OK. This is my first and as far as I am concerned, only rant. The genesis for this rant began in 1888 with the introduction by George Eastman of a disruptive technology—black and white roll film. Not only did he provide roll film holders for practically every plate camera in existence at the time; he […]
Join Melissa Niu of Photofocus, Chase Reynolds from LensRentals.com and commercial photographer Glyn Dewis as they talk about Glyn’s search for the perfect camera system. Glyn made the switch from Nikon to Canon in search of a camera that’s fit for purpose.
Join Melissa Niu of Photofocus, Chase Reynolds from LensRentals.com and commercial photographer Glyn Dewis as they talk about using different cameras for different reasons. Glyn also talks about how important his cell phone is to his photography.
Need advice on camera settings when shooting? Sometimes the answer is switching the dial to auto mode.
Canon just made headlines again this week with the release of the world’s highest resolution 35mm DSLR, the Canon EOS 5DS and the 5DS R. Designed for commercial, studio, portrait, landscape, and architectural photography, this camera is also being positioned as an alternative to medium-format. At roughly $20,000 less than traditional medium-format cameras like PhaseOne […]
You might have heard that Canon just announced two new cameras. The Canon EOS 5DS and the EOS 5DS R, which will feature a 50.6 MP sensor. Really? 50 MP? Do you really need a 50 megapixel camera? What is a Megapixel? Megapixel means that a camera can capture 1 million pixels per image. That means a […]
I was lucky to get my hands on one of the first production copies of the new, updated Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM Lens zoom lens. While most of my life I’ve preferred primes to zooms, the zooms keep getting better and better and when photographing fast moving objects, zooms give the photographer the […]