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Nikon has released Webcam software for a number of DSLRs and Mirrorless cameras from Nikon, including the Nikon D5600, D850, and the Z50, Z6 and Z7, plus more.

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Irix has launched a new travel case to protect your Irix square glass filters when out on the road.

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Meike has introduced a new autofocus prime lens for the Nikon F-mount that has a focal length of 85mm and an f/1.8 aperture.

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40 Years of Adventure

It was 1980 when we held a weekend event and were shown how to play Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. It sort of clicked with us and forty years on, the adventure is still continuing. We still take part perhaps one or two nights a week and spend happy hou...

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Something old, something new

It’s a minimal blog day – at short notice, a chance to photograph a burlesque troupe in a gentlemen’s club… So I’m off for a two hour drive there, four hours of shooting, and two hours back. Three models, who I’ve photographed before – look in my p...

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Spaces

We go on holiday, sometimes in quite small cottages, and when we return home the first thing that hits us is a sense of space. The house just seems bigger than our cramped vacation. So I was thinking about this and wondered how many images I could la...

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Portraits and processing

[photo] ‘Bend me, shape me – any way you want me’ as the song has it… Now, some of you who know me may feel that I don’t edit images as much as you think I ought to: I know that looking at portraits on Ephotozine over the years I’ve seen a few that ...

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