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Aug 31

Mashable reviews the Nikon Coolpix A

I don’t get what Nikon is trying to do with its camera line up. They have DSLRs in the form of DX and FX sensors, but they don’t have the lens lineup to fully support DX. So if you’re looking at a pure Nikkor lens set, you’d have to get some FX lenses. Then there’s …

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Aug 30

What I’ve been up to…

It has been a while since I posted something. Friends who drop by here have asked whether I’m planning on demising the blog. The answer is most definitely NO. So let’s recap on what I’ve been up to since the last post. My second son is now almost 2 years old… yes, time flies! And …

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Nov 29

Spot the fakes

Photoshopped Fergie: New software claims to be able to identify where - and how much - an image has been retouched

Researchers claim to have created software which is able to identify where and how much an image has been altered. I’d like to have this as an app for my mobile! Read more

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Nov 28

Photography basics – An introduction

You love taking pictures… whether it’s with your mobile or your point-and-shoot. You take pictures of almost everyone and everything, your friends, family, strangers, food, flowers, toys, architecture, landscapes, etc. Some of your pictures, you really love.. and others are merely acceptable, whilst others you delete immediately. You realise that while you love taking pictures, …

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Oct 29

The Nikon D70s CCD vs the Nikon D7000 CMOS

First off, this is a quick and dirty comparison. It’s not meant to be exhaustive (How can it be? It’s a comparison of a couple of images!). This is something for me to satisfy my curiosity about how the two sensors compare and to see what 5 years of progress means to digital photography. Both …

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