An Open Letter to the Photography Industry

As an industry, we need to do better. For our craft, for new and experienced photographers alike, for those clients who don’t get the full information. We need to stand up to those who devalue our work by misleading clients and new photographers. It’s time to stop allowing it. Let’s look at some examples of … Read more

Tamron 50-400mm F4.5-6.3 Di III Review

Versatility is the name of the game for the Tamron 50-400mm f4.5-6.3 Di III. The lens stacks on a wider view to the standard 100-400mm lens, creating an 8x zoom that picks up where most kit lenses leave off. The lens isn’t the only Tamron optic to go outside more common focal lengths, and it’s … Read more

Photojournalist Consistently Captures Unique Angles of NYC’s Skyline

Photojournalist Gary Hershorn has a distinctive flair for enchanting luminosity and utilizing unconventional vantage points. This is a persistent challenge when shooting one of New York City’s most popular subjects: its skyline. Herson’s images afford onlookers a refreshing perspective on the city’s skyline that has been photographed ad nauseam but somehow managed to make the … Read more

The Winning Photos From the reFocus Awards ‘One Shot’ Competition

The reFocus Awards has announced the winners of its newly One Shot Photo Awards, the first competition from this-formed organization. The reFocus Awards is a relatively new photo contest and platform that has been designed to offer opportunities, prizes, and points of discovery for photographers around the world. The organization says that through its Artist … Read more

Fujifilm 150-600mm F5.6-8 R LM OIS WR Review

Fujifilm has a good selection of portrait, landscape, and street lenses. But on the telephoto end the X Mount has fewer options, with Fujifilm’s topping out at a 100-400mm lens. That was before the launch of the Fujifilm 150-600mm f5.6-8 R LM OIS WR. Now, with a 229-914mm equivalent on non-full frame, the lens opens … Read more