Hey Steve! Really enjoy your site! I’ve recently fallen back in love with photography after about a 20 year hiatus. Wow! What a difference the digital era has made! Although at the time I genuinely enjoyed all those hours in the darkroom, I’ll have to admit I don’t think I would go back to mixing ..READ MORE..
IN USE: The Leica T and the new 35 1.4 Summilux T Lens! THIS IS AN “IN-USE” REPORT – Giving my thoughts after a week or so of use. Shorter than a full review, with plenty of image samples. Click ’em for larger! Hello to all of you here! It’s another beautiful day (90 degrees ..READ MORE..
Photo trip to Peru by Alec Fedorov Hi Steve, I am an amateur photographer who has been an avid reader of your website for three years. Thanks for the great service you provide to the community of photographers. Recently, my wife and I returned from an REI trip to Peru where we hiked the Salkantay ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon and Steve, I have been a longtime follower of this website. I stumbled upon your website when I was just finishing up college and was getting more passionate about photography. I used to own a Lumix FZ28 super zoom and was looking to upgrade to a SLR. I wanted something that I could ..READ MORE..
Travel photography in India with a Nikon Df and Zeiss Otus 55 by Sebastien Bey-Haut Dear Steve, It’s always a great pleasure to be featured on your site so I’d like to share my experience on shooting a pretty unusual combo: a Nikon Df and a Zeiss Otus 55. Why unusual? Simply because both camera ..READ MORE..
Postcard From New Zealand with a Fuji X-Pro 2 By Axel Friberg Hi Steve, This Easter some friends and I went to New Zealand for the first time which was an amazing experience! Camera wise, I brought the new Fujifilm X-Pro2 camera and Fujinon 23mm f/1.4 lens. We were a group of eight students on ..READ MORE..
Five Reasons why I prefer Mirrorless to a DSLR, ANY DSLR… By Steve Huff You know, ever since the humble beginnings of this website I have been drawn to smaller, sexier and cameras that have fun factor and mojo to them. I started this site with a Leica M8 review due to my love for what was ..READ MORE..
A Sony A7II long term review By David Lintern I work as a freelance photographer and writer in the outdoor sector in the UK, mostly contributing words and pictures to magazines in print and online. I also work as an editor on 2 outdoor magazines, so a lot of pictures cross my desk – from ..READ MORE..
Brandon and Steve, As many others have remarked your site is an informative and interesting resources for photography – both equipment and images – so thanks for your effort. My submission for your Daily Inspiration are three monochrome images shot this last Sunday in Manhattan using my Leica 246 Monochrome with 28mm and 50mm lens. ..READ MORE..
Dear Steve, my name is Martin and I live in a small town in Czech Republic near border with Poland. Actually town is split into czech and polish side. Certainly not a virgin nature here but lots of industry plus great bad weather mood sometimes. All pictures were taken with Leica M240 and Summilux 50mm. Recently ..READ MORE..
Camera love from Ricoh GR to Leica Q: confessions of a philanderer By Denis Sauve This is the confession of a 28mm aficionado who loves cameras, mostly pocketable ones, and who has been cheating on his Ricoh GR since 2006. Like many of us, I suffer from GAS (Gear Acquisition Syndrome). I’ve had more than ..READ MORE..
New York through the Olympus 7-14 Pro Lens by Mohamed El Barkani Hi Steve! I hope you are doing great and had an amazing weekend. Im a reader of your blog since I discovered it last year and helped me moving to the Olympus OM-D system. Based on your reviews and experiences I bought the ..READ MORE..
Dear Steve, I’ve been following your blog since I got my M9 back in 2011, and found your excellent work and, by coincidence, your tour with Seal in South America, as I’m Brazilian. I’m a photojournalist turned event photographer, and now turned once again into a travel photographer. I’ve been doing long motorcycle tours around ..READ MORE..
Shooting my Leica M By Dan Bar Hi Steve, Crazy me. I simply missed the Leica M9P so i sold my 240P and rebought the M9P. It is not as good as the 240. The shutter is louder, the rear screen is terrible, focusing is not as fluent as with the 240, the buttery life ..READ MORE..
QUICK SHOT: The Magical Leica Noctilux f/0.95 By Rai Hi Steve/Brandon After using almost every 50 available for my M240, this photo shows me why I always have to go back to the Noctilux 0.95 Hope you like it. Kind regards Rai My Flickr: https:[email protected]/