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Weekly Photography News and Inspiration Roundup

Weekly Photography News and Inspiration Roundup

It’s another Friday and that means it’s time for another roundup of photography related news and links that I found interesting during the week. Incidentally this week’s featured photo is “Wild Grass” (by me!) and was taken with the D700 and processed using VSCO Film 4.

Nikon D810

NikonD800

The big story this week is Nikon’s release of the D810. I think many people were expecting a relatively minor…

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Fujifilm Releases XF18-135mm Weather Sealed Lens

It’s been rumoured for a while but this morning Fujifilm officially announced the first X-Series weather sealed lens, the XF18–135mm. This new super-zoom covers a wide shooting range of 27mm wide-angle to 206mm telephoto equivalent, and Fuji is billing it as “Professional Grade”. The lens also features a new advanced image stabilisation engine for an incredible 5 stop image stabilisation. It is…

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The Camera Store TV reviews the RX100 Mark III. Another cracking camera from Sony.

Sony RX100 Mark III Hands-On Field Test (by TheCameraStoreTV)

9 Features Every DSLR Should Have Now 

Great article from PetaPixel on how many DSLRs are missing out on modern camera features that are present in mirrorless, compacts and even smart phones.

Swans and Seagulls - In Cinemascope

Swans and Seagulls - In Cinemascope.

Here’s a little distraction for those monday morning blues. It’s a little video I shot a few weeks ago that I’ve been messing about with in post ever since. The goal was to try some techniques for “shooting flat” in the camera (in this case a 5D Mark II) which turned out to be a bit trickier than I expected. I actually started in the television and film industry before Photography took over my…

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As Sony Looks Forward, Nikon Looks Back: Thought on the The Nikon DF

To say the release of the Nikon DF was hyped is something of an understatement. I don’t know…

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Sony Gets Serious with E-Mount

I’m, a little late with this one, but it’s a pretty big deal so I wanted to write something about…

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Sony RX100 Is a Pocket Camera a Pro Can Love - NYTimes.com 

David Pogue loves the Sony RX100. I can’t wait till this gets released over this side of the pond. Sony could really be on to a winner with the RX100.

Leica’s fame was built on the work and celebrity of Henri Cartier-Bresson. However, I cannot imagine it would please HCB to see the “luxe” direction Leica is taking. Bresson believed in the power of photography. Before his death, he created a photographic center in Paris to encourage and exhibit the work of photographers, mostly Leica photographers. If he were alive today, I have to believe he would urge Leica to invest a little more in the future of cameras as “working tools” rather than in the future of cameras as “investments.”
Interesting point of view from Imaging Resource. It’s worth reading the whole article.

Hands On With The Fuji X-Pro 1 

A first impression from yours truly!

Steve Huff Reviews The Olympus OM-D E-M5 

Comprehensive real world (i.e. no charts) review by Steve Huff. 

Olympus OM-D HD Video Samples and Fuji X-Pro 1 side by side video test 

Steve Huff compares the video of both cameras. The Olympus is the clear winner, by a long shot. What’s really impressive is how well the 5-axis stabiliser works on the Olympus. 

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