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Sony has today introduced a new addition to its full-frame lens lineup with the arrival of the FE 12-24mm F2.8 GM and they have sample photos to share, too.

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The Pixii digital rangefinder is now available to buy, and is compatible with M-Mount lenses. Pixii has shared a number of sample photos, and further details on the camera.

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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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We take a look at inPixio Photo Studio software, which offers a comprehensive collection of features with a beginner-friendly outlook. Let's see how it performs.

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We round-up the best photographic deals from Amazon, including deals on cameras, lenses, memory cards, smartphones, and other accessories. Updated regularly.

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We put the Motorola Moto G Pro to the test - with a price tag of under £300, just how good is it? We find out here.

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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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Learn to shoot in summer sunlight so your images look as good as the real thing.

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Prism in the light path!

[photo] This blog owes a lot to mistere, who not only suggested the topic, but has made a suggestion on a one-day workshop into a bit of a personal specialism. The pictures of models are his. But here goes with some thoughts on using prisms and other...

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Books! Books! Books!

There's something about real books, apart from not needing batteries to read them. The texture of the paper, the smell, the whole experience is something that can't be replicated on an iPad. So when we travel to stately homes I can't resist the secon...

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Putting myself in the picture

[photo] Yesterday’s lockdown hair selfie had led me to reflect on photographers in front of the camera – not least because of the number of members of this site who (to put it bluntly) really don’t like being photographed. To some extent, I can unde...

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  •  6 Jul 2020
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And Out Into The Big Wide World

Just a few hours ago, we dusted off the cameras, found the rainproof jackets, fired up the car and away Sue and I went for a practice photoshoot with Charlotte and Lissy, along with NeilWigan and his wife Joan. It was great to be able to get out and ...


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David Thorpe has been putting the Meike 3.5mm f/2.8 Circular Fisheye Lens to the test, which is designed for Micro Four Thirds Systems. Find out what he thinks about this reasonably priced lens in his latest video review.

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Mitsubishi Electric has introduced an improved PhotoPrintMe Wall experience for shops to install and use so customers can order prints safely and contactless-free if they want to.

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A strong, eye-catching black & white image of a young man has been crowned our 'Photo of the Week' winner.

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We take a look at the Nokia 5.3, Nokia's latest smartphone featuring a 13 megapixel quad camera with ultra-wide and macro options, as well as a 2-day battery life.

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Before you head off on holiday with your camera have a read of ePz's travel photography tips to improve the shots you capture while away.

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Laowa has unveiled three new Cine lenses for MFT, Super 35 and full-frame cinema cameras - 7.5mm, 9mm and 15mm optics.

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Enhance patterns and add interest to your photos with horizontal lines which you can find almost anywhere when you really look.

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