Category Archives: for photographers

Superzoom Lenses Benefits and Disadvantages I’m sure that many of you reading this are likely to own, or have owned in the past what is commonly described as a ‘superzoom’ lens. These lenses typically cover a very wide focal range. The most popular supezooms are wide to long telephoto lenses and most of the leading […]

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Photographer Academy Gift Membership and Big Photo Ezine Photography can be a demanding discipline, even if you simply shoot for pleasure as a hobbyist or amateur. Most of us take satisfaction and pleasure in improving our craft, but it can be a frustrating process. Workshops can immeasurably boost the learning curve but we can’t always […]

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The Best Camera for Family and Travel Photography I have a particular relative who happens to be quite a good photographer. He knows I’ll always loan him a camera, so there hasn’t been any particular requirement for him to buy his own. I shoot professionally with a mixture of Panasonic Micro 4/3, Sony APSC, and […]

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What Size Can I Print with the Panasonic LX100 This the third instalment of my LX100 review. Previously we looked at noise and then autofocus. But what about actually making prints? If we only view low resolution images on mobile devices then our sensor resolution and lens quality barely matters. But many of us do […]

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Panasonic LX100 Review Part Two Autofocus In Part One we took a look at image noise, comparing the LX100 to one of the current top end Panasonic Micro 4/3 cameras, the GX8. The LX100 did very well indeed, running about half a stop behind the GX8. We also saw that the Leica lens sported by […]

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