Since its launch back in 2008 the Micro Four Thirds format has gained a set of devoted fans and lovers who swear by the system. There are some truly fantastic cameras on the market from both Olympus and Panasonic, and there are some killer Micro Four Thirds lenses too.
The kit lenses that came with the camera you purchased will only take you so far, and then you will need to look at the many offerings for your brand of camera. The quality of your images relies heavily on the glass that you place in front of your cameras sensor, but where do you start? Here is a look at the three lenses every beginner Canon and Nikon photographer should consider.
Pet photography is a rapidly growing genre in the world of photography as owners consider their pets family members, and their closest friends.
For true sports and wildlife photographers wanting to use the Sony mirrorless system there was always one really big – glaring, really – hole in their lens ecosystem still, hast super-telephoto prime lenses for shooting sports and wildlife from a distance.
So if all the stars align just right, I think that one of the big announcements that we're going to see this year from Nikon will be the new Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 500mm f5. 6E PF ED VR that they're announcing the development of today.
I used to be one of those street photography believers: you know, the ones that always say that you need either a 28mm, 35mm or 50mm lens to create street photos. And that there is nothing else that you can possibly use whatsoever.