#810. Is film only for hipster kids?

#810. Is film only for hipster kids?

To digital photographers, film often feels like that esoterical backwater only frequented by people in search of a raison d’être. What if film photography was teeming with life, potential and creativity?

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#807. Photograph it like you mean it (a DS challenge).

#807. Photograph it like you mean it (a DS challenge).

A photo that’s technically bland but ful of emotion is a winner. The opposite is a fail. Will you dare to take our challenge?

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#806. Monday Post (7 Jan 2019) – Nah! (Nutella, Apple and Hasselblad)

#806. Monday Post (7 Jan 2019) – Nah! (Nutella, Apple and Hasselblad)

Last year, French citizens fought over discounted pots of Nutella. And my MacBook Pro screen started to lose its antireflection coating in patches. So I’m hoping for a cheaper Hasselblad X1D. Umair Haque explains.     How to become super rich. It’s actually easy.   Bill Gates became the world’s

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#804. 2019 resolution: make Art? I think not … ;)

#804. 2019 resolution: make Art? I think not … ;)

  First of all, forget resolutions. 97% of diets fail. Those that don’t are largely medically assisted. Resolutions don’t work because they fight our nature and willpower is a limited resource. Once you’ve depleted yours, it’s gone. So those new year resolutions actually act as parasites for other important aspects

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#801. A photo trip to Japan – part 1

#801. A photo trip to Japan – part 1

Like every country with a rich culture and history, Japan offers many facets to the visitor. Unlike most countries, though, it exposes a layering of ties between past and present and the contrast between modernism and past is very striking, a fact I only barely scratched the surface of, during

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#800. Monday Post (17 Dec 2018) – My 3 photographic aha moments of 2018.

#800. Monday Post (17 Dec 2018) – My 3 photographic aha moments of 2018.

Aha moments shape how we live our lives. DearSusan looks back at 3 determining aha photpgraphic moments of 2018.

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#796. A personal wishlist for the next Sony A7r4 (A9r ?)

#796. A personal wishlist for the next Sony A7r4 (A9r ?)

It’s been 3 years! Who’d have known? 3 years since my replacement of the groundbreaking and unbelievably irritating A7r with the even better and *far* more pleasant A7r2, in my bag. While the A7r3 brought with it the promise of even more fixed glitches and the unbelievably cool on paper

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#795. What’s (in) my bags ? (Pascal)

#795. What’s (in) my bags ? (Pascal)

In this series, the DearSusan editorial team shares what’s in their camera bags. Today’s, it’s Frugal Pascal’s turn.

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#792. Interviewing Hasselblad about Image Quality

#792. Interviewing Hasselblad about Image Quality

Image quality is a difficult topic to define or strive for. But I recently asked Hasselblad how they achieve their legendary IQ and got the answers below. Before jumping to them, I’d like to thank Philipe Liljenberg (Brand & Content Manager), Mathias Elmeskog (Image Quality Specialist) and Ove Bengtsson (Product

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#788. Monday Post (19 Nov 2018) – Printswapping

#788. Monday Post (19 Nov 2018) – Printswapping

That’s one word, like trainspotting, please. Two would make it an act, I wanna talk about the concept. And project.     Sooo, continuing my two obsessive themes of the year, printing and (collecting) art, as means of becoming a better photographer … here are some thoughts behind printswapping.  

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