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Lately I've been having conversations with my brother about camera systems. He's looking to upgrade from an older generation m4/3 body and trying to decide his…

Sometimes a picture seems awkward. Consider, for instance, the image above. It began well. I looked through the view finder, played with my focal lengths, and…

Matt Sulanto, a photoblogger and former ambassador for Lumix cameras made a recent video in which he mentioned he has "problems with certain photos." The photos…

Fort Lee, originally named Fort Constitution was built along the Hudson River in New Jersey, during July of 1776 as part of a strategic defense plan conceived…

Drum recording on the stage of a music club. The name of the band is KIPU. The pictures were taken in 2016.04.03. Gear: Panasonic LX100

PhotoBlog is the perfect social medium platform because it allows those of us who love photography to express our passion for photography in unique and endless…

The Inota thermal power plant (formerly known as the November 7 Thermal Power Plant) was one of the largest industrial investments in Hungary in the 1950s. The…

Was einmal ein japanischer Strassenrenner war ist nun ein Edelrad der gehobenen Klasse. Dieses DX-3000 (56) baut auf der originalen Shimano 600 Reihe auf…

I took out my old Panasonic to make some closeups from my Helios lens.Long time since I used it ,for an old camera this has got a great macro setting.

Still trying out my new Helios 44M Here you can see the focus peaking ( the red lines around the glasses ) of my Fuji

An older photo today, from when I was trying out some things. Taken with the Panasonic, the result is quite pleasing. This year I want to take much more photos…

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve been busy writing a review of the Panasonic G9 to publish on my website. It won’t be full of technical charts and statistics…

Forgot about this photo, but with the B&W challenge came across it. I can't keep it from you guys. This hippo was a real ballerina in the water. Do you have…
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