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Latest Posts

In   Reviews
27th February 2010
This is a quick review of my latest compact digital camera which will replace my ageing Olympus mju700. The Fuji Finepix F70 has more megapixels, more zoom and more features.
In   Reviews
29th December 2009
Review of the new compact photo printer from Canon which uses dye sublimation to create lab-quality photo prints.
There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.Ansel Adams
In   Tutorials
17th May 2009
Macro photography is close-up photography. The classical definition is "photography in which the image on film or electronic sensor is at least as large as the subject". This definition means that on 35mm film the camera has to have the ability to focus on an area at least as small as 24.36 mm, as this is the size of the image on the film. This is a magnification of 1:1.
In   Tutorials
17th May 2009
What kind of results can be obtained using close up filters, and what is the difference compared with a dedicated macro lens? What is the difference be between a macro lens close to the subject vs. a telephoto lens further away?
In   Projects
17th May 2009
When taking long exposures, such as during astrophotography, it is necessary to release the shutter without actually touching the camera. Touching the camera introduces vibrations which blur the image.
In   Tutorials
17th May 2009
The depth of field is the range of distance from the focal plane, which is acceptably sharp. Factors affecting the depth of field are the camera and lens type, aperture and focus distance.

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