The Leica M 240 – Plasti Dipped! By Darren Wong As an industrial designer, ux architect and general photo dude, I’m pretty fond of the processes and physical tools in which we create our work, be it our phones, computers, kitchen knives, pens, or cameras. These tools themselves can be a treasured item to be ..READ MORE..
Another photographer’s 365 project. By Hilmar Buch I can hear you guys sighing… but please keeping reading. As many other photographers I decided to do a 365 project which for me meant to take a photo every single day throughout the entire year of 2013. Yes, we are talking 2013. It’s only a few days ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon and Steve, I submitted a post a while back and though it was time for a new one. This set was shot on a grey day on an old wharf in the north of Amsterdam. Oh, and we also ran into some people doing cosplay which injected some fun into the shots and ..READ MORE..
Back from Japan By Dan Bar Hello Brandon & Steve Just got back from Japan with my Leica MM and Leica 240 M-P! What can i say , Japan is simply beautiful , lovely polite people willing to help, extremely clean. I fell in love with this fantastic country. Only problem is the 15 hours ..READ MORE..
Testing the Zeiss Loxia 2/35 Biogon: the future of manual focusing By Dirk De Paepe Loxia. The name that enthused me the most during the last year. It’s the lens line that my life long favorite manufacturer, Zeiss, dedicates to my favorite camera, the Sony A7R. I love Sony for daring to explore new paths, ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve, hi Brandon, This is my first attempt to obtain access to your “daily inspirations”. This must be said first: I appreciate your idea to give other photographers the opportunity for presenting some of their own works at a highly read blog. Thanks for! I’m a 47 year old amateur-photographer from germany. Most of ..READ MORE..
Fujifilm XF 50-140mm f/2.8 R LM OIS WR Lens Quick Review by Brad Husick I have been a pro sports photographer for years and I always rely on the big hardware to get the job done right. For me that has been the Canon EOS series and the Nikon D3 and D4. I have switched ..READ MORE..
Canon 6D Long Term User Report By Jonathan Acierto This is a long term review for the Canon 6D DSLR. If that first sentence didn’t lose you, then please read on! I know mirrorless/ILC/whatever you call them are the rage nowadays and truth be told, I did consider switching from my Canon DSLRs to ..READ MORE..
The Power of the Olympus E-M5 II – Long Exposures By Steve Huff Remember when I said that Olympus is a company that INNOVATES? They seem to surprise the hell out of me with every camera release. After the amazing E-M5 Mk I I thought…what else can they do? Then they released the E-M1 which ..READ MORE..
Olympus OM-D E-M5II IN STOCK? Yep… So I was on Amazon and saw the E-M5II listed as IN STOCK from a Cardinal Camera. A friend of mine bought one and they said she would have it Tuesday. So if anyone wants an E-M5II, check out their Amazon listing HERE! They show TWO silver ones left. and ..READ MORE..
Nature Photography with Olympus OM-D E-M1 By Albert Lowe Hi Steve, thanks for this opportunity!! Love your website, very informative camera and lens reviews. Keep up the good work. I started photography when I’m in junior high school, at first I was just shooting for families, friends, and events. Yeah, those kinds of stuff. But ..READ MORE..
Having fun with incandescent light bulbs By Dirk Dom Hi! Because they’re phasing out incandescent light bulbs, I thought I’d better get a few to show to eventual grandchildren. Over a few months I obtained 14 1,000 W light bulbs, and now I’ve made a piece in which eight bulbs are connected in series. Olympus ..READ MORE..
Second go with the Leica M Monochrom By Chris H Not long ago, I published my first blog post via stevehuffphoto.com (Many thanks to Steve for sharing my write up) about my first serious experience with the Leica M Monochrom + Vintage LTM lenses in Paris. The Leica M Monochrom has definitely sparked my passion ..READ MORE..
The Light Weight Really Matters! By Mohamed Hakem I’ve written before on how Fuji helped me unhinge new passion in the street photography but now I’m back with a new experience. After the switched from DSLR (Nikon D800) to Mirrorless (Fuji X-T1). I wrote before on how this switch helped me discover new genres in ..READ MORE..
Great website Brandon, Sharing the 3 images. These images were taken with a 5D Mark III. The man in the tunnel and the small church using a 17-40 wide angle Canon S lens and the end of day forest glow using the 24-105 lens. The three pics were taken in Montreal on various trips. Your ..READ MORE..