Jun 23 2008

Nikon D300 user review – the complete DX camera

Nikon D300From sport to studio, products, portraits, models and architecture, and even wedding photography, Nikon D300 will do great for you. Nikon is playing a different game than the competition, delivering (semi) pro DSLRs with features and technology seen in its flagship cameras. Continue reading


Sep 24 2007

Nikon 50 1.4 AF-D review

The Nikon 50/1.4 is practically the only choice within “normal” budgets to get an 1.4 Nikon AF lens. Since the Nikon 28/1.4 AF-D was discontinued, the only other AF choice is the Nikon 85/1.4, and in spring 2010 just appeared the new 24/1.4. Continue reading


Mar 25 2007

Shooting Tethered to a computer

This is an often overlooked but extremely useful solution for static set-ups. Practically all DSLRs and a good number of compact and bridge digital cameras are capable of shooting tethered to a computer. This article is about shooting tethered with DSLRs with an emphasis on Nikon and Fuji cameras which I use. Continue reading


Apr 25 2006

Fuji S3 Pro Settings and Real Life use

A quick glimpse at the combinations of Fuji S3 Pro settings and Real Life Use of this pretty amazing digital camera. In this article I will present my own choice of settings, so your opinions may differ. Continue reading


Feb 24 2006

Tokina 100 macro review – high quality macro lens

Based on the image and built quality, the Tokina 100 macro is a very worthwile alternative to the more expensive macro lenses and belongs to the range of Tokina professional line. Continue reading


Jan 25 2006

Megapixels and resolution – Some thoughts

If you hold a digital camera in public, the first question you will be asked is “How many megapixels ?” If the camera is a professional looking one, the average people will be disturbed by the fact that this information is not displayed prominently in bold letters on the camera. Continue reading