UPDATE: I also made a YouTube video about this subject. Watch it here - http://bit.ly/3CamerasDTLV Last week I ventured out on another photo shoot of Downtown Las Vegas. The downtown area is one of my favorite places for cityscape and street photography style photos. Besides testing a couple new film cameras I went out looking... Continue Reading →
Canon FD 100mm f4 Macro A quick update about my latest vintage lens acquisition. I just got a Canon FD 100mm f4 Macro lens. Believe it or not this is my first dedicated macro lens. I will definitely use this on my Canon FD film cameras but I am most excited to use this on... Continue Reading →
Many film cameras in the EOS lineup are underrated today. Since they’re not Leicas, Nikon F3s or even a Canon F1 they don’t get as much buzz online anymore. I’ve spent the last few years trying as many film cameras from Nikon and Canon as I can get my hands on. That includes old school... Continue Reading →
Canon EOS-1n with a Canon 35mm f/2 IS USM lens attached. If you currently shoot with a Canon DSLR and want to try your hand at 35mm film photography then look no further than the Canon EOS-1n for your camera of choice. Preceded by the original EOS-1, the EOS-1n became the new professional SLR film... Continue Reading →
A favorite summer activity for my son and I is swimming. Often times we take our GoPro with us to capture some cool video as well as use it for an object to hide and find in the water. Since I have been playing around with an editing app for the iPad Pro called LumaFusion... Continue Reading →
Long story short, I purchased a Fujifilm X-T100. I intended to purchase a Fujifilm camera eventually but wasn’t quite sure when I would pull the trigger. After seeing some great reviews of the X-T100 I decided it might be a perfect entry point for me into the Fujifilm system and into the world of mirrorless.... Continue Reading →
Just a quick update about some new gear. I ordered a new Canon 35mm f2.0 IS. I've never owned a 35mm prime but have always wanted one. I am excited to use it to shoot some cool cityscape shots.
I love new gear just as much as the next person. If I could afford it I would buy a new camera or lens every month and never stop. Not only is that not fiscally realistic it is not conducive to being creatively productive. Getting caught up in gear lust or spec envy of newer... Continue Reading →