Regular readers will notice that we’ve added a “Deals” tab to the website. This has a couple of links that will take readers to weekly specials that will be available from the good folks at B&H. If you’re in the market for some equipment you may be able to save yourself some money by checking the “Deals” tab on a regular basis.
The “Deals” tab also has a link to some gear suggestions. These are items that I’ve picked mainly based on personal experience.
A new article that I wrote for Photography Life, “If, at the end…” was just published. Continue reading If, at the End…on PL
I had quite a few comments from Photography Life readers about my recent article Pushing a Small 1″ Sensor to ISO-12800. Some folks asked if they could see a comparison between the finished images in the article and the original RAW files (i.e. I opened up the RAW files in CS6 and made a jpeg out of them without making any adjustments in CS6). This short article shows the ISO-12800 comparison between the original RAW files and the finished files I used in the article. Continue reading ISO-12800 Comparison
I don’t know if it is a positive or a negative that I’m not a ‘gear head’ when it comes to camera equipment. I suppose this blog would have a much bigger audience if I spent my time doing numerous reviews of camera bodies and lenses. No doubt these kinds of technical insights are extremely important to a large portion of the photographic community. But…that’s just not me. I think a bigger and more important question is, “Are you ‘at one’ with your camera gear?” Continue reading Are you ‘at one’ with your camera gear?
Our friends at Mirrorless.com have provided information regarding gear reviews and comparisons in a May 2017 Update. Interested readers can use the links provided. Continue reading Mirrorlessons.com Reviews and Comparisons May 2017 Update
Our friends at Photography Life just published a new article that I wrote for the website, Pushing a Small 1″ Sensor to ISO-12800. Readers interested in reading this new article can use the link provided. Continue reading Pushing a Small 1″ Sensor to ISO-12800 on PL
Eastern Canada, like many other parts of the world, just went through some difficult weather conditions with record amounts of rain falling. The rain caused massive flooding throughout Eastern Canada and caused Lake Ontario water levels to rise to levels not seen in over 40 years. This article features some images captured along the shoreline of Lake Ontario in the Niagara Region. Continue reading Along the Shoreline
The folks at Amplis Canada advised us earlier today that the 5% Amplis Discount Promotion Code for Canadian readers had become corrupted and was not working on the Amplis Canada website. The code has now been replaced and I have updated all of the article links and put the new code number in each article. Our sincere apologies to all Canadian readers if you recently tried to use the 5% Amplis Discount Promotion Code without success. Continue reading 5% Amplis Discount Promotion Code for Canadian Readers Replaced
This short article provides a 1st quarter 2017 camera market update based on recently available CIPA statistics. Continue reading 1st Quarter 2017 Market Update
This morning I woke up to find a couple of emails from readers specifically asking about dealing with bright sunlight in post when shooting with a small sensor camera. Some of the concerns expressed were dealing with high contrast landscape images where getting highlight and shadow details are a problem due to the limited dynamic range of smaller sensors. Continue reading Dealing With Bright Sunlight in Post Using TAB