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Sony Launches Pro Support for Photographers

Sony India has introduced Sony Imaging Pro Support (SIPS) for professional photographers. With four exclusive service centres and a national helpline number, members can experience Sony's best-in-class digital imaging products for day-to-day business and enjoy benefits such as priority repair service and access to Sony customer call care center through registered mobile number and many more. Speaking on the announcement, Kenichiro Hibi, Managing Director, Sony India, said, “At Sony, we take p … Continue Reading

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REVIEWS

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The Wedge – Nikon D7500

We have been hearing all sorts of rumours about the possible replacement of the Nikon D7200, and now we have got the camera on our test bench. The new D7500 boasts many features that have climbed down from the DX-format flagship D500. Of course, … Continue Reading

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Oppo F3 Plus: Another Selfie Expert

When majority of smartphone manufacturers were prioritising the rear camera over front, companies like Oppo focused on selfies. The bet worked in favour of the Chinese smartphone maker when they introduced the F1 series devices. Now pushing the … Continue Reading

TUTORIALS

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If I Were You – August 2017

Our Imaging Expert No one can take a picture that everyone likes. But, almost every picture can have scope of improvement. Often, we are not our best critics, while others can immediately point out the faults. In If I were you, our expert comments on … Continue Reading

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Image Editing – Part 9: Sharpening

‘Sharpening’ is a part of the digital workflow that is often least understood or mis-understood. Most beginners (and some advanced workers too) tend to over-sharpen their images. But first, let us understand why we need to sharpen our images; after al … Continue Reading

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Depth of Field & Hyperfocal Setting

Depth of Field (DoF) refers to the zone of acceptable sharpness in our picture. Let’s take that a bit further. When you focus your lens (any lens) at any given distance, technically speaking, only that point (and all points along that same plane – pl … Continue Reading