This time the genre is a little bit different because I back to my home town, Wuhan, a fierce developing Chinese city. All of them are taken by my Olympus OMD EM-1 Below are some descriptions for these pictures. His Pride, he is running a small stall which sells clay oven rolls for lots of ..READ MORE..
The Zeiss 50 f/2.8 Macro Touit Lens Review. A cracking good lens for any occasion! You can buy the Zeiss Touit 50 f/2.8 in Sony or Fuji mount HERE. A few weeks ago B&H Photo asked me if I wanted to test out the Zeiss 50 2.8 Touit Macro lens for Sony E-Mount, and since I am ..READ MORE..
Bicycling to Spain, an account with Hasselblad Xpan shots By Dirk Dom This is the Hasselblad Xpan, sorry, it’s a bit dirty Today I looked again at the Xpan shots I took on my bicycle ride from Antwerp to Spain from two years ago, not that I ever got there. The reason I looked was ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon, hi Steve, Hope you are doing well (it looks like it from your articles on your site…). I have recently returned from a trip to Northern Norway, especially the Lofoten Islands north of the arctic circle. The islands are known for spectacular mountain landscape rising like a wall out of the sea. They ..READ MORE..
Some Contax G2 love By Ibraar Hussain Hi Steve, Brandon and stevehuffphoto.com lovers! Thought I’d reignite the site with some Contax G love. The G2 has been written about many many times, here and elsewhere so should need no introduction, but with the Leica fetish around I think it’s high time the G2 reared it’s head again ..READ MORE..
Why do we take pictures? By Arend-Jan Westerhuis – See the website HERE It’s a vexed question for sure, especially in the psychological sense. But I’m not going to do the full research here. In the article, which my brother wrote a while back, he introduced us as wedding photographers. And in that proession we have ..READ MORE..
Loving my Olympus E-M1 By Richard Craze Hi Steve. I’ve been following your site for just over a year now. Every week I take a look and get a lot of enjoyment from it. So I thought I’d submit three of my pictures to your Inspiration section. All the images were taken using the Olympus EM1. ..READ MORE..
Selfie contest, free entry, win $20,000. Ends today! Just a heads up! I SHOT IT has been running a unique “selfie” photo contest that actually ends in EIGHT hours (as of this post on October 22nd 2014) and the grand prize is $20,000, which is a prize they have given away many times before. This ..READ MORE..
Everything goes in photography. Everything? By Dirk Dom Hi! Four years ago I started taking abstract shots with my Olympus PEN. It was extreme fun. It taught me to look much harder. I aim for strong and simple compositions. I think there is no purer form of photography. This is a Murano glass vase, which ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve, I have been enjoying your website for over a year, but I have never submitted anything until now. We just returned a few weeks ago from our first visit to Maui. Anyone who has been there knows that Maui is a breathtakingly beautiful place and a photographer’s dream. I shot over 1000 photos ..READ MORE..
The Shadows Are Your Friends. Micro 4/3 Creepiness. By Vince de la Pena Greetings from Down Under. My name is Vince de la Pena and I’d like to share my very first personal photographic project. This was shot in the infamous (for photographers) old abandoned Larundel psychiatric hospital in Bundoora, Victoria, Australia. I purchased an ..READ MORE..
Which is Which? Leica Monochrome vs Sony A6000 UPDATE: #1 is the A6000 and #2 is the Monochrome! You guys got it right, (most of you)! Have not done one of these in a while and I always get asked to do these crazy comparisons so here we go. Which is which? ONE image was ..READ MORE..
Portraits from the Pub with an Olympus E-M5 By René van Wijck Hello! After many years of making photographs I got a little bored by it and I lost my inspiration. Two years ago I bought myself the Olympus OMD-EM5. This little machine changed my life! It was and is such a pleasure to work with that ..READ MORE..
Hi Steve! This time I send you some black and white pictures from the Northern part of the Tuscany. A not very well-known region called Apuan Alps. This is where the Romans got their Marble from (e.g. Carrara). I spent seven days there – and loved it! A really inspiring landscape and only very few tourists ..READ MORE..
Hi Brandon: This is Michael again, a third time repeat offender in the daily inspiration submissions. Steve’s recent posts on the Leica M, MP, and Monochrom inspired me so I took out my M240, taped over the red dot, and went shooting. This time I drove over to Massachusetts and went to the Old Sturbridge ..READ MORE..