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The magic of seeing images appear on paper

My name is Daniel Antunes, and I was born in Lisbon 58 years ago. My interest in photography was born in my teens, influenced by my father, who also photographed and developed the rolls of film at home. It was the fascination of the hardware, how it worked, the magic of seeing images appearing on […]

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The E-M5 between travel and portrait photography

I take photos to relax and decompress. I’m from a small Italian town one hour away from Venice. Like many other photographers these days, I learned photography by experimenting with my camera and reading online. Over the years, most of my work had focused on landscape and travel photography, where more often than not I […]

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Olympus M.Zuiko 17mm f2.8 Lens At The Concert

Honestly I decided to buy my Olympus ZUIKO 17mm f2.8 after reading Eric Kim’s review of Olympus E-P2 on The Phoblographer. Kim’s first impressions – E-P2 + 17mm f2.8, one of the best “street combo” I ever tested in my professional photographic life – for me was enough to look around in search of a […]

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London Notes with Olympus E-M5 and Fuji X30

London, late January 2018 Rainy days in London; sometimes the rain turns into snow. I’m in town with my wife: she has some academic business with English colleagues. Lunches, aperitifs and dinners are my only meeting points during these days. All the rest of the time, I’m goofing around with my two cameras kit: a […]

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