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As part of the World Photography Awards, Sony is laying on a series of photography masterclasses at London’s Somerset House on Friday 26, Saturday 27, and Sunday 28 April. Michael Wayne Plant will be demystifying photography, there will be session aimed at students looking to make photography their careers led by Magdi Fernandes, and the [...]View Post 28 april, exhibition, masterclasses, sony, world photography
The quest to bring ever smaller and lighter cameras with a decent set of specs to the masses continues with Sony’s HX50. This one places a 1/2.3″, 20.4 megapixel CMOS sensor behind a 30× optical zoom lens that’s supported by a healthy dollop of image stabilisation in the smallest and lightest body for a camera [...]View Post deploy, electronic viewfinder, hotshoe, resolution technology, sony
After a development process fraught with abberation and distortion issues, Sigma has finally cracked the lightning fast aperture in a zoom lens conundrum. It’s putting an ƒ/1.8 18-35mm lens into production, but it’ll only be suitable for APS-C sensor cameras. Curious: this is a lens that is going to cost thousands—pounds, dollars, or euros—but it [...]View Post aperture, conundrum, frame cameras, sigma, technological step
Stands Alone is a new exhibition of images by Simone Novotny on display at the Geffrye Museum. It charts the transformation of Arsenal’s old Highbury stadium into new housing–Highbury Stadium Square–and features several of the residents as they try to build a community in this new development. The exhibition is open now and runs until [...]View Post arsenal, exhibition, highbury stadium, novotny, transformation