We were honoured to recognise veteran photojournalist, Marilyn Stafford, for her lifetime’s achievements in photography at the recent AP awards, and you can now see the winners of her own Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award.
8 001This award is granted annually to “a professional woman photographer towards the initiation or completion of a compelling and cohesive …Continue reading »
Sony has announced the FE 35mm F1.8, a lightweight, large-aperture prime for its full-frame mirrorless system. It fills a gap in the firm’s range between the large and expensive FE 35mm F1.4 ZA and the compact FE 35mm F2.8 ZA.
Measuring 63mm in diameter and 73mm in length, and with a 55mm filter thread, it’s the lightest lens in its …Continue reading »
From Lightroom to Luminar, James Paterson explores some of the finest options for processing and enhancing your raw photos
Raw files look very flat straight out of the camera, so to get results like this you need to boost tone and contrast. From Lightroom to Luminar, James Paterson explores some of the finest options for processing and enhancing your raw photos
Japan’s biggest camera show, CES, was held back in February, and details are now being confirmed of lenses announced there. The Tamron 17-28mm f/2.8 Di III RXD, for example, is a fast, wide-angle zoom for Sony full-frame mirrorless cameras, and it’s been confirmed the lens will weigh 420g while measuring a relatively compact 99mm in length.
The lens features the RXD (Rapid eXtra-silent stepping Drive) AF motor unit, which Tamron claims offers fast, virtually noise free …Continue reading »
The winners of the Kennel Club’s Dog Competition of the Year have been announced, with Denise Czichocki from Switzerland named overall winner for her image “Dreaming Merlin” (which was also placed first in the ‘Oldies’ category). Merlin, shown below, is deaf but clearly loves flowers.
1st Place Oldies
Overall WinnerThere were almost 7,000 entries from over 70 countries, including Brazil, Canada, USA, China, Russia, Australia and New Zealand. “My …Continue reading »
The right light can make or break a shot - and nowhere is this more important than in wildlife photography, says Oscar Dewhurst
In this instance the trees in the distance were shaded, so exposing for the sunlit swan rendered the water black. Nikon D850, 400mm,
1/2000sec at f/2.8, ISO 500. The right light can make or break a shot - and nowhere is this more important than in wildlife photography, says Oscar Dewhurst