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How many digital photos will be taken in 2017? Its predicted there will be 7.5 billion people in the world in 2017, and about 5 billion of them will have a mobile phone. Lets say roughly 80% of those phones have a built-in camera: around 4 billion people. And lets say they take 10 photos […]

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I knew the second I had the email come through offering me the chance to review Jake’s latest tutorial that I was going to be in for a marathon of content. RGG EDU are renowned for 20+ hour slabs of content and this is the first time I’ve delved in with a professional capacity for […]

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Photojournalists and documentary filmmakers get into a series of unpleasant, dangerous and even life-threatening situations on a daily basis. Seizing or steeling their cameras is very common, and the unprotected data on cameras memory card can easily fall into wrong hands. This is why Freedom of the Press Foundation published an open letter to five […]

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Mathieu Stern’s at it again with his crazy experiments. This time, he’s taken the lens off a 120 yearold folding camera, and attached it to his Sony mirrorless camera. This is nothing new, but what is new is that he’s given it autofocus abilities. The first autofocus lenses were released around 40 years ago, so […]

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Up front let me say “field curvature is not that pesky problem where images with straight lines in the frame seem to bow in or out as you move towards of the corners, that would be distortion, which comes in two core flavours, barrel and pincushion, with moustache as a somewhat recalcitrant but rare third […]

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While it’s completely possible to shootdigital cameras without a handheld meter, they do seem to be back in fashion lately. They provide quick and easy consistency between shots, or completely different lighting setups and environments. They help you get setup and ready to shoot before your subject’s even arrived at the studio or location. They’re […]

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A while ago, we shared a practical solution for extending a Sony camera battery life with a power bank. If this is something you care about, the guys from The Film Look bring you an even cheaper way of doing it with big NPF Sony batteries. If you shoot film with a DSLR or a […]

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For years, I battled choosing a niche and style. Everyone will tell you to pick a niche if you want to find success, but I was resistant. In hindsight, I realize it was because I hadnt found the right niche. And I wouldnt have found it by choosing, I found it by doing some of […]

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Vlogging has seen a massive boom over the last couple of years. But, there still aren’t really any perfect options out there when it comes to the gear used and how to set it up. Everything seems to have a compromise. You get touch screen, but no 4K. 4K but no touch screen. Or you […]

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Isyour DSLR just gatheringdust on a shelf? You haven’t figured out the settings yet? You feel way too self-conscious when you compare your photos to those taken by others? If you have any of these problems, Relonch offers you a solution. Its a camera and an editing service in one device. It has one lens, […]

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