FujiFilm GFX50 To Get 3rd Party Fast Primes – 65mm 1.4 & 85mm 1.2
A major challenge for any new camera system is to provide affordable lenses to convince enough people to buy into…
Adapter To Let Sony E-Mount Cameras Autofocus Manual Leica M-Mount Lenses
The price of older manual and gorgeous Leica, Voigtlander, and Zeiss lenses might be about to jump now that you can AF on Sony A7s.
LensTAAB | Making Manual Focusing Simpler & More Precise
Many of us still use manual focusing and enjoy it. This looks to maybe make it even more enjoyable through precision and comfort.
Sometimes It’s Important To Just Slow Down and Shoot For Fun
In today’s world of 6-15FPS continuous burst modes, it is easy to just “spray-n-pray” hoping you capture the right moment. This works, but what makes a true master photographer, in my opinion, is one who can capture “THAT” moment with just frame or two.
What is Zone Focusing? And Why Is It Still Relevant To Photographers Today?
In this day and age, auto-focus is so quick and accurate that there is little reason to manual focus in most situations. So much so, in fact, that lenses and cameras nowadays hardly even have the features necessary to accurately manual focus even if you wanted to. This has lead to techniques like Zone focusing falling by the wayside.
Budget DSLR Video Tip: Using Old Canon FD Lenses On Your Digital SLR
Did you know that you can save a ton of money and grow your video lens collection by buying old Canon FD lenses? You can find these for very cheap, I just saw a 50mm F/1.4 for under $100, that is a huge savings over the current Canon 50mm f/1.4 at around $400. The catch is that these old FD lenses require an adapter to use with your Digital SLR and they are manual focus only.