Gordon Laing

An Interview with Gordon Laing

I recently had the pleasure of meeting again my good friend Gordon Laing of Camera Labs and All About The Gear fame and he graciously consented to be interviewed while he was busy shooting long exposures on the rocks of Dunure, Scotland. In the brief space of five minutes, he managed to share a wealth of tips about long exposures …

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The State Of Mirrorless Ep. 4 – Valérie Jardin

If you’re into street photography, you certainly must know one of the best interpreters of the genre, Valérie Jardin. She’s not only a great photographer, but also an outstanding educator, conducting workshops all over the world, from Minneapolis, where she lives, to her native France (Paris and Normandy), various American cities, Melbourne, and soon Rome. She’s also a frequent co.-host …

On The Fuji Interface

Nathan Wright: Had the X-T1 boasted single-servo AF tracking and reliable ad-hoc AF-ON functionality, Daniel may have been able to stick with the X-T1. AF is more than just speed. A good AF system should offer the user reliable, tactile feedback. That system should override both manual focus and shutter release. When an AF-ON button is depressed (preferably with a …