Canon EOS 60D

DSLR Dilemma: Canon EOS 60D or new full-frame EOS 6D?

Just how I contemplated upgrading to a 5D Mark II (and then the Mark III) I realize that the benefits over something like the EOS 60D probably don't warrant the incremental outlay.

DSLR Dilemma: Canon Rebel T4i or EOS 60D?

For many, the T4i is clearly the better choice. And it's $100 less expensive to boot!
Canon EOS 60D - Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4

Dusk in the Valley – Dramatic highlights with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4

Before and after example shot with a Canon EOS 60D.
a57 vs. 60D

Sony Alpha a57 DSLR: Does it crush the Canon EOS 60D?

The a57 can shoot much faster than my EOS 60D: 10 fps. vs. 5.3 fps. Ouch, that's a big difference. Should I dump the 60D in favor of the a57?
Loreto Bay nature video

Baby Hummingbirds (video)

A mom and her two baby hummingbirds in a nest in Loreto Bay. Shot with a Canon EOS 60D DSLR camera and 18-200mm lens.
DSLR Video

DSLR Filmmaking: 3 Tips for Shooting Better Video

Audio is just as important as the footage. So at minimum buy a Rode Videomic (I have one on my Canon EOS 60D about 95% of the time), or if your budget allows, step up to the Rode NTG-1.
Loreto, Baja California Sur

Hummingbird Nest with Eggs (in Photos)

Sure enough, when I brought the 60D back inside, there was a layer of dirt all over the casing, on the lens. A momentary bit of shock ensues, but I always smile to myself because the risk is totally worth it.
Show with Canon EOS 60D DSLR

Baja Sunset – Canon EOS 60D Time-lapse (Video)

Because I'm on the road and away from the i7/Premiere Pro studio I grudgingly had to use iMovie on my MBP 13 to cut the thing together. This, as many will know, is an exercise in futility. iMovie brings the Mac to its knees.
DSLR photos

Revealed: Canon EOS 5D Mark III (photos)

The 5D Mark III specs are almost -- almost -- enough to make me stand next to the Grape Crusher in Napa and scream out, "Epic who?!"
Adobe Lightroom 4

Hands-on: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Beta (looking good!)

The results I've been able to achieve with Lightroom 4 in just a few weeks of casual testing have, for lack of a better expression, blown me away. Granted, I'm not looking to land the next American Photo or Life magazine cover.