UPDATE: Valley of Fire workshop! ONE SEAT remains! Feb 21st -24th ONE SEAT REMAIN in a shared room and then we are SOLD OUT!! If you want in, e-mail me! These will not last long! February 21st-24th 2014 OK! With all of these new cameras released and now in the hands of all of YOU what ..READ MORE..
Mama, don’t take my Ektachrome away By: Ibraar Hussain Dear Steve, I hope you’re well and enjoyed Christmas. To kick off the New year 2014 I thought I’d send you an article and some pictures I hope you may find interesting and publish. This is especially for those looking to try some Film and to ..READ MORE..
Voigtlander close focus M Adapter, 50 Nokton 1.5 and Sony A7r By Steve Huff Hello to all! The new year is almost upon us and last week I received a very cool item to check out. Not thinking it would be anything special I set it to the side for a day or two while ..READ MORE..
Sao Paulo Street Portraits with the Nikon DF by Alejandro Ilukewitsch Dear Steve thanks for your wonderful site, to some of us who can’t actually test gear before buying is of an amazing help. I live currently in Brazil, and it’s not possible to go to a store to test all the wonderful equipment that ..READ MORE..
Steve, I have a perpetual photographic series that I call “Us”. For the past nine months, I have used the Olympus OM-D E-M5, with a Zuiko 45mm f1.8 (usually shot wide open). Below is a description of the project: “Our faces reflect our thoughts, dreams, emotions, and personality. Our faces are ‘Us.’ Carl Sandberg wrote ..READ MORE..
The Sony RX1 goes to Rio De Janeiro by Mash Hi Steve, Been following your site for a little over six months now and thanks to your reviews I picked up the Fuji X100s and the Sony RX1. I originally had a Nikon D300s, and it had been sitting on my desk for over two ..READ MORE..
The New York Times year in Pictures 2013 If you want to see the power of a single photograph then you must take a look at the 2013 year in photos from the NY Times. Scrolling through the slideshow will bring many emotions including tears, anxiety and compassion. Goes to show the true power of ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon My name is Andrew Cruttenden and i live in the north of England. I have been following your fathers site for over a year now and i must say it is fantastic. The articles, contributions and reviews are superb. I have been taking snaps for about four years now, started with an Olympus ..READ MORE..
Will the Smartphone ever replace the camera? By Ibraar Hussain For enthusiastic amateurs and those with more than a snap shooting interest in Photography, I’d say no, not now, not ever. There are certain things Smart Phones lack, and even if you gave a Smart Phone Full Frame and a gazillion Mega Pixels; it’ll still ..READ MORE..
Quality over Quantity, my rule of life. By Steve Huff Hello to all and once again I thank you for stopping by and reading my website/blog! For the past 5 years I have worked on this day in and day out and sometimes, night in and night out! I used to think that after 3-4 ..READ MORE..
My Fave Photobook buys of 2013 By Colin Steel – HIs website is HERE. Hey everyone, I was just looking at all of the end of year lists that are appearing of the 10 best, movies, songs, photos etc. and of course the many, many versions of the top photo books of the year by ..READ MORE..
Brandon, First, congratulations on your new job at your dad’s wonderful site. I’ve been a diligent reader for about a year and find a ton of useful information here. I have been serious about photography since I started college in 1996. Since then, I’ve been blessed that I have the resources (and a very understanding ..READ MORE..
The Nikon Df Camera Review by Steve Huff Wow, what a whirlwind year this has been! There have been so many cameras released..and I mean GOOD, SOLID and AMAZING digital cameras here in 2013 (Olympus E-M1, Sony RX1R, Sony A7/A7r, Leica M, and others) and as this jam packed year comes to a close, my last ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon, Hope you’re enjoying the new position. I’ve been a reader of the site for years and it has helped me to make the decision to ditch my DSLR cameras and use mirrorless cameras full-time. So thanks for being such a great resource! Having purchased an Olympus EM-1 the week it was available here ..READ MORE..
Lost Angels By Lee Jeffries I guess “Lost Angels was a “process” that started for me five years ago. I was in London to run the marathon and found myself wandering the streets with my camera the day before the race. I trained my long lens on a young homeless girl huddled in a sleeping ..READ MORE..