Hi Steve and Brandon! I saw this pigeon sitting at a lamp post as I was walking to the super market. I was feeling a little mischievous this day so I stopped, leaned my back against the lamp post, looked up to frame my shot and then *BAM!* kicked the lamp post while pressing the ..READ MORE..
The Sony RX1R around the world by Dick Hoebee Hello Steve, The subject of this write-up is the magnificent Sony RX1R and some of the places I’ve taken it so far. Every photo you see here was shot in RAW and edited in Adobe Lightroom. Positive points and general comments Going to New Zealand was ..READ MORE..
The Voigtlander 35 1.7 Ultron VM (Leica Mount) Lens Review By Steve Huff We are living in a GREAT time for our hobby or our profession or our obsession..no matter what you call it..it is Photography. Today we have some pretty technologically advanced marvel cameras, simple basic cameras, amazing mid level cameras and even fantastic ..READ MORE..
Leaving Mexico City by Alejandro Ilukewitsch Hi Steve, Soon I will be moving out of Mexico and wanted to share with you and your readers some of my pics from my stay in this wonderful country. Mexico is great city for street photography, people is warm and definitely like their portrait been taken. It’s a ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon & Steve, I’ve been a reader for several years and have submitted a few daily inspirations over that time. I continue to enjoy the balance of gear/photography content that you publish on your site. Keep up the great work! I thought my GAS was cured a few years back when I purchased an ..READ MORE..
Hello Steve Last year, my “little” brother got married. Who would have thought? ,-) There were two professional photographers shooting the wedding and I think they did quite a good job. I love photography, but never shot a wedding and I even wouldn’t want to have to on a professional basis. Still, I brought my ..READ MORE..
The Ricoh GR: London & Scotland by Justin Press Hello Steve & Brandon, Further travels with the trusted Ricoh GR (Mark I). Nothing to add to the words and feelings given regarding this little machine. I nearly gave in to the x100T and maybe one day I will but for now still trying to be ..READ MORE..
The Olympus 8mm f/1.8 Fisheye Quick Lens Review Well well. Olympus has been successfully creating cameras and lenses for decades now. When the original E-1 camera came out in 2003 (Four Thirds mount, NOT Micro 4/3) I loved it to pieces. For me, that camera had some magic at the time. While today that’d E-1 ..READ MORE..
A night of Post Processing By Dirk Dom What a night! I did ten black and white shots of my San Francisco trip. At first, I got all crazy about printing big and I wanted drum scans made. Since that, and printing four feet would see me bankrupt, I used my own scans and enjoyed ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon/Steve, I regularly check your website for inspiration posts as well as gear reviews and I really enjoy visiting it. It’s helped me decide which camera to buy in the past and also which lenses. I wanted to take some photographs of cycle racing with my M9, looking for a chance to get some ..READ MORE..
Lamborghini and Leica By Olgun Hi Steve, I’ve been reading your site recently and it helped in my decision to go for a Leica M Monochrome, the first generation. I was really nervous about it, having always used DSLR’s. I am an automotive photographer and thus only use those big SLRs with seriously big and heavy ..READ MORE..
Steve/Brandon, I’ve been a longtime reader of your site. Your reviews helped me purchase a Leica M7, Summicron 50, M-P (type 240) and a Sony A7S. The photo I’m submitting for Quick Shot is from my Leica M-P with the Summicron 50mm. I shot Courtney Refakes (@courtneyrefakes) on a photo walk in Los Angeles called ..READ MORE..
Film Friday By Jonathan Acierto Hello Steve and Brandon, I have submitted a couple of user reports for my digital cameras (Canon 6D and Sony RX100), but I love to shoot with film cameras too, so and I would like to submit some analog shots for a Film Friday. Over the past couple years, I ..READ MORE..
Photo’s with a Story By Dirk Dom When I show people my photographs many ask me what exactly they are seeing. That is a reasonable question, because I shoot quite a lot of abstracts. I generally tell them to appreciate the images on their own grounds. Most people, however, expect photographs to be representative and ..READ MORE..