If you're looking for a timeless camera bag that is equally suited for a day on the streets, or documenting your quest for the Holy Grail, you've found it. Oh yeah, if you happen to find the Grail and drink from it, don't worry. The bag will be right by your side a hundred years from now. The Saddleback Leather Satchel is the ideal photo bag for travel, light expeditions, street photography and … [Read more...]
Here at The Photo Frontier, we don't do reviews. You'll never see and MTF chart or a photograph of a brick wall. We share real world information about stuff we like. That's why we call them 'Fan Clubs'. If you see it here, we use it and we like it.
If you’re familiar with my reviews, you know they’re not going to involve charts, scientific calculations, or anything techy. They are just pure creative research combined with my gut feelings towards the product. This creative research with the Lomography Redscale XR color negative film was performed while on #Expedition51 in the vast deserts of Utah and Nevada. #Expedition51 (addition research) … [Read more...]
Before We Get Started: This is a living document. I will continue to update this page with my findings, observations and images.You can find the(Full Specs Here). My Story Over the years, I have had a bunch of Nikons in my hands. Everything from the original D1x (my first digital camera) to this new D750. A while back, I sold my Nikon D700(s) after a several corrupt memory cards. It wasn't … [Read more...]
If this review helped you, get your lens where we got ours, the BH Photo prices are always the lowest and service is second to none! Your purchase helps to support this site. A Bit About The Lens In short, this lens is a workhorse! Suffice it to so that it is on our cameras about 80% of the time! You can read the full tech specs here. This lens coupled with a wider lens, say a 20mm AFD or … [Read more...]
I've stated before that the Nikon 18-200 is one of my all time favorite lenses. This image is a good example of why. Had I been bothered with lens decisions and heavy gear, I might have missed this opportunity that mother nature presented. Again, you don't have to spend thousands of dollars on glass. Just find a system you are comfortable with and have fun. By comfortable, I mean you know how to … [Read more...]
The Short Story I was looking for a more discrete camera bag for travel, exploring cities, and photo-walking. I ended up picking up the Think Tank Retrospective 30. Since then, I have moved to a mirrorless system, the Fuji X to be exact, so I picked up the Retrospective 7. Somewhere in between I picked up the Retrospective 10. After a few years with them all, here are my thoughts… A Bit Longer … [Read more...]