Miniature landscapes with focus stacking By Andrew Paquette

Miniature landscapes with focus stacking By Andrew Paquette – HIs website – www.paqphoto.com A few weeks ago, I tested out a Phase One Trichromatic with some still lifes in my living room. I had wanted to do some portraits, but thanks to recent surgery, couldn’t get out of the house very easily. Now, I feel better,…

Shooting rhythmics with the Sony A9 by Carlo Di Giusto

Shooting rhythmics with the Sony A9 by Carlo Di Giusto Hi Steve, As a sports photographer, I would like to share with you and your readers my experience with the Sony A9 in rhythmic gymnastics. I’ve been shooting this beautiful discipline for nearly ten years: I made my debut at Torino’s European Championship in 2008. Since then,…

The Leica M3 and SL in Tokyo, Analog and Digital by Michael Hood

The Leica M3 and SL in Tokyo, Analog and Digital by Michael Hood Last July I spent three weeks in the metropolis of Tokyo, Japan. I walked the streets for hours each day looking for interesting people, places and details. I created a series “Lotus Pond” and published them on my site at: Digital:https://www.mjhoodphoto.com/portfolio/C0000Lh3FeurucXE/G00007oiajauIL6IAnalogue:https://www.mjhoodphoto.com/portfolio/C0000Lh3FeurucXE/G0000Sk4PxELFwVwA short…

The Hasselblad X1D Shoots New York City and More  By Joe Marquez

The Hasselblad X1D Shoots New York City and More By Joe Marquez Just returned from a quick visit to New York City with my Hasselblad X1D and two XCD lenses & the 30mm f/3.5 and 90mm f/3.2.  While there I managed to take in a few NYC sights, shoot the annual Halloween Parade, photograph a…

USER REPORT: The Light L16 Camera, Week One (and a bit) By Harry Teasley

The Light L16 Camera, Week One (and a bit) By Harry Teasley I wanted to follow up my Day One review of the L16 camera from Light with one more in-depth, after more time with the camera. It’s a very interesting photographic tool, without a doubt. It does some things surprisingly well, but also, less…

4000 Miles in 6 Days. Racing with the Light by Sebastian Blandino

4000 Miles in 6 Days. Racing with the Light by Sebastian Blandino Dear Steve and fellow Stevehuffphoto.com readers, I’m glad to have the opportunity to share my new set titled “Racing against the light”. I shot it during a long roadtrip from Vegas up to Bonneville and then back to LA via Death Valley ( and…

Trans-Pecos Festival of Love + Music By Chad Wadsworth

Trans-Pecos Festival of Love + Music By Chad Wadsworth Chad Wadsworth has photographed the world of music for over a decade and is a Red Bull Global photographer and Sony Artisan of Imagery – you can view his website here and instagram here. Chad visited this year’s Trans-Pecos Festival of Love + Music and brought…

The Hasselblad X1D Shoots Bellydancers By Joe Marquez

The Hasselblad X1D Shoots Bellydancers By Joe Marquez aka The Smoking Camera Last week I photographed a bellydance dress rehearsal with the Hasselblad X1D and two lenses – the 30mm f/3.5 and 90mm f/3.2 XCD. Normally I shoot dance performances with a DSLR so why shoot with a medium format camera? The primary reason is…

The Hasselblad X1D: Dance Photography with the 90mm f/3.2 XCD Lens By Joe Marquez

The Hasselblad X1D: Dance Photography with the 90mm f/3.2 XCD Lens By Joe Marquez – See his website www.thesmokingcamera.com (See Joe’s 1st User Report on the X1D as he used it for Birding HERE) Can the Hasselblad X1D with the 90mm f/3.2 XCD lens handle a dance performance? And the answer is …. depends. Yesterday…

A Year with the Leica M10 – A Field Report and Re-Review of a Modern Digital Classic

A Year with the Leica M10 – A Field Report and Re-Review of a Modern Digital Classic By Ashwin Rao – Join the Leica M10 Facebook Group HERE.  Dear friends and fellow photographers, it has been nearly 1 year since the Leica M10 first was announced, and only now are cameras beginning to be readily…

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