Going ULTRA WIDE at a Biker meet with my Olympus EM1 by Christian Delbert

Going ULTRA WIDE at a Biker meet with my Olympus EM1 by Christian Delbert Hi Steve! As photographers, we all become lazy and need motivation. Many times that means a new camera, new lens or viewing a photo book or someone else’s great photographs. Then we go out and do some shutter therapy! Every father’s…

Shooting Portraits with a Leica M10 By Riswan Christiano

Shooting Portraits with a Leica M10 By Riswan Christiano Hi steve! Thanks for the opportunity once again im so grateful indeed to have come across your website the first place that actually improved my knowlege of photography! and… Hi guys! Glad to be back contributing on another report.  This time I was able to get…

Focus Stacking with the Olympus EM1 MKII and 30mm f/3.5 by Tim Bradbury

Focus Stacking with the Olympus EM1 MKII and 30mm f/3.5 by Tim Bradbury Olympus has to my mind been one of the true pioneers in digital photography. They (and Panasonic) dared to go to a smaller sensor, gambling that the size and weight of equipment mattered to many of today’s photographers. It certainly does to…

The Japanese Summilux! Thoughts on the Canon 50 1.4 LTM Lens

The Japanese Summilux! Thoughts on theCanon 50 1.4 LTM Lens  By Kevin Shorter – His website is HERE.  The Canon Lens 50mm 1:1.4 LTM has colloquially become referred to as The Japanese Summilux. I profess to own a good copy of this lens and confess to not owning a Leica Summilux. So I have no…

The Canon 90 f/2.8 Tilt Shift Lens on a Sony A7RII By Aloys Main

The Canon 90 f/2.8 Tilt Shift Lens on a Sony A7RII By Aloys Main – See his Instagram Here A few months ago, I was asked to make a close up shooting for ceramic potteries. I decided to make the job not with a macro lens, but with the Canon 90mm TSE Tilt-Shift lens (TS).…

Fashion photographer. Two and half years with SONY A7R By Ivan Tsupka

Fashion photographer. Two and half years with SONY A7R. By Ivan Tsupka Introduction Over the past two and a half years, I’ve shot more than a hundred fashion projects using the Sony A7r with Sony Zeiss 24-70/4 FE lens. I shot covers and editorials for magazines, advertising campaigns, fashion brands, etc .. And now I…

From Full Frame to Quarter Frame and Back to Full Frame by Michael James Murray

From Full Frame to Quarter Frame and Back to Full Frame. Chasing the Holy Grail of Image Quality and Portability By Michael James Murray – See his Instagram HERE I started learning photography in earnest about 10 years ago when I took some time off from practicing law.  My wife and I moved to Alaska…

The Sony 16-35 f/2.8 G Master Lens Review by Chad Wadsworth

The Sony 16-35 f/2.8 G Master Lens Review by Chad Wadsworth – See his website HERE With each new digital camera release, it seems we move further away from the dirtier elements of photography. No longer do digital sensors struggle with anemic dynamic range or poor low light performance. Everything is “clean” these days. At the…

Using the Leica M, Nikon D810 and Olympus EM5 by Tamer Erden

Using the Leica M, Nikon D810 and Olympus EM5 by Tamer Erden Dear Steve, First of all, I’d like to thank you for this enthusiastic web site hosting those either amateur or professional photographers’ creations. As you might remember, I submitted a user report regarding the M43 system before (http://www.stevehuffphoto.com/2014/04/18/the-olympus-e-m5-using-dramatic-tone-by-tamer-erdem/). After that I had used…

The Leica M240 still inspires By Steven Jones

The Leica M240 still inspires By Steven Jones Hello Steve and Brandon, thank you for allowing me to write this user report. My name is Steven Jermaine aka 5amtoday, and I am a photographer. Wow, it has been one year and a little over five months since my last report on my trusty Leica M240.…

A few thoughts about the Fujifilm X100F by Olaf Sztaba

A few thoughts about the Fujifilm X100F By Olaf Sztaba This is not a review per se. I have been shooting with the X-series cameras for the last six years (starting with the original X100) and I have enjoyed shooting with them tremendously. I have never been paid by Fujifilm, its subsidiaries or other camera…

The HASSELBLAD X1D Street Review By Thomas Ludwig

The HASSELBLAD X1D Street Review By Thomas Ludwig When HASSELBLAD presented the X1D medium format mirrorless camera in 2016, I was very impressed. And glad and happy for HASSELBLAD for this bold move after some shaky times in the last two years. Some weeks later I got the chance to hold the X1D in my…