The Best ND Filter for Video (and the Most Affordable ND Filter for Video) – and When to Use Them
Retaining details in clouds? Shallow depth of field in daylight? Easier said than done. Light control on video shoots is the name of the game – and if you’re in the market for an ND filter for your videos, here’s what you should know first.
Canon 200mm f/2.8 L Lens Review: Not For Everybody, But Perfect for Some
This long, fast telephoto prime is sometimes tricky to use – but the price is right, and the image quality is even better. Optically, the Canon 200mm f/2.8 L is a triumph that holds up perfectly well in 2018. But you should know that a 200mm prime is not for the faint of heart.
Canon 35mm f/1.4 L Lens Review: The Definitive All Around-er
Canon's sensor technology may have lagged behind in recent years, but even their legacy glass remains top tier: the 35mm f/1.4 cleanly demonstrates why Canon is still top dog in the photography industry. This is the definitive "wedding" lens – but it's also the "travel" lens – but it's also the "landscape" lens – but it's also the "art" lens – but... get the picture?
Fujinon XF 90mm F2 Lens Review: Beyond the Portrait Lens
This telephoto lens transforms your Fuji body into a top-tier system for portraits and much, much more. In terms of price, sharpness, bokeh rendering, and overall image quality, there might be no better telephoto option – native or otherwise – than the hefty chunk of metal and glass known as the Fujinon XF 90mm F2.
Canon 6D Review: The Affordable Legacy Full Frame DSLR
Once holding the title as Canon's most affordable full frame camera, the Canon 6D is a cannon in every sense of the word – an explosion of image quality in a solidly built (if heavy and unsophisticated) package. Released in 2012 and now purchasable for under $1000, how does it stand up in 2018 – and beyond?
Fuji X100F Review: The Disappearing Camera
How did this expensive little fixed-lens point and shoot win over the hearts, minds, and wallets of so many working professionals – and is it really as good as everybody says? Find out what makes the Fuji X100F such a compelling every day carry (and why it might be the camera for you).
TCL-X100 Review: Portraits and Bokeh on the Fuji X100F
Never has a photography accessory divided the Fuji community quite so much. The TCL-X100 converts your Fuji X100-series camera lens to a 50mm equivalent, but how good is it really? Compare it to the digital tele-conversion and cropped files, and the results may surprise you.
Canon 50mm f/1.2 L USM Lens Review: Magic Glass
The Canon 50mm f/1.2 L is big-league. It's one of those magic lenses that breaks all the rules. It's an uncomfortable truth, but this lens can and will make your photos look better. Read on to learn about the unique combination of bokeh quality, chromatic aberration, and sharpness that makes this lens the crowning jewel of Canon's 50mm line up.
Rokinon 12mm f/2.0 Lens Review: Your Search for a Wide Angle Lens Ends Here
Designed specifically for mirrorless cameras, the Rokinon 12mm f/2 is a budget wide-angle lens – perfectly suited for street, landscape, night photography, and astrophotography – with comparable optics to the legendary Zeiss family.