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The importance of keeping your camera warm and dry

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“The importance of keeping your camera warm and dry”
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Fuji X-T1 in the hands of a woman and a Boudoir Photographer | Faby & Carlo

Fuji X-T1 in the hands of a woman and a Boudoir Photographer | Faby & Carlo | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it

I have recently met the magic of the new Fuji X-T1 and the Fuji completely new way of connecting with photographers onto a level that no camera company had done before and I fell in love. The Fuji X-T1 is the result of a concerted effort to produce true magic and give total freedom to professional photographers to be creative without hassle. Effortlessly. Efficiently. Easily. The new Fuji X-T1 is a beautiful tool that can create nothing less than pure love. I used to be a Canon shooter, but I am officially not anymore. Now I am a totally Fuji lover and supporter........


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Review: Fuji XT-1 camera - Tangents | Neil van Niekerk

Review: Fuji XT-1 camera - Tangents | Neil van Niekerk | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it

Pentax used to have a slogan that said simply, ‘Just hold a Pentax’. Such was their confidence that they could win you over with a Pentax SLR. Just hold it, feel it and you will already like it. A lot! For me, that mantle could be placed on Fuji these days. With the X-series cameras, they’ve built up a range of cameras that are very appealing. They look good. They feel good … and they give stunning results. Yes, I am somewhat of a Fuji fanboy. But then, I love quality products. I’m a fan of that. My walkabout camera is the sexy Fuji X100s that I carry with me every where in my shoulder bag. I’ve been following the releases of every Fuji camera since the first X100. It was obvious Fuji was on a mission then. And here we have the Fuji XT-1  – the latest in the Fuji X series. I immediately loved the camera. With this review of the Fuji XT-1, I want to give an impression of the actual user experience.........


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Manual Lens Lover

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for custom color design please contact me (Manual Lens Lover photographer zazzle http://t.co/FyShLk3FgX #canon #nikon #photography #zazzle #HOLIDAYSMADE #Christmas
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A Women's Magazine Without Any Photoshop? Yep, It FINALLY Exists

A Women's Magazine Without Any Photoshop? Yep, It FINALLY Exists | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it
A magazine with no Photoshop whatsoever? Yes, it finally exists.

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Lorne Cremona's curator insight, October 11, 2013 6:12 PM

Let's face it, stereotyping whafer-thin models isn't exactly a healthy omen. We need to see more magazines like this.

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Fujirumors discloses pictures of the upcoming Fujifilm X-E2

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This Week in Photography: A Legend Dies, Russia Cracks Down, and #Selfies | Raw File | Wired.com

This Week in Photography: A Legend Dies, Russia Cracks Down, and #Selfies | Raw File | Wired.com | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it
For the newest installment of This Week in Photography, we bring you sad news about the passing of Bill Eppridge, provide an update about Russia denying a visa to a foreign photographer, and give you the chance to support two new books being funded...
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Powerful Portrait Photography by Massimo Sbreni - 121Clicks.com

Powerful Portrait Photography by Massimo Sbreni - 121Clicks.com | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it
Stories in every face, emotions keeps boiling within these brilliant portraits by Massimo Sbreni. He has this unique style of presenting them in a square f (Stories in every face!
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City Space Photography – Fubiz™

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Seeking to explore the urban environment and the relationship of man against the cities of concrete, photographer based in Chicago Clarissa Bonet gives us photo.
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This Week In Photography Books – Sebastião Salgado

This Week In Photography Books – Sebastião Salgado | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it
Do they still eat people in Papua New Guinea? Apparently so, I read. But I’m not about to hike up into some jungly mountains to find out for certain. N.F.W.
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Jack Morgan | street-traveller: Liquid inspiration - Brighton...

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street-traveller: “Liquid inspiration - Brighton (September 2013) Olympus OM-D ” (Photo: street-traveller: Liquid inspiration - Brighton (September 2013) Olympus OM-D http://t.co/pw1qpR8men)...
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The Candid Frame #233 - James Maher

The Candid Frame #233 - James Maher | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it
James Maher is a street, architecture, and portrait photographer and a
lifelong New Yorker. The diverse people, cultures, stories, and history of
the city inspire his work.  James authored the e-books The Essentials of
Street Photography and Street Photography Conversations and runs popular
photography tours of New York. 
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Going mirror less- Switching to the Fuji X System | Christoph Papenfuss

Going mirror less- Switching to the Fuji X System | Christoph Papenfuss | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it

Wow. Big news. Still can’t believe that I actually did it. A few weeks ago I sold my entire Nikon DSLR equipment and have switched to the Fuji X system. After 20 years of being a loyal Nikon customer I finally decided to take a step into the future. Over the years, I had amassed a collection of lenses, flashes and small tools such as remotes, batteries etc.. Nikon had never let me down. As a matter of fact, I simply loved my Nikon D800. It is an amazing camera with probably the best possible image quality out there in the market. But it was time to move on and I am actually very happy that I switched to the Fuji x system. In this post I want to share a few thoughts about making such a drastic switch. The Fuji X system belongs to the category of the mirrorless cameras. They are significantly smaller and lighter than modern DSLRs. These cameras used to suck in the past because they either didn’t have a viewfinder or it didn’t really work.......


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Top 12 Image Editing Skills Every Photographer Should Know

Top 12 Image Editing Skills Every Photographer Should Know | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it
Before you start editing, make sure that you have a good image work flow. This means saving originals in a separate place to prevent you from damaging or destroying the original image. And get familiar with your program’s UNDO capability–usually the Ctrl-Z key is a shortcut to undo the most recent image change. Don’t forget [...]

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Zen and the Magic of Photography - Venture Galleries

Zen and the Magic of Photography - Venture Galleries | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it
"Shadow of a Gondolier by Ernst Haas. I recently reviewed Zen and the Magic of Photography, by Wayne Rowe, and shortly after I had the opportunity to interview the author.  He's been teaching photography in the Cal State University system...
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Apple Supports Five New Cameras from Nikon, Olympus, Sony in Camera RAW ... - The Mac Observer

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50 Inspiring Examples of Emotional Portrait Photography

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This post gives you 50 inspirational examples of emotional portrait photography. Collected from various portfolios these emotional portraits are perfect.
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LAST BEST HIDING PLACE | Photographer: Tim Richmond

LAST BEST HIDING PLACE | Photographer: Tim Richmond | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it

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Photo report's curator insight, October 9, 2013 12:22 PM

Tim Richmond‘s American West – depicted in Last Best Hiding Place – can be placed anywhere onto the continuum that has the myth at one end and the artist’s unique vision at the other end. It’s a place filled with characters and locations that manage to be specific and completely generic at the same time, with a rough, somewhat hurt, tenderness underneath. I can’t help but think that the photographer is very much aware of what he is taking pictures of, given there appears to be a balancing act at play: Every stereotype is depicted, to be subverted right away or elsewhere. There are cowboys, sure, but they have baby faces underneath their stubble.


Richmond’s West ends up throwing stereotypes and preconceived ideas back at us, reminding us that what we’d like to think of as real is really of our own choosing. What we find is what we’re looking for. Here, photography comes full circle, because it is always at least that: A quest for that, which we already know. And as long as we’re not deluding ourselves into thinking there’s more, we’re in good shape.

 

I’ve written many times that photography really only excels when it’s being done with its own limitations in mind. These limitations arise from the technical nature of the medium in more ways than one. The properties of the camera have as much to do with it as the fact that a photographer is pointing the camera into some direction, at something in the world.

 

A long time ago, photographers were able to point their cameras at the world, a world not weighed down by preconceived ideas and earlier photographs. Now, when you point your camera at the world, you’re really pointing it more at all those images in our minds than at the world itself.

The secret then is to make this work, to produce photographs that can still stand on their own, while acknowledging all the ones that came before them. Tim Richmond‘sLast Best Hiding Place does just that, and it does it well.

All photographs © and kindly provided by Tim Richmond 


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Depressing America...

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ARTHUR MEYERSON: The Color of Light

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"An Arthur Meyerson image is both original and classic. There is no more winning combination. Looking at his photographs one feels they have entered a world more beautiful than any they could have imagined" – Amy Arbus. Photographer, New York


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Adore Noir Magazine Issue 16 @ Weeder

Adore Noir Magazine Issue 16 http://t.co/5vQo4vXkvr #photography #arts
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Excellent ezine for B&W photography, highly recommended !

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Review: Fujinon XR 23 f/1.4R | Fuji X Series Ca...

Review: Fujinon XR 23 f/1.4R | Fuji X Series Ca... | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it
Last Friday I received a package from my friends at Fujifilm Malaysia. They were kind enough to send me a pre-production Fujinon XF 23mm f/1.4R for a week of running it through it’s paces. I...
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New Photography Book Unmasks the Natural Beauty of Aging - Eurweb.com

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New Photography Book Unmasks the Natural Beauty of Aging
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Washington DC (BlackNews.com) – For women, aging brings with it an inner grace and beauty that is more than skin deep.
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First set of Nikon D610 specifications: the same as the D600 | Nikon ...

First set of Nikon D610 specifications: the same as the D600 | Nikon ... | Photography News Daily | Scoop.it
First set of Nikon D610 specifications: the same as the D600.
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