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Jason Row is a British born travel photographer now living in Ukraine. You can follow him on The Odessa Files. He also maintains a blog chronicling his exploits as an Expat in the former Soviet Union.

The Reasons You Might Want to Buy a Rangefinder Cameras

The Reasons You Might Want to Buy a Rangefinder Cameras

Photography has always gone through phases and fashions, both in the style of the imagery and of course the technology we use. At the moment the DSLR is perhaps on the wane whilst the upstart is mirrorless.

However, through these changes in fashion, one camera type has always sat in the background, quietly being used by a select group of enthusiasts and professionals alike – the rangefinder camera.

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Retro Cameras: Style Over Substance?

Retro Cameras: Style Over Substance?

Retro styled cameras are all the rage these days and are selling like hotcakes. From the Nikon DF to the Fuji x100s, a lot of manufacturers are taking advantage of fashion over function. But is it really a case of style over substance or are these new retro cameras up to par in functionality too?

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Thinking of Getting Into Medium Format Cameras? Here’s The Lowdown

Thinking of Getting Into Medium Format Cameras? Here’s The Lowdown

Medium format cameras can offer a lot of benefits over traditional and digital SLRs. If you’re thinking of taking the plunge, here’s a backgrounder on them to get you started.

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Are Your Photos Distorted? How to Fix Them With Lens Correction Software

Are Your Photos Distorted? How to Fix Them With Lens Correction Software

One of the problems that you run into when you take up photography is that some of your images, under certain conditions and with certain gear, can look distorted. That’s fine if it’s intentional, but sometimes you will want to avoid this outcome. Here, Jason Row takes us through the exact steps to fix it in post production.

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The Joy of Travel Photography

The Joy of Travel Photography

Travel and photography is a match made in heaven. Exploring new areas gives you a massive amount of options for shooting that perfect photograph. In this short essay, Jason Row shows us why it’s his love.

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Five Keys to Better Black and White Landscapes

Five Keys to Better Black and White Landscapes

We are blessed that we were born with the ability to see in color. Seeing the deep blue of a summer’s sky or the intense red of a spring rose is something that we perhaps take for granted. As we see in color so our cameras take pictures in color but sometimes all the colors […]

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The Five Basic Pieces of Equipment That Make Landscape Shoots Go Smoothly

The Five Basic Pieces of Equipment That Make Landscape Shoots Go Smoothly

Landscape photography is both great fun, inspiring and hard work. It can be both physically and mentally demanding, carrying your gear to the ideal location, finding the right angle and of course the potentially agonizing waits for the light to become just so. Today we are going to look at five essential items that will […]

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An Advanced Guide to Light Metering in Photography

An Advanced Guide to Light Metering in Photography

In a previous article we took a look at metering using the camera’s built in metering system, explaining the different metering modes and in what situations to use them. For the vast majority of people the metering systems of modern digital cameras is so good that we need not consider other means of reading our […]

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What You Need to Know About The Basics of Green Screen Photography

What You Need to Know About The Basics of Green Screen Photography

Once the preserve of Hollywood films and sophisticated television studios, green screen technology has now filtered down to within the reach of the average photographic consumer. So before we go too far lets take a brief look at what green screen photography actually is. It was originally (and still is) known as Chroma Keying, and […]

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How to Process and Black and White Film

How to Process and Black and White Film

Film is enjoying somewhat of a renaissance in recent years, the manual labour and thought processes required in creating an image without the ability to refer to a screen, being attractive to photographers who wish to learn more about their chosen craft. Some, post digital photographers though may have been put off by the perceived […]

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