10% of print sales donated to RNLI
2011 marks competition’s fifth year
Sunsets Viewed from the Wight is a new photography exhibition by Steve Cornwall being held at the Dimbola Lodge Museum.
Engineers at University of California, San Diego, have built a powerful yet ultra-thin digital camera by folding up the telephoto lens in a manner reminiscent of origami paper folding.
‘Journey Four' is an elegant hardback book that showcases the work of over 100 highly talented amateur and professional photographers.
‘Best in Black and White' offers real silver gelatin black and white framed art photographs at the House of Ilford online store
Photographers offered chance to showcase talent at multimedia event
Get a free £5 John Lewis voucher with every Christmas subscriptions order to Amateur Photographer magazine
The arrival of zoom lenses changed the way photographers approached their subjects. In the days of primes you had to move to another spot to change the composition but zoom…
A definition of Zoom lens
Live View compatibility added to remote control unit
The Secureline Zigview R is based on the Zigview Digital Angle Finder and is the world’s first TTL Motion Sensor shutter release.
Review of the Zigview R
Zen Vision is a device for displaying digital images, songs and movies from Creative.
Optics for filming on still cameras launched by Carl Zeiss
It may be heralded as one of the best lenses ever made, but is the Zeiss Otus 55mm f/1.4 really worth almost £2,500 more than the Sigma 50mm f/1.4 Art…
Carl Zeiss release a quartet of lenses with fast apertures, including a 70-200mm option
It's prime, it's sharp and it's named after an owl: the Zeiss Otus 1.4/55 promises to practically eliminate chromatic aberrations
If you’re looking for some interesting reading during the holidays then look no further than Zeiss Camera Lens News. The free online newsletter focusses on Zeiss lenses but its technical…