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Samsung Galaxy S4 more loved than iPhone 5

Though Apple seems to be raking in the bigger bucks compared to its Asian competition in Samsung Inc., the latter’s latest handset seems to be edging out the iPhone 5 in terms of customer satisfaction. According to a report from “We Are Social” analysts, 20% of tweets regarding the iPhone 5 is to criticize its […]

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Instagram now available on video mode

Popular photo sharing app Instagram has just announced that they will also be catering to video streaming to add on to their photo services. Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom broadcasted on Facebook yesterday that they will be giving their already popular picture service a boost by letting users take 15 second video shots of themselves to […]

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Here’s Something You Wouldn’t Need

Introducing the Olympus Pen E-P1 – something that you wouldn’t need. Yes, Olympus is a decent camera brand with it’s own share of the photography market, it has its own following to boot. But why wouldn’t you need this camera by a decent camera manufacturer? Because it costs £1999.99 or in dollars that is 3,315 […]

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A Look at the Diana

No, she is never too young and you are never too old. This, my darling, you need to be told. Oh, please, please, Diana. The Diana, back in its time, was an ignored toy camera made by a small company in HongKong–the Great Wall Plastics Camera. Back then, in the 1960s, the Diana is the […]

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Pimp Your Lomo

It’s pretty much surprising how the number of Lomography enthusiasts in the world grow by the minute. This can only mean one thing: Lomography is a fun! It’s probably the excitement–the adrenaline–to create images that can be called art that drives people into loving Lomography. But what gets them more psyched about the hobby is […]

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Pimp Your Lomo

It’s pretty much surprising how the number of Lomography enthusiasts in the world grow by the minute. This can only mean one thing: Lomography is a fun! It’s probably the excitement–the adrenaline–to create images that can be called art that drives people into loving Lomography. But what gets them more psyched about the hobby is […]

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Underwater Action

How many times have you gone snorkeling or scuba diving where the memories of these experiences would just fade in the background simply because you weren’t able to take pictures of the wonderful sight you have witnessed? Most of the time, I suppose. Especially if you don’t have the right tool that perfectly records images […]

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Exploring Lomography Part 2: A Quick Peek on the History of Lomography

Although it’s true that Lomography has penetrated the market early 2000 and has been extremely popular these days, its history can be traced back to early 1980’s. It was in 1982 when Lomo PLC factory of Saint Petersburg, Russia created the 35mm Lomo LC-A Kompakt Automat. 1991 – Austrian founders of Lomography discovered the Lomo […]

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Exploring Lomography Part 1

Today, we’ll enter into the new wave in the field of photography known as lomography. We’ll explore the most popular lomo cameras available in the market and see the unique and fun features each cam has to offer. Holga. Made of inexpensive materials and cheap as it may seem, a Holga toy cam often yields […]

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Tips to Capturing Perfect Moments

If you’re an aspiring professional photographer or simply a photo enthusiast, here are the things that you might want to consider in pursuing your dream job or the hobby that you love: Never miss a photo opportunity. When a friend invites you to an event, say a dance or a costume party, don’t forget to […]

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