Richard Grech

Richard Grech

As a father of young triplets, Richard Grech has his hands full. But, as a photography enthusiast and one of Digital Trends' experts, he wastes no time capturing their every moment with his always-on camera. As someone who knows the ins-and-outs of a DSLR, Richard shares his valuable camera knowledge with DT readers.

Canon PowerShot SX280 HS Review

The Canon Powershot SX280 HS is the latest in Canon’s SX line of megazooms and it comes with a slew of nice features. For a user looking for an advanced point-and-shoot with a…

  • Pros: Powerful 20x zoom , Sharp images in well-lit/daylight…
  • Cons: Poor placement of built-in flash , Noisy at high ISO…

Nikon 1 J3 Review

The Nikon 1 J3 is the latest in the Nikon 1 mirroless interchangeable lens camera (ILC) lineup. It features a 14.2-megapixel sensor, 10-30mm kit lens, and a light, stylish, and…

  • Pros: Light, compact stylish design , Great 3-inch 921k-Dot LCD…
  • Cons: Average lens (10-30mm f/3.5-5.6) , Lower quality images at…

Canon trickles down pro-level features to new Vixia HF G30 consumer camcorder

With user-friendly features like Wi-Fi and MP4 video capture, Canon's new flagship Vixia HF G30 camcorder may be designed for the consumer, but there are plenty of professional-level specs to satisfy amateur videographers, too.


Change your glass, change your shot: Getting started with interchangeable lenses

The beauty of cameras like DSLRs are the interchangeable lenses, which can open up a whole new world of photography. If you're new to this world of advanced photography, our quick guide will help you pick the right lens for the job.


Photos coming out underexposed? Use the EV compensation tool to enhance images

An often overlooked feature in digital cameras can help easily brighten your images when they come out too dark, all with a press of a button. Here's how to use the exposure compensation feature.


There’s a dimly lit moon out tonight, but Canon’s new CMOS sensor can see it just fine

With a pixel surface area that's nearly eight times larger than conventional sensors, Canon's new CMOS sensor is able to record video in extreme darkness, like a dark sky illuminated by a crescent moon.


Photographer takes copyright infringement case to the Web, gets DKNY to pay up

After being called out for using copyright images in a store display without permission, clothing company DKNY admits to wrongdoing and has agreed to compensate photographer Brandon Stanton with a charitable donation on his behalf.


Not so fast, laser, there’s a speedier inkjet that just arrived in town

HP unveiled the new Officejet Pro X series of inkjet printers, which are the fastest desktop printers available. Using a new print head technology, these printers are twice as fast as laser models.


Blame the Bayer filter for your camera’s poor low-light performance, says Panasonic

A new technology developed by Panasonic called "micro color splitters" would double the color sensitivity of image sensors in cameras, without the need to alter existing manufacturing techniques.


Tamron joins the Micro Four Thirds party with company’s first-ever lens

Tamron is developing a 14-150mm zoom lens that's compatible for cameras utilizing the Micro Four Thirds camera system.


Is Google’s latest patent another nail in the point-and-shoot camera coffin?

A patent for a multiple LED smartphone camera flash system was recently awarded to Google. Could this new weapon signal the end of point-and-shoot cameras?


Stop-motion video: Putting your Lego men to work

Want to learn how to create stop-motion animation with your digital camera? Get yourself a box of Legos. Here's how to get started.


Pentax goes completely outdoors at 2013 CP+ with new rugged cameras

Three new Pentax rugged cams feature back-illuminated CMOS sensors, in addition to being waterproof and shockproof.


Redesigned Google Images enhances search experience with new layout and increased speed

With an inline layout and detailed metadata, Google Images' new search feature makes the experience quicker and more efficient.


Houston Center for Photography’s iPhone course raises the question, ‘is it art?’

The Houston Center for Photography is offering a course on how to take photos with an iPhone, but critics are crying foul, saying it's not "art."