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The Fujifilm GFX 50sii is a medium format digital camera that features a 51.4mp sensor, an in- body image stabilization system, and a magnesium alloy body that makes it both weather resistant and one of the world’s lightest medium format cameras. The size of the sensor combined with Fujifilm’s l
Esther is a visual storyteller living in Seattle, originally from Los Angeles. She recently visited Korea and used the Canon EOS R5 C to capture some photos & videos during her trip. It has been quite the journey of connecting with her Korean heritage, most of which has happened throughout her t
The Leica Q2 is a full-frame mirrorless camera made by Leica that sports a built in Summilux 28mm f/1.7 lens. It’s one of the most intriguing options in the compact fixed lens camera market as it’s one of the few to have a full frame sensor and boasts one of the most impressive lenses available
In this article I’ll be going through the most popular focal lengths people use in street photography and offer my thoughts and experiences using them for street photography as well as what kind of subject matter and shooting style each one entails. Hopefully for those just starting out you’ll h
Faizal Westcott is an Indonesian American photographer based in the United States. While the core of his work consists of creating autonomous personal work from the street, his ongoing longterm project is a photography focused YouTube channel. There he creates engaging, educational content about pho
I have been shooting fashion photography for 8+ years. My specialty these days have been fine jewelry. Fine jewelry often requires tighter crops to capture the detail of the piece I am shooting. This often requires a macro lens when trying to get sharper closeups.
One thing about my workflow, I always strive to keep it minimal because sometimes, less is more. Whether you are growing your business, or a new photographer looking to build your book, you don’t need to have the latest and greatest but more importantly just learn to perfect what you have.
Gail Job is a NYC-based fashion photographer who specializes in editorial and fine jewelry with a love for 35mm film and polaroids. Her work is inspired by natural light and the colors & textures of places she visits. Her work has been published in British Vogue, Forbes, L’Officiel Arabia, Thr
What is the best lens for wedding photography? Here are the tried and true focal lengths you should consider.