Review: The Carl Zeiss VR ONE is a Headset Best Left on The Shelf
The promise of truly immersive, virtual reality headsets for the masses is just around the corner with Oculus Rift launching its consumer version in 2016. In the meantime, a number of alternative solutions have been introduced including Google’s Cardboard, Samsung’s GearVR, and Carl Zeiss’ VR ONE headset. ..
Capturing Big Sur Under Moonlight: Testing the Sony A7s with 4K at ISO 40,000
Photographer Justin Majeczky wanted to test the 4K low-light capabilities of the Sony A7s for a short film he’s planning to shoot this summer, so he took the camera and an Atomos Shogun out to the Big Sur coastline of California in the dead of night to see what the camera could do under moonlight. ..
A Photographer's Review of the Peak Design Everyday Sling
First of all I just want to say this: Peak Design got the name of the Everyday Sling wrong. This bag isn’t the Everyday Sling, it’s the Everything Sling because this bag literally does everything I would ever possibly need to do when I’m going out. Second of all, you may not share my opinions ..
Battle of the Client Galleries: Comparing 11 of The Best Tools for Proofing and Presentation
Online client galleries have been there for some time now, but many photographers either neglect this powerful tool relying on ol’ school DVDs and USB drives for image delivery, or simply are not aware of the options that would suit their particular business. As a beginner, mostly part-time, photographer ..
Review: Shooting the Sony RX1R II From Manila to India
If you want to see camera tests with pictures of walls, bokeh balls, resolving power lens charts or photos of cats and dogs, please leave now, you will be disappointed, I will only be sharing a working photographers perspective of my personal feelings towards the system with real photographs out on the streets. ..