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Mar 13

#568. Monday Un-Post

By philberphoto | Monday Post

DearSusan posts tell a story. A story of photography and situations/things/people to photograph, to process, to share and to remember. Therefore this cannot be a post, it must go down as an un-post. Un-kind, un-inspiring, un-amusing, Un-Susan. The un-post. Pascal can be such a drone sometimes (many times). He gets antsy when he sees brilliant […]

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Jul 13

#376. Why DSLRs are deader than a doornail for top-quality photography

By philberphoto | Uncategorized

Fact is, just a few years ago, DSLRs accounted for 100% of top-quality cameras, excluding medium-format and other professional gear. Mirrorless cameras were all compact, with thimble-sized sensors, very limited in terms of performance. There was but one exception, a small market niche for rangefinder cameras, almost exclusively Leica. But, despite the superlative glass, special […]

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Jun 10

#363. Theming up

By philberphoto | Opinion

In photography, I’m just a total amateur, a quirky hobbyist. I shoot whatever I feel like, whenever I feel like it, and post whatever that yields. Which means that the result is a ragtag collection of haphazard opportunities and inspirations. The “opportunity”, this time, is that the municipal council in my city has decided to […]

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