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Tunisair Banned Cameras… and Then Stole Mine


On Saturday July 1st, 2017, £600 worth of cameras and equipment were stolen from inside my rucksack, itself packed into a larger suitcase, during a Tunisair flight from Tunis to London Heathrow while they were checked into the hold of the plane. Like any discerning photographer, or indeed sensible human ...

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The First Permanent Photo Exhibition in Space


Dr. Hersh Chadha is a photographer whose work is literally out of this world. Thanks to a collaboration with printing house Duggal Visual Solutions, Chadha’s work is now whizzing around the Earth on the International Space Station in a permanent photography exhibition. An Indian photographer based in Dubai, Chadha’s “purpose of ...

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How to Make a DIY Beauty Dish for Less Than $7


Beauty dishes are great pieces of equipment to have in your lighting arsenal, but they come at a price. You can spend hundreds of dollars on a dish, yet using a cheap shoot-through umbrella can easily produce the same effect, as this 10-minute tutorial by Joe Edelman shows. A beauty ...

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Learn the Science of Deep Focus and Hyperfocal Distance


Hyperfocal distance is a tool often used by certain genres of photography to render an entire scene in focus. It allows you to capture the foreground through to the background, keeping the whole image sharp. But how does it work? This 12-minute video by Filmmaker IQ looks at the science behind hyperfocal ...

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Nikon D750 vs Fujifilm X-T2: Shooting Motorsport


My name is Chris Harrison, and I’m a photographer based in Hilperton, Wiltshire, England. In this post, I’ll share a head to head comparison of the Nikon D750 DSLR and Fujifilm X-T2 mirrorless camera in shooting motorsport. Due to being a creature of habit more than any master plan to ...

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