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…

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…

Salvation Mountain and East Jesus with a Leica SL, 10mm, Sony A9, a2000 Gimbal and a Spark

Salvation Mountain and East Jesus with a Leica SL, 10mm, Sony A9, a2000 Gimbal and a Spark By Steve Huff Our 20 Minute Video showcasing the Location, the gear and the results! Watch this and then read more about it below! Hey all, happy Monday! While today is the big Eclipse day that the news…

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 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…

TIPS: Working in Cold Weather with your Digital Camera by Jay Dickman

TIPS: Working in Cold Weather with Olympus Cameras By Olympus Visionary Jay Dickman – His Website is HERE Snow, rain, fog, all sorts of “atmospherics” that keep most sane people inside, can be very productive photographic environments in which we can work. While everyone else is hunkering before the fire, the avid photographer puts on…

Photography is for memories, not pixel peeping. By Dennie

Photography is for memories, not pixel peeping. By Dennie Hi Steve! I hope you are well and happy. I have been reading your website since you review the Olympus PEN E-PL 1. My name is Dennie, I’m from Bandung, West Java, Indonesia A lot of people think that a pro photographer is an expert but I…

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