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We have some city photography advice to share with you today that will ensure you're armed with all of the advice you need for a successful shoot in your local town.

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John Riley reviews the new Samyang MF 85mm f/1.4 MK2 full-frame prime lens designed for Canon and Nikon DSLRs, plus a wide-range of other cameras.

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Skylum have released a new update for Luminar, bringing a photo search function, 500px integration and stability and performance improvements.

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MPB is an industry leader in buying and selling used camera kit and they always buy your used cameras from you with cash or, alternatively, you can trade-in for a newer model.

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Meike has announced that the manual focus Meike 35mm f/1.4 lens is now available in Z-Mount.

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Here are ten top ways to photograph trees this summer and throughout the rest of the year when snow covers the ground or when the burnt colours of autumn fill the woods.

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Extraordinary Portraits

Extraordinary as opposed to the usual, today I'm looking at doing different things to images of people. Sometimes this involves the end result certainly not being an exact likeness..... An infra-red image of JD, shot on Kodak High Speed Infrared fil...

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Fly

I quite often see pics of flies in the gallery. They're pretty ugly things, but this one was just sitting around yesterday so I grabbed it while I could. [photo]

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Porcelain

[photo] This is all about a processing technique that I learned from a modelís partner: so thank you Dan, for sending me a link that has served me very well for several years. Also thanks are due to George, whose comment on my gallery post yesterday ...

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Cruising to Norway No More

Well no cruising for a while it would seem, so a few memories of the time we went across the North Sea to Norway. It was delightful, from gorgeous sunsets across the water to interesting places to evenings on board listening to string quartets whilst...


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The Nikon School in the UK will now have a permanent online presence as it will be closing its physical school doors.

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A coastal landscape captured in Iceland has been awarded ePHOTOzine's 'Photo of the Week' accolade this week.

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Read our review of the Fujifilm X-T4, Fujifilm's flagship X-Mount camera, with 26mp APS-C sensor, built-in 5-axis image stabilisation, a vari-angle touch-screen, and improved battery life.

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Blur gets a bad rep but for making subjects 'pop' and when you want to create a sense of speed, it can actually be a really useful thing to feature in your photos.

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While you're out and about, at the coast or on your foreign holiday snap a few signs as they can make a really interesting collection of images.

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Here are 6 reasons why you should try to use vertical lines in your images as well as a few tips on how to use them to make the most impact in your shots.

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