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Interview – Tony Woolliscroft talks about his recent portrait shoot with Jimmy White

How did the shoot come about? The shoot with Jimmy White came about through a long running association I have with a media company in Liverpool that specialises in sport personalities biographies – basically I shoot the book covers for them. It’s a collaborative thing on some of the shoots […]

My love affair with EVFs

When I first started using the Fujifilm X-Series last summer I didn’t realise how helpful electronic viewfinders (EVFs) can be. Being able to see a live view of the exposure and then adjusting this via the exposure compensation dial means that I am more efficient. When using SLRs […]

The camera really does matter – Philip Ewing shares his experience with the X100s

About the author Philip Ewing has been an enthusiastic amateur photographer since his 35mm days on the university student newspaper. Today he works as a journalist in Washington, D.C. You can find more photos at http://metrocommutr.tumblr.com/ Photographers love to insist the camera doesn’t matter – our creative vision is what truly […]

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