Leica M: Not perfect, but I love it. By Steven Jermaine Hey Brandon and Steve, first thank you for keeping up all the hard work over the years. It’s been a pleasure to read and see the growth. Over the years GAS has led me to and through many cameras, such as the fuji x100, ..READ MORE..
User Report: My 1st Leica Q Shots by Yoon-Chou Chong Got the Q just a day before the family holidays which was just as well to test how easy it is to pick up and go. The early pictures in Sydney were mainly from JPEG and although I have heard of Leica’s limits it was ..READ MORE..
Dear Steve! First off, I am a big fan of your site. Thank you for the wonderful reviews, opinions, and daily sources of inspiration! This is a photo of my son, taken with iPhone 6 and I can confidently say that I love both, the son and the photo (well, and the phone for that ..READ MORE..
Shooting from the Hip By Mohammed Hakem My website: http://www.hakemphotography.com my FB page: facebook.com/hakemphotography In conservative cultures street photography is an absurd dream. It’s very hard for people who haven’t seen enough tourists to accept being captured. The reason behind this is not related to privacy issues, but a stereotype that everybody with a camera ..READ MORE..
Friday Film – Photographing the Artist at work By Huss Hardan Hello Friday Film Fanatics! This series is a little different from my usual submissions. I had the opportunity to photograph artist and acrylic painter Lin Lin Hu at work in her studio in San Pedro, California.There is something special about watching real talent. Every ..READ MORE..
Hello, Thanks for a great site but some very inspiring content! My name is Tobias Dantoft and I was featured here earlier this year capturing autumn colours. Now its summer and I have been shooting the same set up in Shibuya here in Tokyo (Leica M240 + 50 sumilux) Summer here means tons of people ..READ MORE..
A Farewell to the Month of May, Bluebells and my Rolleiflex By Ibraar Hussain Hi Steve and Brandon, Thought I’d share a few pictures with you which I took in May – a month I always love and look forward to as it’s when the weather is fantastic, The tree’s have young leaves and everything ..READ MORE..
From Canon to Fuji by Stuart Cripps Hi Steve, Firstly can I congratulate you on your fantastic website. I love and appreciate your honesty and passion when telling us about the latest greatest stuff in the wonderful world of photography. Real, honest hands on is so much more valuable than lab tests and pictures of ..READ MORE..
Reader Quick Shot: Upside Down E-M5 By Rob Hi Brandon and Steve, Just got back from a bicycle trip in Yunnan, China. It was the hardest cycling trip we ever made, cycling up the Tibetan plateau with passes up to 3730 meters. But we liked (almost) every minute of it. Traveling with the minimum of ..READ MORE..
CAMERA SIZE: Sony A7RII Size Compared! Many have been e-mailing me saying things like: “I hear the A7RII is the same size as the Nikon D810, so what is the advantage for me to go to Sony”? “The A7RII is just as big as most DSLR’s, FAIL” “Why is it SO BIG!?!? The A7RII offers ..READ MORE..
Quick high ISO Comparison! Sony A7s vs Sony A7RII Many h ave been asking me to do a high ISO comparison with the Sony A7RII vs the all time high ISO king, the Sony A7s. The Sony A7s is a special camera for a few reasons, one of them being the extreme low light capabilities ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve and Brandon, I’m a portrait and music photographer based in the UK and I recently got back from a six week trip to India. The last time I was there was eighteen years ago, it was a chance to see family out there, have a look round and of course take pictures. The equipment I ..READ MORE..
Sony A7s and 16-35 Head to Tasmania! By Peter Amber Hello Steve, Earlier this year I took along the FE 16-35mm as the go-to lens with my A7S and traveled around the beautiful Tasmania, Australia. The 16mm focal length came in handy for landscapes and interior shots, and I find it more fun to use ..READ MORE..
The SLR Magic Hyperprime 50 T 0.95 for Micro 4/3 By Steve Huff Order this lens at B&H Photo HERE I remember back in the early part of 2012 when I was putting on a Los Angeles workshop with Todd Hatakeyama and we had 32 attendees or so, which meant we all had a blast ..READ MORE..
Three ONE Spots Left for September Light Painting Workshop! $100! Just a heads up to let you all know we have only THREE ONE spots remaining for the Light Painting workshop with myself and Alex McClure out in an old abandoned AZ ghost town at night. This will be a great time for all and we will ..READ MORE..