Category Archives for "News"

Apr 02

#1187. Week Links of Photography (02 Apr 2022)

By pascaljappy | News

From neural radiances to zoom pinholes, from curved medium format sensors to synecdoche, from ocoloy to dodgy processing, from Richard Gere to the Italian catholic church, from street photography to astrophoto marathons, from marine biology to Nike, and more …   Technology, that most frustrating of enablers has taken its toll on my mood, this […]

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Apr 01

#1186. DS goes Crypto #DAO #NFT

By pascaljappy | News

Although regularly voted one of the world’s best travel photography blogs on the planet, if not in the whole universe, DearSusan has suffered from one major flaw since its inception: centralisation. Up to recently, there were no solutions to correct this, but now we can finally move on!   So the first move for us, […]

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Mar 19

#1180. Week Links of Photography (19 Mar 2022)

By pascaljappy | News

When you chain-read the news in one sitting, to write a newsletter, trends become starkingly obvious. And if one has raised its hand far more than others this week, it’s the return of film!! New film stock is being released, lenses are being reviewed from a film-shooter perspective, film cameras are more sought after, artists […]

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Mar 13

#1178. Week Links of Photography (13 Mar 2022)

By pascaljappy | News

Nature photography awards, tilt lenses, easy lighting, easy backups, cine lenses turned photo lenses, Apple Studio, Sony Medium Format, AI photo tagging, ethical wildlife photography, soft proofing … and more 😉   Creative Winners of the 2022 World Nature awards The title says it all 😉 Bellatrix, by Thomas Blanchard   Gear   AstrHori 50mm […]

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Jan 02

#1161. Happy New Year (& plans for DS in 2022)

By pascaljappy | News

Here’s wishing you all much happiness, creativity and fulfilment for 2022 🙂 🙂 And here’s how we hope to contribute in however tiny proportions!   2021 has been a very odd year. A triumph for science, a disaster for leadership and intelligent collaboration. Great riches for some, personal tragedy for others. Nothing new, really, but […]

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