10 Fun Spring Photography Ideas

Spring is here, and with the weather warming up and the outdoor world coming to life, there are numerous fun photography opportunities waiting for you. This great video will show you 10 ideas for springtime photography across a variety of genres.

Fujifilm GFX 100s Versus Sony Alpha 1: Image Quality Comparison

For those of you that enjoy extreme levels of pixel peeping, you're in for a treat. A recent video compares the image and video quality between the Sony Alpha 1 and the Fujifilm GFX 100s. Although both cameras sit in slightly different categories, it's interesting to see how both camera systems compare against one another.

Is Your Photography Website Doing Its Job?

If you want to make money as a photographer, one of the most important aspects of your business is your website. It is where most of your clients will first see your work and how they will contact you to hire you. Is yours doing its job properly? This great video discusses what clients look for in a website and what you can do to make yours better.

A Year With the Fujifilm X-T4 Mirrorless Camera

Now several generations in, the Fujifilm X-T series has become highly refined, powerful, and respected by a wide range of photographers and filmmakers for its ability to competently tackle a wide range of scenarios despite its compact and portable size. How does it hold up in the long-term? This great video review discusses what you can expect.

Why the Influx of Amateurs Is Not Killing the Industry

Cameras have become so dumbed down in recent years that pretty much anyone can take great shots with even an iPhone or an entry-level camera. Here’s why you do not need to worry about the explosion of mediocre photography impacting your business.

How To Capture Incredible Water Droplet Photos

Water droplets are a lot of fun to capture, but it can be tricky to time the shot and light the scene. Here is a step-by-step guide on how to get started and create your own version of this classic shot.

What Does $30,000 in Sony Gear Get You?

If you are not keeping an eye on what you're putting in your cart, camera gear can quickly become jaw-droppingly expensive. Still, at those top-tier prices, you can get some absolutely spectacular equipment, and it is awfully fun to see what it can do. This neat video shows what $30,000 spent on Sony's best camera and two best lenses gets you in terms of performance and image quality.

A Guide to Photographing the May Lunar Eclipse

In 2021, one of the astronomical targets you may want to challenge your photo skills on is the lunar eclipse occurring on May 26 (the evening of May 25-26). While lunar eclipses are generally not hard to see, since half the world can see the moon at any instant, not everyone can see the full extent of the approximately three-hour event. For this one, Pacific Ocean hemisphere residents are favored, but the west coast of the U.S. gets to see totality followed by the still partially eclipsed moon set opposite the sunrise.

How to Use Photoshop's Sky Replacement Tool and Add Your Own Skies

Photoshop recently implemented an automated sky replacement feature that drastically cuts down on the time and effort that goes into what was once a tedious task. This excellent video tutorial will show you both how to use the tool for the best results and how to add your own skies to the library.

10 Helpful Tips for Photographing Trees

Trees can be a fantastic and bountiful subject for landscape photography work, but often, they are far more intimate than the wide views you might normally work with, which can present its own set of challenges. If you are interested in photographing trees, this fantastic video tutorial will give you 10 helpful tips to create better photos.

50 Non-Photography Items You Might Want To Carry in Your Camera Bag

Everyone has a pocket or two in their camera bag filled with odds and ends that they might find useful. If you’re the type of photographer that travels a lot or is often on-location you’ve probably developed a list of non-photographic items for various scenarios, based on your own experiences. Here is a list of all the things that can be found in my camera bags.

A Review of the Sony FE 35mm f/1.4 GM Lens

A wide-aperture 35mm lens is by far one of the most popular choices for a huge range of genres and needs, offering a wide but still relatively neutral focal length combined with a lot of light-gathering and subject-isolating power. Sony's FE 35mm f/1.4 GM offers the company's best optics in such a lens, and this excellent video review takes a look at it and the kind of performance you can expect from it in practice.

Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro: A Review You Need to See!

If you are looking for your first cinema camera or thinking of upgrading your current rig there are tons of options out there but if you are looking for the best bang for your buck. Then you will want to make sure you read this Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro review.

Fstoppers Reviews Moment's Magsafe Mounts

Moment has always been the front runners with regards to developing tools and lenses for mobile phones, and with MagSafe now standard on new iPhones, they’ve knocked it out of the park with their mounts.