The Sony A7s: A New Camera for Leica M lenses By Ashwin Rao – HIs flickr is HERE, his Facebook is HERE Hello, gang. It’s Ashwin, back from a bit of a hiatus to discuss the camera du jour, Sony’s impressive A7s. The A7s has gotten quite a bit of press, in particular for it’s remarkable ..READ MORE..
The camera does not matter… … or does it? I work as professional photographer and using high-end equipment. Today, I focus on portrait and mainly in studio settings. Through the years a camera of some sorts has always been in my hand. First analogue, then digital, then analogue again and now back to digital. I ..READ MORE..
Shooting Skateboarders with Micro 4/3 By Tony Zhang Hello everybody, first of all, I would like to thank Steve and Brandon for providing me with this opportunity to share my thoughts. I am a daily visitor of this site and I really appreciate this opportunity. This is the first time I have written anything remotely ..READ MORE..
My favorite cameras for usability, ability and versatility mid 2014 By Steve Huff Wow. It is already mid 2014. Half of this year has whizzed by faster than ever and as always we have a ton of cameras that we can choose from when it comes to photography. If we want something small that packs ..READ MORE..
The best for me: Leica Monochrom! by Francois Roosens I think it’s the moment to send you some pictures from my Leica MM (Monochrom). Leica came into my life about 2 years ago, I sold my D4, D800e and all reflex kit to buy it. The Leica MM is for me the best camera I have ..READ MORE..
The Overlooked 50 By Jorge Torralba The Overlooked 50. Over the past year, there has been resurgence in the market for 50mm range lenses from a wide variety of manufacturers. Needless to say, they all claim their 50, 55 or 58 are the best in their class. If it’s not the Nikon 58, then it ..READ MORE..
Hey guys! I work in offshore exploration, we find oil for everyone’s cars. This gives me an opportunity to take some interesting photos from time to time. I travel with Micro 4/3 gear because it’s so small and light, and the weatherproofing on my E-M5 gives me a little more confidence to get a splash ..READ MORE..
J.B. Camera Designs wooden grip for the Sony RX100 III You are either going to really dig this or really hate it. Me, I think it is pretty damn sweet as it is different, and for me, different is always good. Amazon has a few left in stock (prime eligible) of this very cool and ..READ MORE..
A Leica M3 User Report in Pictures By Logan Norton – His website is HERE Hello Steve and readers, I would like to present a review of my favorite documentary camera, the venerable Leica M3. As a long time Leica lover I have tried or owned every M camera iteration and I continually find ..READ MORE..
The Ancient Aegean Coast of Turkey, Film Friday By Ibraar Hussain Dear Steve and Brandon and all Stevehuffphoto.com lovers! I thought I’d write a short article about Asia Minor, The Ancient Near East or rather Turkey and The Aegean Coast. I guess this is most likely a Film Friday post, but I am trying to ..READ MORE..
Friday Film: British Summer By John Tuckey The British Summer is a fleeting and fickle thing, you make the most of it while it’s here! So here’s a few ‘film fillers’ from a recent shoot with the lovely Raphaella where the sun favored us with its presence. These are a mix of Kodak Portra 160 and ..READ MORE..
My New Challenge: Black and White Landscape By Dirk Hi! I decided I need a new challenge in photography. Thirty years ago, I printed black and white landscape. After a move I didn’t have a darkroom anymore and it stopped. Some years ago I started shooting medium format. My favorite camera was the Mamiya 7 rangefinder with ..READ MORE..
Dear Brandon & Steve, My name is Boris and I am a huge fan of your site. I have been visiting regularly since roughly four years ago and the articles & photos have been great inspirations. Now I think it’s about time for me to share my humble work. Being a weekend and off-hours shooter, ..READ MORE..
The Urban Jungle with an OMD E-M5 By Matt Stetson Hey Steve and Brandon, I was introduced to your site by a friend almost 3 years ago and have rarely missed a day since. My name is Matt Stetson I live just outside of Toronto Ontario Canada. I got into photography around 6 years ago when ..READ MORE..
Using a Zoomfinder By Steve Tsai Hello Steve Huff Photo community, I have stumbled across an invaluable side benefit of a zoomfinder in my photography process and would like to share my experience with it. It is for wide-angle application and architectural interior photography in this report, but hopefully it can be beneficial for other ..READ MORE..