With the new announcement of the Sony RX100 VI camera, there comes with it a number of great technologies but also a number of tradeoffs. Before I go on, I should state that I've spent a few minutes with the new camera and that I get to play with it more later on. But right off the bat, I've got a number of theories.
It was the Sony 28mm f2 FE lens that first seriously introduced me to 28mm lenses, but it was the Nikon 28mm f1. 4 that made me really fall in love with them and the Leica 28mm f1. 4 that solidified that even further.
That’s what I said to myself 20 minutes into his new MasterClass offered by Masters Of. Photography. We rarely get to learn from the true legends of photography. And maybe that’s a good thing, because the best photographers aren’t always good teachers.
I have been practising Street Photography for some time now. As the years have gone by I have been happy with the progress that I have made, both aesthetically and in obtaining knowledge. A few days ago I was reviewing my portfolio, trying to understand exactly what direction I want to go with my body of work.
Ever been curious if it's worth "upgrading" from a Leica M6 to an M10? In a recent trip to New York City, George Muncey of Negative Feedback swapped his M6 with New Yorker Joe Greer's M10 for a day to see how the experience and the results would stack up.
In previous features, we've seen Munich-based street and documentary photographer Skander Khlif reveal the beauty of his hometown through his unique perspectives. For example, there's his black and white series of river surfers riding the waves of The Eisbach.
My name is Davide Sasso and I'm a photographer.
Italy is really beautiful, last year I had the opportunity to visit the most beautiful places: Venice, Florence, Rome and many other incredible places, full of art, history, and beauty.