Landscape photographer Graham Clarke has posted an interesting and descriptive review of the Canon EOS 6d after using and working with it for a year. He provides a pretty cool look that reviews purely on camera functionality, not marketing hype or statistics, and reminds you what to consider when buying a new camera. Clarke offers examples of the Canon EOS 6d functioning and durability and how the camera has stood up to the test of over 50,000 shutter activations in some of the planet’s most extreme conditions, think salt flats,mountains deserts.
Frank Doorhof, Netherland’s based photographer and educator, has given the Phottix Odin TTL Trigger for Sony a workout and review on his website.
With the recent release of Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger firmware UK-based Bellissima Photo has the following to say in an in-depth review comparing TTL triggers.
Freelance photographer Piet Van den Eynde recently released his newest ebook, Making Light 2. It follows the earlier released Making Light. The 77-page tome is for flash enthusiasts and teaches the advanced use of off-camera flashes.
On a recent trip I had a chance to view Smash His Camera – a documentary on celebrity paparazzi Ron Galella. Street photographers probably know Ron’s name – the 80-year-old Galella has been shooting since the 1950s and has had a colourful career. People love him, more people hate him – his work has been…