A look at the new Apple Mac Pro 2014 I love Apple products. I know many who read these pages do, but I also know many readers here do not use Apple products. In any case, yesterday I received a brand spankin’ new Mac Pro powerhouse from B&H Photo in THIS exact configuration. (Happens to ..READ MORE..
Dear Steve & Brandon, I’ve been enjoying your blog and particularly the Daily Inspiration for sometime now – Thank You ! Although I don’t profess to be a good photographer (my wife is much more creative and takes much better pictures !) I really enjoy the picture taking process and also the technology included in ..READ MORE..
2013 in just twelve images on different formats by Bjarke Ahlstrand Last year I did a – one year – 2012: 12 months, 12 images, 12 cameras / lenses in total guest report for Steve. It was tough to make, it’s really hard to narrow down a big production to just one image per month, ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon, Hi Steve, After reading your blog for may many years, I thought, I should finally get up and share some of my thinking. I am German – and for about 14 years I lived in China, mostly Hong Kong, Beijing and Chongqing. During my life there – and while reading your early Blog, ..READ MORE..
24 Hours with The Fuji X-E2 and 23 1.4. A quick review. by Steve Huff This is not really a “review” of the X-E2 and 23 1.4 but more of a report on using the camera for 24 hours. The X-E2 is VERY similar to the X-E1 and there is not much more to say ..READ MORE..
Steve, Happy New Year! I bought myself the OM-D E-M1, with the 17 1.8, 45 1.8, and 60 2.8 macro for Christmas. Thanks to your blog for helping me choose an amazing camera. My first in 7 years. Wow! The technology certainly has changed and I am constantly amazed. I really want to get into ..READ MORE..
Fuji..Finally..Nails It. The X-T1 seems to be “the” Fuji Body to wait for.. Just as I said Sony grew some balls when they designed and released the (now older) NEX-7, it appears Fuji finally did what I have been waiting for them to do. Yes, it appears Fuji finally ditched the hollow and cheaper feeling ..READ MORE..
Pictures from DPRK (aka North Korea) By Damian Bettles Hi Steve, Really enjoyed reading about all the latest Leica wonders, the images from the Monochrom look incredible, although that is a serious investment in B&W. I imagine that there must be something seriously special about the new Summicron 50 too, to be priced so high. ..READ MORE..
Quick Comparison: Fuji X-E2, Sony A7 and Olympus E-M1 Well here it is! The one many of you have been waiting for, lol. Just got back from a quick 24 hour trip to Vegas and snapped a few shots while there with the Fuji X-E2 and 23 1.4, the Sony A7 and 35 2.8 and ..READ MORE..
Rendering Comparison: Olympus E-P5 vs Sony A7 by Michael Van den Bergh First of all I’d like to thank Steve for his great website. I absolutely love his reviews, and his photos are an inspiration. In this user report I will post comparison shots of the Olympus PEN E-P5 to the Sony A7 at the ..READ MORE..
Brandon, Been following you Dad’s site for a couple of years after I got my first mirrorless Sony Nex-5 . I picked up the SLR Magic 35mm 1.7 for after reading his review on it , and have been an almost daily visitor ever since. I recently received a Sony A7R for Christmas and the ..READ MORE..
Monochromatic with the Fuji X100 By Renan Luna Like many others, I’m a hobbyist photographer and I visit your site daily. I have been shooting for at least 10 years, mostly part-time with my old – and now semi-retired – Canon Rebel XS. I love this camera, but its weight and size hardly go unnoticed ..READ MORE..
Coming next week: Fuji X-E2 and 23 1.4 vs Sony A7 and 35 2.8 report Hope everyone is having a fantastic Friday! I know I am because in my hand I have the fabulous Sony A7 and 35 2.8 and along side of it a Fuji X-E2 and 23 1.4 (35mm equiv). The Fuji arrived ..READ MORE..
Friday Film: My 1st roll of film in a Nikon FM2 by Huss Hardan Hi Steve! Thanks for providing such a great site and forum. I love shooting film and I love shooting digital. The thing with film is that I find it nostalgic, using it just brings back happy memories from when I was ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon & Steve! Love the website! Especially the daily inspiration posts. It’s something different and a great way to share some amazing work. I recently did some volunteering work in India with an NGO called Pollinate Energy. We worked in urban slum communities, deploying solar lamps and smokeless cook stoves for those in need ..READ MORE..