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Archive for July, 2013

Three-Pack: News, Gear, and How-To

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We’ll close the week with one nibble each from three of our usual categories: interesting news, tutorials and how-tos, and gear and gadgets. News “No professional soldier is sent to a war zone without extensive training. Photographers who operate in exactly the same battle space without any training, experience or Read more…

Controversy: Paging Mr. Hegel — The U.K. and France Need You

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A scant week back we had blogged about a woman who was behind prison walls when a paparazzo photographed her without her consent and published the photograph.  She had filed a complaint with a commission but the photographer was found to have been “in clear.” Lesson learnt.  Obviously, therefore, if Read more…

National Geographic’s Auction at Christie’s

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Just about now, Christie’s Online-Only auction of fine photographs is finishing.  And it was no ordinary auction; it was about 125 Years of National Geographic Photography in which “Christie’s and National Geographic selected 125 iconic pictures in celebration of National Geographic’s 125th anniversary.” Given the quality and provenance of these Read more…

Gear Encore: A DSLR Masquerading as a Compact

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In the past 24 hours Imaging Resource reviewed the Canon SL1, ePHOTOzine reviwed a Sigma prime lens, and DPReview announced Canon’s new PIXMAs. Canon SL1 Writing in Imaging Resource, Mike Tomkins opines that “the Canon SL1 provides the best of both worlds, pairing the compact, lightweight body of a mirrorless Read more…

A Snazzy Gizmo Steals the Limelight from Canon and Sony

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Today’s Gadgets and Gear post features a Sony camera, a Canon printer, and a ‘Surprise of the Day’ gizmo. A Cyber-shot Camera The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H200 has impressive build quality and is easy to use so let’s see what else Mark Goldstein has to say about it in his review Read more…

Will Photographers and Lawyers Soon Have Something in Common?

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In an earlier blog post we had written that scarcely a week goes by without a controversy – be it trifling or five-ring – in the realms of Photography.  Just to prove us wrong, Controversy took a leave of absence from all Photography for a couple of weeks.  Well, she Read more…

Masters of Vision: Landscape Art Photography

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We post a near-weekly article on an exhibition or a gallery on our sister blog on our consumer site.  Let’s change ends and bring an exceptional exhibition to our professional-side readers. Masters of Vision is a Landscape exhibition like few others.  This British biennale will get underway in August.  This Read more…

Story-Review-Gallery Combo

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Story The title ‘Copyrights, Model Releases, And Contracts: What Every Photographer Should Know!’ perfectly describes Maria Piscopo roundup on Shutterbug.  It is a Q&A session with three lawyers and a media society ex-president. Besides the words ‘copyright’, ‘contract’, and ‘release’, one other not-so-pleasant word recurs and dominates this write-up – Read more…

Interesting, Interesting, Interesting!

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Here are three very interesting news items from the past 24 hours comprising an interesting article, an interesting compact, and an interesting accessory. Lens Quality A title like ‘Everything You Need to Know About Lens Quality’ may come under suspicion of being hyperbole.  However, when one reads Simon Bray’s article Read more…

Two Galleries: Of Man and Machine

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‘Man,’ by Paul Ripke The Leica Blog has just published an interview, with the obligatory mini-gallery, with photographer Paul Ripke.  Among his forte´ is Portrait Photography and many images in the mini-gallery fall in this category. Ripke’s ultra-natural, casual and modernistic style cuts both ways.  It’s rare to find a Read more…

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