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June 9th, 2012

The Nikon D4: Nikon’s New Workhorse

Posted By Michael Clark
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While shooting big-wave surfing in Tahiti last year, and in Hawaii earlier this year, I remember longing for more megapixels and a faster framing rate than I was getting with my Nikon D700. In short, I was longing for a D4-like camera. And well, Nikon did not disappoint. Without a doubt the Nikon D4 is …
 
April 25th, 2012

Field Testing the Canon 1DX

Posted By Jay Goodrich
Canon1DX by Jay Goodrich
I know everyone out there is waiting in anticipation to see the noise levels on the image files for this camera, but I need to set some ground rules so you understand where this test comes from. I am not a testing lab like DxO Mark. Nor am I going to shoot images of trinkets …
 
July 8th, 2011

The Life or Something Like it – Testing a Canon 7D

Posted By Jay Goodrich
The Rainforest Canon 7D Test by Jay Goodrich
I am sitting on a ferry right now. It’s now high noon. Stupid traffic. I was up until 1am, on location on San Juan Island photographing a residence for an architecture client. It wasn’t soon after, what felt like seconds after my mind wandered to rest actually, the my iPhone began singing Seal’s Crazy, in …
 
February 16th, 2011

In the Field–Mount Baker Backcountry

Posted By Jay Goodrich
Mark Kogelmann goes large in the Baker Backcountry by Jay Goodrich
Point of View (POV) cameras are growing extremely fast in their popularity. They are lightweight and give the viewer a unique perspective into an otherwise hard to access location. This week I am using the footage that friend and ski athlete Mark Kogelmann captured during a photo shoot in the backcountry near the Mount Baker …