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How an iPhone made Automotive Campaigns possible again


We set out to see what collaborating on an automotive campaign would look like when done virtually. In the words of the always colorful Jeremy Clarkson, “How hard could it be?” TL;DR: Not that hard!…

The Sony 135mm f/1.8 GM is a Masterful Addition to the E-Mount System


I recently was given the opportunity to, prior to public availability, test Sony’s latest portrait optic, the 135mm f/1.8 G Master lens. With this, the ninth addition to their high end lens…

The Hasselblad H6D-100C is Ideal for Studio Football Photography


First and foremost, let me make clear that I have never used the Hasselblad H6D-100c to photograph a football game. If you are a sideline photographer and shoot games, you should be in any other…

The First-Ever Nighttime Aerial on the Nikon Z7


The Nikon Z Series announcement came with much fanfare, and with good reason. It is an exciting product announced in a very exciting time in photography as technology continues to expand the horizon…

Studio Beauty Photography in 2018 with the Original Canon 5D


Inspiration is a fickle little thing. Some days you have more of it than you know what to do with, and other days you’re looking for it like your car keys that you can’t find anywhere! Fortunately…

A Tale of Two 24-70’s: Nikkor S and G


First, a little backstory to this piece… For much of my young career, I shot Canon. Be it the 1D, 1D2, 1DS, 1D3, 1DS2 and 1DS3, let’s just say I had a thing for the ergonomics of that chassis.…

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Explaining the Versatility of the Pentax 645z


I’m often asked a couple of questions when people see that I shoot medium format: what was my reason for choosing it, what does it afford a photographer that’s different from – let’s face it…

My Favorite Lens is Held Together Only by Tape, Glue & Willpower


Recently on one late morning, I was standing in my office in St. John’s Newfoundland. In 12 hours, I would be hopping on a plane and heading back to Mongolia. In my hand, I held my tried and true…

The Canon 5Ds is Perfect for Macro Beauty Photography


If there exists a photographer who never reads new camera and lens reviews in an attempt to find out what new gear they will want – that photographer would be me. I am so uninspired by tech…

Capturing Jet Flares Requires Years of Practice and a Trustworthy Camera


In my line of work, the camera is not the most important thing. There are so many other factors that come into play that can make or break a shot before my camera is even in the discussion.…

Pushing Visual Limits with a 1/2000 Shutter Sync


For months, I had racked my brain on what would be my first photoshoot with the Hasselblad H6D-100c. I wanted it to be something that showed what I already knew of the incredible depth of the sensor…

My First Experience with a Mirrorless Camera and EVF


The last few years mirrorless has become all the rage. If you look at the forums and online comment sections, you’d think that anything but mirrorless has become antiquated technology. To be honest,…

The Photographers' Tribune


We are a group of professional photographers that were fooled by one too many clickbait articles only to be let down. For us, photography is a career, a passion and the cornerstone of a community worth fighting for. Instead of throwing a review at you from some unknown author that may or may not be a working photographer, we decided to let you, the reader, choose who you trust.