Archive — Canon 16-35 mm

Photographers, almost by nature, are gearheads.  Some more than others, to be sure.  Because photography is an obvious visual pursuit, photographers over time will begin to see a difference in lens quality and in the quality of the digital capture of the sensor.  Equipment in a way used to be less of an issue with film as photographers were mainly...
Kah Kit Yoong (www.magichourtravelscapes.com) is an Australian-based travel photographer who inadvertently picked up an SLR camera seven years ago. He has been the recipient of numerous prestigious international photography awards such as Veolia / BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Windland Smith Rice contest. His articles and photos have appeared in many publications such as Popular Photography, National Geographic, and...
Photographers are an opinionated lot, and those who are relatively new to the game may not see the reason one might want a fixed focal length lens (a "prime" lens) over a zoom lens.  After all, shouldn't a zoom lens always be better in that it can cover more focal lengths?  As with many things, tradeoffs exists between flexibility, contrast,...
One of the greatest feats in the photographic world is finding photographer Nevada Wier somewhere in the world and then finding her with a few minutes to answer questions about her travels, her philosophy, and her equipment.  Nevada is one of the preeminent travel photographers in the world and has pointed her lens in places some of us haven't even...
We caught up with the legendary Utah-based landscape photographer Tom Till on one of the few days of the year that he had time to answer the Pictureline call.  Tom's collection of imagery stretches over 37 years, mostly on 4x5 film, and he has many "first" shots under his belt in the Utah/Southwest area.  You simply cannot talk about the...