World Press Photo just announced the winning photos for the 2019 edition of it's world's most prestigious photojournalism contest. Camera metadata shared
While Nikon surprisingly took the crown from Canon in 2018 with 52% representation among winning photos compared to Canon’s 30%, Nikon’s time at the top didn’t last long. This year, Canon struck back and was behind 46.4% of the winning photos compared to Nikon’s 36.8%.
This report is based on my use of the 645DF in Death Valley, comments and feedback from the other thirty attendees and instructors, and my own continuing tests and shooting once I returned from our Death Valley shoot. And, to answer the inevitable question up front – yes – I have ordered a DF camera upgrade based on this experience.
In 2010, we asked professional photographers which point and shoot cameras they were using. We followed that up a year and a half later to see how their selections had changed. Since that time, we’ve seen an incredible shift in the types of cameras that a