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Sony Cyber-shot RX100 vs. Fujifilm X20: A Comparison

I don’t usually do this sort of comparison post – I haven’t done anything of the sort before – but when I think back to how undecided I’ve been when comparing these two cameras side by side, and the rather big claims I made when reviewing each, I think it’s time to be a bit … Continue reading »

Sony SELP1650 16-50mm f3.5-5.6 OSS: Review

As you probably know, I received a Sony NEX-3N kit last week for reviewing, and having already posted a full review a few days ago which focused mainly on the performance of the body, today I shall be going into more detail into the lens that comes bundled with the NEX-3N body: the Sony SELP1650 … Continue reading »

10 Tips For Photographing Children

  Photographing children is something we all take for granted. We normally point a camera at a child, ask them to say “cheeeese”, make some funny faces at them, they smile and viola! we have a photo. The problem is, most of these images lack the quality of a professional photographer. Perhaps you get lucky … Continue reading »

Learning to Focus in Photography

There are three elements of a photograph that I consider more important than any other. I consider them such because I feel you have to nab them right at the moment you take the shot – not afterwards – if you want to end up with a good photograph. Or at least one with potential. What … Continue reading »

Lomography Fisheye 2: Review

Today, as part of my on-going obsession with Lomography and Lomo cameras, I’ll be talking about my newest little toy camera, the Lomography Fisheye 2, in this review-ish type of post. As it’s not a fully-featured camera, I cannot follow my usual camera review structure, but as I often do, I’ll simply share my thoughts … Continue reading »

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