Hi Brandon , When I was a teenager a friend of my father gave me a Ricoh 500G . I made some films, loved it , then I stored it in a closet… Few years later I picked a Leica CL. I made some films, loved it, then I stored it in a closet… And, I ..READ MORE..
Shooting with Fuji By Olaf Sztaba It is not common in the days of big egos and anonymous message boards that a great photographer and hugely popular blogger stands back and allows other photographers to share their work on his own website. I applaud you for such a generous approach. This is our first submission ..READ MORE..
Greetings from West Africa By Devesh Uba Dear Brandon and Steve, Let me begin by congratulating you guys for the wonderful website and the always inspiring resources/articles you have there. My favourite sections are ‘daily inspiration’ and off course the reviews. Keep up the great work! I am Devesh Uba, an Indian national currently living ..READ MORE..
Fuji X100s User Report By Nicola Bernardi I finally had the chance to lay my hulking hands on the beautiful Fujifilm X100s, the camera over which I have been drooling night and day for the last year or so. The camera that I always wanted but couldn’t absolutely afford (25 years old freelance photographer here, ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon, I’m a longstanding reader of Stevehuffphoto – it was your site that encouraged me to step up from a point and shoot to the first Olympus M43, onto which I mounted a Voigtlander. I fell in love with the little manual focus lens and eventually managed to blow all my savings on an ..READ MORE..
One Journey Two Cameras by Jason Howe – See his Website HERE, his Flickr is HERE I’ve not long been back from a trip which took myself and my family back to the UK via a few other places, this wasn’t a photography trip but I’ve included a few of my favourite images picked up ..READ MORE..
The Olympus 25 1.8 Lens is in hand, review in about a week! Hey hey hey! Just a heads up that I have been shooting the now shipping Olympus 25 1.8 lens and it is a beauty on the Olympus E-M1. Many have been wondering how it stacks up against the Panasonic 25 1.4 and ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve and Brandon, Although common wisdom is that wide angle lenses are ideal for street photography, every once in a while it’s good to shake things up and try something new for inspiration. Most of the time I prefer the little Ricoh GR with its 28mm equivalent FOV, sometimes cropping to 35mm. Here’s one ..READ MORE..
A Year in “M” Monochrom By Ashwin Rao Hello, my friends, the time has come to reflect upon a year seen primarily in black and white (and many, many shades of gray, which really is life, now, isn’t it ?) through the eye of Leica’s amazing Leica M Monochrom. I have previously written about my ..READ MORE..
Myanmar in Transition By Nikko Karki © 2013 www.nikkokarki.com http://blog.nikkokarki.com Adorned with thousands of temples, nestled in the Mandalay region of northern Myanmar, Bagan’s arid landscape has been preserved as if in a time capsule for the past 1,000 years. After remaining closed to the outside world, Myanmar is now open for business, bolstering Bagan as ..READ MORE..
My favorite ND filter for fast Leica lenses! Finally! I found THE ND filter to own for my fast Leica glass (Thanks Ken Hansen)! Yes my friends, in the past I have owned many ND filters and I always had to figure out which one I would get. When shooting a Summilux lens or Noctilux ..READ MORE..
So I look at these pictures all taken with the OLYMPUS OMD em-5 and wonder to myself … “am I really gonna give up this camera to switch over to a bigger sensor… Fuji XT or Nikon D7100? Will it make a difference? Will there be less of a “lag when the child or pet ..READ MORE..
Hey Guys, I like this series of daily inspirations, it makes the plethora of images on the internet that little bit more manageable. I’ve attached images from my trip into the Italian alps around the Matterhorn (or Cervino in Italian) that I took over New Years’. This is my first real foray into alpine photography ..READ MORE..
Hello, Brandon, hello Steve, Sending three photos for the Daily Inspiration part of your site. It’s this section that I enjoy the most and so I thought I can try to make a small contribution. Originally from Slovenia, EU, last year and a half I spent travelling in Western Africa. The three photos attached are ..READ MORE..
Film Friday with the Leica M7 and Noctilux F/1 By John Tuckey Hi Brandon, hope you’re well. Hands down, most of what I shoot is digital. But I always make an effort to shoot film ‘in between’. I frequently screw it up, but that’s the point. I believe that screwing it up with film makes ..READ MORE..