Since Fujifilm entered the medium format digital camera market 4 years ago, they have made it clear that developing and innovating on their GFX line is a priority. The G-mount lens lineup is comprised of about a dozen lenses so far, and this past January, Fujifilm announced the GFX 100S,...
There are many tools in a photographer’s “emotional toolbox” – the things you can do in photography to shift a photo’s emotional message in your preferred direction. The one I’ll be talking about today is texture.
In this article, let’s compare two of Nikon’s high-resolution cameras: the Nikon Z7 II and Nikon D850. Although the two cameras look very different on the surface – the Z7 II being a lightweight mirrorless camera, the D850 being a tank-like DSLR – they’re both intended for similar audiences.
Two of the top mirrorless cameras on the market today are the Canon EOS R5 and the Nikon Z7 II. In this article, we’ll compare these two high-resolution, feature-packed cameras to help you figure out which one is right for you.
Some time ago, I heard about using consoles to control Lightroom. You may have heard about it too, because some of them were reviewed in the past on PhotographyLife. This is something that I thought could be fun, but products from Loupedeck or Tangent cost more than $200.
Nikon has been making full-frame digital cameras for almost 15 years, and their overall lineup today can seem overwhelming. In this article, I’ll compare Nikon’s entire full-frame (FX) camera lineup and explain which of these cameras might be a good choice for your photography.
Nikon is going all-in on mirrorless. Since 2019, they’ve released 13 mirrorless lenses and four Z-series cameras, while releasing just two DSLRs and one F-mount lens in the same time. And, of all the Nikon mirrorless cameras so far, the Nikon Z7 II stands at the top of the pack.
Today, we’ve updated our Nikon Z7 versus Nikon Z7 II article with high ISO tests and a dynamic range comparison, as well as our thoughts after real-world use of both of these cameras.
It’s a question I hear all the time: “Why in the world do you photograph snakes?” The answer is very simple: I love photography, I love snakes, and I believe snakes deserve more positive attention than they currently receive.
The term “bit” is common in any form of digital media. With respect to digital imaging, bit depth goes by many names like pixel depth or color depth. In digital photography, the debate of 8-bit vs 16-bit files has been going on as much as Nikon vs Canon.