The Fujifilm X100F Is Not yet a Mature Camera

The Fujifilm X100F Is Not yet a Mature Camera With all the excitement in recent weeks about the release of the new Nikon mirrorless camera and its homage to the history of a great camera company, I thought I would take a moment to look back at the evolution of the Fujifilm X100 series into its current form and talk about why it still isn’t truly a mature camera. [ Read More ]

Critique the Community: Beauty

Beauty

Submit your best beauty photo for your chance to win a free Fstoppers tutorial

Your next chance for an image critique is here. Submit your best beauty photos to receive feedback and a chance to win an Fstoppers tutorial of your choice. [ Read More ]

Why You Sometimes Need to Fail to Succeed

Why You Sometimes Need to Fail to Succeed Too often, we think of our personal or professional failures as something that will negatively impact us for a long time and others will judge or look down on us for, when in reality, these mistakes and failures are what help us grow. [ Read More ]

Don’t Miss That Magic Shot With These Five Tips

Don't Miss That Magic Shot With These Five Tips Making a photograph can be a painstaking process involving location scouting, test shots, lighting setups, model releases and so much more, depending on your subject. However, some subjects — such as wildlife, children, sporting events, and such — require a photographer to be much more nimble. That's why I try to follow a few simple rules to be ready for when that unexpected magic moment arrives. [ Read More ]

Three Tips to Survive With Photoshop CS6 in 2018

Three Tips to Survive With Photoshop CS6 in 2018 Though Adobe Photoshop CS6 came out more than six years ago, there are a good many people still using it in 2018. Some don’t need to upgrade, others can’t afford the monthly fee, and still others refuse to buy into the software as a service model. [ Read More ]

Three Tips to Survive With Photoshop CS6 in 2018

Three Tips to Survive With Photoshop CS6 in 2018 Though Adobe Photoshop CS6 came out more than six years ago, there are a good many people still using it in 2018. Some don’t need to upgrade, others can’t afford the monthly fee, and still others refuse to buy into the software as a service model. [ Read More ]

What Will the Nikon Mirrorless Camera Mean?

What Will the Nikon Mirrorless Camera Mean? All I’ll say, is that I owned the original a7 and it kinda sucked. Is Nikon going to get it right the “first” time? Or will next week's supposed announcement of the Z-series cameras begin a long cycle of trying to one up themselves while trying to keep up with the major mirrorless players? [ Read More ]