I was in Phoenix recently covering the Southern Baptist Convention’s Annual Meeting and their Crossover event. This year the SBC partnered with Greg Laurie’s Harvest America crusade in Phoenix. I shot a training meeting at North Phoenix Baptist Church using my Sony A9 and Zeiss Batis 25/f2 and Sony a6500 with the Sony 70-200/2.8 GM.
Yesterday, I met with a senior photojournalism student who enjoys doing multimedia documentary work. As we discussed her upcoming honors senior thesis, she asked me about my thoughts on cameras as she is wanting to take advantage of student pricing before she graduates next spring. A little over a year ago, my answer would have […]
For the last nine months, I’ve been shooting with Sony Alpha cameras. I have two a6000‘s and two A7‘s along with a bevy of E-mount lenses from Sony, Zeiss and Sigma. However, my primary camera during this time has been the a6000. It is so small and feels like a rangefinder in my hands. I started in […]
The more time I spend with the Fuji X-Pro1, the more I’m enjoying it. I’m also finding that there is a learning curve that was not unlike when I first purchased my used Leica M4-P. It took me weeks of shooting for it to feel comfortable in my hands. This camera takes us back to […]
I’ve been watching the video’s coming out of CES 12 on the new FujiFilm X-Pro1 from various sources. There have been some interesting pieces done and as I posted the other day, I’m looking forward to getting my hands on this camera. Searching videos, I also found a piece from the UK that reveals how […]
Fujifilm officially announced yesterday the new X-Pro1 camera with interchangeable lens at CES. This camera seems aimed at the professional shooters who are looking for the functionality of a rangefinder without having to pay the premium price of a Leica. Fuji has traditionally seemed to have a niche Pro market, working with their folder cameras […]