When a new camera is announced, the interest that it generates usually comprises two steps. The first is to gather as much new information as you can about the product. The second involves comparing the camera to its siblings to understand what the most relevant changes are. And it won’t be any different with the new […]
Hasselblad made history thanks to its medium format cameras (12 of their film cameras are still on the surface of the moon) and nowadays the company produces several high-end medium format DSLRs. Today the Swedish company added a new system to its catalogue. Small hint: there’s no mirror!
Last month, X-Photographer Patrick La Roque asked if we would like to review his latest artistic project “These Kings. These Subterraneans” as we had also reviewed his first e-book 1 Eye, Roaming back in 2013. Photography e-books are not one of the main topics we cover here at MirrorLessons but we never discard the chance to share something a […]
A month or so ago, I was hiking through Nant Gwernol forest with the Panasonic LX100, taking pictures of the trees, shrubs and running water from every imaginable angle. At one point, I decided to lie down on the damp rock bed to capture the following shot: While I’m not convinced that the shot was […]
The Fujifilm X-Pro 1 was the first interchangeable lens camera in the extremely popular line-up of Fujifilm X series cameras, and has become something of an iconic symbol alongside its non-interchangeable brother, the X100. Now, nearly four years on from its release, X-Pro1 users and Fujifilm fans are on tenterhooks awaiting the arrival of its rumoured successor, […]