Dear Steve, dear Brandon, my name is Cordt and I have been following your site for quite some time. I always wanted submit a photo or two, but never quite had a series of 3 photos I deemed original or noteworthy enough to be published. This changed when I started rowing in Oxford, which is ..READ MORE..
The Sony 90mm Macro 2.8 G lens for the FE (A7) System I will start this review off by saying I am NOT a Macro shooter. I seriously lack the skills for this kind of photography and while I have always been fascinated by it, I just never really invested in a Macro lens for ..READ MORE..
Dear Steve and Brandon, I am an amateur at a very basic skill level. I take, what I would kindly refer to as, populist photographs (i.e. lots of color, often oversaturated and contrast filled). I enjoy taking pictures intensely. Although I initially started with a P&S V-lux2, with CSCs, I started out with a GF-1 ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve & Brandon, Your review of the Nex-7 helps my decision to buy one three years ago. Thus, you are to blame if I enjoy it so much and get this week the Sony France National Award 2015, 3rd prize (www.worldphoto.org/national-award-2015/france). A b&w photograph in dark condition at 3200 ISO with the Sony 50/1.8 ..READ MORE..
The Leica M 60 Special Edition. Now $2200 OFF! THE LEICA M60 – $2200 OFF. Now $16,280 with the special stainless steel 35 1.4 Summilux FLE. Previous price was $18,500. So if you have been lusting after this one of a kind digital M 240 without an LCD, without any special modes, without a JPEG ..READ MORE..
The Zeiss 35 1.4 Distagon ZM Leica Mount Lens, my 1st look. Wow. Just tried out the new Zeiss 35 1.4 ZM lens and wow, the reviews and user reports are true, this is up there with the Leica 35 FLE though different in the way it renders and image. Some will like it better, some ..READ MORE..
San Francisco and the Xpan: how I think my photography By Dirk Dom I’m not manic now for a month or so, which is great, but I didn’t start or did anything. Day before yesterday I just stopped scanning at 1AM, yesterday and today I don’t feel in the mood. I ‘m going to start ..READ MORE..
Kia Ora from Aotearoa New Zealand! My name is Luke, an Englishman living in the corner of the world with my kiwi partner Milo, and my baby daughter Rata. Here are some photos I’ve taken recently that I love. I know I know, more baby pictures right… But kids are just such a great subject! ..READ MORE..
The Olympus Pen F – from Large Format to Half Frame thanks to W. Eugene Smith By Ibraar Hussain Steve, Brandon and every viewer of this site! it’s been a fascinating year so far, and stevehuffphoto.com is as good as ever! Exciting camera news and excellent photography. I really enjoy the daily inspirations and inspire they ..READ MORE..
In loving memory of first Leica Mono! By Massimiliano Dear Brandon and Steve Here is Massimiliano from Rome, again! Now that the second release of the Leica Monochrome is on the shelf I would like to remember the still fantastic first Leica Mono that at its arrival seems to be a strange tools for freaks ..READ MORE..
The New Ona Leica BERLIN II Bag, NOW in BLACK! ONA Bags release the Leica themed Berlin bag about a year ago, and it was a very popular bag, selling out in a matter of days. That was a limited edition set but the problem I had with it, and i told ONA at the ..READ MORE..
Camera? Doesn’t matter, shoot what you love! By Thomas Rhee I’ve been a visitor of your site for a number of years now and while it’s not the most polished looking site, the content is what speaks to me. It’s honest and down to earth. Anyways, I’ve been into photography since my high school days ..READ MORE..
Quick Photo Tip: Get to the level of your subject! One thing I learned many years ago is that when taking a photo of someone or something, the image is usually better when taken at the level of your subject. The majority of you here know this, but some will not and it can greatly improve ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve and Brandon, My name is Richard Palmer All these photos have been shot on a Mamiya 7ii using Ilford Hp5 and developed in Ilford Microphen. The photo of my dad was shot at 1/125 using f8, the photo of my brother was shot at 1/30 using f5.6, and the photo of the rugby ..READ MORE..