Tag Archives for " Travel Photography "

Sep 29

#280. October Calendar page

By pascaljappy | News

Hey everyone, the October page for our ongoing freebie calendar series is here. As usual, multiple photo candidates were discussed. But let’s face it, what area of the world best captures the feeling of a great October day? I suppose red forests are nice, but we’ve seen thousands. And Halloween costumes also come to mind […]

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Kogel Baai morning
Sep 14

#277. Fighting off Otus envy.

By Paul Perton | Opinion

Zeiss’ 55mm Otus doesn’t stir me much. Of course, I want one; I’m a photographer after all. But I’ve got an ancient 50mm f1.4 manual focus AI Nikkor that delivers fantastic images and I still haven’t learned to get the best out of it yet. Besides which, it was a US$96 eBay buy. Zeiss’ monster […]

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Sep 04

#274. Travel Photography as a Dynamic Duo

By pascaljappy | Opinion

A few weeks ago, friend and co-author Philippe visited me and we set out to photograph 2 of the local attractions : the Cap Canaille cliff in the pretty port of Cassis and the view from the Sainte-Baume, alleged last dwelling of Mary Magdelene, and pictured here. After reviewing our respective photographs and finding both […]

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Kloveniersburgwal in Amsterdam
Sep 03

#273. September calendar page

By pascaljappy | News

So, it’s September 3rd. Just like Gandalf, we’re late. We recently promised regular freebies (wallpapers, calendars) and mean well, really. We’re just late. But we have really good excuses : Mazda is launching the new Miata, with the help of Duran Duran Zeiss is launching the Loxia 35/2 and 50/2 (yummy) Sep 3rd marks the […]

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Morning in Cambridge, Jesus park at sunrise - Sony A7r
Aug 04

#264. Freebies and new post category

By pascaljappy | News

Quick summer news from team DearSusan. Paul Perton has suggested we create wallpapers and has provided the first sample below. It serves as a simple calendar and is 1920×1200 resolution. You can resize it easily to fit your screen resolution.     The photograph was made in Scotland at sunset near a brook, called a […]

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Jul 29

#261. Menu envy. Not.

By Paul Perton | Opinion

Many pundits flesh out their reviews with (usually) lengthy and often caustic gripes about interfaces – the way the camera communicates with you and how easy it is to set, or change a specific function. Read any Web review. There’s always a section on the menus and how hard (usually) or easy (rarely) it is […]

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