• #645. Monday Post (18 September 2017): Chewing the RX10 IV cud
  • #645. Monday Post (18 September 2017): Chewing the RX10 IV cud
  • #645. Monday Post (18 September 2017): Chewing the RX10 IV cud
  • #645. Monday Post (18 September 2017): Chewing the RX10 IV cud
  • #645. Monday Post (18 September 2017): Chewing the RX10 IV cud
  • #645. Monday Post (18 September 2017): Chewing the RX10 IV cud

#645. Monday Post (18 September 2017): Chewing the RX10 IV cud

    Behind the scenes at DearSusan, the contributors occasionally indulge in some robust discussion, mostly not for publication, but sometimes delivering excellent content – just the kind the Monday Post was created for.   This conversation was started last week by my reading of Kirk Tuck’s comments on Sony’s

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#641. Finding Solace.

#641. Finding Solace.

Adrian Turner: I recently wrote about my lack of inspiration following a particularly challenging period in my life, that left me feeling emotionally drained and creatively barren. My inspiration came from an hour of introspection whilst I photographed abstract architecture in Singapore, and led to a reassurance that all interest

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#634. Monday Post (21 Aug 2017): Unsplash – death to sales?

#634. Monday Post (21 Aug 2017): Unsplash – death to sales?

A few days ago, I came across this article on PetaPixel, entitled “the future of photography”. The article is written by Mikael Cho, the founder of a website called “Unsplash”, a social networking photo sharing website on which users to give away copyright free high-resolution photos. I read it with

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#629. Monday Post (7 Aug 2017) – A can of worms

#629. Monday Post (7 Aug 2017) – A can of worms

  Ah what feels so good as opening a proper can of worms? I cannot resist, and thus open one called “Sony Vs Fuji”!     Admittedly, Canon and Nikon still rank 1 & 2 in the “serious camera” space. But Sony and Fuji are the ones making progress at

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# 619 Monday-Post-gone-over-to-Tuesday (17-18 July 2017) Is it Likeable, or Leicable.

# 619 Monday-Post-gone-over-to-Tuesday (17-18 July 2017) Is it Likeable, or Leicable.

Readers of DearSusan know it, not one of our gang is actually fond of Leica. Well that’s not true. We’re all rather fond of Leica actually, but not of Leica cameras. All of us love Leica glass, but the cameras, well… We’d all love for Leica to do well and

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#608. The Monday Post (19 June 2017) – What of the Sony A7rIII ?

#608. The Monday Post (19 June 2017) – What of the Sony A7rIII ?

By modern standards, my Sony A7r2 is getting long in the tooth. It used to be that we bought cameras and kept them for decades. Not anymore, as sensor technology has been making great strides in the past few years and cameras in our price bracket come with the sensor

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#586. The Monday Post – a news round-up (24 April 2017)

#586. The Monday Post – a news round-up (24 April 2017)

  The photographic media everywhere has been awash this past week with news of Sony’s A9 camera. Here at DS, we’ve exchanged a lot of e-mails about this new and possibly groundbreaking (if it delivers Sony’s hype) camera. Some of them might even be suitable for publication.   In short,

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#584. The Sony A9 is here. Is it time for me to start painting ? Or curating Google Earth photographs ?

#584. The Sony A9 is here. Is it time for me to start painting ? Or curating Google Earth photographs ?

So, there we are, Sony has just dealt a potentially huge blow to Canon and what remains of Nikon. First, a range of native and non-native lenses that has probably seen no equal in photographic history. Now the mother of all bodies, if stats are to be believed. So many

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#581. The Monday Post (10 April 2017)

#581. The Monday Post (10 April 2017)

  Monday. Post day. First up, some news:   Gizmodo says Nikon Tries to Right the Sinking Ship With a Stupid Swarovski Replica   I don’t get it either. The company seems to have lost the mainstream plot, has little or nothing new to offer, meanwhile loyal customers are wondering

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  • #574. Travel portraits in Asia
  • #574. Travel portraits in Asia
  • #574. Travel portraits in Asia
  • #574. Travel portraits in Asia

#574. Travel portraits in Asia

This new guest post is from frequent comment contributor Adrian who is sharing some interesting insights on how a vision evolves in time. The underlying topics of thinking about projects and specialisation are particularly noteworthy. Thanks Adrian. Quick bio below : I have been a keen amateur photographer for over

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