Articles tagged "editorial"

Editorial: 'The world is ending, why are you still writing about cameras?'

Because it isn't. And quite frankly, we need to do something to keep our minds (and yours) off the news.

Hipster offended after mistaking himself for hipster in study about lookalike hipsters

This might be the most cringeworthy case of mistaken identity we've come across.

The Yashica digiFilm Y35 exemplifies everything wrong with retro styling

Yashica recently released the digiFilm Y35: a camera that tries to simulate the "experience" of shooting film... and it's just the worst.

Editorial: 2014's Homepage Highlights

A lot happened in 2014, both in the camera industry as a whole, and on DPReview. 2014 was the year of 180-degree 'selfie screens', 4K video, affordable (almost) full-frame, and also the year when - perhaps - mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras first started to seriously compete against DSLRs in terms of autofocus. In this article, Editor Barnaby Britton takes a look back at the year, and at some of the major themes and highlights of 2014. Click through for a look back into the recent past...

Photokina 2014: Quiet but significant

This year's Photokina felt a little quiet, but it might have been the most significant in recent years. As well as major new DSLRs from Canon and Nikon, we also saw a slew of new large-sensor compact cameras and a smartphone - Panasonic's Lumix DMC-CM1. Meanwhile, RED's Epic Dragon pointed the way to the future with its 19MP Raw still images from 6K video footage. Click through for our take on the world's biggest photographic tradeshow

Editorial Lighting - The Minimalist Way
Join photographer Thomas Park on a fashion editorial shoot where a blue sedan in a grungy alleyway becomes the set for a clean and simple summer look.