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Here are ten photography tutorials that'll fill you with tips and ideas for shooting during the autumn - with the orange shades of the leaves, it's a really pretty season for photos.

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Meike Global has introduced a new 35mm f/1.7 manual focus lens for the Nikon Z50 camera which is also compatible with the Z5, Z6 and Z7 full-frame mirrorless cameras.

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We've reviewed a number of impressive smartphones and we've soon come to realise that you don't need to spend a fortune to get a great smartphone for photography. So, with this in mind, here's are our top mid-range choices that aren't too expensive.

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The Sigma 85mm f/1.4 DG DN Art is a new lens from Sigma that's designed to be used with full-frame mirrorless cameras so John Riley's paired it with the Sony A7R II to find out how it performs.

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One Man

Emptiness can be a powerful thing, it exaggerates the isolation of a subject, and when applied to people says something about their relationship with the world. This one image is the most extreme example from my pictures, showing just one man potenti...

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Little and large

Heading off for a few nights way from home, I decided to pack both my widest (14mm) and longest (500mm) lenses. And, as a technical exercise, I decided to take them out today and shoehorn them into my shooting, somewhere. I needn't have worried. Fi...

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The End of Civilisation?

Plastic. No, not the prevalance of plastic, but the death of plastic. I read in this morning's paper that work was progressing on enymes that eat away plastic, which in the right context might be a great idea. All that plastic in the oceans could be ...

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Models - Clare

It's a while since I've seen Clare, but she was one of our models for ADAPS shoots around ten years ago, always happy to follow direction and always impeccable in appearance. I'm picking out now a few images of Clare as from time to time I plan to fe...


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The bespoke-manufactured Car-Boot Box is a boot tidy that will keep photography kit safe, secure and easily accessible.

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We round-up the best budget smartphones for photography - The best budget camera phones with a good camera, under £300 sim-free.

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Take a look at the new Advanced Colour Grading feature coming soon to Lightroom, Lightroom Classic and Adobe Camera Raw that replaces the Split Toning tool.

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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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Amazon Prime Day 2020 begins on 13 October 2020 but for those bargain hunters, there are a few early Prime Day Deals you can take advantage of from today.

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Mark your calendars people! Amazon Prime Day will be returning next month with two-days of events taking place on 13 and 14 October!

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