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Here are a few tips on photography in an Arboretum. With trees all around and wildlife and flowers abundant, there's no excuse not to break the camera out!

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Tech leader James Bilefield is the new chair of MPB, the world's largest platform for used photo and video equipment.

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John Riley has combined the Panasonic Lumix S 24mm f/1.8 with the 24MP full-frame Panasonic Lumix S5 to find out how it performs.

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The Panasonic S 85mm f/1.8 is a keenly priced lens with promising specs so John Riley's been putting it to the test to find out just how good it is at capturing images.

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Meike has introduced its second Super35-Prime Cine Lens to the world which is available in EF or PL mounts.

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John Riley has been putting the Voigtlander 35mm f/1.2 Nokton X lens through its paces on the Fujifilm X-S10 to find out how it performs.

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Learn how to capture beams of light bursting through trees, creating atmospheric and fairytale-like imagery in just a few steps.

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John Riley has been capturing images with the Nikkor Z 28mm f/2.8 SE wide-angle lens on the Nikon Z fc and Nikon Z 7 II to find out how picture quality stands up.

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Southwold Harbour

This week I am on holiday in Suffolk, so my Sunday morning walk with the dog was a circular walk around Southwold Common and Southwold Harbour. Still keeping to square format black and white images with no post processing. [photo] The walk started ...

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  •  27 Sep 2021
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52 for 2021 Week 38 The Devil's Frying Pan

This week, Mrs T and I, joined by our friend Jonathan, once again set off on our Dartmoor excursion which was was done again over 2 days but for a different reason. I took some shots during the first day’s recce and the weather was forecast for simil...

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  •  26 Sep 2021
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Depth of Field (the Illusion)

It's something we often talk about but does it exist? Is it Scotch mist or the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? A video I recently came across on YouTube set me thinking. It basically said that depth of field is an illusion. And in fact illusi...

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  •  25 Sep 2021
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Retro is Cool

Having mention Dr Who yesterday I recalled an image of Matt Smith saying "Fezes are cool" and just transposed that thought onto the Nikon Zfc. Sue and I were especially taken by its cute design and it makes great images too, hence a very favourable r...

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We're putting the new Vanguard VEO 3T 265HCBP travel tripod to the test which also functions as a support for smartphoneograpgghers or vloggers.

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An Osprey taking off with a Trout grasped in its talons has won our 'Photo of the Week' accolade.

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You can now buy inPixio's most popular photo editing software as a money-saving bundle where you can save 69% on the normal RRP.

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Regatta is giving you the chance to save 15% off their entire range of clothing, shoes and more with our discount code.

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Here are 8 essential mountain photography tips, including how to stay safe and getting the best out of your camera.

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Anthropics are giving ePHOTOzine members the chance to save 20% extra when purchasing Landscape Pro which is already discounted by 50% (download version only).

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