#828. Loving the smartphone more and more.

#828. Loving the smartphone more and more.

The digitalisation benefits of smartphones have been covered often enough in my posts not to warrant going deep into them again. Always-with-you pocket convenience is great. Superb performance in appropriate conditions, also. But knowing your pics are being backed-up and organised as you shoot may be the most satisfying of

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#692. Maxwell’s equations of watching others watching art ?

#692. Maxwell’s equations of watching others watching art ?

If I asked you “what is art?” you’d be right to close this window immediately. The eternal question has elicited numerous replies from pundits, none of which can satisfy everyone. While auction houses and collectors seem to agree on what constitutes valuable art, I’ve come to the conclusion that a

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#585. How many cameras do you own?

#585. How many cameras do you own?

By “own”, I actually mean “use”. So, how many cameras do you own and use, on a regular basis? And why?     On the top shelf of my home office lies a lovely Fujica 645 film-era camera, with bellows and with a superb 75mm lens. It’s there because the

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#450. Spring in Paris. A Photo Workshop for Introverts Also!

#450. Spring in Paris. A Photo Workshop for Introverts Also!

You know what’s wrong with most photo workshops? Even those being held in Paris? They’re often designed exclusively for extroverts. Not that the louder voice or larger camera always wins, but group dynamics are organised with extroverts in mind. Much like all of our business world and education system. You

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