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Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.

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The Leica 35mm F2 APO-Summicron ASPH Focuses Under a Foot

Rangefinder camera users have long lived with one big problem. Unfortunately, most lenses don’t focus closer than a meter away. But Leica’s latest lens is slapping that notion in the face. With the Leica 35mm f2 APO Summicron ASPH, you can focus under a meter. In fact, you can focus to 0.3 meters. The world’s longest name aside, this lens is truly something special. Granted, you won’t be able to do that effectively while looking through the rangefinder. But you’ll get a lens that makes your M system so much more useful....
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Jayna Ho Does Beautiful Abstract Photography Without Photoshop

My name is Jayna Ho. I’m a self-educated photographer who creates abstract and impressionist images. For the last year or so, I’ve focused on using ICM (intentional camera movement) techniques as a means to explore creatively. I love that each image is a unique amalgamation of movement, light, and color. ...
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Get Hyped for the Exciting Return of 3D Analog Photography!

Oh, man! Does anyone remember that Nishika 3D film camera? Well, there’s something new and exciting coming to Kickstarter. It’s called the Minuta Stereo camera. It’s a pinhole camera designed to do the kooky 3D photos that we’ve come to know and love. Most importantly, it means that you’re going to slow down. That’s something majorly lacking from photography today....
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The DJI FPV Makes Photography into a First Person Shooter

The brand new DJI FPV gave me all the fun that playing with toys did as a child. But instead, it’s a serious device for creating. Drone photography is seriously one of the most fun and enjoyable things you can do. Like a few other types of photography, you can think of it as a toy shooting style. Unfortunately, lots of products don’t really have things like RAW capabilities. But some, like the DJI FPV have extra fun factors to them!...
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The Cost of Being Different. Leica 75mm F2 SL Review

It took me a while to figure out the right headline for this review. The Leica 75mm f2 SL is a beautiful lens with wonderful image quality. Technically it’s not really an odd focal length. If you put a 50mm lens on most APS-C cameras, you’ll get a 75mm focal length. If you’ve used Leica lenses for a while, you’ve probably used a 75mm lens. Personally speaking, this is one of my favorite lenses for the SL lenses. And in my mind, it’s one of the best portrait lenses for the system. But make no mistake, comparatively speaking, you’re probably paying quite the premium. Though at the same time, this lens has no comparison....
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Robert Claus Made All These Photos with His iPhone

I’m seeking out the hidden beauty of a common local landmark by revisiting it over three winters and producing black & white images shot only on a basic iPhone. Several years ago, I was lucky enough to catch a major David Hockney retrospective at the De Young in San Francisco and was particularly impressed by a series of charcoal drawings he had done of a footpath through a wood in Yorkshire. Not only were the drawings technically flawless, but they were done over the course of a whole year, showing the same scene in different seasons. He explored the same concept with a stunning video installation that placed the audience in the middle of a clearing, with each of the four video walls playing a different season at the same time, so that viewers experienced the whole year all at once....
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The Sony 50mm F1.2 GM Will Need to Be Less Clinical, More Character

As much as things change, they also stay the same. And honestly, I’m expecting the same thing from Sony. If the Sony 50mm f1.2 G Master is real, then it’s going to be good. However, I’m sure it’s going to be just about the clinical definition of good. Sony’s engineers for years have sucked the soul out of lenses. The only recent exception is the Sony 35mm f1.4 G Master. But a lens like the Sony 50mm f1.2 G Master will really need to be something extraordinary. ...
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The Odd One. Sigma 65mm F2 DG DN Contemporary Review

Even after two calls with my Sigma rep talking about the Sigma 65mm f2 DG DN Contemporary, I still don’t totally understand it. It’s a weird focal length, which I genuinely love. I think it’s great that Sigma is trying brave things. It’s also incredibly sharp and has stellar image quality. But using this lens isn’t the easiest. Every time I think that I’m going to use it like a 50mm, I need to readjust. And every time I think to use it like a 75mm, I had to step forward a bit. This is in an odd spot. But believe it or not, the best place the Sigma 65mm f2 DG DN Contemporary belongs is on a camera with a tripod....
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AI Body Tracking Opens Up a Whole New World for Photographers

It’s easy for people to sit there and complain about AI taking their jobs. For photography, it’s making so many things easier for us. But we need to learn to rise above as human. The most important part of the camera is still the person behind it. So it’s your job to use the tools you’re given to create better photos. This is a totally different way of thinking. For example, AI Body tracking is in cameras. It’s bound to come to more. And we discussed that in our recent episode of Pro Camera Reviews....
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5 Minute Camera Review: Sony a1 Is a Fantastic Beast

The Sony a1 is positively fantastic. And it’s arguably the hottest camera of the year so far. You should totally check out our full review of the Sony a1. But you should also check out our summary before doing a deep dive. As part of our 5 Minute Reviews series, we examined just how good the Sony a1 is. No wonder it received our Editor’s Choice Award....
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Understanding the Computational Photography in Alice Camera

“By applying computational photography to the Micro Four Thirds system we want to give people image quality more like that of a full-frame camera, at the price, size, and weight of an MFT camera…” states Liam Donovan, CTO of Alice Camera in an interview with us. In my 12 years of journalism, I can tell you that that’s a very big claim. And that for the future of the camera market, I’m really hoping that Alice Camera can hold themselves true to it. Alice Camera is being funded on IndieGogo and promises to be completely different. ...
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There’s Better. Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max Camera Review

Our staff always says that photography should be fun. And for us, it isn’t always fun. Some cameras are too serious. Some are too complicated. But the Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max camera is both fun and useful. One of my best friends is an Editor at a large Tech Publication. He’s been shooting for years, and has gotten sick of dedicated cameras. The Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max embraces the fun associated with spontaneity that Canon and Fuji don’t. It even rival’s Sony’s fantastic controls on their Xperia 1 Mk II. And if this were the only camera you had on you, I really couldn’t blame you....
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Is The Sigma 28-70mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary Too Cheap?

Sigma is a company that makes some questionable choices. We’ll never discount their image quality. But the rest of the package is just always odd. Take the new Sigma 28-70mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary. For the most part, they say it’s an Art series lens. But the big differences are with the build quality and the focal range. In fact, the Sigma 24-70mm f2.8 DG DN Art is around double the weight. For what it’s worth, we also really liked that lens and gave it a five-star review. But the Sigma 28-70mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary is claiming similar image quality performance at a few hundred bucks less at $899. To me, it seems like a diet Art lens. And in the grand scheme, we wonder if it’s a disposable option....
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The Best! Tamron 17-70mm F2.8 Di III-A VC RXD Review

When the Tamron 17-70mm F2.8 Di III-A VC RXD was announced, I immediately questioned the name. I mean, why would you have such a long name? No one will remember it! And it’s terrible for SEO! But that aside, it proved to be a fantastic lens. In fact, I’m inclined to call it the best lens Tamron or anyone has made for APS-C cameras. Inspired by their old 24-105mm f2.8 for DSLRs, this lens takes things further. In fact, I’d argue that it’s the only lens you need for APS-C Sony E mount cameras. And I really, really hope that can bring it to Fujifilm and others. Before you go on, know that this is the best lens you can get for APS-C cameras....
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Why We Think Canon’s PHIL AI Is Being Used All Wrong

How many times have you sat there and said that you’ll worry about a problem later on? Admittedly, we all do it. This is what Canon’s PHIL AI reminds me of. My mom used to put off repairing the family car a lot. Eventually, it just stopped working. Similarly, my uncle used to put off many health issues that landed him in the ER. And on a less serious note, I had a former staffer who used to put off a critical vision care benefit. We as a society are just trained to procrastinate and worry later. And that’s sort of the mentality that I feel Canon’s new PHIL AI is catering to....
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How Noir Zy Does Very Unique Boudoir Photography

Is that the right way to say it? It’s taken a fair bit of time for me to work up the courage to submit this to you, but I think I might have just what you want! I’m Noir Zy, no affiliation to Noiz, a photographic alter ego to an Australian photographer based in Melbourne. The anonymity is intentional and a part of who I am. I’ll do my best to write as Noir Zy, but for a moment, let’s hear from the creator. ...
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How Soon Could AI Make the Photographer Obsolete?

We’re aware that this is a bit exteme. But it’s surely possible that AI is going to majorly change the way we do things. AI Body Tracking is sort of here. But it’s going to explode in a huge way soon. Eventually, you’re going to be able to rely on the camera to do almost everything. But at what point are you just pushing a button? We’re discussing that in our next episode of Pro Camera Reviews....
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How to Get Golden Skin Tones in Your Portrait Photos

Fact: most people go about getting those gorgeous golden skin tones using post-production. But what if I told you you didn’t need to. Instead, you can get it by shooting in-camera, and you won’t need post-production. The photos will be perfect right out of the camera. Like a perfect steak, a good portrait shouldn’t be touched at all. And we’re going to talk about how to get those great golden skin toned portraits....
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The New PrismFX Radiant Filter Is the Most Unusual Sunburst Filter Ever

PrismFX does some pretty cool things. They’ve brought a lot of character that’s been engineered out of lenses. And we discussed them on an episode of Pro Camera Reviews. They recently announced the new PrismFX Radiant Filter. At first, we thought it was just a sunburst filter. But then we looked closer and, and that doesn’t really seem to be the case. If you look at the effects, you’ll see it’s a lot more complicated than that....
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An Unbiased Analysis: Is the Sony a1 Worth the Hype?

Photographers have been on the hunt for a professional camera with innovation. Smartphones are just so good these days. It seems like they’re keeping up with higher end cameras. But then the Sony a1 came out and changed that in huge ways. It joins a bunch of other cameras that are absolutely fantastic at what they do. But even other manufacturers looked on in shock. So is it really worth the hype? And we’re discussing that in our next episode of Pro Camera Reviews....
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Profoto TTL for iPhone Shows Us Just How Limited Apple ProRAW Is

Recently, Profoto updated their iPhone app. The Profoto app has a camera built-in that lets you use flashes like the B10 as a strobe. Except instead of shooting with a real, dedicated camera, you’re using your iPhone. The recent update includes TTL algorithm changes. We spoke with Profoto’s product manager and tested it out for ourselves. It’s a stark reminder of just how limited a camera phone’s sensor still is....
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A Simple Camera Trick Can Get You the Blade Runner Look You Love

Of course, it depends on what generation you belong to. But the Blade Runner look is still something often copied. Folks love it! And we admit too that it’s entertaining. And there are two variations of the look. Arguably, the older and more classic look has defined lots of fantasy. You can go ahead and surely do it all in post-production. But you’ll spend a lot less time at a computer editing if you just understand how it works in the first place....
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Why Frank Jackson Probably Likes Photography More Than You Do

My name is Frank Jackson. My first photography job was in 1975 as a staff photographer for New York City Summer Work Program; it was all Disco Music, Sun Dresses, Music Festivals, and Block Parties that went on till the next day. I moved to Los Angeles in 1976 to work for IBM for three years; I quit IBM and started photographing for an architect after showing a portfolio of some houses with my 4×5 camera. ...
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How Portrait Photographer Paul Howard Makes Magic In-Camera

My name is Paul Howard. I’m a portrait and headshot photographer in Red Deer, Alberta, in Canada. Like many, I find I’m happiest behind the camera. I revel in images of people, particularly faces. The when and where is any time, any place. My “how” is pretty basic, at least I think it is: find or make the light I’m looking for and capture it. The why is a little more difficult to explain....
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The Leica 28mm f2 APO-Summicron-SL ASPH is Making a Big Claim

Before writing this article, I spent some time researching the big claim Leica is making in the press release. Today, they’re announcing the Leica 28mm f2 APO-Summicron-SL ASPH for the L mount. It’s been a long time coming, but we expected it. It’s the widest prime that they make for the system. And like all things Leica, it’s expensive. In fact, it’s going to cost you $5,195. We can expect that with a Leica lens in terms of image quality. The SL system is also incredibly well weather-sealed. The cameras are IP rated, and the lenses can hold their own with the cameras. But what’s sort of shocking us is their big claim in the press release....
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Ryan Mitchell Tells Stories From the Marines in the Most Unique Way

My name is Ryan Mitchell. As a photographer, I want to be able to tell stories that I create to mimic emotions, situations, and climatic events that we, as human beings can recognize within these images. To show that these toys can also emit emotions and feelings in their dark and desperate hours. The hard work that goes into creating the set pieces to the displaying of the figures, and to the technical audacity to capture the dynamic shots I place these figures in....
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The Panasonic 70-300mm F4.5-5.6 Macro OIS Is the Lightest Around

I’m going to be the first to admit that I’m really, really liking what the L Mount alliance is becoming. Like Android phones, there’s still a lot of fragmentation. But the pieces are starting to work better. And the new Panasonic 70-300mm f4.5-5.6 Macro OIS is a critical part of the puzzle. The L Mount needs more native lenses that are affordable yet good. And I’ve got a ton of faith in this latest offering from Panasonic. Mind you, this doesn’t seem like a Panasonic Lumix S Pro lens. So it’s not their highest grade option. But they’re packing a lot of quality into it!...
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Photographer Sudhir Ramman Uses Daylight to Get His Edgy Photos

“Many people find this incredibly difficult because it involves fully creating a scene and not just capturing it,” explains Sudhir Ramman. Indeed, Sudhir is a bright star shining at night while you’re at sea. You can’t help but not stare at his work. And a part of it is because he’s actually, truly creative. There isn’t a whole lot like the work he produces. He’s into concepts and not gear. However, Photoshop and Lightroom are very important to Sudhir. So too is natural light!...
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Gundula Blumi Achieves This Stunning, Surreal Look Without Photoshop

“Sometimes it feels like something in me is taking the pictures and not really myself,” expresses photographer Gundula Blumi to us in an interview. “…I use photography to put my impressions and emotions from everyday life in order.” Gundula is based in Berlin and does several positively fantastic images. When we found her, they were unlike anything we’ve seen before. Gundula uses the analog format to get her photos. But she also connects her creativity to her emotions....
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5 Minute Review: The Beautiful Leica 50mm F1.2 Noctilux

Why would you pay over $7,000 for a lens? Well, that’s what Phoblographer Reviews Editor Hillary Grigonis was trying to figure out. She’s spent a while with the Leica 50mm f1.2 Noctliux lens shooting street photography, portraits, and documenting her life with it. It’s also her first Leica. Hillary is a seasoned Nikon shooter. And doing things with the Leica M system is much different. It’s a manual focus camera system. So what did she think?...
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Justino Lourenço Created In-Camera Magic Without Photoshop

First of all – my congratulations on the quality and resilience of your website. I decided to send some of my photos: some photographic work is on 35 / 120 mm film—my first experiments on photography started with my grandfather’s impulse. I was a teen near to an old medium format Kodak in the ’80s. My grandfather was an outdoor family shooter, always using direct and natural light. Perhaps that is the reason why I still shoot daylight, always running away from flash or any artificial lighting....
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How Fujifilm Natura Can Become the Greatest Film Simulation

If you’ve looked at Fujifilm’s stable of films, you’re probably wondering what the next Film simulation will be. In our minds, there’s only one big one left: Natura. It’s nowhere as famous as the company’s other film emulsions. The reason for this: it was only available in Japan. But I’d argue that this is the most revolutionary high-speed color film ever made. I adore the look of Portra 800. And CineStill 800T is also pretty dope. But Natura 1600 was even better....
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Got a Really Creative Project with No Photoshop? We Want to See It!

This time, it’s all about In-Camera creativity! If you’re a photographer who has a conceptual series and you don’t use Photoshop, we want to feature you. It’s our mission to teach the masses that photography doesn’t necessarily mean you need Photoshop. There’s a line between being a photographer and a Photoshop artist. Maybe you’ve got the skills to not even use post-production. Sure, we’ll allow a bit of Lightroom or Capture One editing, but we want to feature photographers with the creativity and know-how to pull it off in-camera. Maybe you’re using lens filters or flashes, etc. We just want to feature the best of the best. After the jump, we’ve got instructions!...
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After 10 Years, Camera Manufacturers are Still Blaming Smartphones

Let’s be honest. No one needs a camera these days. You buy one because you’re either passionate, or you’re a professional. Most cellphones can do everything that we need. So photography majorly needs to evolve and change. But the problem is that the manufacturers haven’t evolved much. And we discussed that in our recent episode of Pro Camera Reviews....
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The Tamron 17-70mm f2.8 Di VC RXD is Fantastic, and Worth the Money!

True innovation often skips lenses for APS-C cameras. But Tamron hasn’t skimped here at all. Calling on their past, the company recently released the Tamron 17-70mm f2.8 Di VC RXD lens. It’s designed for mirrorless APS-C cameras. Specifically, it’s for Sony E mount. But at the same time, it’s probably being wasted there. At under $1,000 you’re getting a lens that can do it all for you. And we discussed that in our recent episode of Pro Camera Reviews....
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Oli Schuehle Doesn’t Worry About Photoshop, He Shoots Film!

My name is Oli Schuehle. Everybody is a photographer nowadays. It’s rather easy to take technically good pictures. Someone recently said ‘It’s getting harder and harder to take bad pictures’, I agree. Looking for the sharpest lens, the highest megapixel, and the best picture quality film photography never crossed my mind until I saw a picture with a crazy swirly bokeh shot with a Helios 44-2 lens. So I bought one on eBay and it came with a Zenit-E camera attached to it. I ran a couple of rolls of film through the brick-like camera just for laughs but was instantly intrigued by the process that came with it. Two years later I call four analog cameras my own and almost exclusively shoot film....
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We Reviewed These Cameras That Double as the Best Webcams

Everyone needs a solid webcam these days. The good news is that your current camera can probably do just that. During the pandemic, manufacturers have been giving their cameras more capabilities. One of those involves being a solid webcam. On our YouTube, we’ve been showing lots of videos to test the autofocus on these cameras. They happen almost weekly on our Pro Camera Reviews show. More importantly, we’ve used them with a variety of lenses. Some have more lag than others. Some just don’t have autofocus that can keep up. So here’s a roundup of the cameras that we’ve found to be best....
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Photographer Robert Claus Is Inspired by Old Paintings

My name is Robert Claus. As a kid, I wanted to be an artist—a painter or composer, or preferably both. Life has a funny way of redirecting and planing down these creative (and potentially very expensive) impulses, so that when I returned to photography as an adult, it was the perfect means of self-expression for me, as I could bring my other passions to bear, from lighting a still life like a 17th century painting, to thinking about sequencing images in a portfolio or collection like a piece of music....
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Landscape Photographer Sarah Neill on How It’s a Release

My name is Sarah Niell. Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend! As a long-time fan of The Phoblographer (amazing name, by the way), I’m super excited for the opportunity to submit my work! My passion is landscape + adventure photography. I so enjoy getting out there to a location that is maybe cold, hot, high, rainy, snowy, or remote, and getting a gorgeous shot out of it. I also really like doing product shoots, and the chance to highlight and show off an item – in this case, vintage cameras. In terms of gear, I’m a minimalist and I keep a simple kit. I think it’s about vision and talent, more than gear alone. I try to capture a moment rather than a place… an empty street that feels like a morning full of promise or an imposing mountain that makes your chest swell up a little....
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Why a Camera’s LCD Screen Is More Important Now Than Ever

I’m still seriously out of breath between my deviated septum and what I had to just do. COVID 19 is mutating, and we’re trying to keep up as a society. Here in America, it’s strongly recommended that you wear two masks. But if you’re taking things even further, you’re probably using eye protection. Your glasses aren’t enough. And if you’re like me and need your glasses for everything, it’s going to get tougher. But all of this has reaffirmed something massive in my head. The LCD screen of a camera is about to become incredibly important. The manufacturers can’t just ignore it anymore. They need to put the highest resolution screens into their cameras right now. More imperative, they also need to make their interfaces better—the keyword here being NEED....
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Need a Sweet Paid Internship? Or Do You Want to Be Our Science Editor?

We’re looking for interns, entry-level writers, researchers, interviewers, and more. Hey folks, We’ve added and clarified a bit on the positions that we’re looking to fill here at The Phoblographer in the coming year. We’re looking to expand our reviews team, our news team, and our art teams. If you need an internship, we’ll give...
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Roy Charles Tells the Love Story of DJI, Mamiya and No Photoshop

My name is Roy Charles. I’m 27 years old and photography is one of my true passions in life; I’m just a hobbyist though. For a career, I work for my very small family business doing contract work for the major railroads here in the US. It’s a very hard, labor intensive job that requires me to work an insane amount of hours. I absolutely love my job though and I’ve always been someone that likes to have a job and hobbies and not make my hobbies my job. With this job also, I get to travel the United States going to small towns and to the middle of nowhere following the railroad....
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5 Minute Lens Review: How Is the Fujifilm 10-24mm F4 R WR OIS?

The Fujifilm 10-24mm f4 R WR OIS is one of the company’s latest offerings for X series. They upgraded the original lens to give it weather resistance. Plus, there are a few ergonomic changes. Phoblographer Reviews Editor Hillary Grigonis has been testing the lens for a while. Better yet, she’s had it with the original lens too. So we got her to give her thoughts within five minutes....
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This Could Be the Most Disappointing Lens Speed Booster

Lens speed boosters give you more focal length range and extra light. They’ve been known to photographers for a while now. They’re also great tools for those who want more from their lenses. But unfortunately, they’re not all created equal. The Hasselblad’s XH 0.8 Converter is designed to give you a 645 format feel and look. And we discussed that in our recent episode of Pro Camera Reviews....
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Calling to Feature Photographers for Black History Month, Women’s History Month, and Asian American Month

For Black History Month, Women’s History Month, and Asian American Month, we want to tell your stories! Hi folks, We took a very firm stand against racism last year by being forthright. In the past 11 years, we’ve worked to feature as many POCs as possible. That means folks who identify as African Americans, Black,...
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Canon EOS R5, Sony A1, or Fujifilm GFX100s? A Battle of the Best

There are three cameras competing to be king of the market right now. Those are from Sony, Canon and Fujifilm. The Canon EOS R5 is at a more affordable price point. The Sony a1 is pulling out all the stops. And the Fujifilm GFX 100S is bringing medium format to the masses. They’re all very good. And we discussed that in our recent episode of Pro Camera Reviews....
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Need a Gig? Show Us Your Skills! Come Work for Us!

We’re streaming daily on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Pocket Casts, and Spotify! Hey folks, We’re looking to fill a few positions here at The Phoblographer in the coming year. We’re looking to expand our reviews team, our news team, and our arts teams. 2021 is looking very bright for us. We’re looking for folks...
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Tamron, This Is the Best Time to Resurrect Bronica

You’ve made some of the biggest strides forward of any lens manufacturer. Congratulations. You should be proud. In some eyes, you’re overshadowed by the swath of products that Sigma has. But you’ve got loads of fully weather-sealed and small lenses for incredibly affordable prices. No one else has that. You provide value in a market for passionate photographers. And it’s time that you let your wings spread and embrace your history. There is no better time than now for you to bring back the Bronica brand....
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All About the Fujifilm GFX100s in Under 5 Minutes

We’re very, very excited about the Fujifilm GFX100S. This is the company’s smallest medium format camera yet. They packed a 102MP medium format sensor into a camera the size of the Panasonic S1. It’s also incredibly light, well built, and fun to use. We’re very excited to be using the prototype we’ve been sent. And we decided to summarize our thoughts in 5 minutes. For more like this, you should subscribe to us on YouTube....
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Fujifilm, It’s Time You Get a Better Grip on Autofocus

Before deep dive into this article, you should know this. I adore Fujifilm’s cameras. Professionally speaking, I use Sony gear simply because it just does everything I need. They do it at the right price and with the right variety. Canon comes in close. But I wish Fujifilm did even more. We could start with the lack of third party lens support. However, we can go even further into it. And I want to start with the autofocus. ...
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