I have been doing research lately, because I want to purchase a new camera (maybe a couple of them, not sure yet), so I thought I'd put together my thoughts on full-frame cameras available these days. Before we get started, I need to make it clear from the get-go that there is no absolute best … Continue reading The best full-frame camera out there right now
I was invited by the folks at Light, who are working on some pretty interesting camera technology, to write about my favorite vantage point. I explained to them, as I'm explaining to you now, that I don't have one. I get bored with shooting the same locations and I'm always on the lookout for new … Continue reading My favorite vantage point for photography
Here are several details captured on 35mm film. I love how film is readily nostalgic whereas digital photographs have to be edited heavily in order to make them so. I think what that says about digital sensors is that there's plenty of work still to be done to them. Because to me, unless I feel … Continue reading Details on film
Try to guess where these photos were taken; some of the images might be readily recognizable to you if you're from the DC area. If you're wondering about the processing, they were captured on 35mm film with an Exakta EXA Ia camera, scanned in from the negatives and edited in Lightroom and Photoshop.
As I announced back in June of 2010, Canon has been at work on a mirrorless camera and they've finally launched it. It's called the EOS M. It uses a new EF-M lens mount and its specs are pretty much what we expect mirrorless DSLRs to have these days. It ships in four colors: black … Continue reading Camera preview: Canon EOS M
I made a video follow-up to my past articles on Sigma DSLRs (see this and this), where I talk about where Sigma is today and why I think they're lagging behind the market by 2-3 years. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hD0yFqWTtTw Sigma's R&D has not developed new DSLRs fast enough to keep up with market demands and the wonderful … Continue reading My thoughts on Sigma DSLRs
A few years ago, there were two companies which had some interesting opportunities ahead of them: Sigma with its revolutionary Foveon sensor and lens-making know-how, and FujiFilm with its remarkable Super CCD SR sensor and long-term experience with professional lens-making. They didn't stay on course. Sigma's continued development of the sensor has been much too … Continue reading What happened to Sigma and FujiFilm DSLRs?