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Shooting Film is Better - Chloe Evelyn

Shooting Film is Better - Chloe Evelyn

In this so-called 'digital era', many photographers are choosing to stick with, or return to, analogue photography. For Chloe, shooting film is more satisfying than...

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35mm SLR Lens mount identification guide

35mm SLR Lens mount identification guide

It’s taken me three or four years to be able to tell by sight what lens fits which camera without having to try a lens on every camera within reach to figure it out. If, like me, you are also

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“Never Heard of Them” : Good Old Third Party Lenses

“Never Heard of Them” : Good Old Third Party Lenses

Image credit: Nikon.com (cropped) Lenses. We all know that Nikon, Canon, Pentax and the other major manufacturers make, and have made, some of the highest quality and most unusually extraordinary ones out there – more often than not with price

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Shooting Film is Better - Chloe Evelyn

Shooting Film is Better - Chloe Evelyn

In this so-called 'digital era', many photographers are choosing to stick with, or return to, analogue photography. For Chloe, shooting film is more satisfying than digital photography. I have always had an interest in photography, and after I completed my undergraduate degree in something I soon realised wasn’t for me,...

“Never Heard of Them” : Good Old Third Party Lenses

“Never Heard of Them” : Good Old Third Party Lenses
Image credit: Nikon.com (cropped) Lenses. We all know that Nikon, Canon, Pentax and the other major manufacturers make, and have made, some of the highest quality and most unusually extraordinary ones out there – more often than not with price

Review: Canon AE-1

Review: Canon AE-1

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Canon’s AE-1, released in 1976, and the subsequent AE-1 Program, released in 1981, are cult classics in the crowded SLR market. Touted as the world’s first camera equipped with a microprocessor, it gave photographers the option to use Shutter Speed Priority exposure mode, rather than the usual Aperture Priority offered by their main competitors. They were a runaway success, and are still