Monthly Archives: April 2015

Lenstag

Gear protection is an important issue nowadays. As for any stuff, if somebody steals something, is because somebody will buy it later, even without knowing it. To try to prevent or at least reduce gear theft, Lenstag is the service … Continue reading

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The Nifty Fifty

A lot of new great software coming out these days!! Last week I had to break this series to talk about the great release of Snapseed 2.0 and two days ago Adobe just released the newest version of Lightroom (Lightroom … Continue reading

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Phone photography and Snapseed 2

Some years ago I, before I got my interest back into photography, I use to carry a point-and-shoot around. dSLR’s were bulky and expensive (they did not change much, my opinion about those facts did 😉 ). Then Nokia released … Continue reading

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Renting before buying

As the Christmas time was approaching, I decided I was getting a prime lens as gift. Well, we all heard how the Canon 85mm 1.8 is a great lens for portraits and as a general workhorse. The lens is quite … Continue reading

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A World in HDR

One of those old habits that lucky don’t die. I can’t go to bed without reading a bit of something. No matter how tired I am. So another book “review”. A World in HDR by Trey Ratcliff. No news I … Continue reading

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