Initial User Report on the Metabones Sppedbooster for Fuji X By leosilve Hello Steve! Long time reader and follower of this site. Thank you for the great work. You are an inspiration to many. This article first appeared on my FB page where it was first seen by my friends, and was thus written for ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve and Brandon I am long time fan of your site and I love your no-nonsense approach to camera and lens reviews which have in the past fuelled not a few purchases including the Olympus EP-1. With this in mind, I wanted to share my experience with the Bronica RF645, a medium format camera ..READ MORE..
User Report: The Olympus E-M1 by Leigh Miller – His website is HERE These are exciting times in the world of photography and for the first time we have cameras in three different formats that show some real innovation. I’ve switched completely from the dominant format (35mm) to Micro Four Thirds and APS-C. All of ..READ MORE..
Fujifilm X-T1 User Experience By Kelvin Ng I never do a review for any camera. I also never know how to write a proper review for a camera that I used. I am going to make an exception for this Fujifilm X-T1. I want to share some of my “user experience” about this camera. It ..READ MORE..
A Month on the Road with the Fuji x100/Why It Is Still My Soulmate By Andy Eclov Hi Steve, thanks for the opportunity to share my story! My name is Andy, I’m a 21-year-old musician from Chicago. I spend about 3-5 months out of the year touring with my band and, for a while, I ..READ MORE..
Hello Brandon, I’ve been following your site for years now and wanted to share some street photography from the buses and subways of Toronto. My morning commute is 45min each way, so I’m always looking to capture moments of human interaction. I’ve been shooting for years with a variety of equipment (Leica M6 TTl, Leica ..READ MORE..
The versatile Nikon V2 does South Africa! By Aspen Z Hey guys, greetings from Singapore. I’d first like to thank Steve for this opportunity and for having one of the most interesting and useful photography website around. Qualitative websites displaying such passion and enthusiasm (albeit too much at times, haha) for photography are difficult to ..READ MORE..
Dear Steve/Brandon, First, let me say thank you very much for all you do to maintain such an awesome website. It is very informative, so interesting, full of technical gems, always current and down-to-earth practical. As for me, I am a novice hobby photographer who simply enjoys taking photos of nature (from sunsets to sandy ..READ MORE..
The new Panasonic 15mm 1.7 available for Pre-Order! Panasonic is kicking some serious behind in lenses lately. I have been shooting with the new Panasonic/Leica 42.5 f/1.2 Nocticron and it is one of the best lenses I have ever shot with, on any format. Sharp wide open, creamy Bokeh and a sort of ..READ MORE..
The faces of Mysore India by Neil Gandhi Hey Steve, Often times, images do not do justice to true experiences. With photography, one must diligently spend time and live within the realm of their subject to establish the reason that makes them “click”. In that recognition, one discovers a sense of realization that is sometimes ..READ MORE..
High speed street portraits with the Fuji X-E1 and 35mm lens By Boris Taillard Hello Brandon and Steve, Firstly, thank you for the work you are putting into your website. I am a regular reader and very much enjoy the mix of “real world” reviews and pictures and reports from other readers (and therefore decided ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve Recently, I went to Thailand and Malaysia with my gir…uh…not so fast yet, just friend by now. Both country are amazing, the kindness of Thailand people and the fantastic islands in Semporna are impressive. Of course I’ve taken a lot of pictures and I would like to show all those pictures to you ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon and Steve, My name is Tomas Pantoflicek. I come from Czech Republic, Prague. I am visiting your Site regulary and it gives me great inspiration! I am sending You, for daily inspiration, photos I made during my trip (with my family) to Austria – Montafon district in the Alps. Those photos are from ..READ MORE..
The CosySpeed Camslinger Camera Holster Review The new CosySpeed Camslinger series of camera bags are here and they are quite unique and different from your ordinary camera bag that slings over your shoulder or chest. The Camslinger series is designed for use on your HIP, just like in the good old wild west days when ..READ MORE..
‘A Night at the Opera’ with the Leica Monochrom & M2 By John Tuckey Hi all, here’s another few film shots for you from my last shoot. We have Ilford HP5+ shot on an awesome old Leica M2 body with the Lux 50 ASPH attached and a couple of Contax 645 Medium format shots on ..READ MORE..