Archive — Canon 5D Mark II

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...
PatitucciPhoto (patitucciphoto.com) is the unique combination of Dan & Janine Patitucci’s vision for a creative life as photographers and mountain sport athletes. Since 1999, PatitucciPhoto is one of the world’s leading sources of the finest mountain sport, lifestyle and travel images for the global outdoor industry, or for any client seeking dynamic outdoor photography. As real athletes of the sports they work...
Yes, yes, it's a variation of the title of one of Charles Dickens' great novels that you read in high school and never picked up again.  "Great Combinations" here, however, means something very different.  We're going to be putting together some of what we believe to be the "great" combinations of camera bodies and lenses.  What do we mean by...
Photographer Shawn Reeder Shawn Reeder (shawnreeder.com) may not have all the big awards in photography and videography, but he holds one of the highest remarks from well known Director of Photography Philip Bloom as having "one of the most beautiful time lapses [he] has ever seen."  Many would consider this equal to winning one of the industry's highest awards.  Time...
Royce Bair has been a professional illustrative photographer since 1973, and an international lecturer on photography since 1982. His work has appeared in National Geographic, The Smithsonian, and on the covers of numerous books. As a photographer, writer, and entrepreneur, he has built and sold five photo-related businesses. He and his wife, Linda, are now shooting stock photography while they continue to...
I am constantly asked the same question that I asked myself ten years ago:  "If I only have enough money to buy one camera and one lens, which combination would bring me the best results?"  The question needs to be answered with a question:  "What do you want to shoot?"  The answer to that is usually quite difficult for someone...
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...
The combination of great vistas and ease of access adds great value to certain outdoor spots for photography.  Cityscapes are usually fairly accessible for photographers, especially if the locale is not on the top of an inaccessible building.  If you can drop a tripod, though, the same rules apply to cityscape photography as they do for landscape photography.  The golden...
Landscape photography in the United States is often the most fun way to enter photography.  Who doesn’t love to be outside in the fresh air, waiting for the golden light of sunrise and sunset…20 miles from a trailhead, with minimal equipment because you had to backpack in essentials such as food and a stove, and with your head throbbing slightly...