Brad Nichol

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What's With All the Poor Negative Film Reviews?

<b>Railway Bowling Club in Goulburn, Fuji 400 X Tra</b><p>I don't usually go the negative Nellie with anything photo related, sometimes it's best to keep your …

Low Light and High Contrast, M4/3 and iPhone X Compared.

Just a couple of days ago I posted an article on my iphoneraw.com blog which compared the iPhone X DNG output with an M4/3 camera and Pro lens. The …

iPhone X Takes on M43

We all assume that a mirrorless or DSLR camera is going to pulverise an iPhone concerning image quality, but, there are degrees of pulverisation. …

40 Astounding Examples of Abstract Photography

The creativity in abstract photography can be very interesting when done right. Using various techniques, a good photographer can take an otherwise …

Haunting and supernatural photographs by Gillian Hyland full of drama

We've been captivated by Gillian Hyland's cinematic photography for some time now. Having featured her work previously, we're all too familiar with …

Poetry

54 Extraordinary Kodachrome Slides That Reveal Everyday Life of the U.S in the 1940s

Charles Weever Cushman (1896-1972) is an amateur photographer and Indiana University alumnus, bequeathed approximately 14,500 Kodachrome color slides …

The Perfect M4/3 Holiday Companion, Panasonic 35 - 100 f4-5.6

<b>45mm f5, my wife Wendy and the love of my life on holiday in Rome</b><p><i>Preamble:</i> <i><br>Just so we are nice and clear, when I test lenses I only use carefully</i> …

Shooting Seriously With the iPhone in DNG?

Here’s a quick question for you. Considering we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to amazing cameras and uber lenses that are able to render the …

iPhoneRAW

<b>Seems like everyone these days agrees the iPhone is a great camera, true enough, but it can be so much better.</b><p>Lots of people simply want to use their …

Mobile Photography

The Future Of Photography Is About Computation

Throwing processing power at raw images lets smartphones and cameras do some amazing things–and the best is yet to come.<p>Since the birth of photography almost 180 years ago, the relationship between a photographer and a camera has remained mostly unchanged. You open a shutter and capture an image. …

Mobile Photography

DNG on the iPad Pro?

Can the iPad shoot DNG? One of my students asked me very a sensible question in an iPhoneography class a couple of weeks back, one I’d not really …

How Good Can iPhone DNG Be?

<b>It’s been twelve months since DNG was announced for the iPhone and around 11 months since it officially became available, still, the great majority</b> …

Review -Viltrox Focal Length Reducer

The fact that I'm writing this review is the result of someones slip up, a happy accident and unexpected windfall for a mate. <br>Here's the backstory, a …

The Very First Color Photographs of the United States

You're looking at some of the very first color photographs of North America! A fascinating new photography book called <i>An American Odyssey</i> opens the archive of the Detroit Photographic Company to reveal America in brilliant color from the late 1880s to the early 1920s. Several thousand …

Grand Canyon

A Brief History of Color Photography, From Dream to Reality

When photographing the world around us, the property of color is likely something most people tend to take for granted. We expect our cameras to …

Museums

Defeat Chromatic Aberration

<i>This photo of Mono Lake, California, shows a fair amount of chromatic aberration.</i><p><i>The Lens Corrections palette in Adobe Lightroom 5. Figure 1: You can</i> …

An In-Depth Look at The Work of Photographer Gregory Crewdson

Portrait photographer Gregory Crewdson, known for his elaborate and though-provoking photographs, was featured by Reserve Channel a while back. The …

This is Your (Well Our) Camera at Burning Man

In the repair department, there are things we hate. Salt water for cameras and lenses, salt water and sand for tripods and lenses. Sand in legs of …

Cameras

Kodak 1922 Kodachrome Film Test

Iridient Developer vs Lightroom - A Detailed Comparison

If you’re a Fuji shooter you may have heard of this RAW converter called Iridient Developer. If you haven’t, it’s definitely something worth checking …

Video: A Simple Visual Explanation of Shutter Speed, Aperture, and ISO

If you need a simple, straight-forward explanation of how the digital camera captures photos, look no further. This creative little animation by …

Stunning Urban Instagrams by Erik Trent

• shares<br>• Share on Facebook<br>• Tumblr<br>• VKontakte<br>• Reddit<br>• Flipboard<p><b>Erik Trent</b> is a talented self-taught photographer and creative director based out of Dallas, who …

Technically Speaking: Understanding Depth of Field

Depending on your photographic interests, depth of field—the range of distances over which your lens will be sharp—can affect you in either …

Shooting From a Moving Window

<b>The Challenge, Stuck on a Moving Vehicle</b><p>Three years ago, my lovely wife and I sojourned to Viet Nam on tour with 25 other people.<p>Now please note I …

Brilliant Bargain Basement Lens for Mirrorless Cameras

I’ve had my little NEX 5n marvel now for 5 years and long ago came to grips with its charms and deficits and reached a point where most of its …

Shutter Therapy In Kuching With Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II

I finally made it home recently with only one purpose in mind, to shoot on the streets of the beautiful city I have called home, Kuching which is …

Braddles Photo Blurb

Seeing in Circles<p>When was the last time you saw a round photo, it's probably been a while, the world is ruled by squares and rectangles. It's almost …

How to use Focus Stacking and Bracketing with Olympus Micro 4/3 Cameras By Peter Baumgarten

How to use Focus Stacking and Bracketing with Olympus Micro 4/3 Cameras By Olympus Trailblazer Peter Baumgarten Every autumn, in the forests near my …

Olympus

I critiqued Sony and now I have to praise them. It's all black and white...

I stand corrected. The engineers at Sony have given me <i>exactly</i> what I want in order to make perfect out-of-camera, black and white jpegs. I can …