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
With 4K video, incredible image stabilization, fast autofocus, and more features than you can shake a stick at, the GX85 is the Swiss Army knife of cameras. It also offers some serious bang for the buck.
As is the case with any new top of the line Nikon camera there is always a lot of anticipation and excitement among photographers regarding how well the new camera will perform compared to the last model. In this review I will share some of my real world experiences...
We put Nikon’s new flagship DSLR to the ultimate test: a dark Portland dive bar. Read our full D5 review here.
20 megapixels. 14 frames-per-second. 4K video. We go hands on with Canon’s latest flagship DSLR to put it through its paces.
Each year, our self portrait photo contest results in some hilarious, beautiful, thoughtful, and inspiring photos. It’s a fun exercise in turning the camera around to focus on who’s normally behind it. Henry Novak took home the winning prize this year for his image that immediately grabbed the attention of the judges.