Well this must be a little bit like what the hard-core felt in the early 60s when the Speed Graphic line was halted, or maybe the 1940s (?)...
it brought photographers back to the simplicity of understanding that a real picture is made in your eye, in your head, and not necessarily in that three thousand dollar piece of chrome around your neck. I loved that the edges of the Holga frame looked as if they had been run through a VitaMix filter, that you had to use tape or velcro to keep the back from popping off
When the biggest complaint you have about a camera concerns the image quality at ISO 25,000, you know you have a first world problem. Such is the case when comparing two full-frame compacts: the Leica Q and the Sony RX1R II. Yes, there are differences bet
When the biggest complaint you have about a camera concerns the image quality at ISO 25,000, you know you have a first world problem. Such is the case when comparing two full-frame compacts: the Leica Q and the Sony RX1R II.
It was only 45 days ago when Sony held their last press event in Portland, Oregon to announce the release of the Sony a7r II and to give us the opportunity to shoot with it. We subsequently published a review of the Sony a7r II and how Sony listened to it
The history of Obama’s most important foreign-policy victory is still being written
The stealthy camera startup Light today announced a revolutionary new point-and-shoot camera that aims to transform the way we think about cameras. Called
Yunghi Kim often pretended she wasn’t taking photographs when she started documenting Sunset Park’s Chinatown. She got in the habit of shooting from the hip rather than raising the camera to her eye in the bustling, if camera-shy, Brooklyn neighborhood.
Expert photographers on the lenses, notebooks and tools they carry
We asked Facebook, Instagram and Twitter followers to submit questions about gear for the second installment of 7 with VII. Read on for the 7 answers from VII’s Ron Haviv, Sim Chi Yin, Ashley Gilbertson, Arthur Bondar, Ed Kashi, Poulomi Basu and Sarker Protick
Last week a video created by Bellevue Fine Art went viral after it showed how much ink their large format Epson 9900 printers were wasting (Spoiler Alert:
In 1967, Danny Lyon, a young photographer from New York who had spent the beginning of his career documenting the civil-rights movement, was granted permission by the Texas Department of Corrections to photograph freely inside the state’s penitentiaries
By associate editor Elliot Smith, video by Adam Plowden: Newsshooter’s technical editor Matt Allard talks to F-Stop academy’s Den Lennie, one of the only people to have used Sony’s newly-announced A7s II camera. The camera combines the low light sensitivi
The camera combines the low light sensitivity of the original A7s with the refreshed body and grip, internal 4K recording and image stabilisation of the more recent A7R II.
By technical editor Matt Allard: Imagine a sensor that had almost four times the number of pixels as the 50.6 MP full-frame Canon EOS 5DS. This may sound like a a pipe dream, but Canon have now made it a reality. Today the company announced a APS-H-size (
Today the company announced a APS-H-size (approx. 29.2 x 20.2 mm) CMOS sensor incorporating approximately 250 million pixels (19,580 x 12,600 pixels).
I have anxiously waited to try out the DxO One since it was first announced. I always look forward to new and groundbreaking technology and the DxO One looked like it may be just that. The question is whether the DxO meets my expectations and fits your n
While all these specs as well as final images are great, the real test is how easy is it to arrive at the final image. Although the camera looks cool and feels well built, it does have some quirks.
Building on the success of the full-frame 36-Mpix Sony A7R, the recently announced update to that model looks to be one of the most promising cameras of the year. Along with a slight increase in pixel count over the original, the sensor in the 42-Mpix A7R
Building on the success of the full-frame 36-Mpix Sony A7R, the recently announced update to that model looks to be one of the most promising cameras of the year. Along with a slight increase in pixel count over the original, the sensor in the 42-Mpix A7R II offers BSI architecture and on-chip PDAF with 399 points. Read on to find out how well this new sensor performs
Sony’s Industry Challenger The Sony A7RII was announced in June and started shipping world-wide in early August, 2015. The product’s highlights are likely well known by now, even though shipments have just started. But, at the risk of repetition, here a
With so many cameras crossing my desk each year it’s hard not to cozy up with the prettiest new face on the street. But the A7RII is more than just a pretty face. It’s a highly competent tool for creating images that gives up almost nothing to any competitor, and while it doesn’t win every race, it places in the top three if not the very top in every category.
Whoa. Canon dropped a bombshell this morning by announcing the new Canon ME20F-SH, a multi-purpose camera that has a maximum ISO of over 4,000,000. That's
Whoa. Canon dropped a bombshell this morning by announcing the new Canon ME20F-SH, a multi-purpose camera that has a maximum ISO of over 4,000,000. That’s right: this camera can basically see in the dark.
Digitalversus published an interesting interview with the designers behind the Leica Q (Typ 116) camera. Some interesting points: Leica Q is entirely assembled in Wetzlar, Germany The Leica X is pre-assembled in Asia, the final adjustments and quality che
What are photo editors really looking for from professional photographers? And how can you make connections with potential clients and land gigs? In The Inspiration Handbook: 50 Tips from 50 Photography Trailblazers, get advice from Brad Smith, Elizabeth Krist, Emily Shornick, Brinson Banks, James Bellorini, Alexandre Buisse, Kate Osba, Lindsay Adler, Elizabeth Weinberg, and Jodi Cobb who share their best tips to getting hired.