Any lens that is capable of taking good shots in a variety of conditions will always be a hit and high in demand. All-in-one lenses offer more flexibility than any other kind, eliminating the need to lug around too much gear. The 16-300mm lens by Tamron is one of the latest additions to this category. Vendors market it as the go-to option for zooming in tight for … [Read more...] about Tamron 16-300mm Review: A Look into the Latest Edition + Buyer’s Guide
I just returned from a hiking trip at the Sea Lion Point Trail at the Lobos State Reserve. My hiking experience was fantastic. However, I can’t say the same about the nocturnal moments and scenes that I captured with my Sony A6000. The built-in flash didn't come through for me! The Sony A6000 takes decent photos in low light as it has a built-in flash. However, it’s small … [Read more...] about What’s the Best Flash for the Sony A6000 Mirrorless Camera?
Some cameras are just hard to operate and end up frustrating you no end. Blurry images aren’t fun, especially when you’re trying to capture the precious moments in life. However, cameras have evolved over time. From the massive, black and white, manual, and often blurry cameras of the 20th century, we now have sleek, lightweight, and affordable digital cameras fit for … [Read more...] about Sony HX80 vs. Sony HX90 Digital Compact Cameras | Which One Is the Best for Beginners & Professionals?
A photographer's life is not complete without a 50mm nestling in their bag. It may very well be the only lens you will ever need. While there are many models you can choose from, there is a good reason why the 50mm lens is popular with amateur and professional photographers alike. In this Canon 50mm 1.4 vs. 1.8 x3 comparison review, we take a closer look at both models to … [Read more...] about Canon 50mm 1.4 vs. 1.8 x3 Lens Review – There’s A Clear Winner
I have been using the same Nikon DSLR camera for the last 12 years. When I first bought it, I thought it had everything I would need for my photography. However, within a short time, I realized that I couldn’t shoot in low light and secondly, I couldn’t get sharper images at a shallow depth-of-field. What irked me the most is that I could take images, but the subjects … [Read more...] about Nikon 50mm 1.8 D vs. 1.8 G Lens Comparison [Review and Buyer’s Guide]