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Interview with real storm hunter and photographer Guillaume Hobam

Interview with real storm hunter and photographer Guillaume Hobam on using the Irix 15mm f/2.4 full frame DSLR lens ($425-$575): Why did you choose such a domain – that is, taking pictures of tornadoes? I’ve always been passionate about nature, the environment, and the planet ever since I was young. At the age of four (in […]

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Manual focus phobia

    Manual focus phobia by Riccardo Mantero Now I’d like to add my two-cents worth in debunking those (in)famous doubts that gravitate around manual-focus lenses. To begin with, when I decided to get something wider and sharper for my beloved Nikon 16-35 f/4, I have to admit that I was worried about the prospect. No, […]

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I photographed my first ever motorsports event on an Arca Swiss 4×5 camera (by Kieran Elson)

“I photographed my first ever motorsports event on an Arca Swiss 4×5 camera” is written by Kieran Elson (website | Facebook): I couldn’t let the opportunity to see England’s first closed rally slide by me, a huge part of my childhood was watching Colin Mcrae in his iconic Subaru Impreza. I couldn’t wait to finally see a live rally […]

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Bird photography at Machias Seal Island

Bird photography at Machias Seal Island is a guest post by long-term reader AnimalsByBarry which many of you probably know from the comments section of NikonRumos and PhotoRumors (If you have an interesting idea for a guest post, you can contact me here): This article is mostly to share great wildlife photography locations rather than going into a lot of […]

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An evening in Los Angeles with the new Fujifilm X-H1 camera

An evening in Los Angeles with the new Fujifilm X-H1 camera is by Anthony Thurston (website | twitter | instagram): So, the cat is out of the bag, Fujifilm has finally announced their new top of the line X-Series camera – The X-H1. This is an exciting camera for a number of reasons, including its In-Body Image Stabilization and extensive […]

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Is the best camera really the one you have with you? Shooting Hawaii with a mediocre cell phone

Is the best camera really the one you have with you? Shooting Hawaii with a mediocre cell phone I first visited Hawaii in 2008, and I brought every piece of photo gear I had: D300, 17-55DX, 80-200AFS, 30mm 1.4, D40 with kit lens, and a cheap palm-sized 720p video camera. I used it all.  Hawai’i […]

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Hasselblad H6D experience roadshow report from Hong Kong

Shriro, the local distributor for Hassy and Broncolor, has been holding low-key roadshows on the new H6D and several other lighting accessories at several camera stores, and having missed out a few weeks ago, I managed to make up for some lost opportunity a day ago. Although, I didn’t get to test it for long […]

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