The Sony A6300 is STUNNING. Small, fast, powerful. 1st Look. I was going to wait to write about the new Sony A6300 until I did a full review. After using it for the past two days, I became excited by it and knew that I would be using this camera over the next few weeks ..READ MORE..
Photos of my watches by Christopher Chia I’m a hobbyist from Singapore and I would like to share some photos of watches. It’s a bit different from what I usually read from your website. At work, I’m the guy to approach if there is an event which requires a photographer. So, I do a lot ..READ MORE..
Quick Shot: The Rehearsal by Patrick Conaty Hey everyone, this week I was invited to experience and photograph contemporary ballet at Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver for the first time. I was pretty blown away by the talent of these performers as well as the phenomenal lighting and music. This was shot during the dress ..READ MORE..
Sony A7 Thin Filter Legacy Lens Upgrade by Kolari Vision FROM KOLARI VISION WEBSITE about their Conversion for better performance with Leica M mount glass.. INTRODUCING OUR NEW THIN-FILTER CONVERSION As one of first full frame mirrorless camera, the Sony A7-series (A7, A7r, A7s, A7II, A7RII) holds a lot of promise for users of legacy ..READ MORE..
Shooting portraits with a Phase One IQ250 By Andrew Paquette About three years ago I started getting serious about photography. At the time I didn’t know what I wanted to shoot, just that I wanted the shots I took to be better than they had been. My first attempts to improve my photos involved getting better ..READ MORE..
REVIEWS ON THE WAY: Sony A6300, 24-70 and 85 1.4 & Oberwerth Camera Bag Sony Sony Sony! They are still on top of their game! Just a note to let everyone know that I am receiving a load of goodies today via Fed Ex! The new Sony A6300, which I had a preview of two ..READ MORE..
Hello! I’ve been a regular reader for a while now, but this is my first attempt at submitting any images. I hope I git the image size correct. I stumbled across this subject matter quite by accident. We had gone up one of our local mountain pass roads to a county park that has several old ..READ MORE..
Some solarizing fun on a Sunday evening By Dirk Dom Hi! Just doodling a bit with some shots I’ve got. Some thirty years ago, I was fascinated with pseudo solarisation. I exposed and souped hundreds of pieces of paper and went to great lengths to try to standardize the Sabattier effect. I guess just about ..READ MORE..
John Kavanagh, Wales. I came across your site while trawling for information about the Fuji X Pro 1. I have been an amateur photographer for over forty years, fitting it in between full-time work and bringing up a family.The digital revolution came as a shock to my system, having to start from scratch learning about ..READ MORE..
The handcrafted JB Camera Designs Grip for Fuji X Pro 2 by Jason Boucher – His website is HERE Last week I was in Stillwater, Oklahoma to ride the Landrun 100 gravel road race & ride, pics can be found here. While there I got to see one of my closest friends’ businesses, JB Camera ..READ MORE..
Polaroid 195 & Fuji FP100C by Adam Laws Evening Steve, Hope this correspondence finds you well. It’s been quite some time since I submitted a feature but with the much talked about demise of peel apart film I thought it would be fitting to post my thoughts/images/tribute to the much-loved format. The below shots were ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve, I have been reading articles and inspirations on your blog for a while. My main focus recently is to improve my artistic awareness while photographing. In addition to the usual composition options I have found that exploring with a single camera and a single lens attached (particularly a manual focus – manual f/stop ..READ MORE..
A Fuji X-Pro 2 Real World Review from a Fuji Fan by Amy Medina Since the purchase of my first Fuji back in 2012, I’ve been an enthusiastic user of their cameras. Having owned several of their bodies and being such a fan, there were a few new features the X-Pro2 promised that convinced me ..READ MORE..
The Magic of Simplicity – An approach to shooting skateboarding by Philipp Schuster Skateboarding can be divided into two basic approaches. On the one hand there is park skating: athletes use optimized structures that are especially made for skateboarding on dedicated locations. On the other hand there is street skating: it’s philosophy is to use ..READ MORE..