Rediscovering Photography with the help of a bike, the Fuji X100T and a girl. By Robert Lee

Rediscovering Photography with the help of a bike, the Fuji X100T and a girl. By Robert Lee Here I am sat in not-so-sunny England, staring at a blank pages document with Wimbledon on in the background hoping to be able to write an account of how, in the past five years I have gone from…

Don’t Choose a Camera by its Specs Today. Choose with your Heart…and Brain.

Don’t Choose a Camera by its Specs Today. Choose with your Heart and Brain. Happy Saturday everyone. I woke up today and shot a few cameras this morning and realized something. I see so many stress out over a new camera purchase today. I get e-mail after e-mail asking me “What Camera Should I Buy”,…

My Leica CL alternative: the Fuji X-E1 and 40mm Summicron By Reindert Gerding

My Leica CL alternative: the Fuji X-E1 and 40mm Summicron By Reindert Gerding As a 13yr old kid I started photography with an old Kodak camera and manual light meter, after which I moved to a Cosina that I found in my parents attic. On my 16th birthday my grandfather gave me his Leica CL with…

The new Panasonic GH5 and more of my thoughts on the future of Digital Imaging.

The new Panasonic GH5 and more of my thoughts on the future of Digital Imaging. It never ends! The upgrade train keeps on rolling by, making stops across the world right to our doorsteps under disguise of a UPS or Fed Ex truck. Camera manufactures today, even with slumping sales across the board (compared to…

Vietnam From A Moving Window By Brad Nichol

Vietnam From A Moving Window By Brad Nichol Three years ago, my lovely wife and I sojourned to Vietnam on tour with 25 other people.

Now please note I said with 25 other people!  No, this was not a photo tour, just a regular tour for regular folk toting compacts and camera phones and if my…

Against Oblivion by Kevin Pilz

Against Oblivion By Kevin Pilz I’m Kevin Pilz and I’m a Hobby photographer from Ulm, Germany. I started with photography three years ago when my daughter was born. Besides family pictures I mainly shoot portraits and challenge myself with little photo projects such as shooting in monochrome only and restricting myself to only use one…

Where I think the Camera Industry is Headed. By Steve Huff

Where I think the Camera Industry is Headed. By Steve Huff Photokina has come and gone and by all reports around the world (wide web) it has shrunk again with some saying it matched 2012 and others saying it was way down. Over the years it has been shrinking in participation and attendance, and what…