Camera manufacturers try to pull you into buying a camera based on its “extended ISO” capabilities. But what does extended ISO really mean? And is it something you should really care about when buying a camera?
Photography in cold, snowy weather is a completely different beast than during those warm summer days. This short list contains the most important winter photography tips to remember when you venture out with your camera during those months.
I was getting really excited about scheduling a post about the revelation the small DJI Spark would be better for me than the Mavic Pro. Seriously, like the day of, DJI announces a new drone that turns it all upside down.
I recently took a used Fujifilm X-T1 to Yosemite National Park to see if I’d like using Fujifilm mirrorless cameras better than my Sony mirrorless cameras. As it turned out, I didn’t take my Sony out of the bag once at all. Here’s why.
I’m considering making yet another major camera switch: first it was from DSLRs to mirrorless, and now from Sony mirrorless to Fujifilm mirrorless. Should I? Here are some thoughts on converting and what’s important to me.
Photographers who spend a lot of time hiking & outdoors should always have these camera bag essential accessories – prioritize these and don’t forget them!
Phase detection & contrast detection autofocus may seem like techie terms lost in camera specs – but they’re important to know. Here are the differences.
Improve your focus accuracy even more by learning how to program back-button autofocus for your Sony Alpha line of cameras.
Sony released the a6500 right on the heels of the a6300 – what are the differences, and are they worth the price increase?
Take advantage of your camera’s custom mode dials so that you never miss an important camera setting ever again when quickly changing shooting mindsets!