I keep reading these articles from film photographers about why film is MUCH better than digital. Pardon my French, but BS!
I have never been a full frame wannabee. I have been very happy with what DX had to offer, but a D700 at $825.- was more than I could resist
Lomography has succeeded on almost all levels with their copy of the Petzval lens. The finished result is beautiful and a real piece of kit.
I don't use physical filters on my lenses and I very rarely use digital filters on my image files
I always loved the look of the ultra-compact pancake lenses. Now I own two.
Nikon's new retro style Df has stirred quite a commotion. Most of the comments aren't positive at all.
For some reason some photographers seem to think that a 35mm lens is about as boring and bland as a lens can get. I beg to differ.
I have always been a fan of Sigma lenses, and the Japanese manufacturer's latest initiatives have just made me a bigger fan. Sigma does everything right these days.
The Sigma ultra wideangle zoom is a fantastic lens, but not easy to use and not perfect for all situations where a wideangle is useful
Yes I stopped looking frantically at the LCD on the back of my digital cameras after each and every shot. And I think it has made me take better pictures.