I was reading the luminious landscape comments on the Nikon Z7 release and some items in the article raised major red flags for me. I’ve copied a paragraph from the article to give you some context of what I am talking about: “It seems that a long time ago, Nikon fell out … Continue Reading Nikon sets a dangerous precedent
I noticed in a Facebook group the other day that track (railway) shoot photos are now banned. Not illegal track shoots, not shoots conducted on live tracks…ALL track photos. I have no issue with the Facebook admins taking this approach, it is their group and their rules, but I do … Continue Reading Are we overreacting about Railway Shoots?
Fujifilm and Sony have both embarked down a path which concerns me. For the first time we are seeing camera manufacturers warning users not to use third-party batteries in their cameras with a nice little warning message popping up on their cameras. Now I have no issue if there are … Continue Reading Sony and Fujifilm? What’s your battery story?
Introduction I had a mystifying experience on the Sony A7iii group run by SonyAlphaRumors. Someone posted a photo of some ladies dressed in sailors outfits. The photo and pose weren’t to my taste but it was “safe for work” from a photographic perspective so the photo itself wasn’t the problem. … Continue Reading Is it any surprise female photographers feel uncomfortable?
There is an annoying breed of camera user and they’re everywhere no matter how hard you try to avoid them. This is officially the age of the ”born again camera user.” To avoid offending all photographers, I do want to be clear that it’s not all photographers who switch systems, … Continue Reading Please spare us the “born again camera users”