Monthly Archives: September 2012

Southam, Jem: The Red River

This is a different type of book to that which I’ve encountered previously. The photographic premise is that the photographer follows the Red River from source to sea through Cornwall, tracing its history, culture, people, current status, monuments, flora and … Continue reading

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12mpx full frame vs 18mpx compact

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..continued from a previous blog, I ran some more tests, this time with a 50mm prime on the 5D, and with the G1x set close to 50mm. Both focused on the same spot, both on a tripod, both with the … Continue reading

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re-thinking what cameras are worth

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I bought a full frame DSLR in 2007 and held onto it even though it was supplemented by a Mk II which I bought and sold after three years. It’s a 12megapixel, but full frame, and I thought it was … Continue reading

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another brick comes out of the wall of ignorance

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I believed that I wanted a MacBook pro, which is the best most mobile way to get an accurate display of my photos.  I’ve been working with a Lenovo laptop for several years and have had constant problems in judging … Continue reading

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DEUTSCHE BÖRSE PHOTOGRAPHY PRIZE 2012, and the winner is….. ..John Stezaker, who is not a photographer but who made the best contribution to photography in Europe through a body of work in exhibition or publication format between 1st October 2010 and 30th September 2011. Stezaker’s entry was his … Continue reading

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