Archive — Canon 5D Mark III

Today, Canon announced a new firmware update for the EOS 5D Mark III Digital SLR camera that significantly improves the camera's performance and usability. In response to requests from professionals working in the fields of cinema and television production, the firmware update enables the use of uncompressed HDMI Output support, making possible more efficient video editing and monitoring procedures. Additionally,...
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...
The interest and anticipation had peaked so high during the recent announcements of the Nikon D800 and the Canon 5D Mark III, it seemed nothing could go wrong.  When reports began surfacing about issues with both of the cameras, many became frustrated and wary about diving into a new, large purchase for a camera body.  While both companies have released...
International Wedding Photographer Jasmine Star Jasmine Star is an Orange County, California-based wedding photographer who travels the world to capture the big day of so many clients.  Voted one of the Top 10 Wedding Photographers by American Photo Magazine, Jasmine's work has been included in magazines such as Comsopolitan, Professional Photographer, TheKnot, Inside Weddings, Santa Barbara, and Rangefinder.  She took...
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...