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The Billingham 225 Camera Bag Review

So last week I got rather excited when UPS dropped a package on the office doorstep, like all photographers, whether you’re an amateur or pro, we all love new kit. Firstly, a big thank you to BIllingham Bags for sending across the 225 camera bag which is part of the 5 series collection. For anyone […]

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Lightroom, Capture One and Olympus

I’ve had some concerns about the sharpness of the images from the Olympus. I felt there was a touch too much noise, adding an ever so slight but very annoying blur to the images. Although every other aspect of the camera is great, I was starting to doubt whether the speed, portability and weather proofing […]

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From Full Frame to Micro Four Thirds

  My photography gear has evolved quite a bit over the years. While size is the most obvious difference, that is only a portion of the story. My path is likely quite different from others you may have read. For me, a bigger sensor wasn’t the marker of a great camera. The real a-ha moment […]

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Free ebook – Guide to develop a documentary photography project

Developing a documentary photography project can be a fantastic and highly motivating experience. In a fast changing world, a documentary project may have a noble mission of preserving memories, like professions, habits and traditions in extinction. We shouldn’t wait until it’s too late to capture what’s important to us. By developing a project, you will […]

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Olympus 25mm F1.2 PRO Lens Review

If you’ve read any of our reviews of Olympus OM-D cameras and their accompanying lenses, you’ll know we’re big fans. Having spent some time with M.Zuiko 25mm F1.2 PRO Lens recently, it’s proved to be no exception. Being the brand’s first pro level prime lens, it has many expectations to live up to. Despite only […]

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