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Australian Photographers in the Spotlight

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It’s not every day that a “Grand Master of Photography – the highest level awarded by Australian Institute of Professional Photography (AIPP)” – and the winner of “the Grand Award for Photojournalism at the Wedding and Portrait Photographer’s International (WPPI) awards in the USA and the International Wedding Print of Read more…

American Photo’s Best Photography Books

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Before we leave 2012 well and truly behind when this first month of 2012 draws to a close, let’s take one last look back at one of those annual best-ofs, once again the Best Photography Books.  On the 18th instant we had taken in Top Ten Photography Books for 2012, Read more…

Controversy in Photography: The Paparazzi

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We’re starting a new (near-)weekly series of posts on BPro surrounding the subject of Controversy in Photography.  For the inaugural post, perhaps the lightning-rod subject in Photography: the Paparazzi. Were the paparazzi glamourized or deprecated in Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita – ‘The Good Life’?  Their portrayal was justly ambiguous; Read more…

Leica, Myanmar, and Sebastian Beck

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Should this photographer be earning “his living as an editor and reporter”?  Should he be photographing only “on his own time”?  Is he simply “an enthusiast in the process of honing his skills”? View the wonderful images of Sebastian Beck and see how you answer the questions above, all quoted Read more…

Spotlight on Speed Booster by Metabones

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Metabones’s Speed Booster has caused quite a flutter over the past two days.  This is a type of adaptor for mirrorless cameras that magically increases a lens’s speed by a full stop and also turns a mirrorless into, in effect, a full-frame.  PetaPixel is enthused about it, quoting a doubter Read more…

Gordon Parks: Segregation Era ‘Coloureds’ in Colour

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On 22nd November 2012 we had dedicated a post to pre-eminent Civil Rights photographer Gordon Parks who, though mostly renowned for his Civil Rights Era photographs, also captured many wonderful images of poverty, crime, and glamour – after all, we titled the post The ‘Dark’ of Crime and the ‘Light’ Read more…

Hat-trick: A Gaggle of Gadgets and Gear

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With the previous two posts of this week covering a Gaggle of Gadgets and Gear, let’s make it a hat-trick for this week with a diverse selection of brands and products . . . An Appetizing APS-C Ten days ago we had made mention of an announcement (or ‘leak’) about Read more…

Breaking News from Photography Blog

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Photography Blog’s Cameras of the Year Yesterday and earlier today, Photography Blog announced its Camera of the Year 2012 and its DSLR of the Year 2012. That the Nikon D800 won DSLR of the Year is probably not earth-shaking news.  It was surely the front-runner or thereabouts on many a Read more…

The Last of the Kodachromes, Geonaute, and UV Filters

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Geonaute’s 360-degree Worldview “. . . technically you can watch your [same] video back countless times, [yet] never really watch the same clip (if you choose too).”  Eh?  Confusing, isn’t it?  Welcome to the world of Geonaute’s 360-degree sports camera. Because it is “equipped with three 8-megapixel wide-angle lenses the Read more…

Drawing Inspiration from Art – Friant, Rousseau and . . . Bulgari!

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Inspiration and . . . ‘Inspired’ is a word much more frequently associated with artists and paintings and with authors and novels than with photographers and photographs, and for good reason: while the artist can create from the mind’s eye, the photographer works under an obvious limitation. The author too Read more…

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