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Studio visit: Raymond Verdaguer: a video portrait, shot with the Panasonic GH4


La peur de l’insignifiance / The fear of insignificance – linogravure / linoleum cut ©2014 Raymond Verdaguer

Raymond Verdaguer’s linocuts act like traps for the viewer. Being drawn in by seemingly innocent lines of beauty on closer inspection one realizes the meaning of its content and at that point it is too late, the artist delivered his message like a cut from a concealed knife during a fist fight. Raymond was kind enough to allow us invade his studio
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The full frame obsession: valid or fallacy?

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shot with the Canon 5DmarkIII and the 50mm 1.2 L lens at f 2

The following post was inspired by a few emails asking for advice weather to jump on the FF wagon and get one of the new Sony’s (A7 or A7r). I hope some of you will find it helpful.

The two universally known advantages of a full frame sensor over APSC are better high ISO performance and shallower depth of field, provided that the aperture settings, field of view of the lenses and the distance between the cameras and subject stay equal.

The latest Sony A7 and A7r mark the beginning of the end for DSLR’s as we know it. Yep, ladies and gentlemen, this was it, it is over, say good bye, don’t cry because the future is much brighter, sharper, lighter, cheaper, smaller and faster

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