8. Mai 2021
von Daniel Palmer
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Photographic Homage to Melbourne’s Vanishing Small Businesses is a Form of Time Travel

A Photographic Homage to Melbourne’s Vanishing Small Businesses is a Form of Time Travel

David Wadelton understands that photography is a form of time travel. Small Business, his new book of photographs, transports us to Melbourne’s vanishing architecture of interior workplaces created by largely working-class, post-wa… Read the rest “A Photographic Homage to Melbourne’s Vanishing Small Businesses is a Form of Time Travel”

8. Mai 2021
von Illya Ovchar
Kommentare deaktiviert für 5D Mark II vs 5D Mark IV: Comparing Two Legendary Canon DSLRs

5D Mark II vs 5D Mark IV: Comparing Two Legendary Canon DSLRs

I recently wrote a review of the Canon 5D Mark IV. In it, I mentioned that before buying it, I used the 5D Mark II. The Mark II has been nothing but good to me.

I love the camera and can’t recommend it enough to anyone who is starting out. Perhaps I wo… Read the rest “5D Mark II vs 5D Mark IV: Comparing Two Legendary Canon DSLRs”

7. Mai 2021
von David Crewe
Kommentare deaktiviert für Laowa Argus 33mm f/0.95 CF APO Review: So. Much. Bokeh.

Laowa Argus 33mm f/0.95 CF APO Review: So. Much. Bokeh.

Venus Optics’ Laowa lenses have been growing in both notoriety and popularity over the last few years thanks to their nearly constant stream of new and interesting optics for a wide variety of mounts. The company’s latest is b… Read the rest “Laowa Argus 33mm f/0.95 CF APO Review: So. Much. Bokeh.”

6. Mai 2021
von Ryan Mense
Kommentare deaktiviert für Sigma fp L Camera Review: Does Size Really Matter?

Sigma fp L Camera Review: Does Size Really Matter?

Making cameras is a tough gig. Every release demands to stand out from the crowd in some way. For the Sigma fp L, it’s turning heads by the remarkably compact size and resolution-dense full-frame sensor. Is it enough?

The Sigma fp L is barely w… Read the rest “Sigma fp L Camera Review: Does Size Really Matter?”

4. Mai 2021
von David Crewe
Kommentare deaktiviert für Hasselblad 907X Review: Beautiful Photos, Frustrating Experience

Hasselblad 907X Review: Beautiful Photos, Frustrating Experience

Despite lots of gorgeous resolution and a beautiful solid metal design, the $6,400 Hasselblad 907X 50c is not without its problems. It lacks a traditional viewfinder and has noticeably slow autofocus.

It’s a system that took a fair … Read the rest “Hasselblad 907X Review: Beautiful Photos, Frustrating Experience”

3. Mai 2021
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Xencelabs Pen Tablet Review: Already Better than Wacom

Xencelabs Pen Tablet Review: Already Better than Wacom

What do you get when you take a bunch of former Wacom employees, start a new company, and give them carte blanche to develop a brand new pen tablet? What you get is Xencelabs, a new player in graphics that is bringing some much-needed innovatio… Read the rest “Xencelabs Pen Tablet Review: Already Better than Wacom”

3. Mai 2021
von Usman Dawood
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Canon EOS R5 Produces Better Color than Medium Format Cameras

The Canon EOS R5 Produces Better Color than Medium Format Cameras

I was recently comparing the Canon EOS R5 (with the Canon RF 85mm f/1.2) to the Hasselblad X1D II (with the Hasselblad 80mm f/1.9). Initially we were aiming to focus primarily on the lenses, but during the comparison, we noticed that Canon wa… Read the rest “The Canon EOS R5 Produces Better Color than Medium Format Cameras”

1. Mai 2021
von Joseph D'Agostino
Kommentare deaktiviert für My Time with the Fujifilm X-E4

My Time with the Fujifilm X-E4

I’m not the first on the block to write about the Fujifilm X-E4, but I finally got around to doing it and I’m glad that I did.

Full disclosure: Fujifilm North America sent me the Fujifilm X-E4 free of charge along with the new 27mm f/2.8 IIRead the rest “My Time with the Fujifilm X-E4”

28. April 2021
von Andy Boxall
Kommentare deaktiviert für Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Review: Really Big Phone, Really Big Camera

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Review: Really Big Phone, Really Big Camera

You don’t have to be a mobile industry genius to understand which phone Xiaomi is targeting with the Mi 11 Ultra, as it’s right there in the name: Xiaomi’s squarely aiming at the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra with this highly capable camera, the to… Read the rest “Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Review: Really Big Phone, Really Big Camera”

28. April 2021
von David Crewe
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nikon Z7 II Review: Not Just An Upgrade, But A Remarkable Camera

Nikon Z7 II Review: Not Just An Upgrade, But A Remarkable Camera

The original Nikon Z6 and Z7 were personal favorites of mine, but there were a few things “missing” from that mirrorless system that I was hoping would be addressed in the next generation. Thankfully I was not disappointed wit… Read the rest “Nikon Z7 II Review: Not Just An Upgrade, But A Remarkable Camera”

24. April 2021
von Albert Siegel
Kommentare deaktiviert für A High ISO Shootout: Pentax K-3 III vs. Sony a7 III

A High ISO Shootout: Pentax K-3 III vs. Sony a7 III

You don’t see many new SLRs announced these days when it seems that most camera enthusiasts talk about mirrorless as the future of photography, but to the surprise of those online voices that proclaim the optical viewfinder dead, Ricoh ImaRead the rest “A High ISO Shootout: Pentax K-3 III vs. Sony a7 III”

22. April 2021
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für MSI PS321QR Review: A Gaming Monitor for Photographers

MSI PS321QR Review: A Gaming Monitor for Photographers

As display technology has improved in leaps and bounds over the past few years, the market has forked into two distinct camps: gamers who prioritize speed, and creators who prioritize color. The 32-inch 2K MSI Creator PS321QR tries to stri… Read the rest “MSI PS321QR Review: A Gaming Monitor for Photographers”

21. April 2021
von Albert Dros
Kommentare deaktiviert für In the Field with the Sony 14mm f/1.8 GM Lens

In the Field with the Sony 14mm f/1.8 GM Lens

After the release of the Sony 12-24mm f/2.8 G Master lens, I thought that that was it: Sony finally released my dream lens. But on a call with Sony a few weeks ago I was told that “something was coming, and it had my name on it.”

That c… Read the rest “In the Field with the Sony 14mm f/1.8 GM Lens”

20. April 2021
von Illya Ovchar
Kommentare deaktiviert für The DSLR I Am Not Retiring: A Long-Term Review of Canon 5D Mark IV

The DSLR I Am Not Retiring: A Long-Term Review of Canon 5D Mark IV

Released in 2016, the Canon 5D Mark IV got a range of reviews, with most being quite negative. 5 years down the road, how does this camera hold up in professional jobs, and will I be upgrading from it?

Last year, just before things got slightly o… Read the rest “The DSLR I Am Not Retiring: A Long-Term Review of Canon 5D Mark IV”

20. April 2021
von Ryan Mense
Kommentare deaktiviert für Sony 14mm f/1.8 G-Master Review: An Impossibly Good Lens

Sony 14mm f/1.8 G-Master Review: An Impossibly Good Lens

Super-wide-angle lenses made for full-frame cameras are usually some combination of big, heavy, slow, or riddled with image quality problems. Usually.

The new Sony 14mm f/1.8 G Master lens is trying to go where almost no lens has gone befo… Read the rest “Sony 14mm f/1.8 G-Master Review: An Impossibly Good Lens”

14. April 2021
von David Crewe
Kommentare deaktiviert für DxO PureRaw Review: Bring Old, Noisy Photos Back to Life

DxO PureRaw Review: Bring Old, Noisy Photos Back to Life

Today, DxO launched PureRaw, an application that uses “exclusive technology” to enhance and improve RAW images by removing digital noise and lens flaws, leaving you with a cleaner and more accurate image.

The intent of the p… Read the rest “DxO PureRaw Review: Bring Old, Noisy Photos Back to Life”

10. April 2021
von Sebastiaan de With
Kommentare deaktiviert für A Long-Term Review of the iPhone 12 Camera

A Long-Term Review of the iPhone 12 Camera

I use my phone like most people. I scroll through my social media feeds, order from overpriced delivery apps, and even make the occasional phone call. But in 2021, there’s one feature alone that decides how much I’ll spend on a phone: the came… Read the rest “A Long-Term Review of the iPhone 12 Camera”

2. April 2021
von David Crewe
Kommentare deaktiviert für Sigma I-Series Lenses vs Sony G Compact Primes: No Losers Here

Sigma I-Series Lenses vs Sony G Compact Primes: No Losers Here

After my testing of the new Sony compact primes, I was able to spend some time with the competing set of primes from Sigma that were arguably the reason Sony created its lenses in the first place. Both sets are fun, compact, and extremely porta… Read the rest “Sigma I-Series Lenses vs Sony G Compact Primes: No Losers Here”

1. April 2021
von Stephen Obermeier
Kommentare deaktiviert für Review: The Pentax K-3 III Proves That DSLR Tech is Far from Finished

Review: The Pentax K-3 III Proves That DSLR Tech is Far from Finished

Pentax recently provided me with the new Pentax K-3 III and an 11-18mm lens. It is a pre-production model and the firmware is not final yet. This means that quite a few things don’t work yet or don’t work as they should.

For this te… Read the rest “Review: The Pentax K-3 III Proves That DSLR Tech is Far from Finished”

31. März 2021
von Ted Kritsonis
Kommentare deaktiviert für Vivo X60 Pro+ Review: Zeiss Onboard and Loaded for Bear

Vivo X60 Pro+ Review: Zeiss Onboard and Loaded for Bear

Vivo is positioning its X60 series as “professional photography flagship smartphones,” making clear that it wants to be regarded as the best mobile shooter available. With its partnership with Zeiss, it might have the tools to actually m… Read the rest “Vivo X60 Pro+ Review: Zeiss Onboard and Loaded for Bear”