Hillary K. Grigonis

Hillary K. Grigonis

Hillary never planned on becoming a photographer—and then she was handed a camera at her first writing job and she's been writing with one hand and shooting with the other ever since. At Hillary K Photography, she works as a wedding and portrait photographer. When she's not writing or shooting, she's trying to keep up with two kids, collecting film cameras, unplugging outdoors, reading or traveling.

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Leicas are never cheap, but the M-E sacrifices little and costs half as much

Drooling over that iconic red circle logo, but don't have a big budget? The Leica M-E is the most affordable rangefinder in the M series. Despite the entry-level price point, the M-E even offers performance improvements.
Photography

Create apocalyptic A.I. world with this camera app that removes people from pics

What would the shots in your camera roll look like without any people? Bye Bye Camera is a new iOS app that uses artificial intelligence to remove all people from the photo., but it's not designed for practical applications.
Photography

Sandmarc crams cinematic video flare into a tiny iPhone anamorphic lens

Looking for some unique flare for your iPhone videos? The Sandmarc iPhone Anamorphic lens captures a wider aspect ratio, oval bokeh, and horizontal flare. The new iPhone lens, designed for video, uses a clip or case-style attachment.
Apple

Good news for Mac photographers — Lightroom now available from Mac App Store

Getting your hands on a copy of Adobe Lightroom CC just got a bit simpler for Mac users. The popular photo-editing app launched on the Mac App Store today, allowing photo editors to skip ordering from Adobe and go right to the App Store.
Product Review

The Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S redefines sharp -- but is it worth the cost?

Nikon’s new mirrorless cameras now have a bright, versatile workhorse zoom that can be used without an adapter. Here's how the Nikkor Z 24-70mm f/2.8 S stacks up -- and whether it's worth $2,300.
Photography

Go go gadget camera! Lensbaby’s Omni lens filter is worthy of Inspector Gadget

Holding a prism in front of your lens has become a popular way to create in-camera effects, but it's not always practical. Lensbaby's Omni uses a pair of magnetic arms to hold different effect wands over the lens, freeing up your hands.