The single best advice I can give with regards to configuring your digital camera is to systematically underexpose all images
My first real digital point-and-shoot camera. Back from when 2 megapixels was the standard. It has taken some really excellent pictures in spite of that.
The compact digital P&S-cameras are a fantastic supplement to the DSLR -- provided you choose the right one.
Bokeh is a thing I have always known, but only in the recent years have been able to put words on.
As normal as they come, but still a very capable lens with premium image quality
I have loved wideangles since I got my first real one
I have always wondered why photography web sites have to be so ugly in their design.
This odessey through my photographic career has made me remember gear that I had long forgotten
I know that a lot of photographers are still shooting on film, and I respect that.
Full frame or APS size sensor? The debate seems never ending. Here's my view on the matter.