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…

Best of the best: The Phase One IQ3-100MP Trichromatic compared to the original IQ3-100MP By Andrew Paquette

Best of the best: The Phase One IQ3-100MP Trichromatic compared to the original IQ3-100MP By Andrew Paquette – See his website HERE I recently had an opportunity to test Phase One’s new IQ3-100 Trichromatic back, hereafter called “trichromatic”. It is a terrific digital back, but how different is it from the original IQ3-100? Both are excellent…

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…

Adventure & Review. The Sony A9 with the Voigtlander 50 f/3.5 Heliar. What a Lens! By Steve Huff

Adventure & Review. The Sony A9 with the Voigtlander 50 f/3.5 Heliar. What a Lens! By Steve Huff MUST SEE! Check out my latest video! Debby and I visit Beautiful Sedona, AZ with the Sony A9, Olympus PEN-F, this Voigtlander lens and a DJI Spark with Epson BT-300 Glasses! Subscribe to my YouTube HERE to…

A first look at the Voigtlander 65mm f/2 Macro (Prototype) for Sony E Mount

A first look at the Voigtlander 65mm f/2 APO Macro (Prototype) for Sony E Mount By Steve Huff NOTE: I can not show the lens, as the body/design is not final. The OPTICS ARE final so I can share images from the lens. Enjoy this very 1st look at the upcoming Voigtlander 65 f/2 Macro…

Scotland to Hawaii with the ‘Swiss Army Camera’ – Sony RX10 MkIII by Jim Main

Scotland to Hawaii with the ‘Swiss Army Camera’ – Sony RX10 MkIII by Jim Main – See his website HERE Hello Steve, Your fantastic site is all about ‘Real World’ experiences so I thought I would share this recent experience with you and your readers. I discovered your site about 5 years ago as I…

A week in Switzerland with the Phase One XF-100 By Andrew Paquette

A week in Switzerland with the Phase One XF-100 By Andrew Paquette – http://www.paqphoto.com  Two weeks ago, I discovered that I had a week-long vacation coming up. I had been wanting to spend the week taking photos, but because I’d forgotten about the holiday, hadn’t set anything up. Although I had wanted to make portraits, there…

How to use Focus Stacking and Bracketing with Olympus Micro 4/3 Cameras By Peter Baumgarten

How to use Focus Stacking and Bracketing with Olympus Micro 4/3 Cameras By Olympus Trailblazer Peter Baumgarten Every autumn, in the forests near my home, a massive reproductive event takes place that I just can’t ignore. It starts during the warm days of summer when long tendrils of mycelium digest their way through the rotting…

Hands on with the Blazing Fast Sony A6500 Camera In Austin TX! By Chad Wadsworth

Hands on with the Blazing Fast Sony A6500 Camera In Austin TX! By Chad Wadsworth – His website is HERE.  You can Pre Order the A6500 AT B&H Photo or Amazon Greetings Steve Huff readers. Chad Wadsworth here – your man on the street from my hometown of Austin, TX where Sony just hosted a media…

The Olympus 300mm Pro F/4 Official Lens Review by Craig Litten

The Olympus 300mm Pro F/4 Official Lens Review by Craig Litten You can buy the Olympus 300mm F/4 Pro HERE.  Intro A 600mm lens is the lens we all dream about. It’s the crème de la crème, the one that makes people drool, the one that when carrying it people ask, “Are you a professional?”…

Thailand with M glass and the Sony A7rII By Guillaume Dutilh

Thailand with M glass and the Sony A7rII By Guillaume Dutilh Travel photography has always been a compromise between quality, bulk, weight and inconspicuousness. Being a minimalist at heart, putting together a travel friendly photo system that would deliver on all these points was a fun challenge to tackle. I used to shoot Nikon full-frame…

FROM MOTION TO EMOTION by Dirk De Paepe

FROM MOTION TO EMOTION by Dirk De Paepe Prologue I could simply have titled this article “Shooting motion”, because in all pictures I used motion as a trope. Motion can be shot in so many different ways. In this article, I’d like to show three shooting styles. I’ll tell you about the shooting technique I…

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