Canon Rebel T6s Review

Canon’s new EOS Rebel T6s represents a very positive shift for the Rebel line. Perhaps influenced by small, enthusiast-focused mirrorless cameras, Canon has brought features to the T6s that are normally reserved for the company’s higher-end DSLRs.

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Samsung NX1 Review

…The design of the NX1 looks as if Samsung paid zero attention to what other mirrorless camera companies were doing. It looks almost exactly like a DSLR, and is in fact larger and heavier than entry-level DSLRs. Samsung didn’t make the NX1 mirrorless to save space; they made it mirrorless because that is the current state of technology. After all, Samsung is a tech company, and a reflexing mirror box is about as high-tech as a ham sandwich…
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PRODUCT NEWS

Canon Rebel T6s review: Rebel with a cause

Canon’s new EOS Rebel T6s represents a very positive shift for the Rebel line. Perhaps influenced by small, enthusiast-focused mirrorless cameras, Canon has brought features to the T6s that are normally reserved for the company’s higher-end DSLRs. A top LCD displays...

Lowepro Flipside Sport 10L AW review: Lightweight champ

The Lowpro Flipside Sport 10L AW is not a new product anymore, but I just bought one the other day on a whim, so I decided to share my thoughts on it. I actually first used a demo Flipside Sport 10L when reviewing the Nikon D750 last year when I was biking along the...

Samsung NX1 Review: Smartcamera

I’ll be honest: the Samsung NX1 is a camera I didn’t want to like. In a landscape as diverse as the mirrorless camera market already is, having yet another manufacturer in the fray makes the process of choosing a camera just short of debilitating. Nonetheless, I found...

COMMUNITY NEWS

In Memoriam: Mary Ellen Mark

On Memorial Day, master photographer and friend of Pro Photo Supply, Mary Ellen Mark, passed away. She leaves behind a legacy of some of the most inspiring, influential, and genre-defining photographs ever taken. Recipient of the Lifetime Achievement in Photography...

Hood Life Photo Contest Winners Announced

A huge thanks to Willamette Week, Plywerk, and Outdoor Project for helping to make the Mount Hood photo contest so awesome! And an even bigger thanks to all the photographers who submitted images; we loved seeing everyone’s unique take on the mountain! While the...

Plywerk Featured Artist – Tim Rains

This post was originally published on the Plywerk blog. Our Photo Lab partners with Plywerk to provide photo printing for the Portland-based picture-mounting company (holy alliteration, Batman!) Plywerk offers beautiful, sustainable custom photo display solutions that...

TIPS AND TRICKS

Macro Photography Tips

This Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, we’re going to be down at the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival for some macro photography workshops with Canon and Nikon. As such, we figured it would be a good idea to offer a brief primer on macro photography techniques. Use a tripod!...

How many images will fit on my memory card?

It’s a seemingly innocuous question and one we get asked all the time. You just bought a new camera and now you want a memory card that suits it. But how do you know which one to get? Is 8 gigabytes enough, or do you need 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB? Unfortunately,...

Tech Tip – 5 Tips for Photographing Fireworks

With Independence Day just over a week away, it seems fitting to do a post on photographing fireworks. To make this Tech Tip extra special, we reached out to the community to provide sample images, so even if you hate reading, you’ll definitely want to see the...

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