One year with the Sony A7r By Pascal Jappy Website http://dearsusan.net It’s been just over one year since my A7r was delivered to my door and few of my cameras had been so intensely anticipated as this one. I vividly remember watching Steve’s Memphis images, particularly those made with the ZM35/2, Voigtlander 35/1.2 and crazy ..READ MORE..
Dear Steve and all readers of stevehuffphoto.com, My name is Gonzalo Broto; I come from Spain but I have been living around South East Asia for the last 6 years, and I’m currently based in Bangkok. Ever since I packed my suitcase to leave my country 6 years ago (with just a point and shoot ..READ MORE..
Supermoon Photoshoot at 1620mm with Nikon V3 By Joe Marquez – see his website at http://www.thesmokingcamera.com (from Steve: This is one of the coolest posts I have placed here in a long time…love it! Thank you Joe for the beautiful work and showing what the Nikon 1 system is capable of) A couple of months ..READ MORE..
I’ve enjoyed Steve’s reviews for a couple of years and thought it was time. I’m a 35 year pro who’s just now having enough time to begin exhibiting the work I made “for myself”. Here’s 2 images from a long time ago but from a pretty profound collection of work that I made almost before ..READ MORE..
A year with rangefinder camera By John Kurniawan Dear Steve and Brandon, Glad to see both of you doing great and happy as ever! Appreciate that you post my report on Tibet a couple of months back and this is my anniversary flash back with a rangefinder. This is a flash back from a DSLR casual ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon and Steve, About a year ago, I was fortunate to be gifted 50 Rolls of Tri-X 400 by my friend Peter (Prosophos). Thus was born The 50-Roll Project! I have now completed my endeavor using a variety of equipment and self-development techniques. A selection of the results and details may be found at: ..READ MORE..
The Leica M-P. My first shots with the Noctilux f/1 By John Tuckey Hi All, here’s a few shots with the new Leica M-P for those it might interest. I picked up the MP on friday, finally chopping in my old M9. Fortunately for me I already had a day set aside on Saturday with ..READ MORE..
The Leica X Size? See it next to the X2, Vario, RX1, X100s and Leica M4 Thanks to the useful site CAMERASIZE.COM we can see the actual size of cameras when compared to other cameras we may be interested in. Many have been asking about the Leica X Typ 113 size compared to the X2 ..READ MORE..
Pahoa Lava Flow By Tom Niblick Every year my wife and I close our studio for a week or two and go to the Big Island (Hawaii) to house-sit a friends cabin while he visits friends and family on the mainland. Our friend’s home is about halfway up the slope of Kilauea, the world’s most ..READ MORE..
A quick 1st look video on the Petzval Art Lens! Received this gem yesterday from Cameraquest.com and upon opening the package I was surprised at the quality of the packaging, and then the gorgeous hefty all brass lens inside. For me, at $600, this lens is priced JUST RIGHT as you are getting not only ..READ MORE..
A quick 1st look video on the Leica X Typ 113! Yesterday the new Leica X arrived to me direct from Leica for a 2 week review period. When it arrived I took it out of the box and sapped maybe 7-10 shots in my yard to see if the output is similar to the ..READ MORE..
Three quick test shots from the Petzval Lens on the Sony A7s Received the gorgeous Petzval lens today and was expecting it to be soft and low contrast. Hmmm. Not on the Sony A7s. This is a crazy lens and reminds me a ton of the Canon Dream Lens I just re-visited. Like, a lot. ..READ MORE..
New items in house: Leica X, Petzval Lens, Ibelux 40mm f/0.85, Lytro Illum Finally! I expected most of these a couple of days ago but it all landed today. The UPS guy thought it was Christmas at the Huff Household with boxes from Leica, B&H Photo and Cameraquest. For me, it felt like “OH MAN! ..READ MORE..
The New Upgraded Wotancraft Scout and Ranger bags 2014 “With signature elements of rugged authentic leather and distressed hardware, new City Explorer integrated WotanCraft’s latest developed exclusive “WAL canvas spec.1.6” a composite waxed fabric material never seen in camera bag creations, combining 3 crucial features of a protective bag: WATERPROOF, ABRASION-RESISTANT, LIGHTWEIGHT” Hey guys! I have ..READ MORE..
Country visions By Doug Barry-Martin Hi Steve, Having followed your blog for some time now it is interesting to see its influence on my photography . I now shoot some landscape subjects with a narrow depth of field to focus more on the subject whereas before I probably may not have considered it. I recently ..READ MORE..