Bjorn Petersen

Bjorn Petersen

Bjorn Petersen is a photographer based in Brooklyn, New York. He has exhibited his work in the USA and internationally, and has also self-published several books of his photographs.

Latest Articles

11 hours ago
Share
Echoing the attention currently given to mirrorless cameras, lens releases in 2020 also primarily went the mirrorless way. With mirrorless camera systems becoming more mature, tiered, and solidified among various brands, lens development is also reaching a point where nearly all manufacturers have a well-rounded lineup. This year saw a number of foundation releases, as well as a handful of...
3 days ago
Share
Landscape photographers are a contradictory bunch. Always on the quest for gear that is simultaneously lightweight and substantial, landscape photographers, as well as travel and nature photographers, are always in search of equipment that can get them a new look, serve a distinct purpose, or be flexible enough to handle a variety of conditions. If there’s a landscape photographer in your life to...
1 week ago
Share
The holiday season is a time for lights, but it can also be a time to delve into lighting as a tool, especially if you’re a photographer. Photography is all about light, and knowing how to use it, shape it, and control it gives you that much more command over your photo practice. Especially during wintertime, when the days are shorter, it’s the perfect time to hone your lighting skills or help...
2 weeks ago
Share
Despite everything functioning in a digital world, there’s still something to be said for having hard, printed copies of important documents. Especially in the workplace, sometimes a printed form, document, photograph, letter, invoice, and so on is just what you need. And, with the workplace now shifting to home for many of us, having a printer at home is one of those necessities for making your...
2 weeks ago
Share
It was clearly more of a camera year for Sony, with the releases of the a7S III and a7C, among others, but that didn’t stop this company from also releasing a trio of exciting lenses for its E-mount mirrorless cameras. Sony’s lens system is already pretty expansive after several years of consistent growth, so this year felt more like Sony was taking a step back and filling in some gaps in the...
2 weeks ago
Share
Without a doubt, 2020 has been one of the more surprising and enthralling years for mirrorless camera development. While this list is titled “Top 10 Mirrorless Cameras of 2020,” it’s also worth mentioning there’s no longer the need to separate these lists between mirrorless and DSLRs. Mirrorless is now the spotlight camera type in the industry, and it’s where all the major brands are focusing...
0 Views
2 weeks ago
Share
Canon is appealing to serious everyday photographers with the launch of two compact and versatile lenses for its full-frame mirrorless system, along with a new 13" inkjet photo printer. The RF 70-200mm f/4L IS USM and...
3 weeks ago
Share
Have you ever tried to take a photograph of a snowy scene and later realized that your shot was underexposed, maybe with an overwhelming orange or blue hue, or just lacking a certain "something?" Frustratingly, and surprisingly, snow can be one of the trickiest environments in which to make a correct exposure. But, with a few tricks and techniques in mind, hopefully you'll be able to make easy...
3 weeks ago
Share
Nikon clearly shifted its focus in 2020 and set out to expand the lens lineup for its ever-growing Z system of mirrorless cameras, now two years old. The company has invested quite a bit into rounding out its mirrorless lineup in a way that complements its vast SLR system, but in ways that also differ from the older SLR lenses. From the beginning, Nikon stated the Z mount would open up new...
3 weeks ago
Share
It’s no surprise that Canon’s goal for 2020 was all about its full-frame mirrorless system. With a relatively new lens mount and camera system, Canon spent this year growing the camera and lens sides of the RF mount. On the camera side, there were, of course, the hotly anticipated EOS R5 and ROS R6 releases, and for lenses, the company brought out seven new optics, with a pretty noticeable...
1 month ago
Share
Just as mirrorless is now the dominant camera type, full frame is now the dominant sensor size. It wasn’t too long ago when full-frame cameras were seen strictly as tools for professional and high-end photo applications due to their expense and the associated feature sets that were part of the complete full-frame camera system. Over the last few years, however, full-frame options have begun to...
0 Views
1 month ago
Share
After such a strong freshman effort, Nikon is back with the sophomore release of the Z 6II and Z 7II full-frame mirrorless cameras. Recognizing the initial strengths, the second generation of these foundation...
1 month ago
Share
Nikon Z shooters, prepare for “The Next Chapter.” Nikon is set to release the Z 6 II and Z 7 II full-frame mirrorless cameras on October 14, which will both succeed the immensely popular and well-regarded first-...
1 month ago
Share
One of the most effective ways to improve your portraiture is by controlling the light, and one of the most effective ways to control your light is to move it. Seems like a simple enough concept, but it can be daunting at first, especially if you’re using a speedlight or an on-camera flash. Despite its...
2 months ago
Share
Tamron is continuing to expand its popular line of compact and lightweight lenses for Sony E shooters with the 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD. A popular zoom range for DSLRs, this flexible telephoto range is now available for full-frame mirrorless as a sleek one-lens option for distant and...
1 — 16 of 448 items

Pages

Close

Close

Close