While you are waiting for you Fujifilm X-E1 camera and lens to arrive it might be good to tell you about this site. Years ago I made a site for the Canon G9 (Lifespy with a G9) and put up tips on how to set it up for street photography, studio use etc and pushed the bounds of a compact camera into the areas of … Continue reading Waiting for the X-E1
I have to say I really enjoyed this post as it reminded me of when I was working as a sports photographer for a national press agency. It is also strange to think that photographers use common solutions to their problems, as I have been using the Pocket Phojo and a PDA for the last year to do remote transmitions, with the Nikon D2x or … Continue reading The good old days to the norm with compact image transmition devices
There is a great post on Strobist for the G9 users on how to get the most out of your G9 using flash and how they used a G9 shooting for an assignment.
It is no wonder that many PJ’s are now using the G9 as it is a pocket size DSLR. Heck you can even use Nikon speedlights with this baby so why wouldn’t you buy a G9
Still not convinced?
Magnum Photographer Alex Majoli also used Olympus point and shoots in 2005 and shot many assignments using an Olympus C-8080 in remote and dangerous places and won awards Continue reading Photojournalist uses G9 for assignment
Dave Walsh (great website and blog) a canon using photographer and press officer for Greenpeace and is floating around in the Southern Ocean and Dave started thinking: Whalers shoot whales. So do photographers… Canon sponsor the endangered species “Wildlife as Canon sees it” advert in National Geographic… the CEO of Canon in Japan is also the head of the biggest business association in Japan…So then … Continue reading Whale – Canon and Greenpeace