Archives for May 2012

Micro 4/3 Lenses Getting Serious – Olympus 75mm f/1.8 and Panasonic Lumix G X Vario 12-35mm F2.8

The Micro 4/3 format first came out as a novelty item, catering those who want interchangeable lens capabilities, a slightly larger-than-point-and-shoot camera sensor, and a smaller-than-DSLR body. Three years on and the two biggest players in the Micro 4/3 consortium, Olympus and Panasonic have fully embraced this new format and the market has too. In […]

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5 Great Tutorials Videos on One Light Portraiture

Effective portraits stems from many factors, from effective posing, choosing the right focal length and aperture, composition, and rapport with your subject. But one thing that all photographers must learn and know how to execute by heart is lighting a subject from a single light source.

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Water Damaged Fuji X100, Want To See What’s Inside?

This is a rather tragic post about a water-damaged Fujifilm X100 camera as documented by James Maher. If you remember, I interviewed New York photographer James Maher over a year ago about his captivating New York prints, this time however, he shared on his blog about his misfortune of bringing his Fuji X100 to a […]

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Stop Babying Your Camera!

One of my pet peeves with some DSLR owners is how much they baby their camera gear. Sure it’s prudent to get rid of fungus-inducing oil stains on the lens after a shoot or cleaning a lens to perfection before a shoot to avoid nasties like flare and ghosting, but a lot of people are […]

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