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When a Squirrel Tries To Steal a Photographer’s Pumpkins…


Well known british photographer Max Ellis is an expert when it comes to photographing squirrels in a staged shot. This isn't the first time Max has setup several scenes for his furry friends outside. Obviously, a squirrel wouldn't be able to carry a pumpkin. Max actually suspends them with fishing line. There is no editing […] Read More

A Photographer You Should Know: Ett Venter


I have been on a small hiatus due to the fact it is full blown wedding season. However, things have started to pick up here on the blog at Photography Finds. I couldn't think of a better way to get things rolling again then to feature one of my favorite portrait and wedding photographers of […] Read More

Nikon D810 Announced


Nikon has officially announced the D810, the successor to the D800/D800E. A camera which seems to be a nice combination of the D800 and D800E plus some additional improvements. A 36.3 CMOS sensor, an expanded ISO range from 64 to 12,800 (LOW 1: 32 & H2: 51,200).The camera is also equipped with an expeed 4 […] Read More

Amazon’s NEW Fire Phone has an Incredible Camera


Today, Amazon officially announced its first ever cellphone, the Fire Phone. The phone is packed with so many features it is hard to name them all. I definitely suggest taking a look at it, if you haven't already. One of the features I am most intrigued by is its camera system. Check out the camera […] Read More

First Glimpse: Sony’s Full Frame Curved Sensor


Pictured above is the first image of the innovative curved CMOS sensor by Sony. Pretty cool, right? The sensor is bent using a custom built machine  and then is reinforced with ceramic to maintain its shape. Even more interesting is the fact the sensor is bent to the same curvature as the inner human eye. […] Read More

Handevision IBELUX 40mm f/0.85 Review


Introducing the fastest mirrorless camera lens in the world, the Handevision IBELUX 40mm f/0.85. Mirrorless shooters are going to be pretty stoked about this gem. Currently available for purchase, (you can see more info here) this new ultra fast lens is the brainchild of a partnership between a Chinese manufacturer and a German optical design […] Read More

15 Stunning Images of a Wedding During a Wildfire


The location of a wedding is probably one of the most important decisions a bride and groom will make about their special day. That was no different for Michael and April Wolber who chose to have their wedding at Rock Springs Ranch in Oregon. It was their dream come true to have this amazing spot […] Read More

Fstoppers Flash Disc Review


When I first saw the Fstoppers Flash Disc I was immediately intrigued. It seemed like a great concept and the portability and ease of use could really come in handy.  I went ahead and split the cost with a fellow photographer since they are $50 for two and I would only be needing one. So […] Read More


If you are in some way a part of the photo industry then you know about Fstoppers, and I sure hope you know about Peter Hurley. I have always been a big fan of both. FS has produced several tutorials I have enjoyed over the last couple years. A few include; How To Become a Professional Commercial […] Read More

Epson XP-310 Review


Designated photo printers like the Epson XP-310 have become a huge asset to consumers in recent years. Previously, Canon was one of the only companies to offer a newer dedicated inkjet photo printer. Most companies offer dye-sub printers for photos which tend to be extremely expensive and not a smart option for the average consumer. […] Read More