It was the trip of a lifetime, 10 days around the beautiful country of Iceland. Despite the promise of spectacular landscapes and wildlife, I did the unthinkable and opted to leave my full frame Canon camera home. I still took pictures of course, turning out over 7000 captures.
If you’ve ever tried light painting in your astrophotography, you’ve probably discovered how ugly and unnatural artificial light can often look. One of the questions I get asked most often is how I manage to get such clean and atmospheric light painting in Milky Way images. Aside from using an awesome camera (in my case […]
All images are property of Hugh Hastings and used with permission. The time is half-past-high noon in posh south west London and have I am standing in a fenced-off part of high value real estate being pelted by sticks of celery from some of the 100,000 people gathered here. It’s the day after the end […]
The following is a guest post written by amateur enthusiast Peter Glyn who had the opportunity to attend the reinterment of King Richard III on Thursday, March 26th 2015. Though he usually uses a Lumix FZ48, a compact super zoom camera, he had the chance to take the Panasonic Lumix LX100 to this special event. Unfortunately, […]
My name is Jay Farrell, a Nashville, Tennessee-based journalistic wedding, portrait, and fine art/boudoir photographer, and it’s almost been a year since I decided to switch to mirrorless exclusively. It all began after buying my first Fujifilm X-T1 with a battery grip and the 18-55 kit lens in May 2014. After shooting my first wedding […]