Category: Photography

  • The Forgotten Symbol on Your Camera

    Have you ever come across this alien-like symbol while cleaning or setting up your camera and had no idea what that was? Read further, where we discuss what this symbol is and its practical applications. What Is That? This symbol resembles the Greek Letter Phi (a circle with a line through it) and is usually […]

  • I Built a Digital Technical Camera, and Yes, It's Slightly Ridiculous

    I’m not one to obsess over gear; I’ve never suffered from GAS. Frankly, the seemingly endless discussions around cameras, lenses, and various bits of kit that just keep multiplying year after year, couldn’t interest me less. And now that I’ve said that, I’m going to write about gear. The Camera If you’ve made it this […]

  • We Review the Canon RF 100-300mm f/2.8L IS USM Lens

    I got an opportunity to use the brand-new Canon RF 100-300mm f/2.8L IS USM zoom lens. This expensive and large zoom lens with a large aperture is even more amazing than I initially expected. In this article, I share my experience and thoughts on this lens from real-world use. When Canon Netherlands offered me a […]

  • Is the Fujifilm GFX 100S Too Much for Weddings? 

    I’ll admit I was seduced by digital medium format, with its ridiculous resolution and that “medium format look.” It has been two years of full-time use. Do I still think it was worth it? Better yet, should you drop $10K+ for a medium format digital camera kit? As a wedding and portrait photographer who loves […]

  • We Go Hands on With the New Leica Q3

    Leica has just released their long-awaited update to the fan-favorite Q line-up called the Leica Q3. I’ve been using it for a couple of hours each day for the past three days. So, how does it feel to shoot with it, and should you want one?Many of the good features of its predecessor have stayed, […]

  • 4 Mistakes to Avoid When Shooting With Filters in Landscape Photography

    Filters are some of the most transformational tools when it comes to creating possibilities in landscape photography. Aside from the intended exposure effects, there are some things you might need to learn about using them that will help you achieve better-quality images. If you’re an experienced landscape photographer, the use of filters may already be […]

  • Why Film Photography Is the Only Right Way To Start

    When I started out in photography, I started learning on film. While it was very much in the digital era, I still shot film. The reason being it was what was available to me at the time, and buying film stock was not as expensive as it is now. Shooting on film has taught me […]

  • Easy Focus Stacking Technique for Sharper Ecommerce Photos

    Ecommerce images represent a product on the web to provide potential customers with an accurate representation of the products. Therefore an efficient workflow that enables you to get an image of a product that is fully in focus is extremely crucial. Check out this article to find out how easy focus stacking might be the […]

  • Save $1,700 on a Top-level MacBook Pro Today Only

    The MacBook Pro is the most popular laptop of choice for creatives, able to tackle just about any task you can throw at it with ease, while also offering a beautiful display and all-day battery life. Today only, you can get the top-level model of the 16-inch MacBook Pro for $1,700 off. Today only, B&H […]

  • Worth Considering? We Review the Tamron 11-20mm f/2.8 Di III-A RXD for Fujifilm X

    Fujifilm X Series cameras do have a reasonably usable selection of wide angle lenses available, but there is still a missing a piece. Tamron is here to fill that gap with its new 11-20mm f/2.8 Di III-A RXD lens. Is it good enough? Is it worth considering instead of the Fujifilm originals? The Alternatives If you’re […]