Lightpainting with a Harmonograph Harmony of Light – From Technology to Art? By Andrew Carter

Introduction I am a lifetime enthusiast photographer, but my career has been in Optoelectronics and Engineering, designing and building the devices that power today’s optical

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Olympus has Fallen – Who’s next?

In a move that will surprise few watchers of the camera industry, Olympus is selling their camera business to Japan Industrial Partners, a private equity

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A printer deal worth noting, a note on raw conversion, some speculation on the industry and some notes on lenses, especially slow ones.

For those who have been following the printing series, Hunts Photo and Video in Massachusetts has an excellent opportunity to get into serious photo printing.

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Cameras and lenses that were supposed to be for CP+ (even though there’s no CP+)

It’s camera and lens release season again, due to the recently cancelled CP+ show – while the show fell victim to the coronavirus, many of

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A PowerBook Once Again?

28 years ago this fall, Apple released the first Mac PowerBooks. They weren’t actually the first portable Macs. Outbound Systems and a couple of other

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