A review of the Brian Smith book – Sony A7/A7R From Snapshots to Greatshots
TWiP contributor Levent Cimkentli gives a deep-dive review of the new ThinkTank “TRIFECTA 8″ Mirrorless Backpack.
Photographer Kari R. Bradley gives us her thoughts on the new Sigma 24-70mm f2.8 lens. 3rd party lens manufactures continue to be a viable alternative to the sometimes more expensive camera manufacturer lenses. This new Sigma, however, seems to be a no-brainer… Kari explains why this lens has become a new addiction.
SmugMug’s price increase is has been one of the hottest photography topics not involving hardware in quite a while. Many photographers have written off SmugMug as just another greedy vendor while others have come to the defense of this reputable company. In this article we look at the choices.
Doug Kaye and Frederick Van Johnson sit down in Google+ Hangout to discuss the brand new Fuji X-Pro – the beginning of a new kind of camera system from the minds at Fujifilm. The new system comes complete with a brand new mount as well as new glass.
David duChemin has had one hell of a year. Let’s see: Divorce, self-induced homelessness, falling off of a wall in Italy and breaking both feet (and his pelvis); and the subsequent fight to walk again. He has taken the time to chronicle his year in this amazing ebook along with some incredibly salient words about “gear lust”.
Duchemin is engaging and real in this composite of essays – and so his connection to the reader is natural. He leads us from foggy frustrated thoughts at 5 a.m. in Ethiopia about the challenges of the job to a mini-biography about how he journeyed from theology student to comedian to photographer.
If you shoot with the Nikon D3100 and are looking to learn more about using it, the Nikon D3100 Field Guide might be for you. In this article, TWiP Contributor Bill Debevc shares his review of J Dennis Thomas’s book – Nikon D3100 Field Guide published by Wiley Publishing Inc.
This is a book about becoming exponentially happier as a photographer, while growing your passion for the art. It’ a book about how not to be sucked into the pretentiousness of being an “artist” while finding new ways to connect with people who want to consume your art. It’s a book about YOUR CREATIVE MIX.
Simply called “Nikon Lenses”, this app is a guide to Nikon’s current lineup of F-Mount lenses used by both Nikon’s digital and film SLR cameras.