The great thing with writing for Shotkit is that I get to try out camera bags from a lot of brands (and I have somewhat of a bag fetish). The downside is my camera bag closet already looks like Taylor Swift’s shoe closet, and I’m already on thin ice after
As mentioned previous, I’m doing some writing and reviews for the awesome guys at Shotkit.com so this is the 2nd article and my first review to go live. There are more articles and reviews coming up. Sigma 70mm ART Macro Review (via Shotkit.com) The great thing with open camera
Over the past month you may notice some changes to the page. I’ve been experimenting with various themes and unfortunately some of them haven’t really made the grade so I have had to turf them. I apologise to anyone who is getting frustrated by this.
With the recent release of the Sigma 35mm f1.2 and having one in my hands, I thought I would put together my initial thoughts. First off, let’s just be open about it… it’s big. If for some obscure reason you were expecting something small, the f/1.2 makes this a big
Introduction Wandirit…wanderierier…wanduriddd…yeah, that’s what it looks like. Apparently it’s said Wandered Provoke but for some obscure reason, the designers forgot to add vowels to their bag, maybe letters cost money. I assume it’s an artistic novelty but it does make it a little hard to recommend the bag to a
Introduction I’m a fan of battery grips. I’ve got big hands and they help balance out long lenses. I like the idea of being to put the grip on and off as required, as an example, when I am shooting events with long lenses, so grips appeal to me. When
Introduction When Sony designed the Sony A7 and A9 series cameras, it seems like they designed it for hobbits or a group of people who have really small hands. I have this idea that they went to market and every photographer they found had hands the size of my 8-year-old