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Long time no chat! Hello! I’ve been digging about for products that are currently on my radar that I wanted to tell you about! I’ve posted previously about Kickstarter stuff, the last time... See full article

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Sigmas DP Merrill Cameras Compared World-Beating Image Quality In Compact Bodies

Sigma, known mainly to photographers for their affordable lenses, recently caused quite a stir among discerning photographers. How? By building three compact cameras around the incredible sensor taken... See full article

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Getting off Auto Manual, Aperture and Shutter Priority modes explained

You may have heard that once you get a DSLR you need to learn to shoot in manual and only ever use that mode. That if you are using the Aperture or Shutter Priority you’re cheating and if you wa... See full article

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The Largest Mobile Camera in the World Ian Ruhters Wet Plate Photography

Some of you who follow the blog and chasejarvisLIVE probably remember Ian Ruhter from last year’s season finale of the show. I wanted to let y’all know that Ian’s Silver and Light Pr... See full article

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Win $15,000 From Burn Magazine. Emerging Photographers Apply HERE.

Need a little more change in the pocket (or a lot)? If you’re doing top-notch work, you may be in luck because Burn Magazine is giving away $15,000 in grants for three photographers. Called the ... See full article

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Photo Kickstarter o the Week The Supraflux Video Camera Stabilizer with Brake

I’m loving the photo related projects that are popping up on kickstarter these days. I get 4-5 emails per week from people pimping their projects. Some of them suck. Some are fun. Others are dow... See full article

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Lens Hoods: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know

Phil Steele recently released a good video on the topic of Lens Hoods that I thought readers might enjoy. It covers everything from the why, when, and how of using Lens Hoods. Just a reminder – ... See full article

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Sony Cyber-Shot RX1 Review

When reviewing this camera’s direct predecessor, the RX100, I remarked that Sony’s claim it was “The best pocket camera ever made” was a bit steep. Part of my scepticism was th... See full article

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The Great Gura Gear Giveaway! (Podcast 365)

Following episode 358 when I walked you through the Gura Gear 32L Bataflae camera backpack, today I’m really happy to tell you that with the help of Gura Gear, we are giving away three great pri... See full article

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Samsung Galaxy Review

As a fan of the Mac I find it hard to avoid news of the constant sniping, litigation and general blazing that is going on between Apple and Samsung over alleged patent infringements, new developments,... See full article

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Follow Me: A Mysterious Beauty Leads You Around the World with Photographs

Murad Osmann has put a really solid spin on the traditional “vacation album”. Already picked up by... See full article

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Quickly toggle Ai Servo Focus on the Canon 5D Mark III

Here’s a quick tip for Canon 5D MkIII users. If you don’t use this camera, this tip probably isn’t very helpful for you. Instead you might be interested to read about how I shot the ... See full article

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Nikon D5200 Review

No matter what your ambitions or skill level are, this camera could arguably be an ideal option for many when it comes down to plonking the plastic on the counter or tapping the computer key to order ... See full article

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Let Go of Fear and Find Your Art Without Failure, We Dont Know Success

Death Do Us Part from Ian Ruhter : Alchemist on Vimeo. In six short years, my friend Ian Ruhter lost some of the closest people in his life. This video is about finding the strength to move on from th... See full article

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Nikon 1 V2 Review

Straight out of the box I have to say the Nikon 1 V2 is the sexiest camera I’ve ever wrapped my mitts around. In ivory, with a finish reminiscent of a highly polished car’s enamel, the cam... See full article

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Transparent Cameras Photo Gallery of X-Rayed Cameras

In the shuffle of airport security I like to sneak a peek over the shoulder of the TSA agent and catch a glimpse of my gear as it moves through the X-ray. Shaving kit, headphones, a book, my ipad and ... See full article

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Wireless Cameras Are The Future Whats in it for You?

I’ve been banging on the doors, windows, and faces of camera manufacturers for years about this one having long found value in the idea, “What good is a picture if you can’t share it... See full article

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Sony NEX-6 Review

I usually start a review of a camera like this straight after brekky, while I’m fresh, with an uncluttered mind. But sometimes it seems I would have been better off by kicking off with a clutter... See full article

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Synology DS1512+ NAS review

Hello there! I’d just finishedwritingthis Synology 1512+ review and subsequently deleted it all… Why, you ask? Well – I have a bit of a history in I.T. and as such, found myself ... See full article

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Canon EOS 6D Hands-ON Canon Giveth, Canon Taketh Away

It seems our exploratory swim in the waters of full-frame DSLRs is far from complete. With the ink from his recent reviews of the D600 and the mirrorless Panasonic GH3 still drying, I asked my homie B... See full article

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Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7 Review

It seems to me that the fixed lens, compact camera game has spawned two sub species: ultra long zoom models and those with ultra fast lenses to some they’re called ‘bright’. The ... See full article

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100 Ideas that Changed Photography

Every so often, I am reminded of the tectonic shifts in photography that seem to skip under the radar in our exploding world of photography and photographers. No harm, no foul — but it snaps my ... See full article

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Pentax X-5 Review

After unpacking this long-awaited camera my first impression of the Pentax X-5 was that it looked startlingly like a DSLR! Prominent speed grip, big lens, eyepiece, same feel. But it is of course a br... See full article

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Sony NEX-5R Review

Now here’s another one: a deliciously tiny, mirrorless, interchangeable lens camera that can almost replace many DSLRs on themarket. Sony was one of the early entrants in this game and, in typic... See full article

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Canon EOS M Review

It was late on the scene but its arrival still surprised many. After all, it is four years since Panasonic appeared with the first model in this guise. Canon’s first MILC (Mirrorless Interchange... See full article

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