I’m a 17 year old newbie photographer and recently the past 6 months have shown an extensive intrest in photography. I’ve read many blogs (including yours), researched practically every new camera in existence, and am still waiting to get a camera for myself. But I deal with what I have, I often borrow my dads ..READ MORE..
The Nikon D600 with Tamron 24-70 2.8 – Fullframe for the rest of us By Joerg Lange – His Site is HERE – Some short informations about me: I’m from Germany, a 35-years-old amateur photographer (or enthusiast :-)). Some years ago I started photographing and since that I’ve learned more every day. I follow a lot ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve, This is my contribution to your daily Inspiration. In this little project I wanted to portray the London 2012 Olympic spirit through photographs of the citizens who gathered here from all over the world to support their champions. All the photos were made with and M9 and a 21 mm. Yann KS www.lens-stories.com
Using a DSLR to scan Negative film by Stefan Schmidt Hi again folks! This is a follow-up article about how I’m using my Canon Eos 5D MkII to shoot backlit slides instead of using an ordinary flatbed scanner. (See previous article HERE) Now I will show you how I go about “scanning” my negative films ..READ MORE..
The Leica Monochrom Sample Image Gallery, updated every week! Be sure to check out this page I posted yesterday which will house all of the review images that I like taken with my Leica Monochrom. It will be sort of like my old Leica M9 Diary but only with the Monochrom. This way I can ..READ MORE..
So I watched this video a few days ago and being a fan of Craig and what he is about it struck a chord. Made me realize I wish I was able to go do what he is doing with this project and also made me realize how important it is in the grand scheme ..READ MORE..
The Panasonic 8mm Fisheye f/3.5 lens for Micro 4/3 review by Steve Huff Hey hey hey! Hello to all and I hope you are ALL having a great week! A couple of weeks back I rented the Panasonic 8mm fisheye lens from LensRentals.com for my Olympus OM-D and have to say I LOVED shooting with it ..READ MORE..
From CL to M6 to M9 to Leica Monochrom by Alexander Getty Dear Steve, As you know, I have been an avid follower of your brilliant blog for a couple of years now and I have to say, your “real-world” approach to equipment and techniques resonates better with me than highly technical reviews. I’m a ..READ MORE..
Those who live in the UK can now support this site via Amazon! Just updated my “Shop & Support” page so I will keep this one quick and to the point. I must have had over 100 e-mails in the past year from UK residents who wanted to help support or donate to this site ..READ MORE..
How to tweak your Olympus OM-D E-M5 to shoot sports by Jim Huffman Dear Steve, I thought I’d tell you in the first sentence, that i am recommending the E-M5 for sports photography, and providing you a couple of customizations that will help you do so. I’ve been following your blog for a couple of ..READ MORE..
Awesome Deal: Nikon V1 Super Kit with 10-100, SB-N5 Flash, FT1 Adapter, 10-30mm, and bag for $899 You can tell Nikon has a load of V1 cameras on the shelves because all retailers are clearing them out from the $399 option with the 10-30 to the white edition to the two lens kit with 30-110 ..READ MORE..
The best camera bag for any Mirrorless or Leica M system! Think Tank Retrospective 5 So I was looking back at all of the camera bags I have tried over the years..from cheap but functional Crumpler bags to fancy Billingham bags to very fancy FOGG bags. Artist and Artisan has also been around my shoulder ..READ MORE..
Hello Steve Thought I would give you a few pictures with the new Nikon 1 Nikkor 18.5 mm f/1.8 lens. Got a hold of it yesterday. It was released in Sweden / Europe on 1 November and to this day I can not find it on some Swedish sites. There are a few German sites ..READ MORE..
Big Light with Small Gear by Anders Hansén Hey Steve, I was thrilled to see Per Nicolaisen’s post on using strobes, since I’d been thinking about sending you a piece about using speedlights in conjunction with small cameras to get big light, but couldn’t really decide on how to include the basic knowledge needed. No ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve, First off: It’s shocking to see not only the city of New York damaged from the hurricane, but also some of the people, that impressed me with their own unique spirit. I have some photos I took this summer, from – at least in my experience – a vibrant and fantastic city. Shot ..READ MORE..