How to Create Dynamic Aerial Photos with the Camera Toss|Matt Shumate
Matt Shumate demonstrates how he creates stunning and seemingly dangerous images, on the edge of cliffs and over bodies of water, using the Camera Toss Technique.
Nikon D810 Full Review – The Repeat Champion Of DSLRs Indeed!
When I first read the specs on the new Nikon D810, I already knew we had a winner on our hands. Despite the folks who usually nay-say about these types of “incremental updates”, the Nikon D800 and DD800e were already reigning champions in the world of digital photography…
6 Photokina Announcements Action/Wildlife Photographers Should Note
If you are an action/sports/wildlife photographer, then this has been the Photokina of your dreams. Seriously, almost every company has put out something aimed at the specific needs of the action/sports/wildlife photographers out there.
Amazon Patents the Basics of Studio Photography, Photographing on Seamless White
Amazon has just patented a photography technique that every studio photographer should be familiar with: Photographing on a seamless backdrop.
A Photographer’s April Fools’ Day: Jokes, Jokes, Jokes and More Jokes
It’s coming to something when the news is making the news, but that’s precisely what happens every April 1st, and…
Lightning Panorama – How We Shot It
If you have ever tried to photograph lightning during the day, let me tell you it is not easy! What makes lightning so easy to photograph at night is 1.) The fact that you can very easily achieve long shutter speeds, and 2.) Lightning is usually the brightest thing in the sky at night.
Nikon D7100 Field Review: Breaking The Mold, Again
Nikon seems to be the champion of “trickle-down features”. What does that mean? Over the ~4 generations of Nikon DSLRs that have come out in the past decade or so, Nikon has had the habit of taking flagship features from their high-end pro cameras, and putting those features in the more affordable model cameras. When the Nikon D300 came out along side the flagship D3, it was a $1800 camera with roughly the same autofocus system as a $5,000 camera.
Pentax MX-1 Review via Barcelona Street Photography
I’ve recently reviewed the Fuji X-Pro 1 followed by Sigma’s DP2 Merrill. Both cameras have innovative APSc sensors and incredible image quality. To return to a compact camera sized Bayer sensor was always going to mean a noticeable drop in image quality. But testing the far more affordable Pentax MX-1, I’ve had a lot of fun. Let’s find out why.