PortraitPro and LandscapePro software advertise in Cameracraft, which is published by Icon, owners of the Photoclubalpha site. They regularly provide discount codes for readers and at the moment, the discount level is maxed out – but this may only apply for a limited time. Valid for September/October is the code CCS22 and it can . . . → Read More: Get maximum discount on PortraitPro
Review at Cameracraft.online – read it now
All of the Photoclubalpha archives have now been duplicated to join the f2 and Cameracraft posts at Cameracraft.online, which is where future news and reviews will be published. We’ll always post a notice like this with the link to read at Cameracraft.
Sony E 70-350mm f/4.5-6.3 G . . . → Read More: Sony E 70-350mm f/4.5-6.3 G OSS
In the last few weeks I’ve found myself replying to Facebook Sony user group posts where new owners building their systems have asked about the Sony 90mm f/2.8 G OSS Macro FE lens. Over the months before this, I’d seen so many comments saying this was the best ever Sony and perhaps the second . . . → Read More: Sony FE 90mm f/2.8 G OSS Macro lens review
We’ve fitted GGS or similar toughened laminated glass screen protectors to our Sony bodies ever since way back in 2011, we were the first Alpha web resource to publish information about NEX screen delamination and how to repair a deteriorated LCD using one of these great products.
Replacing NEX LCD Cover Glass
Of course it . . . → Read More: Larmor 5th Generation glass screen protector with Sunshade
Read David Kilpatrick’s review of the Sony A7RIII
Cameracraft January/February started the A7RIII test report, and March/April 2018 continued it. Both are free to read now on ISSUU. In the second issue you’ll also find the review of the 24-105mm f/4 FE G OSS lens. In the first issue, Gary Friedman looks at the RX10 . . . → Read More: Sony A7RIII review in Cameracraft
We’ve got one from the first Sony ILCE-A7R3 delivery in the UK, and with a first review of two pages appearing in Cameracraft January/February 2018 from tests in early December, I will be following up with a fuller printed review and more on-line articles here as the camera’s potential unfolds.
The Alpha 7 mirrorless . . . → Read More: Sony A7RIII pixel shift with a vintage lens
Sony can make GPS work. They pioneered it in the A55, refined it in the A77, A65 and A99 – and abandoned it without a word in all later A-mount cameras and the entire E-mount series. But they prepped the Multi Function Accessory Shoe to be used with a GPS module – and I believe . . . → Read More: Sony is ready to launch a GPS module
With a body-only price of £3,199/$3,198, the third generation of the A7R came as a surprise to Sony’s own photo studio, who labelled most of the product pictures release on Wednesday as ‘A7RM2’ instead of ‘A7RIII’. We’ve changed the filenames on our system, but countless mediafolk of the future will be confused. They do after . . . → Read More: Sony A7RIII – more than a skin deep upgrade
If they want to fake a Mars colony story, a video version of LandscapePro 2 could be useful. It’s software developed in Britain, by Anthropics who first created PortraitPro, and it allows you to change almost any landscape beyond recognition. It also allows subtle and careful modifications, or essential commercial fixes like a better . . . → Read More: LandscapePro 2 – changing your world