We headed out on a cloudy morning to Abiqua Falls.
Like this review, the Nikon D500 was late to the game. The long-awaited D300S replacement is finally here, and for the right photographers, it was well worth the wait.
Panasonic’s new flagship will take the Micro Four Thirds format to a new level. With 4K/60p video and 6K Photo, it could be the new hybrid camera to beat.
The original X-T1 set the stage for what a mirrorless camera could be. With superior control and impressive image quality, it approached perfection. The new X-T2 may have reached it.
Below are the winning images from the Photo Lab's 2016 Summer Film Contest. The categories included: Creative, Portraits, Landscapes, and Instant Film. The winners won a Pro Photo Supply gift card and film. Their work will also hang in the Lab Gallery for the month of...
On the Deschutes a boat ride is a much drier experience than in a raft. Even when navigating some fairly serious rapids, boats designed for rivers, aka drift boats or dories, are designed to keep passengers dry…
Fujifilm goes medium format, Olympus goes 4K, and GoPro is back!
We haven’t spent enough time with Fujifilm’s newest flagship, the X-T2, to offer a verdict, but we can say it certainly lives up the high bar set by its predecessor.
Robert "Bob" Jagelski passed away peacefully at his home in Vancouver, Washington on Sunday, July 17, 2016, surrounded by family and friends. No matter what your passion, Bob understood the importance of inspiring dreams of any kind and befriended those whose spark...
Living online as an image-rich blog, Bus 75 is a joint effort between photographer Geoffrey Hiller and writer Tom Vandel. Through images and words, the project tells the story of the “great unknown” of Portland that prevails along the 20 miles of TriMet’s #75 bus line