These are the Top Cameras and Lenses According to the 2018 EISA Awards

The prestigious EISA Awards has announced its picks for the top photography products of 2018-2019. Sony leads the pack with 5 prizes this year, Canon snagged 4, and Nikon landed 2. For nearly 40 years now, the Expert Imaging & Sound Association (EISA) has been selecting the “most innovative, cutting-edge products” in consumer electronics, and […] Continue reading These are the Top Cameras and Lenses According to the 2018 EISA Awards

The Basic Lingo Every Fashion Photographer Needs to Know

The fashion industry is confusing. Here’s a list of some common fashion photography lingo that you should know. Advertorial: An advertisement for a certain brand or product laid out in a magazine or an online magazine in the format of an editorial. Think advertisement meets editorial. Get it? Agent: A person who represents and promotes […] Continue reading The Basic Lingo Every Fashion Photographer Needs to Know

Nikon’s Fourth Full-Frame Mirrorless Teaser Shows Its Noct Lens

Nikon has released its 4th teaser video for the full-frame mirrorless camera system it’ll be announcing in less than a week. This latest one is titled “Lens” and suggests a revival of ultra-low-light ‘Noct’ lenses. The 33-second video shows several glimpses of the Noct-Nikkor 58mm f/1.2, one of the fastest lenses ever made by Nikon […] Continue reading Nikon’s Fourth Full-Frame Mirrorless Teaser Shows Its Noct Lens

Photographer Captures Shooting Star Exploding in Front of a Comet

Montreal-based photographer François Guinaudeau went out a couple of nights ago to shoot Comet 21P/Giacobini-Zinner during the Perseid meteor shower. As he was capturing photos of the comet for stacking, a shooting star flew into the frame and exploded near the comet. Above is one of the photos that resulted. “While video and VFX make […] Continue reading Photographer Captures Shooting Star Exploding in Front of a Comet

The Case Against the Photo Watermark

Inevitably a time will come around when a budding photographer decides to start “taking this seriously,” “discouraging image theft,” and (my personal favorite), “gaining exposure.” And they do this, of course, with a watermark. Now mind you, before I get to the nitty-gritty of why this is BS, I’ll cover the surface level problem with […] Continue reading The Case Against the Photo Watermark