Photography Features

In this section you'll find photographic features that explore holidays and photography courses, details about members meetings, trials and tribulations of installing new software along with general discussions on the art and business of photography.

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Photographer David Hemmings tells us all about the camera shutter.

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David Clapp's reflections on state of the art compacts.

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Full time pro photography is a great business but a demanding, and at the moment, financially challenging one.

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Here Uzair Kharawala tells us about his experience with the Nikon D3x.

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The Disabled Photographers' Society was set up to help photographers who have a disability and now they are working with ePHOTOzine to see what they think about the cameras out there on the market.

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As well as an entertaining day out, an Airshow also provides a great but photographically challenging subject. Here's how the Pentax K20D can make the event much easier.

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Peter Bargh takes his Pentax *ist D for a makeover and has it converted into an Infrared digital SLR. No filters, no long exposures, no worries - Infrared photography made easy!

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Rebecca Bradley rounds up the latest portable storage devices and offers a guide to what is on the market and the features you need to look for.

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With Digital Photo Frames becoming ever popular and the market increasing rapidly, it's hard to know which one to choose, so we've devised this guide to let you know exactly what you need to look for.

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High Dynamic Range images are a fairly recent subject matter. It is fair to say that HDR should be an area of Photography all to itself. In case you, the reader are not familiar with HDR, Sam Zaydel will be sure to give a recap.

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A short explanation of how we test lenses.

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The pixel war is becoming more and more confusing. Ian Andrews sheds some light on the difference between image sensors and what you can expect from each.

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