Archives for June 2012

Canon EF 40mm f2.8 STM Initial Review Collection

It’s been a while since we’ve seen thin, compact, pancake lenses on DSLRs, only Pentax had compact primes made for the modern era it seems. While the Micro 4/3 format cameras have been getting a good number of pancake lenses ever since they were launched but Canon and Nikon have been slow to offer one. […]

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Wall of Shame – Photo Thieves Featured on Tumblr

A brand spankin’ new Tumblr account is born, and unlike most accounts on Tumblr that are filled with teenage girls’ angst, this one is worth visiting again and again. Photo Stealers aim to expose blatant copyright violators ranging from petty, one-picture theft to those ‘professionals’ who steal enough to create their own portfolio. You Can […]

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Red Ognita – Silver Medalist Winner of Prestigious Prix de la Photographie, Paris Competition

If you remember, we interviewed landscape photography artist Red Ognita a couple of years ago in this post, and since then, he’s continued to gain recognition and popularity with his stunning black and white images in square format all over the world. Just recently, he’s been named a Silver Medal winner of the prestigious Prix de […]

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Panasonic Announces the Lumix DMC-GF5 Micro 4/3 Digital Camera in Singapore

Panasonic Lumix GF5 – Small and Packs a Punch I just received the Panasonic GF5 yesterday and expect a full review within a week or so of this diminutive yet powerful camera by Panasonic. The Micro 4/3 movement have been gaining steam the past few years and as Panasonic ramps up their strong field of […]

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Death of Point and Shoot Cameras?

A new point-and-shoot camera seems to pop-up every 6 months or so since digital became mainstream, however, in recent years, the demand for higher-quality, serious backup cameras to large DSLRs made niche point-and-shoot cameras a necessity. The higher priced cameras like the Panasonic LX series, the Olympus XZ-1, Canon G-series, and Nikon P series, for […]

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