Category Archives: for photographers

Panasonic GX8 vs Fuji XT20 High ISO JPEG Comparison High ISO comparisons between one camera and another will always be popular discussion points. In fact where less experienced camera buyers are concerned, this can be the sole determiner of the camera’s desirability. We know that’s a perilous path to follow, because if you don’t consider […]

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Revisiting the Fuji X System | XT20 Part I I can distinctly remember the reaction of the photography community a few years ago when mirrorless cameras came to market. Finally – a lightweight alternative to heavy and bulky DSLRs. At the time I was the proud owner of a Fuji X10 and a Fuji X-100 […]

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Panasonic GX8 vs Olympus EM1 MkI High ISO I have never obsessed over small differences in noise between one camera model or another. Nor am I nervous about pushing up the ISO if I have to. Sometimes there is no way around that and providing your images are correctly exposed (and correctly processed) and providing […]

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Canon G5X Review Part III Features and Images Part I of this series looked at the rationale behind choosing a compact camera and the reasons why I chose a Canon G5X. Part II saw the start of our field review, which is continued here. In between these articles I’ve received several e-mails from readers who are […]

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Choosing a High End Compact Camera You’re probably wondering why a full-time professional snapper is talking about compact cameras – particularly as my day-to-day work-related equipment is already quite small. Well, I think everyone should have a small camera about their person as often as possible. Camera phones have come a long way, but they’re […]

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The Photography Show 2015 There are two main photographic conventions each year in the UK. These are the Photography Show (held at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham) and The Societies Convention (held in central London every January). Both of these events differ slightly, which is a good thing if your leanings sway one way […]

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I’ve had a few questions lately asking me about how to get sharp photos – specifically, how and why my photos are consistently crisp. The short answer is that as a professional photographer I’ve had plenty of practice (technique is hugely important) and I’m always thinking about the technical considerations which can influence the final […]

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