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Most of us use bridges every single day and while it is true that many - big and small, old and new - of them aren’t worth photographing, there are a great many that are extremely photogenic as John Duder's been finding out.

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We put the 61mp Sony Alpha A7R IV through its paces to find out just how well this full-frame mirrorless camera can perform. It gives high-resolution images, but are they any good? Find out in our full review.

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ON1 Photo RAW 2020 is described as ON1 as an 'all-in-one photo workflow solution' and it's now available for purchase.

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In this lighting tutorial, we'll go over the basics of how to create moody portraits with just one light source.

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We've got 9 lighting hacks to share with you which you can use the next time you're capturing portraits.

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It's Malibu Monday!

- "Guess who's back." - "No. Guess who's bad." - "Ship! Stupidity squared." - "Defo, wife-0." (read wife-aww) =============== strange dream... How did I get hold of one psychology book of my ex with a note saying: "4,032m...blurred memory... Miss. T...

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Black and White Photography (Part III)

Last time I looked at some of the reasons for choosing monochrome. Now I'll look at some aspects to consider when creating your image. As colour became more popular and cheaper, due in part to the growth in package holidays with tourists wishing to ...

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A Warm Afternoon at Biddulph Grange

With a couple of hours spare, we found ourselves in the vicinity of Biddulph Grange Gardens, a National Trust property. Along with the adjoining Biddulph Grange Country Park, this used to be a part of the Biddulph Grange Estate. The gardens were goin...

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Check out this lens you can fill with liquid coming with a shutter and aperture unit, and a DIY medium-format camera made from sustainable cardboard.

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Laowa have announced pricing and availablility for their 17mm f/1.8 lens which we got hands-on with at Photokina 2018.

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Irix have announced a new Cine lens, the 45mm T1.5, which will be the third full-frame cine lens suitable for shooting with 8K Ultra HD cameras.

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Here's 6 items in your kitchen that can be used as subjects or as photographic accessories to improve your shots.

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Long Valley Books have released a new photography guidebook focusing on the North Yorkshire coast as well as the North York Moors.

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