Photography Columns

ZEISS OTUS 55MM

Zeiss Otus 55mm F/1.4 Lens Review

I recently had the opportunity to test and play with the brand new Zeiss Otus 55mm / 1.4 lens. This lens has been noted as one of the sharpest lens' ever created. This caught...
New York City

Reflections on New York Photography by Anthony Friedkin

Recently I’ve had the opportunity to reflect on the importance New York City has played in my own life as a photographer, and in a much larger and more significant way, the City’s contribution...
New Orleans Travel Photography

New Orleans Travel Photography Tips

There's something so special about New Orleans - it's both haunting and quite charming. It's old and spooky by also holds a special place in my heart because there really is nothing quite like...
Fuji-X-T1

Fuji X-T1 and X100T Camera Reviews by Kimberly Genevieve

A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to try the new Fuji X-T1 mirrorless digital camera as well as the Fuji X100T digital camera. I’ve always wanted to test out the X100T, but to get my hands...
George Eastman House

George Eastman House Visit By Anthony Friedkin

Recently, I was invited to the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film (GEH), located in Rochester, New York, to speak and to present my personal work. This special opportunity gave me...
Tamrom 150-600mm

Tamron 150-600mm Telephoto Lens Review

Last week, I was lucky enough to test out the Tamron 150-600mm f5.6-6.3 Di VC USD Canon mount lens. Knowing the zoom capability, I was aware this lens would be designed for a specific photographer, one...
directing the eye part 3

Directing the Eye Part 3 – Focus by Thann Clark

Directing the Eye Part 3 - Focus Using focus to direct the eye is taken for granted — so much so its effect can often go unnoticed — but its pull is absolute. Focus might...
Rule of thirds

Forget the Rule of Thirds by Thann Clark

Composition is the soul of photography, but not an easy subject to master, and not one that can be learned by following simple rules. The first thing inevitably taught in photographic composition is “The...
Dan Brunn

Architect Dan Brunn Interview By Anthony Friedkin

Award-winning Dan Brunn, a champion of modern architecture, is an architect whose designs transcend traditional boundaries. Brunn creates a sustainable vision that empowers the natural elements of location, materials and space. He meets the...
JAMIE TRUEBLOOD

Society of Motion Picture Still Photographers Crew Call Review

I am excited about a wonderful exhibition currently on display at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in Beverly Hills. The display honors individuals that are so often overlooked in our celebrity-driven...