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Here are a few quick tips on looking for, and photographing, patterns in architecture found in towns and cities.

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Fujifilm UK has today announced a consolidation of its Photo Imaging, Electronic Imaging and Optical Devices business divisions and as a result, some staff will be losing their jobs.

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Here are a range of DSLR cameras ideal for starting out in photography - they're budget-friendly, easy to use and still offer lots of pro features. If you want to give photography a go while in lockdown, one of these will be a great place to start.

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Micro Four Thirds fan David Thorpe has been reflecting on 2020 which even with all of its challenges was still a good year for those who use the MFT system.

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John Riley reviews the new Sigma 65mm f/2 DG DN Contemporary lens for E-mount and L-mount mirrorless cameras.

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Statues can be found in every town and, unlike people, they don't move which makes them the perfect subject for someone new to photography.

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With the help of Eclipse HDR software, you can create really great high dynamic imagery and for a limited time, you can receive a 60% discount when you buy Eclipse HDR Pro.

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Manual Exposure Mode

With today's sophisticated metering systems and automation, Manual exposure may be seen as arcane but it still has its advantages. Long ago, before The Beatles entered the Charts, Manual exposure was the only exposure mode avilable. Many view it as ...

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[photo] Given that I specialise somewhat in photographing female nudes, itís been a significant constraint on this blog that thereís been no way to lock out non-members of EPZ, junior members, and those who have chosen not to see nude images. However...

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Putting things off

[photo] Do you procrastinate? Do you keep finding excuses not to do something that you know is inevitable, like tax returns or visiting the dentist? Often, itís not the logic of sorting something out that convinces, but a friend saying that itíll be ...

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Widening our view of the world - the Fish-eye Lens

Yesterday I was looking at the history of Pentax in the development of the fish-eye lens, and although there were other fish-eyes before the Takumar the key development was the enablement of using such a lens without having to use a tripod and lock u...


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Lexar has appointed Transcontinenta UK Ltd as their official and exclusive distributor for the UK and Ireland.

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Improve your landscape shots from the comfort of your own home with the help of LandscapePro. Plus, save an extra 20% when you purchase the software this week.

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Find out who has won a 32GB MicroSD card with SD adapter courtesy of Samsung in our latest Daily competition challenges.

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An Architecture shot with a clever abstract twist has been crowned our 'Photo of the Week' on ePz.

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Samyang has announced the new full-frame 14mm T3.1 MK3 VDSLR wide-angle lens, available in a wide range of lens mounts.

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If you're going to be buying a new tripod, we've put together a list of the essential things you should be looking for in a good tripod.

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Your home is brimming with photographic potential, you just have to open your eyes and use your imagination.

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