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Here you will find information about how to improve your pictures over time. I aim to provide you with information about how to shoot a better picture. This does not necessarily mean you will need more or different equipment than you already have. What you most likely need is awareness. This is your guide to it.

Enjoying macro with the Kiron 105mm f2.8

I have not posted a blog for a while but have been busy at least taking pictures. My father just gave a number of his old Pentax mount lenses to keep or sell and I though...
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Throught the woods - lightroom presets

Disclaimer: I was asked to give a brief review in exchange for a free sample of the product. This is my honest opinion of the product and is in no shape way or form influ...
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Testing adapted and native lenses on the EM5 mark II

I recently had the pleasure of receiving two adapters for my m4/3 camera. One for playing around with my Nikon mount lenses and one for 2 screw mount (M42) lenses I had f...
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Hanoi: A brief tour

Crossing the street in Hanoi is a gamble. Lights have no meaning and motorcycles zoom an inch from your nose as you try to make sense of who has priority. Everyone is the...
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EM5 Mark II - a review/user experience of the new player in town

I was contemplating getting a new camera for a while now. Mostly because I had two concerns. My D300 was getting heavy for all my travel photography and second because I...
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Selling your photo gear

Here I was with an old camera that I kept for way too long had depreciated so much I wasn't sure anyone would want it. I have sold many things on ebay or gumtree but my c...
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The crop factor controversy or why it doesn't matter what you're shooting

Cameras these days come in all shapes and sizes and if there is one thing that makes me cringe is the 35mm equivalence argument. First off one thing to get out of the way...
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Fuji X100S support for Lightroom 5.4

I have had the Fuji X100S for some time now and one thing that frustrated me was the lack of support from Lightroom. Adobe has taken a long time to bring any sort of lens...
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Prime vs Zoom lenses

If you are new to photography you might be asking yourself why buy a prime lens and limit myself when I can buy a zoom lens and cover a lot more distance without having t...
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Relationship between ISO, aperture and shutter speed

Have you ever wondered how to achieve the perfect picture that has the correct exposure? It should not be a complicated matter, but the truth is it might give you a heada...
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