DPReview has completed their review of the Canon PowerShot G9 X Mark II, Canon’s smallest 1″ sensor camera. The camera appears to be a bit of a mixed bag, as the user experience is quite good, but the camera is let down by a soft lens and poor battery life. I looked long and hard Read more...
On Oct 8, 2015, a completely unknown company announced a new camera which promised to change how we think about photography: “The L16 combines breakthrough optics design with never-before-seen imaging technology to bring you the camera of the future.
Bryan over at The-Digital-Picture has completed his review of Canon’s latest entry level mirrorless camera, the EOS M100. From TDP: From an exciting brand-new features perspective, the Canon EOS M100 is going to turn few heads.
MOAB Moenkopi Washi Kozo 110 paper is classified under the company's specialty paper, and it honestly has me scratching my head in some ways while being very impressed in other ways. The paper is designed for fine art photographers and is a matte paper with a pretty unique look to it in some ways that you only realize when lit just right.
Photography Blog has completed their extensive review of Canon’s brand new flagship compact camera, the PowerShot G1 X Mark III. From Photography Blog: The Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III is the smallest G-series camera to date, yet remarkably it has the largest image sensor of any G-series camera ever released, featuring the same APS-C Read more...
Bryan over at The-Digital-Picture has completed his review of the brand new Canon EF 85mm f/1. 4L IS USM. From The-Digital-Picture: While it will find use for many purposes (we will go looking for opportunities to use this lens), the Canon EF 85mm f/1.
ePHOTOzine has completed their review of the brand new Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark III. Canon’s flaghship PowerShot camera which sports an APS-C 24mp image sensor. From ePHOTOzine: The Canon Powershot G1 X Mark III has taken the great usability of a Canon DSLR, and the 24mp APS-C CMOS sensor with phase-detection AF built-in, and Read more...
The Light L16 is a 52-megapixel point-and-shoot camera that uses a massive 16 lenses all at once to create high resolution images. It has both baffled and inspired a lot of the photography community, but the first real reviews are being published… and they aren’t very good. Is There a Need? Photography Bay expresses concerns […]
DPReview has completed their review of Canon’s entry level mirrorless camera. From DPReview: As we’ve said in our shooting experience, the EOS M100 is just a fun camera to use. Even for seasoned photographers, it’s a freeing experience being able to use the M100 in full auto, have great image quality from the large APS-C Read more...
I came to Chris before a big vacation, and asked a simple question, “Do you have a good quality camera a total novice could use that needs a review?”. Twenty minutes later, he handed me the Nikon D7500 and a Nikkor lens, set up a few features, and said “ You'll want to keep the Fstop to about 4.
Have you caught yourself thinking anything along the lines of ‘Facebook isn’t worth my time from a business perspective anymore’? It’s true, the Facebook game has changed, and the days of seemingly endless organic reach and customers are over.
DPReview has completed their review of Canon’s smallest DSLR, the EOS Rebel SL2. DPRewview referred to the SL2 as the Toyota Camry of DSLRs, which after having a Camry as a rental recently, I’m not sure that’s a good thing.
The-Digital-Picture has completed their review of the Canon EOS 6D Mark II, and came away pretty impressed overall. While it’s not a perfect camera body, the image quality is great as far as noise and color go, but we’re all disappointed we didn’t get a dynamic range performance bump. From TDP: The 6D Mark II Read more...
DPReview has completed their review of the Canon EOS 6D Mark II rather quickly and came away liking, but not loving it. From DPReview: It’s true that every objective specification of the 6D Mark II has been improved upon when compared with its predecessor, while the release price has remained the same. Unfortunately, unless you’re Read more...
As a professional documentary wedding photographer, actually taking photographs is a small (but essential!) part of my job. Much of what a wedding photographer does is in the editing and processing of the images.
A while back, Lomography LomoChrome Purple was released in 120 and 35mm formats. But earlier this year, the company updated the formula to make it more stable. With it came the major improvement of making it easier to shoot with.
DPReview has completed their extensive review of the brand new Canon EOS M6 mirrorless camera. DPReview had this to say about the EOS M6: Admittedly, if you’re not already bought into the Canon system, it is hard to ignore direct competitors that often pack in more features for similar money or similar feature for less; the Read more...
Bryan at The-Digital-Picture has completed his review of Canon’s latest mirrorless offering, the EOS M6. As expected, the new mirrorless camera from Canon is quite capable, though not the groundbreaking advancement a lot of folks are after.
Of all the cameras that sit in my camera bag, the Hasselblad X1D is the one camera that I never expected to purchase. But, after my Hasselblad H5 went in for repairs with no return date in sight (more on that later) and I faced an expensive rental bill to procure a replacement for a […]
DPReview has completed their review of the Canon EOS 77D, a DSLR that has confused some people in the Canon world as to why it exists. While it is a rebadged “Rebel T7s”, it does seem to offer enough to make it a worthwhile option at this price point.
The folks over at Priime have been doing some really interesting stuff over the years. They've had tutorials and really tend to focus in some ways or another on the fashion industry; but their newest Lightroom presets are expanding on the company's iOS app and bring presets to the world's most famous photo editing software: Lightroom.
Bryan at The-Digital-Picture has completed his review of the Irix 15mm f/2. 4 Blackstone wide angle lens. Your options for wide angle prime lenses continues to grow with these new Irix lenses as well as the upcoming Sigma 14mm f/1.
“Easily the best “M” so far!” Bryan at The-Digital-Picture has completed his review of the Canon EOS M5 mirrorless camera. From TDP If you have been waiting to jump into a Canon MILC and an APS-C sensor format works for you, the EOS M5 is a great choice. While one may feel a tendency to Read more...
Almost one year ago, my Gear Acquisition Syndrome (GAS) started flaring up. I started getting interested in medium format photography, and the Pentax 645Z caught my attention. At the time, I had the Sony A7II, A7S, and RX1, but I wanted to experience the bigger sensor and all the goodies that came with one. I […]
I genuinely loved the Fujifilm X-T10, so when the Fujifilm X-T20 was announced, I was very eager to see how they'd improve an already fantastic camera. Indeed, Fujifilm has outdone themselves yet again.
Our friend and brilliant photographer Joshua Holko has written a review of the BenQ SW320 32” inch Adobe RGB Monitor. The importance of a monitor geared towards photography is often overlooked by budding professional photographers for whatever reasons.
A few years ago, I was told that a Hasselblad digital camera was going to kill the 120 format of film. At the time, I was absolutely astounded. For many years, I believed it to a certain point.
Hey Fujifilm camera users, Just a quick heads up that we’ve updated our Fujifilm lens guide. Every single autofocus lens for the Fujifilm X series system is now on there along with our reviews, information, buying information, etc. Check it out right here.
Over the holiday weekend here in the USA the news broke that Kai Wong had split off (i. e. been fired) from DigitalRev, the Youtube channel that he helped propel into being one of the most watched photography channels on Youtube.
Out with the old and in with the new. Nikon has released their latest update to the 70-200 f/2. 8. The older VR II (G-type) has been a cornerstone of many professional photographer’s bags, not to mention one of our most rented lenses.
First of all I just want to say this: Peak Design got the name of the Everyday Sling wrong. This bag isn’t the Everyday Sling, it’s the Everything Sling because this bag literally does everything I would ever possibly need to go when I’m going out. Second of all, you may not share my opinions […]
I have already seen a few posts about the new addition to the Nikon prime lineup, the Nikon 105mm f/1. 4, but don’t worry, this isn’t just another review with lots of graphs and pictures of brick walls.
The Leica M-D (the digital rangefinder with no LCD screen)—all hype, or the real deal? My dream for the perfect digital camera was this: a digital camera that emulated a film camera. Where you didn’t have complicated menus, settings, or an LCD screen to distract you.
For a very long time, Olympus' fastest primes were only available at f1. 8; but with the recent introduction of the Olympus 25mm f1. 2 PRO lens they've broken that previous standard. It's one of the company's highest end lenses and will most likely be purchased by professionals and high end enthusiasts.
This is a review of the Canon 5D Mark IV. My name is Albert Palmer, and I’m a professional wedding photographer who uses my cameras at least 1 to 3 times a week — often for 10 to 12 hours a day and in quite challenging conditions.
Jared Polin from FroKnowsPhoto has completed his real world review of the Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, it’s an hour long video and worth a watch. Jared touches on Dual Pixel RAW and didn’t come away a big fan of the concept in its current form, however we may see some great advancements with this Read more...
Martin Bailey has completed what is likely the first review of the brand new Canon imagePROGRAF Pro-4000, a new 44″ printer from Canon. We’ve seen reviews of both the imagePROGRAF Pro-1000 and imagePROGRAF Pro-2000 from Keith at Northlight Images which have shown these to be the best printers Canon has ever made and it looks Read more...