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Samsung has launched its first folding smartphone, aptly called the Galaxy Fold, featuring a 7.3-inch Infinity Flex Display and 6 lenses to capture the action no matter how you use the phone. There are 3 on the back, two in the middle and one on the front.

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Samsung has announced the Galaxy S10 smartphone, available in 4 size variants and featuring a triple camera system including an ultra-wide lens. The lineup also includes a 5G compatible model.

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Learn how to shoot HDR images manually and with a built-in HDR mode.

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MASV is a file sharing/sending product which, according to the product creators, offers 8X faster transfer speeds than Dropbox and they have a new version available today.

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We take a look at the Lowepro Freeline BP350 AW and Lowepro ProTactic BP350 AW II backpacks.

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Charlie Waite, one of the world's leading landscape photographers, has been named as an Olympus mentor in the company's centenary year.

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The Xiaomi Mi 9 flagship smartphone arrives very soon and Xiaomi CEO, Lei Jun, has revealed more about the 48MP smartphone.

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The new range of Moto G7 smartphones are now available to pre-order in the UK, including the Moto G7 with dual camera.

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Waterfalls

So yesterday was a quick trip to the nearby Golitha Falls following on from the Photo Month subject of waterfalls. Though motion blur can be a marmite subject, I love the sense of motion of water that it creates. To show the effects of shutter speed...

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Back to Normal?

Hope I'm not tempting fate, but Frostie's now had all his inoculations and treatments for various things, and hopefully we can now put the cat carrier away for a year. Some hope, but fingers crossed. Here he is under his favourite table with his toy...

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  •  2019-02-20 12:07:13
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opinions

Why are lenses a sports competition? that is a question i should have asked in any discussion involving any lens, good or bad, does not matter. a multitude of other questions all spring up just as quickly if there is something, then there should ...

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A Beginning

I'll try to post a few times a week, this time to give a little bit of background into how I started out into photography and where my interest has led me. This has informed my choices in the type of kit I use and how I use it So, in the beginning, ...

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