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ZTE Axon 7 Review

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Obviously this review is really late since this phone was released last year, so I’ll try my best to make it different from the others. Continue reading


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Casting Local Content to Chromecast

chromecast BannerI just got myself a Chromecast and already love it. For the uninitiated, it’s an turns you old, HDMI ready, TV into an instant smart TV which you control either with your phone from from chrome. Everything worked great until I wanted to stream my local content.
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How Breaking My Lens Helped Me Take Better Photos and Why You Should Do the Same

broken lens bannerA while ago on a job I dropped my only wide/normal lens during a lens swap. Needless to say it was a horrible feeling. Like all things bad, this had a silver lining, it just took time to show. Continue reading


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Thoughts on the Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM

10-18 bannerRecently, when I say recently I mean a while ago, Canon released a new Ultra Wide-Zoom lens: Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4.5-5.6 IS STM. A great addition to their plastic silver ringed EF-S series of kit lenes essentially completing it. Continue reading


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The Absence

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I’m back!!!! for the third time round probably….I admit I haven’t been the best blogger being absent for so long. I’m back now and hopefully here to stay. Continue reading


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Tutorial Tuesdays: Creating a Handheld Camera Look in After Effects

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Welcome to Tutorial Tuesdays, a new weekly tutorial ranging from Photoshop to Premiere Pro and even Dreamweaver either written by me or something I stumble upon. This Week we kick of the first installment with an After Effects Tutorials on Animating with Expressions, namely the ‘Wiggle’ Expression by Bammo. Continue reading


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Canon EOS M Camera Preview

 

Introduction – here we go

In order to preview the new Canon EOS M, Canon’s first mirrorless camera with interchangeable lenses it’s probably best to approach this buying decision as you would when buying a tablet computer today. Continue reading