Cheap Photo: Grab the Fujifilm X-H1 with Grip for $999 While You Can

If you're in the market for a new camera, and you want a smoking hot deal, this Cheap Photo is for you. For a limited time, the magnificent Fujifilm X-H1 with the battery grip can be yours for the insanely low price of just $999! That's an instant savings of $300! You really don't want to miss out on this red hot deal. Join us after the break for more details.

Kanex Multiport Hubs Will Make Life Easier for Creators Who Use Macs

Windows PC users move along, nothing to see here. You already have all the connectivity you need; MacBook users though, stick around, you'll be interested in this. Because in the world of Apple less is more, MacBook users have to find ways to get all of their peripherals and cables connected via external means because Apple cheaped out on ports themselves.

The iPad Pro Is a Powerhouse for Creators, But Could Always Be Better

The iPad Pro can be found in photography studios, and photographers tool kits around the globe and they're used for good reason. While I don't always agree with what Apple does, it is hard to deny the fact that the company has the best tablet ever made as part of their portfolio.

These Aurora Aperture Filters for Mount Adapters Are Quite Unique

Filters are fantastic. They enable us to produce images that would otherwise be near impossible to create at certain times, but as great as they are, they can also be a royal pain. Often, we find ourselves needing multiple copies of the same filters with different thread sizes for the various lenses in our collection.

Opinion: We Really Need to Stop Saying Gear Doesnt Matter

As photographers, we've likely said, or have heard someone telling a new photographer, or perhaps even an experienced photographer that 'gear doesn't matter. ' Those four little words that are so quickly spoken can be some of the worst advice that you or any other photographer can give, or receive because ultimately gear does matter in photography, just like the type of equipment for many different activities matters.

How to Protect Your Camera and Gear at Fireworks Parties This 4th of July

As photographers, we find ourselves being asked to be the photographer at all sorts of events, even family events like firework parties, and that means we don't get to be quite as immersed as we would like, but if you find yourself being able to skip the party photography in an official capacity, you can go about taking images for fun, and for yourself.

How to Protect Your Camera and Gear at Firework Parties This 4th of July

As photographers, we find ourselves being asked to be the photographer at all sorts of events, even family events like firework parties, and that means we don't get to be quite as immersed as we would like, but if you find yourself being able to skip the party photography in an official capacity, you can go about taking images for fun, and for yourself.

These Six Instant Film Cameras Got Glowing Reviews from Us

Instant print cameras have always been, and will always be super fun to use. They are the perfect companion for photographers who don't want to take their main camera with them to capture the fun of a party, or a night on the town.

The Epson SureLab D870 Minilab Photo Printer Will be Available This July

Epson have just announced that the successor to the popular SureLab Minilab D700 will be hitting retail outlets in July 2019. The Epson Surelab D870 Minilab will be capable of producing vast quantities of prints in a very short amount of time, which will no doubt be music to the ears of those who are in the business of small-format photo production.

An Ode to the Unsung Hero That Is a Photographers Microfiber Cloth

It's evident in certain circles that when you become a photographer of a certain experience and one who wears a certain prescription, there is an emphasized need for items like a microfiber cloth. Their uses are numerous and within your circles, you're expected to carry them in the same way that a scout never leaves home without their pocket knife.

Compact Camera Showdown: The Fujifilm X100F Versus The Leica Q

Both Fujifilm and Leica make quality compact cameras, but does the gulf in price between the two featured here mean that one is truly better than the other? Some would argue that Leica's are the pinnacle, the creme de la creme, the best of the best, simply because, well, they're Leica's, but does it automatically mean that you're going to get results from their cameras that simply cannot be replicated by models that cost significantly less? After the break we will share a Fujifilm X100F versus a Leica Q compact camera comparison video with you that Evan Ranft has put together.

Harry Spitzs Photographic Exploration of Depression Book is Eye Opening

Depression is one of the most complicated, and most misunderstood illnesses around the globe. It can be incredibly hard for those around people who suffer with depression to understand just what is going on, and for those who suffer with it, it can be hard to describe how they feel.

Why Dont We Teach Photographers What to Charge for Their Photos?

Ive heard countless versions of the same story: a photo assistant discovering that the photographer charged the client double what they paid the assistant in regards to the assistant fee on the clients invoice, a tragic problem frequently encountered and rarely remedied.

Why Its So Important to Have Other Hobbies Besides Photography

While photography is a fantastic passion and hobby to have, I don't at all think that it should be the sole thing that brings you joy in life. The world is a fantastic place filled with tons of variety and if you limit yourself to just one hobby, it can get boring and monotonous.

Canon EOS R Said to Get Improved Eye AF Firmware on April 18th

One of the great things about Mirrorless cameras has been the extra support they get in the form of firmware updates. While DSLR's used to get them, they were very infrequent. However, with the Mirrorless market being so competitive, and with each company always trying to one up each other, firmware updates have become a very normal part of Mirrorless ownership.

Could a Full Frame Mirrorless Canon Rebel Be an Ace in The Hole?

Everywhere you go these days it seems that Full Frame is the buzz word in the photography world. The gap between APS-C cameras and Full Frame cameras has closed significantly, but there is perhaps still an ounce of difference between the two platforms with Full Frame only just squeezing out a win.

One Day With Homeless

''Please stop thinking you know what is the best for us. How many times have you been sitting in the street, looking at all these people who used to be your friends?'' he asked me. ''I guess, I've never been in the same situation'' I answered.

The New Billingham AVEA Pocket Range Camera Bags Attach to Your Bag

Billingham make some truly gorgeous hand made camera bags, and while they may be a little more expensive than a lot of other camera bags on the market, you truly do get what you pay for. If you're fortunate enough to own one of Billingham's camera bags then you might be interested in their new AVEA 7, and AVEA 8 pocket range accessory bags which have just been announced.

Youll be Able to Shoot from the Hip with the K-Tek Stingray Hip Bag

We all know how hard it can be as photographers to carry everything we need while we are out on the job. We try to cram cleaning cloths, SD cards, lens cleaning brushes, batteries and cables just about anywhere we can so that we don't have to carry our main camera bag with us, but the struggle is real.

Jonny Baker: Shooting Behind the Scenes of London Fashion Week 2019

When the fashion week season rolls around biannually my camera bags are firmly packed, hotels pre booked and London and Paris are in my sights. The fashion world operates by presenting collections for the following year ahead, so in September the Spring/Summer collections are shown and in February the Fall/Winter collections are presented.

Kosmo Foto Launches Popular Kosmo Foto Mono in the Flavor of 120 Film

Following the successful launch of Kosmo Foto Mono 35mm film back in 2017, Medium Format users have been hoping that the emulsion would one day make its way to their platform. If you're one of those people who have been wishing for it, you'll be pleased to hear that Kosmo Foto have just announced that the Kosmo Foto Mono 120 version of this popular film will indeed to making its way to the world of Medium Format cameras. For more details join us after the break.

Reports State That Kodak Alaris is Looking to Sell Assets

Sources say that the owners of Kodak Alaris may be looking to sell some or all of their film, paper and photo chemical assets in an attempt to offset some $2.7 billion worth of debt. This news comes as quite a shock seeing as late last year they successfully launched 35mm Ektachrome film, and just the other day the company announced that Ektachrome would be coming to both Medium Format and Large Format cameras.

Boudoir Photographer Jen Rozenbaum on Using Photography for Healing

"Do you feel like photography is helping you with body confidence and helping you with where you are?" asks Dan to Boudoir Photographer Jen Rozenbaum in our latest video. Jen goes on to relate about how she's been finding a way to turn her battle with cancer into something beautiful.

Film Photography: Alive and Clicking in the 21st Century

This has been driven by a fantastic twelve months of innovation and is a critical milestone for an industry that was on its knees a short decade ago. It is also a great opportunity for the community to celebrate! Here at Analogue Wonderland we have been thoroughly enjoying the celebrations.

Camera Bag Review: Peak Design Everyday Messenger 2

The first version of the Peak Design Everyday Messenger bag was a hit with many people; although personally I wasn't a huge fan of it. The originalPeak Design Everyday Messenger wasn't very ambidextrous and although the second version has surely made strides forward, there is something that is still very awkward about the bag that I think appeals more to tech bros more than anything else.

I Travel To Parallel Worlds Of Puddles With My Smartphone

Traveling and taking pictures are two of my favorite things in this world. Just an introduction of myself, my name is Guido Gutiérrez Ruiz and with my Instagram account,  I like to demonstrate you don’t need a professional camera in order to take a nice picture.

Farmers And Craft Market Life In Hungary

For 4 years between 2013 and 2017, I photographed the events of a farmers market, called Bödön market. I made a compilation of these pictures, which I think faithfully reflects the mood of the market, the kindness of the sellers, the colorful products and the special atmosphere that pervades the whole market.

May I Ask You A Personal Question, Have You Ever Retired A Human By Mistake?

Original Blade Runner is one of my all time favorite movies and it was no surprise that I totally enjoyed capturing the essence of Rachel in this Cosplay photoshoot with Suzucos from Finland. With help from my makeup artist friend Laura Puntila Rachel was born to life and I was able to capture these amazing frames of this cosplay talent.  

I Combine Thousands Of Photos To Create One Image Of A Butterfly Wing

I never thought I would be running around with a net desperately trying to capture butterflies and dragonflies. But that was exactly what I was doing two summers ago at the local golf course. Living north of San Francisco I am surrounded by natural beauty with flowing waterfalls, giant redwoods, and luscious green hillsides.

Fun Portraits Of Flying Dogs By A German Photographer

Julia Christe is a German photographer specializing in photographing pets. One of her most recent works is a funny series in which the dogs are "flying". The project began when the photographer decided she would like to capture pictures of her favorite animals from a new perspective.

I Photograph The Special Bond Between Horse And Human

At the age of 13, I was traveling all over Denmark, to photograph horses with their humans. Of course, it was because of my own love for horses, that I combined this with taking photos. I myself have never spent much time in the saddle.

Japanese Great-Grandmother At Age 90 Continues Conquering Social Networks With Her Incredible Joy Of Living

This lovely Japanese lady could even teach millenials a trick or two on how to capture the life's most joyful moments and turn them into magic.   Last year, Kimiko Nishimoto took the internet by storm with self-portraits casting herself as a dog, a frog or even a witch roaming the vicinity on her broomstick - almost like a Harry Potter character that accidentaly made their escape from the pages of the book.

Ever Since This 90-Year-Old Japanese Grandma Discovered Photography She Cant Stop Taking Hilarious Self-Portraits (New Pics)

This lovely Japanese lady could even teach millenials a trick or two on how to capture the life's most joyful moments and turn them into magic.   Last year, Kimiko Nishimoto took the internet by storm with self-portraits casting herself as a dog, a frog or even a witch roaming the vicinity on her broomstick - almost like a Harry Potter character that accidentaly made their escape from the pages of the book.

Ir Photography On The Cheap

One boring, wet day, I was browing the web when I found an article on how to convert a point & click camera to an IR point & click camera. It looked pretty simple. All you needed was an old camera and some exposed 35mm negative strips.

I Love To Runaway With My Camera

Hi! My name is Maciek, I' m 25 yo amateur photographer from Poland. Photography is my biggest passion. I love to take photos of landscapes and cities

I Finally Got To Live Out My Horror Fangirl Dreams!

I've been a massive horror buff since I was a child and always wanted to do some horror-icon photo shoots but it can be hard finding models willing to have a bit of fun, so when my favourite make-up artist (Quinn.

I Make Amazing Fantasy Art Images To Cosplayers

I have been drawn to the cosplay scene for many years and been making plenty of images on the basis of their costumes and characters. Here are some of my favorites over the years. Do you recognize them all? Most of them looks like the real deal!

We Created A Christmas Card Thatll Make You Laugh

I had a client who simply wanted to make the family laugh for the Holidays! They told me their idea and I was definitely down for something different from the typical Christmas card photos. I usually tell people how to pose or how I want them, but for this session, there was nothing but laughs from me. More of my work can be seen on my website.

I Capture Bees In My Macro Photos

Some of my favorite bee macro photos from the past year or 2. All photos were taken using a custom built "anybrand mpe 65mm" lens. Scroll down the page to see close-up photos of beautiful bees.

Photography is the Bastard Art

Photography is the bastard art. There are many reasons for this, not the least of which is that everyone owns a smartphone and many of those people are under the mistaken impression that they are excellent photographers.

Skull Shaped Pencil Eraser

Hello! I want to share with you a couple of my light painting photos. I'm an amateur photographer and I love to take pictures of small items and toys. Recently, I'm trying to photograph a living model - my patient girlfriend.

I Made A Camera Lens With An Iceberg

I wanted to share with you my latest personal photographic experiment: creating the first ever camera lens made of ICE - "Iceberg Lens Project". Shooting photos and videos using the ice lens was my dream for almost 2 years.


Walking through Brazil, I captured some images of workers who use their hands to excuse their livelihood. This is the result of that tour.