3 Must-Have Tamron E-mount Lenses for Wedding Photography
Wedding photography is one of the most diverse and challenging genres that a photographer can take on! One minute you’re…
Beautiful Landscape Photography Made Simple With Zoner Photo Studio X
In landscape photography, post-production is one of the most important parts of the process! This article will help you tackle any type of light or weather conditions.
Sony A1 Review | Why Does This Camera Cost $6,500?
When the Sony A1 was announced, the price tag spoke louder than any specification. This camera is $6,500! Six thousand,…
Canon RF 100-400mm Review | Affordable, Portable, And High-Performance?
Canon’s “L” flagship lenses have often been in the limelight as some of the best modern optics available, from their…
Fuji X-H2S At Fuji X-Summit | Check Out This 40 FPS, 4K 120p Flagship!
Fujifilm’s X-Summit event has been a very exciting one today, with a new high-end camera and five lenses being announced!…
Six Ways To Prolong Your DSLR’s Lifespan (2022 Update)
When it comes to the life of a DSLR, there seem to be three different categories of photographers.
First, there is the photographer who babies their equipment. They never put a lens in a bag without first putting on both caps. They switch lenses in 0.5 seconds flat to avoid getting dust inside. Actually 0.5 seconds would be a little bit reckless, but you know what I mean. Their gear looks brand new even after many years of use. (The people I always hunt for when it’s time for me to buy a “new” camera!)