Olympus has introduced a new flagship Micro Four Thirds camera. The OM-D E-M1X features an impressive spec sheet and seems to be designed with a very specific photographer in mind.
Do you love hitting the slopes and want to try your hand and eye at ski photography? Watch this video to learn of some gear and tips that will help you get started.
Heatseeker, created by Nico Vuignier, offers an exciting new take on the traditional ski footage, combining several impressive techniques.
With their multi award-winning documentary Free Solo coming to streaming platforms next month, the filmmakers have described what went into capturing a 3,000-foot ropeless ascent up on of the world’s most iconic pieces of rock.
As 2019 approaches, I reflect on the past year and the ways I have grown and the ways I can grow: the most important lesson I learned last year came from the great photographer Layne Murdoch Sr.
The holiday season is upon us and dreams of new camera gear are dancing in our heads. Our email boxes are full of offers for deals on lenses, flashes, tripods and of course those new mirrorless cameras. If only we could have it all, our photographs would be so much better.
Can the Canon R mirrorless perform well enough under the pressure of shooting an NFL football game? There is more to camera performance than the quality of the photographs.
A terrible crash at the Macau Grand Prix sent a car flying over the crash fence, directly into a photographers' booth at approximately 170 mph.
There are a lot of pro photographers worried about amateurs and hobbyists taking their work away. Perhaps it's time to turn an eye to the NFL. NFL star Tyreek Hill was flagged for taking liberties with a CBS camera this past Sunday.
If you are not ready to plunge into the price tag of the hard case underwater housing but are serious about wanting to get into more shoots working with the element of water, Jake Kelsick has tested out the capabilities for your new adventure.
When shooting football or other field sports, oftentimes, you are looking downfield with your long glass such as a 400mm f/2.8, and suddenly, the play happens right in front of you. The solution is a Hail Mary camera.
With his hand wedged firmly in a crack of the sheer granite face of El Capitan, Alex Honnold looks up and scans his route as he doggedly continues his death-defying ascent of the iconic rock formation with no safety ropes to save him in case of calamity.
A rainstorm and a muddy field can make football look great, but if your camera gets soaked, you might miss some great shots. Being inadequately prepared to shoot in inclement weather could be a really expensive mistake.
Let’s talk some more about photographing motocross, and this time, let’s get down to the technical aspect of photographing this great sport. Don’t worry, you don’t need lots of expensive gear to get decent photographs, especially if you are shooting at your local track.
I love photographing actions sports like surfing, skateboarding, cycling, MTB, and of course motocross and Supercross. Motocross and its cousin Supercross are great sports to photograph and are easy for fans with cameras to get close to the action. Read this first article of a three article series to get some tips to make your first outing or your hundredth outing a little more rewarding.