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John Riley has been putting the Nikkor Z 20mm f/1.8 S wide-angle lens to the test to see how the latest edition to the Nikon Z S-Line performs.

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A seascape bursting with energy that was captured on the South West coast of England has won ePHOTOzine's 'Photo of the Week' accolade.

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As it's Saint David's Day, we thought we'd kick the month off with 17 tips to help you perfect your Daffodil shots.

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Here are a few basic but really useful flower photography tips to help you capture that perfect shot of a Snowdrop.

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Back to Skool

I've been reading the blogs for a while and commented on a couple but never really thought about writing my own. Today I thought I'd have a go and give an insight into the strange isolated world I inhabit. (I've been more or less living the lifestyle...

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Digging into the archives again

[photo] I found an old-style Kodak slide box a few days ago: at first I assumed that it contained some of my early efforts with Kodachrome because it was the older-style cardboard box. I was wrong, and Iíve scanned all the pictures over the interveni...

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Getting down and dirty

I took some photographs recently of some crocus in the garden. Because I wanted some extreme close up shots, I had to get down on my knees, supporting the camera on a tabletop tripod made for a small compact camera, and severely under-qualified for ...

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More Derelict Chapels

Today we were at Atherton Cemetery, and there are two derelict chapels. It must be something about Wigan Council, but all the chapels in all the cemeteries seem to have been abandoned. We have been inside this one, by arrangement, some years ago, but...

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We share our essential tips on photographing the interesting detail you find on churches castles and other tall structures.

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When purchasing select ColorChecker photo products you can also save 50% on an Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan (20GB).

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We have a look at the best selling SD and MicroSD memory cards available, so you can find the best deal for you.

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Sony has announced a new firmware update, V2.0, for the Sony Alpha A7S III, that allows users to use S-Cinetone(TM), the advanced cinematic colour science for richer tonal reproduction.

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Ricoh has announced three new versions of Pentax FA Limited lenses, for full-frame K-Mount Pentax SLRs. All three lenses feature a new Pentax HD coating designed to minimise light reflections and ghosting, as well as a rounded diaphragm.

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Say goodbye to forced grins and say hello to the fun and laughter found on an outdoor shoot.

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If you're looking for a new monitor to improve your photo viewing experience, as well as your photo editing, then have a look at some of the best-selling monitors for photography in 2021. We've found options for all budgets.

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