'And the GH5 certainly gives me that. It's a great camera and one I didn't expect to like quite so much.Read More
The soundimageplus blog has been going since 2007 and to date has over 12 million page views. Written by David Taylor-Hughes, a professional stock photographer, it includes photographic articles dealing with a wide range of themes including film and digital photography.
'What I need from a video enabled mirrorless camera is high quality output and a simplicity in use. I shoot stock clips for libraries, some of which you can see by clicking on the 'InstantClassix' banner above, which takes you to one of the libraries I have stills, video and audio content with. Now I'm always a bit puzzled by video 'reviews'Read More
'It doesn't happen too often, because I normally take a long while to get round to editing and uploading images, but occasionally I take a picture, caption, keyword and upload it to a stock library and achieve my first sale the same day. It was like this yesterday with the image above and the three below.'Read More
'.......this is -(Please note I chose my words VERY carefully here) The best image quality I have ever seen at low ISO's of any APS-C AND Full Frame camera as well as some Medium Format Sensor cameras.'Read More
'Going forward I can see photographers having a wide range of choice. We will still all go out with our DSLR's and Mirrorless 'marvels' but how many of us won't take our smartphone with us as well. Not many I suspect.'Read More
'Leica are obviously pulling out all the stops for their new 'pro' mirrorless camera, but seem to be aiming at Leica S customers. But many of us who work with Leicas don't have unlimited funds and can't bench press a small car. However, there are alternatives.'Read More
'I guess sticking your head in the sand like an ostrich is becoming the norm for many photographic gear enthusiasts. Reading some comments in forums about the new iPhone 7's camera tech. and seeing many of the same attitudes that characterised the 35mm v Medium Format and Film v Digital debates only serves to remind me that the majority of the photographic internet is all about gear ownership and gratification and approval that comes by making the 'right' purchasing decisions. 'Read More