Long-time readers of MirrorLessons will know that we are huge fans of the Inspired Eye photography magazine run by photographers Olivier Duong and Don Springer. Now, the dynamic duo have gone a step further by producing their very own photography course! The Inspired Eye Method is designed to show you how to create exceptional images […]
Less than a week after complaints about the A9 overheating began to surface, Sony has released a firmware update (1.01) that is supposed to improve the overheating warning functionality. According to SonyAlphaRumors, this issue only seems to affect a small batch of A9 cameras. You can download the new firmware from the official Sony website.
Toronto-based photography enthusiast Jerry Chen recently started up a new blog called Lensaholic where he documents his adventures in street and cityscape photography with his Sony A7 II and RX1R. As to why he chose this set-up for his work, he explains: I like the Sony A7II for the full frame image quality, in-body image stabilization (IBIS), and its […]
Olympus has officially announced a series of firmware updates for three of its most recent cameras – the OM-D E-M1 II, Pen F and OM-D E-M5 II – as well as its two Sync IS compatible lenses, the M.Zuiko 12-100mm f/4 and 300mm f/4 PRO. The update brings the following to the E-M1 II: Improved color […]
Following the successful launch of the FlashQ wireless trigger in 2014, FlashQ has created a complete wireless flash unit called the FlashQ System. The first model is the Q20, a compact wireless GN20 flash unit with a LED video/modeling light, 90° tilting flash head, built-in gel holder and detachable radio control. When sitting on your camera’s hot […]