Bhutan Panasonic GH3 October 2012 from Ira Block on Vimeo. My friend Ira Block is an internationally renowned photojournalist, teacher and workshop leader who has to date produced more than 30 major stories for the National Geographic magazine and its affiliates, N.G. Traveler and Adventure. Ira tells the backstory of this video in his seminars that he […]

  Back in August, thanks to a kind loan from Will Crockett over at DiscoverMirrorless.Com, I got to try the Fuji XPro-1 for a couple of days.  That story is here:   I liked it very much.  Though I didn’t have time to shoot any low light, or “available darkness” subjects with it as I would […]

Here’s Chris Niccolls from TheCameraStore in Calgary, Alberta, & Nick Devlin, renowned  landscape photographer and columnist on Luminous Landscape, testing the Sigma DP1 and DP2 Merrill edition cameras.  While certainly not for everyone, these horrible little cameras produce absolutely stunning landscape photographs.  I particularly like Nick Devlin’s comment that shooting a DP Merrill is about the […]

Micro Expressions: exploring motion image photography from untitled film works on Vimeo.    Follow Abraham Joffe, CANON’s new EOS-1DC and the professional image makers who gave of their time to be interviewed who included: Dean Bentick (inlighten photography) Brett Purmel, David Stowe (Society photography), Ryan Schembri (Xsight) Sue Bryce, Phillip Bloom, Wissam Abdallah, Graham Monro (gm photographics) Michael […]

Looking For Lenses from TheCameraForum on Vimeo.   There is something to be said for the hand feel of a good pro grade DSLR.  Strong.  Heavy.  Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound and still pull off ten frames a second without breaking a sweat.  Confidence is built into this equipment, the confidence […]

It isn’t every day that something new comes along in the way of a photography “gadget” that is much more than a novelty; a cute toy we all buy from time to time, normally on impulse .  I know I have a drawer full of them, and I bet you do too.  Once in a […]

photographer: David Alan Harvey layout and design: Bryan Harvey producer: Eva-Maria Kunz coordinator: Diego Orlando production: Andrea Barbato, Michael Courvoisier, Candy Pilar Godoy   Attention photographers! We at offer the following presentation as a whole new take on just what a printed book can be.  The ability for the reader to reorder the story […]

Olympus 17mm f/1.8 lens

The new Olympus 17mm f/1.8 has been officially released for sale! It will cost you. Estimated Street Price: $499.99 And it’s worth it, from our first look.     With a total length of just 1.4 inches, the M.ZUIKO DIGITAL 17mm f1.8 is light as a feather and incredibly compact.  The autofocus performance of the 17mm F1.8 lens, used […]

By Jim Quinn With some photo subjects, extending the frame to the left or right, or even up or down, can work far better than the usual 3×2 format that photographers have been dealing with since the earliest Leicas. And with the Sweep Panorama feature in Sony cameras, and similar features offered by some competitors, […]

Surf photographers are an interesting lot.  Heroes of the surf all, the best bravely move with fierce determination directly towards a force of nature that engulfs, mangles, and tries its best to break their bodies into many tiny broken pieces.  How do they manage to survive, let alone capture beauty in the blink of a […]

Since moving imaging has become so easy and inexpensive to produce and post, many photographers wonder if there is any room for still photography to exist and thrive as an art form.  Indeed, one of the purposes of this forum is to share ideas for creating art, and so we point you to the following […]

Our friend Professional Photographer Don Farrall has been experimenting with many new and different types of imaging.  Probably best known for his extensive collection of unusual stock photography, Don has begun exploring new areas ranging from creating VideoGraphs (still images that move) to moving paint using sound waves to create paint sculptures!  You can see […]

Only my second day with the XPro-1 and already it’s beginning to feel like an old friend.  The controls are simple, intuitive, and for the most part as well laid out as is possible while still keeping the body small.  Fuji engineers obviously spent some time using this camera themselves. It feels like it.  Real […]