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Like most film SLRs from the 1970s, the Olympus OM-10 offered only basic exposure controls and few special features, outside of a self-timer and light meter.Photo: Spline SplinsonMy first camera, back in the late 1970s, was an Olympus OM-10. The camera body had dials to adjust shutter speed and ISO/ASA, an exposure compensation dial, and an 'Auto' mode. A built-in light meter helped get the right
The surprise revival of Six Days in Fallujah risks justifying the violence against the Iraqi people in the name of entertainment, writes Bryant Francis. ...
What happened with Microsoft's change of heart over increased pricing on Xbox Live Gold subscriptions, and what does it mean for the future of Xbox Game Pass? We examine in detail... ...
Why are some companies in the game biz - from Embracer Group to Keywords - going on studio buying sprees right now? Should we be worried about it, and what are the larger financial underpinnings? ...
Canon's EOS 5D Mark II changed the camera industry forever. In more ways than one.Looking back, I can't honestly say I recognized the long-term impact of Canon's big announcement at Photokina 2008. It's only with hindsight I can see the significance of the unveiling of the EOS 5D Mark II.It ushered in the era of Full HD video in DSLRs: that was obviously a big deal. But it was also the herald of
Ronald Reagan's inclusion in the new Call of Duty game is raising some eyebrows. Let's discuss why. ...
There are thousands of photos of this particular musician online, which is why I couldn't command as much as I would have liked for this image. The publisher who purchased a similar photograph had plenty of options.In spite of the fact that we're in the midst of a global pandemic, I've managed to sell three photos recently without putting forth any effort. All were discovered from my uploads to I
Backlash to criticism of The Last of Us: Part II only adds to toxicity around discussing the game, says contributing editor Bryant Francis. ...
Photographers have always been prone to debate.Ever since I got back into photography as a hobby, I’ve been genuinely surprised at the frequency and ferocity of film-versus-digital debates. I’m not sure why they get so heated, or why they even happen at all. I’d like to blame the polarization that afflicts our society – us-vs-them, all-or-nothing (and if that’s the case, maybe Perry Farrell is ri
I've recently found myself in the following situation: Over the course of just a couple months, the two main digital cameras I shoot with have both been replaced by new models. This includes my everyday, 'personal' camera in the Fujifilm X100F and my 'gig' camera in the Nikon D750.With the announcement of the X100V and D780, in the blink of an eye my kit suddenly went from feeling fresh to feelin


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