Apr 102012
 
The Panasonic GF-1. An old friend Re-visited -  by Colin Steel

The Panasonic GF-1. An old friend Re-visited –  by Colin Steel   fellow photo travelers and camera junkies, like most of you I love reading Steve’s site to hear his thoughts on the latest kit, I can hardly wait for the Olympus OM-D to hit, it just looks sooo cool. In the meantime I got ..READ MORE..

Apr 092012
 
The Great 35mm Rangefinder Lens Shootout - PART 2 - Close Up and Wide Open - by Brad Husick

The Great 35mm Rangefinder Lens Shootout – Part 2 – Close-Up and Wide-Open By Brad Husick In part one of “The Great 35mm Rangefinder Lens Shootout” we tested several lenses in a typical landscape scene, setting the lenses at their infinity focus points and shooting at f/4. This represented a fairly typical scenario of grabbing ..READ MORE..

Apr 072012
 

Hello to everyone! Hope you are having a great Easter weekend. I have been trying to take it easy on weekends lately so I can get other things done like house stuff, paying bills, laundry, grocery shopping, AND shooting! So today I am going to post a youtube video that has been getting some attention. ..READ MORE..

Apr 062012
 
Fuji X-Pro 1 - Some tips to fix the quirks - By Armando Chiu

Hey Steve!  I got my X-Pro 1 yesterday, and after some frustration and complaints, I am starting to like the XP1 more by working around some of the quirks. Here are some workarounds to the quirks that I compiled. Some from discussions with others and some via testing. APERTURE BLADE CHATTER Option 1 (best one in ..READ MORE..

Apr 032012
 
Three Approaches to Shooting a Classic Screwmount Leica  by Khoa Tran

Three Approaches to Shooting a Classic Screwmount Leica by Khoa Tran See Khoa’s Flickr HERE Before the introduction of their famous M-system of cameras and lenses in the 1950s, Leica (then Ernst Leitz DRP) produced a rangefinder system now known as the Leica threadmount, screwmount, or, simply “Barnack” cameras, after their inventor, Oskar Barnack, who ..READ MORE..

Apr 022012
 
Trying out the Sony NEX-7 in Vegas with the Leica 35 Summilux ASPH and Zeiss 24 1.8

Trying out the Sony NEX-7 in Vegas with the Leica 35 Summilux ASPH and Zeiss 24 1.8 This past weekend I was super busy (sorry for the delays in answering e-mails) as I was in Vegas with 6 others for the quick Vegas weekend trip that I maxed out to 7 attendees so we could all ..READ MORE..

Apr 022012
 
Photographing your family with the BEST photo equipment you can afford by Peter | Prosophos

If you’re “just” photographing your family, get the BEST photo equipment you can afford (that you are able to use, or can learn to use). — Peter | Prosophos. ___________ I was prompted to write the above after reading yet another, “if you’re just photographing your family, get a cheap point-and-shoot” comment on one of ..READ MORE..

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