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How to Select a Camera Memory Card?

In present day business sector on the off chance that you need to purchase a camera memory card, you may think that it is a tough ask.

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A Doctor's Stand-In

I had a recent assignment for one of my top clients where I had to go back and photograph a single doctor to add to a group shot I had done for them several months ago.   102 more words

Advertising Photography

Blogging On The Move...

I recently got this ipad 5¬†from Argos, to try out and share my top app’s to help blogging on the move and streamline my technology while traveling. 461 more words

Product Reviews

Direct Transfer To A Windows PC Now Available In Eye-Fi Mobi Cards

Eye-Fi is a leading maker of wireless memory cards, and has as of late started a beta Windows desktop recipient for the Mobi card. By using this new Eye-Fi Mobi cards, a client can without much of a stretch exchange records directly to the desktop immediately, which is a redesign of the feature exchange and Polaroid to-portable photograph characteristics. 400 more words

Windows Support

A + S Holiday Wish List

We thought for our some of our last posts of the year, it would be fun to combine forces here and give you not one blogger, but two! 497 more words


Blogging on the move - New Tech (and Falafel)

Consider this post a test run. I’m currently sat in a pub called the Orange Tree in the centre of Leicester. I’m typing this on my new Kindle Fire HD 7 which I bought along with a leather case with built in qwerty keyboard. 751 more words


PhotoRaw App for iOS now supports X-Pro1 and X-E1

PhotoRaw for iOS is a iPad and iPhone viewer and developer for image files in raw format. Raw file formats from most camera manufacturers are supported, for example Nikon NEF files, Canon CR2 files, Leica DNG files, etc. 92 more words