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.
'Anyway, there will be more posts about using this adapter, but for the moment, I'm glad I bought it. But I will repeat yet again, if you are considering it, do be prepared to make some compromises. It's a long way from the 'real deal'.'Read More
'As usual these days Dpreview reviews are a dogs dinner. Lots of contradictions and errors.. e.g. 'The Q is both low profile (with some gaffer tape over that red dot) and responsive. It's a great combination for street shooting. If 28mm feels too wide, at least you have 24MP to crop with.' ???'Read More
'After last years appearance it was nice to see Leica back again with a large stand. Complete with red telephone and post boxes to push home the red dot branding. I went to have a hands on with the Leica SL (Typ 601) and somewhat worryingly for my bank balance I really liked the feel of it. 'Read More
'One of the more intriguing announcements of recent times is a new company, irix, and their (so far) only product a 15mm f/2.4 manual focus full frame lens in Canon, Nikon and Pentax mounts. 'Read More
'The Canon 5Ds (with and without 'anti AA filter filter) and the Sony A7r II are currently the highest resolution non-MF cameras available to photographers. Since I own and use both, I thought I would relate my experiences of using both, in terms of how they work for shooting stock. 'Read More
'Ancient monuments, castles and places of history are always popular places to visits, places to write about in magazines and on websites and are a pretty obvious choice as locations for stock photography. And those of us who do that for a living make sure that we make of the best of such locations close to where we live.'Read More
'Using Canon IS lenses and cameras with IBIS, such as a Panasonic GX8 and my newly acquired Sony A7r II has merely confirmed what I have believed for years. That lens IS is better than in-camera IBIS systems for me. The reason is simple. Lens IS is tuned for the specific lens, IBIS isn't. 'Read More