Feroz Khan Feroz Khan

Never seen without a camera (or far from one), Feroz picked up the art of photography from his grandfather at a very early age (at the expense of destroying a camera or two of his). Specializing in sports photography and videography for corporate short films, when he’s not discussing or planning his next photoshoot, he can usually be found staying up to date on aviation tech or watching movies from the 70s era with a cup of karak chai.

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These Multi Exposures by Jari Poulin Look Even Better with 3D Glasses

“There are crushes, and there are loves, and I try to figure out which it is before I begin making the images,” clarifies NY artist and photographer Jari Poulin about the different art projects that catch her fancy. She puts in a lot of research into her ideas, sometimes taking years to decide whether to go ahead on one. Once she sets her heart on a topic, she plans it out thoroughly, putting her soul into it from conception to execution. ...
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Richard Kalvar Gets His Photos to Talk to the Viewer

“They live within the walls of a limiting rectangle, unconscious of everything outside,” says Magnum photographer Richard Kalvar about the “paradox of photography”. If you’re a fan of his work which uniquely captures the oddity that is mankind, we recommend grabbing one of his prints via the Magnum Square Print Sale right away. ...
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Let’s See What’s New: 3 Legged Thing Corey 2.0 Tripod Review

Just about 5 years after the launch of the first edition of the Punks Corey model, 3 Legged Thing has announced the Corey 2.0 tripod. They’ve also brought out the updated Airhed Neo 2 ballhead as a companion to this. If you’re an avid follower of the camera accessories industry, you’ll know that 3 Legged Thing are unique. When it comes to colours and design, they are unconventional and catchy. Corey 2.0 sticks to the core principles of the company – colour, innovation, concept...
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Do Millennial Photographers Really Enjoy Editing Their Photographs

You’re about 40 if you’re on your way out soon from this demographic and 25 if you’ve just made your entry into this select age group. We’re the generation that grew up with the internet in our teens (and pretty much contributed to making it the over-utilised, super-connected global network that it is today). As millennial photographers, we’re also probably the youngest generation to have made a foray into digital photography after cutting our teeth on 35mm film. We’d pop in a roll into an autofocus compact or a semi-automatic SLR and head over to a studio to develop after 36 clicks. But when it came to developing them, we were at the mercy of two significant factors. The film stock we used and the developer at the lab we went to. Sure, there wasn’t too much to worry about for snapshots and family pictures in terms of artistic freedom. And if we wanted to get a particular look in our images, we’d pick a film stock that had an unmistakable visual style and pray that the camera’s meter was reading the light well before we clicked. ...
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Hasan Alhamada Takes Days to Make an Insect Look Stunning

“By showing how beautiful and complex their bodies are, I think people will start to appreciate them more,” says Hasan Alhamada of Saudi Arabia. A computer programmer specialising in designing corporate brochures, he got into macro photography when unsuccessfully trying to create a flower using software. He hopes that his photography can help people understand better the role of insects in the ecosystem....
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Aishy Did a Unique Double Exposure Twist to a Corporate Photoshoot

“I think that we all have a part of madness that is a little imprisoned in us,” opines talented French photographer Aishy. He came up with a creative idea for a corporate photoshoot one day, and it was so well received that the company hung those portraits all around their offices. ...
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A New Project by Brian Cummings Showcases the Lockdown Showoff

“I am finding it hard to return the old normal. I feel change is inevitable,” says North Carolina native Brian Cummings about life during and after the Covid-19 pandemic. Something we were all unprepared for and what hit us far harder than we expected. But when life gave him lemons, Brian made a pink lemonade cocktail in the form of a visually larger than life photo project titled ‘I Know What You Didn’t Do Last Summer’. ...
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Ruslan Khasanov Found a Way To Make Art out of Declining Technology

“My creative work helps me to express my inner feelings,” says Yekaterinburg based Russian graphic designer and visual artist Ruslan Khasanov. Creative experimentation comes naturally to this Cannes Lions Gold winner (2018). He spotted a rainbow pattern in a discarded CD one day, and that inspired him to create his ‘Burn’ series of images, a part of his larger Disctortion project...
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Capturing Lightning Helped Travis Greer Overcome Challenges in Life

“Passion is what drives and compels me to capture photos and tell a story in compelling, innovative, and emotive ways,” says Travis Greer of Kentucky. During a turbulently emotional time in his life, he shot a series of lighting photos which he then made into a definitive compilation. Planning and shooting these lightning photos was therapeutic and helped him overcome some lonely times, and made him a stronger person....
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This Bag Is Unique. Morally Toxic Valkyrie 20L Review

From the shed (as they like to call it) of UK based camera bag and tripod brand 3LeggedThing, comes an all-new backpack series – the Morally Toxic Valkyrie. 3LeggedThing is well known in the industry for its bold colours and innovative designs, and the new Morally Toxic brand is no deviation from this. Say hello to some shiny exteriors with not so subtle patterns, but with some cool functional additions in their first series of backpacks called Valkyrie. Available in 3 colours and 2 sizes, the Morally Toxic Valkyrie bags aim to challenge conventional camera bag design by weaving in premium quality and extraordinary style. I spent a few days testing out the 20L Blue Valkyrie, and I was pleasantly impressed with what it has to offer....
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Yannick Schurwanz Was An Athlete. Now He Lights Them Creatively

“In the end, we are all just human beings, and that’s often forgotten with athletes. That is also the case as a photographer,” says Dutch photographer Yannick Schurwanz. He was a former competitive athlete when an injury forced him to the sidelines for a few weeks. Picking up a camera during this period got him a funny nickname and a future photography career....
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Get a Little Closer Now: Nikon Z MC 105mm F2.8 VR S First Impressions

I have to admit, I like the performance of the new Nikon Z MC 105mm f/2.8 VR S a little more than what the F-Mount VR Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8G IF-ED version offers. I immediately noticed the difference in weight when I first held the two lenses together (22.3 oz / 630 g vs 25.4 oz / 720 g). The other key factor is the absolute lack of chromatic aberration, especially purple fringing. This issue was prevalent in images taken on my 105 macro AF-S lens, and it was a constant headache for me to edit out. Unlike the improvements in the Z mount 50mm 1.8s over F mount equivalent, the differences aren’t night and day overall between the 105mm macros. But some improvements might make you pick this lens over using an F-mount version with an FTZ adapter....
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Adam Jones Captured a Unique Photo of This Divebombing Barn Swallow

“Be open the awe and wonder of the natural world you live in, and you will never run out of subjects to photograph”, says photographer Adam Jones who resides in Kentucky. As someone shooting professionally for over four decades, he’s encountered various wildlife subjects and scenarios during his career. However, even he couldn’t have expected the kind of hostility he met while trying to snap a barn swallow on his porch. ...
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Martin Ruffin Double Exposes His Slide Film to Make Art

“Fundamentally, I want to make photos that represent my own experience of reality”, says UK based film photographer and record producer Martin Ruffin about his photographic style. He hopes to be shooting film for many years to come and experiments with a variety of stock for this. He’s also an advocate for shooting consistently more often, to understand better what one prefers specialising in...
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These Portraits by Phil Sharp Make You Wonder

“One hopes to get to execute the A-Plan but I’ll always have a B-Plan, C-Plan in place”, says London based commercial photographer Phil Sharp about his approach to his work. He began his career shooting on a Nikon F-mount enabled Kodak body but uses more medium format these days for portraits. A man of few words (as the posts on his website and Instagram suggest), we take a look at some of his favourite portraits...
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Nannimensch Escapes to the Outdoors to Create Poetic Photos

“I only use my camera, my feeling and the given frame. I don’t think about what I do or how I do it”, says Nanni Mensch who doesn’t always refer to herself by the term ‘photographer’. Her images convey the moods and emotions she felt at the moment of the click. Without the aim of developing a signature style, she lets her feelings dictate the flow of the shoot at her various outdoor locations....
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Artur Lahoz Sees His True Love in the Starry Universe

“Somehow I feel more alive when I use the weekend and my free time to photograph”, says Artur Lahoz of Brazil. Much like many of our readers, he uses photography to escape the complexities of his weekdays and finds some much-needed solace in analogue photography. We caught up with him to understand the intricacies behind his latest film project – ‘She Was The Universe’....
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David Handschuh Shot One of the Most Iconic Photos of 9/11

“I wish it had never happened, and I wish I had never captured that moment.”, says photojournalist David Handschuh of the fateful moment when the second airliner flew into the South Tower on 9/11. His instincts told him to keep on shooting even after that, and he continued to do so until an I-beam fell on him. He didn’t think he’d get out alive, but he was one of the fortunate survivors from that day....
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Lukáš Belohoubek Uses a Rare Pancolar 55mm for his Photos

“I think I fell in love with this lens from the first moment I used it”, says Prague based portrait photographer Lukáš Belohoubek. He got into photography for a unique reason, and he’s quite happy to be in it. He’s also the owner of one of the rarest 55mm lenses in the world – the Pancolar 55m f1.4. Originally manufactured by Pentacon in conjunction with their 35mm Super SLR, less than 5000 of these were made. The bokeh it produces is both creamy and swirly, and while bokeh can be a polarizing topic, many of us still desire it. Lukáš doesn’t worry about it enough to make it his primary concern in the image....
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Trevor Dobson Takes Amazing Astro Photos With Entry Level Gear

eticulously plans his astro trips, as he’s often on the road for many hours. Combine that with the time spent doing post-production, and you begin to realize how much effort Dobson puts in to create his stunning photographs....
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Ernest Em Shows you how to Dramatize Portraits Using Simple Prisms

en you practice something for a long time, you have to ask yourself why it works that way”, says Ernest Em about his unorthodox techniques. Also going by the moniker 19Tones, Em creates his portraits using glass prisms. We love how he thinks outside the box. Having that creative vision allows him to deliver images that veer away from the standard portrait, making it much more compelling for the viewer. Peeking behind the curtain, Em shares the creative journey behind his work....
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A Professional Twenty in One Kit – Freewell Magnetic VND Filters

Variable Neutral Density (VND) filters have traditionally had a negative connotation attached to them. This is because of that dreaded X pattern that appears as you rotate these filters to obtain varying degrees of density. The folks at Freewell claim that you won’t experience this when using their new Magnetic VND filters. They’re not wrong. During 3 days of testing, I never once faced anything close to this image-killing X when using these filters. What’s more amazing is that they double as CPL filters if you flip them around. Freewell has done an outstanding manufacturing job with these filters. Read more to see how they fared in our review....
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You’ll Love the Experience and IQ: Nikon Zfc First Impressions

If you read our article back in May about the need for a mirrorless retro body from Nikon, you would have noticed how badly I was hoping for a full-frame sensor in there. Didn’t get that, nor did it come close to the 30-megapixel resolution I was hoping for. Putting those two specs aside, I was pleasantly surprised when I got the Nikon Zfc in my hands to try out. Almost a carbon copy of my FM2, but seemingly a lot lighter, the Zfc more than delighted me when I used it. It might have the Nikon Z50 sensor in there, but it feels like the Zfc has dethroned it almost immediately as Nikon’s best-ever APS-C camera now. They’ve definitely put some emphasis on style too, as it’s available in 6 colours besides the classic silver-black you’ll see below....
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Mermaids and Photographers Got Innovative to Make Team Submerge

“Forming a synergy and shared understanding of the project’s goal is very helpful”, says Submerge team member Felicia. She’s the model featured in the ‘Springs Widow’ NFT, a project that came about from the collaboration of four friends. Each team member of Submerge has an area of specialization that came into play to create their latest Non-Fungible Token. We spoke to the team to understand how they created their newest NFT – ‘Spring’s Widow’...
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James Chororos Slows Down to Create Amazing Environmental Portraits

“When you relate with someone you’re about to photograph, it gives you a base level where everyone is more comfortable”, says James Chororos about his approach to portraiture. Having dropped out of art school, he did his post-grad in architecture and worked as an architect for a few years. He decided to give himself another chance at being a full-time artist and turned to photography in 2011....
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Brian Noll Shows the Power of Timing with This Amazing Shot!

“I can’t tell you how many times I have missed the perfect lightning shot”, confesses New York based cityscape photographer Brian Noll. He started out being inspired by urbex photography but gravitated towards nightscapes and city shots after some years. Having switched camera brands recently means he’s still building up his arsenal of lenses and does most of his work with a few lenses and one tripod....
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Learn Why Mitch Dobrowner Sees Extreme Weather Better in Monochrome

“The storms and landscapes here on earth deserve our respect and admiration”, says California based landscape photographer Mitch Dobrowner. Having been gifted an Argus rangefinder in his late teens by his father, he was inspired by some of America’s legendary photographers. At 21, he quit his job to explore the Southwest of the USA with his camera. Since 2005, he’s been touring the country to capture some extreme weather phenomena. ...
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How Paul Boomsma Risked it All to Create Unique Nature Shots

“I used to put more focus on getting the image and not thinking about my own safety”, says Paul Boomsma about his initial days as a nature photographer. “This resulted in me being in a lot of dangerous and scary situations”. Nowadays though, he plans each trip meticulously to ensure his personal safety, as well as to not disrupt the surroundings he’s headed to...
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The NONS SL42 Camera: Everything You Wanted to Know

“The process of shooting film is fascinating”, says Dingsheng WU, Business Development Manager of the NONS SL42 camera line. Having successfully launched their first SL42 camera with Instax film support last year, NONS is back with an updated camera in 2 different colours in 2021. They now support EF mount lenses, which can further be adapted with a plethora of other lens mounts using manual adapters. Backers can get ready to use M42, Nikon F, Contax/Yashica​ C/Y lens and more. Plus, they’ve almost eliminated the heavy vignetting issue that was a mainstay of the 1st release. Our Editor in Chief Chris has backed the latest campaign too. He’ll be writing about his experiences with it in a future post....
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Dirk Wustenhagen Photographs Moments of Solitude in a Blur

“Maybe I am emotionally too close to the moment of shooting them to appreciate their value.”, says Dirk Wustenhagen of his blurry captures of lonesome scenes. He’s a photographer who transitioned from analogue snapshots to digital photography and art in the 2000s. He often appreciates his images more when revisiting them after a significant period of time has passed since their capture. ...
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Rod Evans Spins Lights Around People Under Stellar Skies

“I am actually a little bit OCD when it comes to getting things right”, says Australian photographer Rod Evans about his attention to perfection in photography. Enraptured by the night sky after stopping by the roadside during a drive in 2015, he now blends light painting in scenic night sky locations across the country. Rod uses some conventional and some outright unusual tools for creating his amazing photographs. All of which we’re going to take a look at in this in-depth interview. ...
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The Nikon Z9 Is Sure to Be a Professional Mirrorless Beast

A new report says that the upcoming Nikon Z9 is likely to have the 45-megapixel resolution of the D850. If the Z9 can beat the low light performance of the D850 by at least 2 stops, then we’re looking at a real game-changer here. The D850 is easily their most sought after camera in recent times and one of their all-time best cameras. Nikon was the company that didn’t give you everything in their top models. You either had to make do with high frames per second or high resolution, but not both in a single model. That is until the D850 came around. It kept going on backorder often due to its unprecedented demand worldwide. Can the Z9 become another best seller for Nikon?...
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Olle Nilsson Photographs Nature in a Cinematic way

“It’s not uncommon to be outside 5 days in a row and not get the shot you’re after”, says Swedish photographer Olle Nilsson about his extended hobby. On most days, he’s up long before the crack of dawn, in pursuit of animals in the forests of his vicinity. These early hours seem to pay off as he captures stunning images of the wildlife in Sweden. He considers himself to be a nature photographer and hopes to do this full time starting 2022....
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What Cameras Did the World’s Greatest Spy James Bond Use?

There have been seven actors to date who’ve played the role of James Bond on the big screen. Discussions at parties over which one played it best can be never-ending. What I do like talking about, though, is the various cameras used by these actors over the decades. Between functional and fashionable, dippy and diabolical, we look at four unique cameras featured in James Bond movies between 1962 and 2021....
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New Patent Shows RF Mount Crop-sensor Kit Lenses for Canon

APC-S mirrorless camera models aren’t new to Canon. They debuted this range with their EOS M model in 2012 and followed it up over the years with various iterations. The most recent among them is the Canon EOS M50 Mark II. All these models use their EF-M lens mount. This system is somewhat crippled by the lack of lenses released by Canon to support it. 8 were released over the last 9 years, along with an adapter to support EF lenses. When you compare that with 21 lenses and 2 teleconverters for the full-frame RF mount, we can clearly see where most of Canon’s R&D has been focusing on lately. A new report now states that Canon has filed patents for multiple RF mount lenses exhibiting APS-C model features. This could indicate the release of an upcoming crop sensor RF mount mirrorless camera from them. ...
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Dmitrij Pirang Made a Website for Nikon Users who Love Film Emulations

“Today, photos from many cameras look perfect and almost the same; there is no individuality.”, says web developer Dmitrij Pirang about digital images. “Photographers are creative people, and they are looking for something special, different from others.” He observed that Nikon DSLRs allow for using picture profiles to produce creative effects directly in-camera. However, several users felt that these stock profiles were limited. Currently, Nikon does provide software that can tweak these profiles a bit. But, there was and still is a huge demand to replicate classic film looks in this manner. This is where Dmitrij stepped in and created a website of his own to support this need....
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The Ferro Flowers Team Snapped Unique Photos of Metallized Flowers

“Sometimes you put things together to change their meanings, to get even more beauty,” says Thomas Koch about his project, Ferro Flowers. This was a collaborative effort between Thomas, Frederic Schlosser, and Bruno Damião. The aim of the Ferro Flowers team was to show what nature might look like in the coming years due to the effect of mankind’s actions on our planet....
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Ahad Halari Approaches His Travel Photos With a Piscine Perspective

“People might look at distortions in a bad way, but it’s all about perspective, isn’t it?”, questions Ahad Halari when I ask him about his love for using fisheye lenses. Based in India, he travels often and far as a photographer for entertainers and celebrities. For his personal travel photography though, he adopts a perspective that most of us reserve for special subjects. A lot of us do use ultrawide lenses on our travels, but when was the last time you saw someone use a fisheye for a lot of his travel photos?...
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Barney Smith Travels Around the World for Underwater Double Exposures

“It’s something I would love to do more of, connecting film photographers from around the world”, says Barney Smith of the UK. He’s an underwater photographer who has a self-confessed obsession with shooting film. Barney enjoys his photography more without the conveniences of a digital camera. It took him a while to learn the basics, but once he got the hang of analogue photography, he never looked back. Shooting film makes him slow down and really think about every possible variable before clicking the shutter on his Nikonos camera....
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Make Your Own Camera Bag: Tenba BYOB Insert Review

There’s no denying that Tenba makes some of the most amazing camera bags and backpacks available today. Ever since I went professional with my photography, I’ve lost count of the number of shoulder bags, backpacks, and roller bags I’ve bought that were made for camera gear. But what about those of us who enjoy the look and feel of a regular bag or backpack yet want to add our cameras safely inside it? Exceptional quality camera bags can be expensive for some of us. That’s where Tenba stepped in about 10 years ago with the Tenba BYOB (Bring Your Own Bag) range of camera insert cases. You can put your cameras inside this handy range of inserts and drop them into almost any existing bag or backpack. We received some of their DSLR Backpack and Camera insert models to test out, and we weren’t disappointed....
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Scan Your Old Rolls Quickly. Negative Supply Basic 35mm Kit Review

No piece of photography equipment (new cameras aside) has gotten me this excited lately. Negative Supply reached out to us last month about their Basic Kit for 35mm Film Scanning. I jumped at the opportunity to try it out. This kit is a fantastic piece of equipment for amateurs and hobbyists who have many negatives in their collection that need digitization. With a copy stand, light source, and a film strip holder all included, it’s the perfect kit to get you started in the world of home film scanning Keeping the film perfectly flat is a key feature of this unit, and it makes scanning so much quicker and accurate....
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We’ve Updated Our Nikon 50mm F1.8 S Lens Review. The Lens Improved!

Nikon’s 50mm f1.8 S lens is probably the sharpest lens they’ve manufactured. Its optical quality far exceeds that of any F-mount lens ever made. During our earlier reviews, its AF speed and accuracy weren’t up to competitor levels. Many users reported varying levels of frustration with its AF accuracy levels, especially when using Eye-AF. Nikon has released updates to existing Z body firmware and released new dual-processor bodies (Z6 II and Z7 II). The AF accuracy and speed is much improved in our latest tests. There has also been an update to the lens firmware since our last review....
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Brand Loyalty Isn’t a One Way Street. They Need to Closely Listen to Us

I’ve decided not to name any brands as part of this article. This is because all brands are guilty of not listening to their core users at one point or another. Some, more so than others. A camera is just a tool for our work, and any brand’s camera can get the job done if used correctly. But at times, too it’s not just a tool. The brand’s styling and ergonomics become a way of expressing our style. An extension of our passion and, in some cases, fashionable. The more we invest in a brand, the more we consider ourselves part of its extended family. And at some point or another, a family can let us down. This isn’t going to be an article about whether or for how long you should be loyal to a brand or not. Nor is it going to be about whether your brand of choice is worth fighting for against someone else. It’s about brands being loyal in return as well....
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Jeroen Nieuwhuis and a Real Life Ice Man Challenge Limits of Endurance

“I found myself honored to spend a day learning and absorbing the knowledge Wim gratefully shared with us”, says Dutch photographer Jeroen Nieuwhuis about his experiences with the Ice Man – Wim Hof. A multiple Guinness world record holder for his endurance feats, Wim’s long years of training have given him the ability to control his heart rate and blood circulation to withstand extreme temperatures like no other. Jeroen and his team spent a day capturing Wim’s daily routine to showcase his endurance skills on camera....
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Dora Goodman Marries new Technology to old School Camera Tradition

“The driving force behind our dedication to the craft of designing and creating cameras, is to carve a legacy”, says Dora Goodman about her eponymous, small scale camera manufacturing company. What started as a hobby to beautify the exterior look of vintage cameras has blossomed into a camera design and production career for Dora. Based out of Hungary, her company produces 3D printed analogue camera bodies and their accessories. They also work on open-source designs allowing other photographers to modify and improve these designs to their liking...
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Zenji Uehara and His Experimental Photography Produce Unique Images

“I want to convey a sense of wonder rather than logic”, says Japanese photographer Zenji Uehara about his work. A book editor until his mid-20s, Zenji quit his day job to pursue photography after seeing the photos of legendary photographer Daido Moriyama. The experimentation that Zenji pursues doesn’t just involve new techniques. He actively designs and invents new add-ons for his cameras and lenses, some of which have successfully sold many units worldwide....
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Paul Kessel Found his Love for Street Photography After Turning 70

“A photograph does not succeed by content alone”, says Paul Kessel, a retired psychologist and professor from New York. “Photography is about vision, persistence, perception, memory, lots of practice, patience, and so many other elements beyond technique”. As someone who made his foray into photography a lot later than most people do, Paul’s street work has garnered various accolades in the USA and globally. His persistence to head out often to capture his next best street photograph won him 1st place at the 2020 Miami Street Photography Festival, among other global accolades....
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Joseph Jackson Spent Time Under his Microscope While in Lockdown

“I immensely enjoyed getting lost in these little worlds, at a time where we were all very isolated”, says Joe Jackson. “…hopefully it will make people look at the everyday objects around them in a new way, seeing the hidden beauty in mundane objects” he mentions about his project ‘Odyssey’. Beginning in March 2020, the UK had imposed several weeks of lockdown in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Just prior to its start, Joe grabbed some boxes of equipment from his studio in London, to spend his time at home creatively...
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Roland Kraemer Fell in Love with the Ocean While Photographing Waves

“I didn’t know how much I needed the ocean in my life and how calm I feel being close to it”, says Roland Kraemer. As someone raised in southern Germany, Roland was more of a mountain person who loved the chill of the high altitude air against his face. A road trip to the beaches of France changed this attitude completely, and he found himself being drawn to the sea on an almost daily basis for 5 weeks....
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Is the new Nikon Zfc the Perfect Step Forward for the Company Now?

The closer it got to the release date, the more apparent it became that Nikon’s Zfc was going to be a crop sensor body. This was a feature that I was desperately hoping against, having made the decisive and firm jump to Full-Frame sensors nearly a decade ago. If the similarly styled Nikon Df could have been released with a Full-Frame sensor, why did the Zfc have to cut corners in this department? ...
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