Instagram Hyperlapse

Instagram Hyperlapse

Instagram Hyperlapse Review – If, like me, you are fascinated by time-lapse videos then Instagram’s new Hyperlapse app could be just what you need on your smartphone. While there are numerous time-lapse apps available for Android and iPhone they nearly all require the smartphone to...

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Top 6 Laptops for Photographers

MACBOOK PRO (15in)

After a new portable workstation to edit your images? We round up a selection of six laptops 1. MACBOOK PRO (15in) £1599 The champion laptop for just about all creative types is the MacBook Pro. These models offer perfect portability, decent power and, since the introduction...

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Why Choose Joomla ?

Why Choose Joomla

There are many other open-source CMSes around such as WordPress, Drupal, and etc. They’re all great tools, each with its own typical uses and benefits. Why would you want to choose Joomla!? ‹ ‹People tend to choose Joomla! because they find it easy to use....

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Giant Iron Age artworks spotted from space

Giant Iron Age artworks spotted from space

Created from huge earthen mounds and stretching across the landscape in geometric patterns, geoglyphs are among the largest works of art ever made by human hands. Now a network of previously unknown geoglyphs has been found in the central Asian Republic of Kazakhstan using satellite...

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The Samsung NX-Series System

The Samsung NX-Series System

Since introducing their first CSC, the 15.1-MP NX10 with three NX lenses in January 2010, Samsung has been prolific in developing new technology and introducing new products. The NX10 was the only mirrorless camera to employ the large (so-called APS-C) 23.4 x 15.6 mm sensor...

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The Fujifilm X System

The Fujifilm X System

Using the experience gained from their DSLR system, Fujifilm entered the mirrorless interchangeable-lens CSC market in February 2012 with the 16.3-MP X-Pro1. This is a beautifully crafted model with magnesium-alloy components and a retro design with metal-milled dials that hark back to the era of...

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The Pentax DSLR System

Pentax DSLR System

Since Pentax is now owned by Ricoh Imaging, their latest DSLRs benefit from technologies developed by both companies. After decades of making 35-mm SLRs, the first digital model, the 6-MP Pentax *ist, was released in 2003. Numerous new, improved models have been released since then,...

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The Sony Alpha System

The Sony Alpha System

Although Sony entered the digital SLR market by acquiring Konica Minolta (in 2006), the current Alpha models have developed far past their predecessors, retaining only the A-mount and in-camera image stabilizer. Since the first Sony model, the α100, the company has been adding entirely new...

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The Canon EOS M System

The Canon EOS M System

Very popular particularly in Asia, the Canon M system was first unveiled in July 2012, initially including one body and two zooms. Since then a second body, the M2 in three different colours and featuring faster autofocus plus Wi-Fi, became available, but only in China...

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Carbon Scatter 2015

Carbon Scatter 2015 Review

Carbon Scatter 2015 Review – The latest update to the Carbon Scatter instancing plug-in forges closer links with e-on’s Plant Factory, although this functionality does require the Pro version (¤240, £191, $306), replacing the Botanica module. You can export vegetation from Plant Factory and then use...

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