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Camera lens hoods in photography might seem a simple thing, but they're a really great tool that some overlook so here are a few tips on using these basic tools so you can get the best results from your photography.

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Sony has announced the new FE 14mm f/1.8 G Master prime lens, the lens is said to delivery extraordinary resolution, beautiful bokeh, and quiet autofocus. Quiet autofocus will be of particular interest to those who want to use the lens for video.

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Introducing the newest, tiniest member of the Polaroid family: the Polaroid Go camera which is portable and wearable.

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SmugMug is giving photographers the chance to save 15% when they subscribe and there's also a 14-day free trial available.

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Learn how to shoot flowers in a way that'll make your shots stand out from the crowd and you don't have to venture far for this tutorial either as you can take flowers out of your own garden and photograph them in your home.

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Mastering eroticism

[photo] I’ll admit that the task set for the remaining competitors in Master of Photography on Sky Arts last week was a tough one, even for someone accustomed to taking pictures of naked bodies: three images to depict ‘eroticism’. And in many ways, a...

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Poor Light?

What do we mean by 'poor light'? I guess most people, even some photographers, would take that to mean low levels of illumination. At best misguided, at worst woefully inaccurate. Light is the lifeblood of photography, as without light there would b...

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The World Awakes

It's been an odd week, with many unexpected turns and a bit of an emotional roller-coaster for everyone following the sudden death of Brother-in-law Mark at just 52 years old. Elsewhere, Coronavirus is receding slowly, I hope, and everywhere the worl...

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Scum of the earth?

[photo] As so many people keep saying, times have changed. When I was a lad, Victor Blackman wrote a column in Amateur Photographer every week, and I suppose Cameravaria, as it was called, was part of the inspiration for my blog. Each week, a few sho...

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Take a different look at everyday objects and see what numbers and letters you can see in them. This is a fun challenge you can try at home, around your town or much further afield!

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The UK coast is a great place for a spot of photography as there's everything from lobster pots to sweeping seascapes to capture. With so much choice, we thought we'd focus our attention on lighthouses as these majestic objects are real gems that make for great photos.

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Is there such thing as the right light and weather when it comes to getting outdoors with your camera? Well, the quick answer is 'no' as you'll find out in this article which focuses on weather and lighting.

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Fujifilm and OneVision want to show you the difference high-quality prints make to how your photos look and are offering three free prints to prove it.

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