IT? Click HERE to see the newly announced winners, including the winner of the Monochrom and the $16,000 cash. They already started the next B&W competition so if you think you have ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon and Steve! My name is Luis Fornero I’m from Argentina, now living in Spain. I read your blog very often and it had an impact in the way I use photography equipment. I’m in a migration process from DSLR + heavy zooms to mirrorless and fixed manual primes, mostly Leica M/L39 mount. No AF ..READ MORE..
A Panasonic GX7 and 20 1.7 II Update..still a great combo! By Steve Huff Just a quick update for all of you Micro 4/3 shooters out there. As some of you know, I have been shooting with Olympus cameras for the past couple of years and LOVING them, specifically the wonderful E-M1. I also enjoyed ..READ MORE..
Oh Pentax… I tried, I really did. The Pentax K3 and the Crazy-Acting Mirror Sickness by Amy Medina What a frustrating few months it has been. I am going to preface this article by stating this: Pentax really did bend over backwards to try to make me happy, and in the end they did do ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve and Brandon I am an amateur photographer from the Netherlands living and working in Curacao, Dutch caribbean. I am using Leica equipment for the last 15 years. Currently I own the M Monochrom and M240. My day-to-day lens is the Summilux 35/1.4. Since my Monochrom is for sensor cleaning (oil smear:) and sensor repair ..READ MORE..
How the Nikon V1 is changing my approach to Photography by Francois Kaplan Hey guys! First let me congratulate you for the blog, it is always interesting and refreshing to read! When I was 13 years old, I got my first serious camera, the Nikkormat EL with a 50mm prime. I enjoyed taking photos for ..READ MORE..
Fuji X-T1 Ergonomic DYI Improvements by Ronald Grauer I will not talk to you about the quality of the camera, we all know it’s a good camera with some little problem like every camera has. Of course, I couldn’t do anything about what’s going on inside, but I could do something about 2 of the major ..READ MORE..