Sony a7R IV Pushed To The Limits

A week ago I returned from Antarctica and from a very successful workshop and adventure. We had wonderful guests as well as some incredible photo opportunities. One of these opportunities stood out as a high point and would also challenge most cameras...

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Moosaeste (Leica SL, Zeiss Sonnar 2,8/85mm)

Empty Lake

Living in a remote area in southern Germany I like to wander around, first of all by car and the last quarter mile by foot. By scanning the landscape for potential photographs I find myself looking for constellations of simplicity and clarity,...

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Is The Foveon Sensor Still Relevant?

There is a group of photographers who remain dedicated to using cameras with a Foveon sensor.  In this time of evolving full-frame cameras with new features that increase the automation of “capturing an image” perhaps it is useful to very briefly review...

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Antarctica Here We Come

PhotoPXL and Rockhopper Workshops are headed to Antarctica. I have been traveling to Antarctica since 2004. Five years ago, my wife and I got married by the ship’s captain on a beach in Neko Harbor. See below for a few photos of...

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Noise, ISO and Dynamic Range Explained

This article examines the noise characteristics of a modern digital camera. The primary spec used to specify the noise performance of a camera is Dynamic range (DR). Most expositions on DR tend to get highly technical very quickly. OK, this article gets technical here...

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Get It Used – Used Photo Pro

Over the last few years, we have seen dozens and dozens of new digital cameras introduced. All of this is great, and it’s probably never been a better time to be a photographer. But, with these new introductions, there is a problem,...

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