2016 has been a good year for mirrorless photography. If you’re in the market for a new camera, I’ve got your back.
The Fuji X-T2 is an absolute powerhouse of a camera, and realizes all of the X-Series system’s potential.
The first entry from Yi Technology in the Micro Four Thirds arena packs some serious tech in a very affordable body, with some clever tricks up its sleeve.
Sony invited me to an event to test the newly announced a99 Mark II camera. It’s very, very good.
Camera bodies come and go, but lenses are long-term investments. Choose wisely.
The new Leica M-D has an ISO dial instead of an LCD display. It’s supposed to harken back to the old film cameras that launched Leica into superstardom, but instead it is a perfect example of bad design.
This adapter enables Sony users to shoot with Canon EF glass while retaining AF and image stabilization on those lenses that support it. Unfortunately, performance is spotty at best.
First impressions on the 2.0 firmware update for the Sony a7 II camera: compressed vs uncompressed RAW
The benefits of uncompressed RAW files appear to have been greatly exaggerated.
The Zeiss Loxia seems to be an excellent lens, just not a lens anyone should buy.
My first shoot with the Sony A7 Mark II and the Sony Zeiss FE 24-70mm f/4 lens.
iOS is very particular when it comes to color management, which is why some of your pictures look weird when viewed on mobile devices. Here’s what you need to do to avoid that.
Taking professional-looking product pictures doesn’t always require a studio.
Working with models can be intimidating, but with the right preparation it’s something you can control.
Saying that a better camera or a better lens inspires you to go out more and take better pictures is not revolutionary, it’s just lazy.
Instagram is a great photo-sharing service and social network, but it’s not optimized to share pictures from dedicated cameras and it just doesn’t play nice with other services.
Olympus cameras work better with Olympus lenses and Panasonic cameras work better with Panasonic lenses. Or do they?
There’s a lot of misplaced ownership pride in the geek community, but sometimes there are legitimate reasons to buy high-end gear.
I finally own a 35mm (FF equivalent) lens for my E-M10, and what better way to get to know it than by shooting with it in the streets of Madrid during the first few warm days of the year.
The Canon AE-1 Program is manual photography at its finest, and may very well be the perfect camera to get started with shooting film.
In this new article series on Analog Senses I explore the journey of learning to shoot film, the many ways in which I prefer it to digital photography, and the different approach and mindset it requires.
Fixed-lens compact digital cameras are now better than ever but, for some uses, interchangeable lenses are still the best way to go.
Yahoo may be legally entitled to sell your CC-licensed Flickr pictures, but that doesn’t mean it’s the right thing to do.
In photography, as in many things, newer products are not always better.
The newest Leica-branded lens from Panasonic looks like a winner, but there’s more to it than that
Always having your camera kit with you can make a huge difference. Here’s how you can build a versatile kit that’s still small and light enough to carry anywhere.