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Sony launches huge autumn savings on cameras and lenses
Sony has just launched some great early holiday savings on camera and lenses, including some great kit options. At the...
A low-light machine: The Sony a7S III
I was provided a short-term rental of the Sony Alpha a7S III for review of its video quality. As a...
Tamron announces upcoming 70-300mm for Sony
UPDATE, September 25, 2020: Tamron has announced pricing and availability of the 70-300mm lens for Sony E-mount. The lens is...
Battle of the 35mm: Sigma, Sony and Tamron
One of the most popular prime lens focal lengths is 35mm. It gives a great view for everything from landscapes...
Sony introduces a7C, the world’s smallest and lightest full-frame camera
Tonight, Sony announced the a7C camera, as well as a new 28-60mm f/4-5.6 zoom lens and HVL-F28RM flash. The much-rumored...
Does pixel shift match medium-format images?
Over the past couple years, some mirrorless cameras have dded pixel shifting to their cameras, to help create "super" high-resolution...
Sony announces new A-mount lens adapter
Earlier today, Sony announced a new full-frame A-mount lens adapter that lets photographers pair their A-mount lenses with their E-mount...
How I got the shot: Raspberries
I often get asked to break down, HOW I got the shot, so I thought I would share a fairly...
Sigma 24-70mm Art lens for Sony offers a unique view in a traditional footprint
Ever since I started photography professionally, the 24-70mm f/2.8 range has been a staple in my bag. It's a lens...
Wide-angle beauty: The Sigma 14-24mm f/2.8 Art lens for Sony
As I've photographed more and more landscape scenes in recent years, having a good wide-angle lens has become important. So...
Registration opens for Sony Kando Everywhere
This morning, Sony announced its plans to take its annual Kando Trip event online, with Kando Everywhere, a two-day event...
Should you get a battery grip?
For years, I've photographed with a battery grip on my cameras. It no longer feels "normal" to hold my camera...

A low-light machine: The Sony a7S III

I was provided a short-term rental of the Sony Alpha a7S III for review of its video quality. As a user of Sony video cameras with E-mount lenses, such as the FS7, I was excited to see if this more

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Tamron announces upcoming 70-300mm for Sony

UPDATE, September 25, 2020: Tamron has announced pricing and availability of the 70-300mm lens for Sony E-mount. The lens is set to be released October 29, 2020 for $549. Preorders are now available. Tonight, Tamron announced the development of a

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Battle of the 35mm: Sigma, Sony and Tamron

One of the most popular prime lens focal lengths is 35mm. It gives a great view for everything from landscapes to environmental portraits. But with so many options on the market, how do they compare? In the video above from The

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Does pixel shift match medium-format images?

Over the past couple years, some mirrorless cameras have dded pixel shifting to their cameras, to help create “super” high-resolution images. While this can increase resolution quite large (240 megapixels on the Sony a7R IV), how does it stand up

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Sony announces new A-mount lens adapter

Earlier today, Sony announced a new full-frame A-mount lens adapter that lets photographers pair their A-mount lenses with their E-mount camera bodies. The new LA-EA5 will give photographers the ability to use autofocus and high-speed shooting capabilities found within Sony’s

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How I got the shot: Raspberries

I often get asked to break down, HOW I got the shot, so I thought I would share a fairly common type of still life image I captured and break it down. This time, I’m talking raspberries. Behind the scenes

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Registration opens for Sony Kando Everywhere

This morning, Sony announced its plans to take its annual Kando Trip event online, with Kando Everywhere, a two-day event taking place this weekend, August 15-16, 2020. Content creators can attend more than 45 exclusive classes and workshops taught by

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Should you get a battery grip?

For years, I’ve photographed with a battery grip on my cameras. It no longer feels “normal” to hold my camera without one! But why do I insist on having a battery grip, and what benefits does it bring? What does

Read More

Battle of the 35mm: Sigma, Sony and Tamron

One of the most popular prime lens focal lengths is 35mm. It gives a great view for everything from landscapes to environmental portraits. But with so many options on the market, how do they compare? In the video above from The

Read More

Does pixel shift match medium-format images?

Over the past couple years, some mirrorless cameras have dded pixel shifting to their cameras, to help create “super” high-resolution images. While this can increase resolution quite large (240 megapixels on the Sony a7R IV), how does it stand up

Read More

Sony announces new A-mount lens adapter

Earlier today, Sony announced a new full-frame A-mount lens adapter that lets photographers pair their A-mount lenses with their E-mount camera bodies. The new LA-EA5 will give photographers the ability to use autofocus and high-speed shooting capabilities found within Sony’s

Read More

How I got the shot: Raspberries

I often get asked to break down, HOW I got the shot, so I thought I would share a fairly common type of still life image I captured and break it down. This time, I’m talking raspberries. Behind the scenes

Read More

Registration opens for Sony Kando Everywhere

This morning, Sony announced its plans to take its annual Kando Trip event online, with Kando Everywhere, a two-day event taking place this weekend, August 15-16, 2020. Content creators can attend more than 45 exclusive classes and workshops taught by

Read More

Should you get a battery grip?

For years, I’ve photographed with a battery grip on my cameras. It no longer feels “normal” to hold my camera without one! But why do I insist on having a battery grip, and what benefits does it bring? What does

Read More

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