Hello Brandon and Steve. I am wedding photography based out of the Bay Area (Northern California). I have been following your site/blog for many years now and appreciate “real” reviews on products that I may be interested in purchasing. I wanted to submit a few pics that I have shot by some of the beautiful ..READ MORE..
Munichs oldest cemetery with Leica M and Monochrom by Andreas Cornet Dear Steve, my name is Andreas and I live in Munich, Germany. I follow your great blog for about a year but so far did not post anything. My photographic life started some 11 years ago when our daughter was born. I started shooting with several Nikon ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon and Steve, I am Massimiliano Bruschi, from Ferrara, Italy. I have to say thank you for the great work you do on the website, your blog is AMAZING, rich of inspiration and I have to admit, every day the quality of new content is increasing, so it’s a pleasure to return on your ..READ MORE..
The Leica M 240 at Night by Ivan Makarov A few weeks ago, I had a chance to visit New York City for a few days, focusing only on photography. Well, I focused on the food too, as it’s kind of legendary. Because I live on the West Coast, near San Francisco, NYC was an ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve and Brandon! My name is Håkan Lundin. I’m from Sweden, and I’ve been photographing more or less half my life. I bought my first camera, a Canon EOS 300 when I was 16 in 1999, and from there on I’ve been through a whole bunch of cameras. When I moved on to digital ..READ MORE..
Hamburg with the Monochrom By Dan Bar Hi Steve Just got back from Hamburg Germany, nice city with terrible winter weather. It was cold and damp which made photography quite a challenge. My fingers froze under the gloves as the MM body is made out of steel. and it felt ice-cold. As a matter of fact ..READ MORE..
The Voigtlander Ultron 40 f/2 SL II by Julien Hautcoeur I’m Julien, one of your readers, thank you for all your work that you share with us on your website. I’m a French engineer living in Canada. I like to travel and take photographs of the places I visit. I would like to share with ..READ MORE..
For me the king of them all – The Nikon D4 By Villager Jim www.facebook.com/villagerjim Hi Steve! After many months of avid reading i thought it time if i may to put pen to paper from here in the UK and let you know my thoughts afetr owning a D4 for a year or more. ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve, Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to share these photos with your readers. I consider it a real honor. I have been a long time fan of your site and have always appreciated seeing the work of other readers. I am a professor at Penn State University and these photos ..READ MORE..
The $11,500 Hasselblad HV! Oops, I mean Sony A99! The new Hasselblad HV. A DSLR that offers no compromises with tough as nails build, jaw dropping beauty and is already a proven winner because it is indeed a Sony A99! All for $11,500! Woohoo! Yes, this was announced 3-4 days ago or so but I ..READ MORE..
South in Black and White By David Mello Hey guys! I’ve never shared my work before, but I’ve loved following your site, so though this might be a good time to start. I’m originally from south of Boston. A few years ago, I was having a really bad day, so I just got in my ..READ MORE..
Used Leica M 240 – $6495 – Owned by Mark Spitz Was browsing over at pop flash.com today to see if they had any interesting goodies and noticed that they have a black Leica M 240 for sale, used, for $6495. They say it was owned by Olympic swimmer Mark Spitz. Hopefully it never took ..READ MORE..
On Patience By Khoa Tran “Sometimes, the best street photos are taken while wearing a backpack full of groceries…” Recently, I thought about the differences in approach and style between myself and a photographer friend whose work I admire very much. He’s very good with small details, and I can just picture him (and I’ve ..READ MORE..
Ralph Gibson Monochrome – 100% SOLD OUT at $28,000 each! That was FAST. I had a feeling this special limited edition Ralph Gibson would indeed sell out because the set was absolutely jaw dropping gorgeous and there are always some out there looking for ways to spend their cash. Only 35 sets were made which ..READ MORE..