Aperture Priority mode seems to be the most preferred shooting mode by the photographers. Perhaps it’s because wide depth of field is such a fascinating technique to explore. Read to find out why aperture priority is the most preferred shooting mode by photographers!
Posts about Olympus.
A Zenit 11 review? Why on Earth are Light Stalking reviewing an obscure, 40-year-old, Soviet film camera? Well, its partly a labour of love and nostalgia, and partly because if you want to dabble in film photography, then there is probably no cheaper option than a Zenit SLR. Built like tanks and ruggedly simple, many […]
Alright, I love my Olympus OM-1, but here’s why the Nikon F2 is the best film camera of all time. In my opinion of course.
Boudoir photography, just like standard portraiture, requires an adequate gear – you won’t be able to make the best out of your boudoir sessions if you don’t have the proper lenses, lighting and accessories. This type of photography can be quite challenging because your model will most likely feel vulnerable in front of the camera. […]
Film photography is in a good place. True, digital is still tops — by a wide margin — but analog photography is holding its own and doesn’t appear to be prepared to give up much ground anytime soon (even in spite of the impending death of several beloved Fujifilm film stocks). I’ve written more than […]
Vintage camera photography and vintage lenses are going through a resurgence nowadays thanks to popular Instagram hashtags such as #filmisnotdead and #believeinfilm. In a way, this is similar to the rising popularity of vinyl – young people seem to be really interested in the analog treasures of the past. When it comes to vintage lenses, […]