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Samyang 20mm f/1.8 – Review

It is always difficult to try to remain impartial and give constructive, and at times, negative feedback to a product, especially when you have shelled out your own money to buy it. There is...

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Castle Cameras Spring Shoot

Tuesday 16th May saw the return of the annual Castle Cameras Spring Shoot in Dorset (which it seems has been running for years; I must have been living under a rock or something). Boasting...

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Sony A9 – DSLR Killer?!

In the wake of the underwhelming announcement of Nikons latest offering, the D7500 (no I don’t know what happened to the 7300 and 7400 either), and with everyone still waiting impatiently for the release...

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My YouTube Top 5

These days, YouTube has evolved slightly from amusing cat videos, people hurting themselves and bad Russian driving; although thankfully there is still plenty of that too. The wealth of knowledge available is staggering, with...

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Sigma’s latest range of game changers

Ok, the title might be a little “click-baity” but there is probably some truth in it. We know from previous reviews that their current range of Art, Sport and Contemporary lenses are exquisitely made...

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Samyang 24mm f/1.4 ED UMC – Review

Astrophotography is becoming big business. The kit available for capturing the milkyway, or distant galaxies and nebulae is growing by the day, as is the amount of people venturing out into the darkest areas...

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The Photo Album

Name and Location: Andy Green; Poole, Dorset What gear did you use: “Canon 5D MkIII with Canon 24-70 f/2.8 L USM II” What settings did you use: “60mm – 1/30th – f/16 – ISO100...

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Focus Breathing

Breathe in… Breathe out… No do not panic, we are not really going to discuss some kind of ancient photography meditation ritual with the power to deliver you the perfect photograph; focus breathing is...