UPDATE! If you want to join us you MUST book by July 1st! This mean payment is due by JULY 1st! After that we I can no longer accept ANY bookings! “THE CRUISE” 2012 – The 1st annual SteveHuffPhoto.com Photo Cruise. We will be touring the east coast for a full week in September 2012 ..READ MORE..
Progress and the Olympus OM-D by Robert Falconer – See his website HERE With the arrival of Olympus’ new OM-D camera, I thought I would take a look at the product’s importance to both the history of Olympus, and the marketplace in general. This is not a review, per se, but more of an overview of ..READ MORE..
TONS of Leica used deals and buys! It has been a while since I posted used deals and special, mostly because I have been too busy to do so! But tonight I have been browsing B&H Photo, PopFlash.com and Dale Photo and found some used Leica deals some of you might enjoy :) Looks like many may ..READ MORE..
Dear Steve, When I first read your first post on the SLR Magic Hyperprime 50mm T0.95 LM Lens, I was immediate intrigue by it. I am a fan of fast lens and have shot with the few of them but not the legendary Lecia Noct. Looking at the photos from your workshop, it is clear ..READ MORE..
Olympus OM-D – First day in Singapore by Colin Steel I got a very big surprise yesterday when the guys at Artworkfoto in Singapore contacted me to say they had OMD’s in stock !!! I jumped at the chance and bought the two lens kit (they didn’t have the new 12-50 one) as I wanted ..READ MORE..
User Report: Concert Photography & Portraits with a vintage Mamiya Universal Press and Polaroid Back by Chad Wadsworth www.chadwadsworth.com Hello Steve Huff Photo readers! Steve was kind enough to let me share with you some concert photography and artist portraits that I’ve taken over the last few years with Polaroid land cameras and an old ..READ MORE..
The Sony NEX-3 and new Sigma 30 2.8 E mount lens by Scott Sarber Hi Steve, I’ve been following your site for a few years now. You featured me in a daily inspiration last year. At that time, I was having a lot of fun with the 28mm Industar 69 & my NEX-3. I’ve recently ..READ MORE..
OM-D E-M5 starts to ship! Who has received their cameras? Even though Olympus originally told me I would have a review sample of the new OM-D E-M5 by mid April I do not so I am still awaiting for my Amazon pre-order to arrive! I heard from a few people who have received their cameras ..READ MORE..
Sony NEX-7 with the SLR Magic Hyperprime 50 T0.95 and other ramblings… I recently updated my rolling review of the SLR Magic “Hyperprime” 50mm T0.95 lens, which is their statement Leica mount lens. I Just added a few images shot with it on the Sony NEX-7 and have to say it did great. You can ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve, I have been following your site for quite some time now and I keep coming back! The reason is I really like your articles and your “daily inspiration” posts. All of the over 300 great photographers sharing their work on your site has given me a lot of inspiration, which is why I ..READ MORE..
The Fuji 18mm f/2 – A fun wide-angle for your X-Pro 1 Yep! I still have the review sample of the X-Pro 1 here with me along with the 18mm and 35 1.4 lenses. While I prefer the 35 1.4 for the X-Pro 1, and that would be THE lens I chose if I ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve, First of all thanks for many great reviews! It was thanks to you I got my 35 summicron asph. My name is Truls Bakken. I’m a 26-year-old photographer from Bergen, Norway. Work mainly with b&w portraits and street photography. My homepage is currently down. But if you want to see more of ..READ MORE..
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..
Hello Steve, Searching for who I am, that never seemed easy. I’m 24, currently working and finding myself through the photography industry as a PA, assistant, digitech and everything else to eventually become a shooter. Being in the industry is tough, as I’ve stopped completely in doing my own work. For a long time I’ve ..READ MORE..
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..