Versatile APS-C Zoom Lens Is The Perfect Travel Companion
At a media event in Oahu, Hawaii, Sony provided a small selection of media, including myself, a first look at the new E 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 OSS lens for Sony’s APS-C a6000/a6300/a6500 cameras. We took the lens out to shoot some local food markets to check out the image quality.
With 12 groups and 16 elements, including an aspherical element, the $600...
One photographer in each of 11 categories in the global professional photography competition was awarded the Hasselblad Master designation, among a record-setting 30,000-plus submissions
Photo by Jorge de la Torriente, Miami, USA, winner in the Aerial category of the Hasselblad Masters Awards 2018.
Hasselblad has announced the Masters Awards 2018 winners. One photographer in each of 11 categories in the global professional photography competition was awarded the Hasselblad Master designation, among a record-setting 30,000-plus submissions.
“In The Moment” was featured in Exit in the Fall 2017 issue of Digital Photo
“In The Moment” was featured in Exit in the Fall 2017 issue of Digital Photo.
“Morning sun shines on Bickford Brook in the Belknap Mountain Range in New Hampshire,” writes photographer Charles Cormier of this image. “I fell in love with this little scene as soon as I saw it. I used a 10-stop Formatt-Hitech filter, as well as an HGX circular...
I handed a millennial a Leica Q, and you won’t believe what happened next. Hint: She took good and even great photos with it. Prior to me handing Emma Broback the Q, and putting down her avocado toast for a minute, she’d never heard of a Leica.
Really…this is like the song Hey Nineteen, but not about May-December romance, and we’re colleagues,...
A visit to Canon’s service center in Lyndhurst, New Jersey
There’s no denying that for the professional photographer, support of gear is nearly as important as the gear itself. Countless photographers have been saved by the repair and loan services of the various professional support programs. When I worked in the media centers of the Beijing and Vancouver Olympics, I watched as a stream of photographers...
Scanning at one photo a second, the Epson FastFoto makes quick work of the albums gathering dust in the attic
It’s raining in Seattle and will do so until next summer. In April, the rain lets up for a bit, bringing a respite to Seattleites, with bright rays of sunshine. But then Mother Nature abruptly closes that door, and we’re right back to low-hanging ever-gray clouds, a mist I’ve described as the dreep: raindrops so steady and persistent they’re...
Building a kit for photography can be very expensive, with the costs of high-end DSLRs, specialist lenses, and high quality accessories all adding up. Don’t let this put you off though—there are ways to minimize the cost of expanding and upgrading your setup.
Building a kit for photography can be very expensive, with the costs of high-end DSLRs, specialist lenses and high-quality accessories all adding up. Don’t let this put you off, though—there are ways to minimize the cost of expanding and upgrading your setup.
Forget New. Go ‘Like New’
Buying new may seem appealing, but it isn’t necessary—you...
Exploring the perfect format for creating iPhone X videos
If you have an iPhone X, you know that regular 16:9 videos don’t fill the screen unless you pinch in, but then you end up cropping the top and bottom off the video. Plus, there’s that notch…. So, I set out to create a video that would fill the iPhone X 19.5:9 aspect ratio screen perfectly, and even do something fun with the notch! Check out the...
Media events like the Sony a7R III are a lot of work—and a lot of fun—and they help us bring you reviews of new gear
Sony’s press event in Sedona, Arizona, this week gave assembled journalists a chance to test out the new Sony a7R III in a number of different shooting situations, with the incredibly scenic backdrop of the sandstone cliffs and blue skies of this legendary tourist destination.
Media events like these are a pretty regular occurrence for the photo...
G-Technology G-DRIVE ev RaW SSD—a rugged, portable solid-state drive that goes with me wherever I work
It’s that time of year, and a topic I get asked most frequently at cocktails parties besides “Where’s the keg?” and “What’s a mirrorless camera?” is about workflow. The questions vary between, the friendly “Do you agree this bourbon is tasty?” and “What are your camera settings?” to the much more direct “What are you using to...
We’re sharing the winning images from this year’s contest. Thanks to all those who submitted!
Grand Prize Winner: “Lobster Landing” by Jacek Borkowski
Digital Photo is pleased to announce and congratulate the winners of the Your Best Shot 2017 photo contest. A big thank you to all of you who submitted—we’ll be sharing some of those images as a future Photo of the Day—and to our sponsors, Tamron, 500px, FlatHat, Cotton Carrier, Tamrac...
With changes to Lightroom, and the renaming of the previous version to Classic, what is Adobe signaling?
Adobe’s recent changes to Lightroom CC—renaming the existing desktop version “Lightroom Classic CC” and creating a new Cloud-centric version that takes on the name Lightroom CC—has sparked heated debates in the photographic community. Eliminating the stand-alone version of Lightroom, while giving the traditional product a name that has a connection...