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The Brighton Photo Challenge with mpb.com

  Brighton is home to two piers, the UK’s tallest moving observation tower, the country’s most eccentric palace, and Britain’s biggest marketplace for used cameras and lenses. We decided to take five AP readers down to the coast to visit all…

Rotolight HSS transmitter for Fujifilm

“As the system grows, so do the demands from our users for compatibility with third-party accessories,” said Fujifilm UK Marketing Manager, Andreas Georghiades. “This is why we are so happy to have an HSS transmitter for our X Series and…

Latest issue is “on the shelf”

Studio photographer turned handyman, Andrew Sydenham, built some special shelves for the cameras, which he then shot under studio conditions. A huge thanks to second-hand specialist, MPB.com of Brighton, who supplied the cameras at very short notice, including such great…

Winning coastal and seascape photography

The winners where whittled down from almost 1,000 entries, and the prize for the overall winner was awarded to Chris Herring for his entry, ‘Fighting until the End’, a photo capturing an abandoned yacht at Cart Gap on the Norfolk…

Canon EOS R

Canon EOS R vs Nikon Z6 vs Nikon Z7: which one to buy?

So Canon and Nikon now both have full-frame mirrorless cameras. Here’s a quick guide to their main differences and similarities… Resolution The Canon EOS R boasts a 30.3Mp full-frame sensor, which pips the 25.7Mp sensor of the Nikon Z6, but…

Oblique strategies in Ealing

Oblique Strategies is an exhibition from Ealing London Independent Photography group and is part of the BEAT arts festival. Nineteen photographers have taken inspiration from a set of challenges originally written by Eno as a method of overcoming creative block…

Nikon Z7

Nikon Z6 and Z7: for and against

There has been a lot of online chatter about the Nikon Z6 and Z7, particularly complaints about the lack of a dual memory card slot. To get a more balanced view, AP spoke to two well-respected Nikon-using professionals, landscape photographer…

Panasonic Lumix LX100 II

Panasonic Lumix LX100 II: popular power compact gets beefed-up

Panasonic has announced the Lumix LX100 II, a power compact featuring a 17MP Micro Four Thirds sensor, stabilised Leica f/1.7 to f/2.8 lens (24-75mm equivalent), a higher resolution three-inch touchscreen, 4K video and Bluetooth connectivity. The sensor on the new…

Leica announces new M10–P with quiet shutter

Leica’s new M10-P rangefinder camera will sit alongside the existing M10 in the premium camera manufacturer’s line-up, offering customers the chance to choose between the two editions. In essence, the two cameras are very similar, but the M10-P has been…

Photography with spirit

Simon Marsden: A Life in Pictures had its global premiere at the BFI on 16th August, directed by Irish documentary filmmaker Jason Figgis and produced by Gray Levett of leading Nikon specialist, Grays of Westminster. The movie is yet to…

Brian May talks about major new stereo photography book

Brian’s London Stereoscopic Company has recently republished a book on the Scottish stereoscopic photographer George Washington Wilson, written by leading photographic historian, Professor Roger Taylor (no relation). Washington Wilson (1823-93) became the toast of Victorian society with his innovative landscape…