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[ad_1] Tamron surprised us all when they announced their latest flagship full-frame lens: a 35mm f/1.4 prime, made for DSLRs. Cranking out amazing f/2.8 zooms left and right for years now, (for both DSLR and mirrorless systems) they have shown their commitment to serious photographers with...

[ad_1] I began this work at the end of 2014. The reports issued by Red de Médicos de Pueblos Fumigados were overwhelming. All the media have barely mentioned the subject. They continue to deny the existence of the problem, in collusion with the political power...

[ad_1] WEDDINGS can be highly lucrative for a photographer. But speak to many wedding photographers and they will say that it is not one of their favourite jobs. It is highly stressful, and the pressure is on. Expectations are high...

[ad_1] Here are two cities, strangers, friends and even a self-portrait that pops up as a reflection in a shop window or as a watermark in this series of photographs. The self-portrait of an era, of a youth, of a quest. I found it interesting...

[ad_1] A B.C. photographer is out thousands of dollars after falling victim to a scam that has cost its victims millions of dollars.“I’ve had my business going for three years with many ups and downs and this is by far the...