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How To Clean Your Camera Lens

No matter how careful you are with your lenses, no matter how paranoid you are about keeping the glass clean, there’s always going to come that time when you will need to get out the cleaning gear and clean your lens. It can be as simple as getting off a few specks of dust that … Continue reading »

An Interview With Alastair Cook

The following is an interview with Alastair Cook, conducted by Michael Stewart of the Interactive Design Institute An award winning artist, Alastair Cook works with lens-based media focusing on large format film and antique photographic practice; he is also an award-winning filmmaker, combining 8mm and 16mm film with digital technology to great effect. His work is mercurial, rooted in … Continue reading »

How To Scan Your Own Film

If you’re into film photography, having a film scanner and knowing how to scan your film is important. More than important, I’d say it’s a very necessary step in your workflow. Developing your own film is a good way of doing things too, but I actually consider it more important to scan your own negatives … Continue reading »

Nikon Df: First Look

Alright, so after all the rumors flying around, and all the images being leaked over the past few weeks, the Nikon Df has finally been announced – officially. We’ve known what it looks like for a few days (or weeks) now – have a look at the images below if you’re still in the dark … Continue reading »

Olympus OM-D E-M1: First Look

And it’s finally here! Well over a year since the announcement of the first (and so far, the only) model in the OM-D line, Olympus has at last announced the successor, or at least the next model, in this hugely popular ‘line’: the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Micro Four Thirds camera. And boy, it’s a beauty! … Continue reading »

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