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Dispelling the Myths Around Depth of Field and Crop Factor


There is a lot of misunderstanding and confusion on the subjects of depth of field, the difference between full-frame and crop sensors, and the ‘crop factor.’ Time and time again I see arguments surface over these topics—in YouTube comments and on camera forums. This confusion is partly caused by the ...

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Why Gear Matters: A Video Response to Art of Photography


A couple of weeks ago, Ted Forbes of The Art of Photography released a well-received video called WHY GEAR DOESN’T MATTER. This rebuttal, posted by Marc Falzon over at Analog Process, is one of the best arguments for how and why gear DOES matter that we’ve seen. Marc begins his ...

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Hasselblad Hires Photographer Ming Thein as ‘Chief of Strategy’


Commercial photographer, blogger, and long-time Hasselbald user Ming Thein has been named Hasselblad’s new Chief of Strategy, a move that is delighting the photo industry. It’s an unfortunately reality that many (if not most) of the executives making major decisions for the photography giants are often not professional photographers themselves. ...

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