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What are lens hoods really for and how do you use them?
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If you listen to folks on Facebook, you might think that lens hoods are designed as some form of mystical lens protection. They’re often touted as the alternative to UV filters as a way to defend your lens against the evils of the world that might otherwise turn it to glass dust. But, no, their […]

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Orion’s Powerhouse
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A technician works on the European Service Module that will propel the Orion spacecraft in space and provide air, water and electricity for future crews.

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Images leaked of the upcoming Tamron 70-210mm F/4 Di VC USD lens
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Nokishita seems to be on a roll lately. More leaks than a screen door on a submarine. This time it’s the impending Tamron 70-210mm f/4 Di VC USD lens. But Nokishita aren’t the only people who’ve managed to get their hands on some. Canon Watch has also released a different set of leaked images. Beyond […]

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The Service and Sacrifice of WWII’s Black Soldiers
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As World War II roared through history, Charles “Teenie” Harris photographed countless African American soldiers who “fought for a nation that didn’t always fight for them,” states the press release for Teenie Harris Photographs: Service and Sacrifice, an exhibition currently on view at the Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) in Pittsburgh, PA. The exhibition is […]

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Life After Life in Prison: The Bedroom Project
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  Over the past four years Sara Bennett, a former public defender specializing in battered women and the wrongly convicted, has photographed previously incarcerated women in their bedrooms. The women pictured were convicted of serious crimes, mostly homicide, and spent 14-35 years in New York State’s maximum-security prison for women. “By the time they came up […]

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A Partial Solar Eclipse over Buenos Aires
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What’s happened to top of the Sun?

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Destination: History
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On Feb. 20, 1962, John Glenn made history by becoming the first U.S. astronaut to orbit the place we call home–planet Earth.

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Sony Imaging Pro Support review
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Canon and Nikon may be the established names in the pro sports market, but Sony’s hungry for a piece of the action. In 2017 it launched it’s fastest pro body yet, the Alpha A9, alongside an enhanced pro support program. In this article I’ll take a look at the program so far.… The post Sony […]

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Panasonic has made an 8K global shutter CMOS sensor capable of 60fps
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Well, it seems that Sony isn’t the only one with a global shutter CMOS announcement of late. According to a press release, Panasonic has also just announced a new global shutter CMOS sensor. This one, though, is capable of shooting up to 60 frames per second at 8K (36MP) resolution. Unlike Sony, which utilises a […]

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Shooting steampunk style wet plates handheld
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Shooting wetplate is a bit of a feat all by itself. Sure, it’s getting a little more common than it was a decade or two ago, but it’s still not all that easy, especially if you want to do it well. Photographer Markus Hofstätter is no stranger to large format wet plate photography, but he’s had […]

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Fujifilm XP130 review
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The Fujifilm XP130 is a rugged compact with 16 Megapixels, a 5x zoom, 3in screen and Wifi with Bluetooth. It’s waterproof down to 20m, freezeproof to -10C and can withstand a drop from height of 1.75 metres. Find out how it compares in Ken’s review!… The post Fujifilm XP130 review appeared first on Cameralabs.

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