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‘Photographers get copyright wrong’

Copyright licensing terms can be a major bugbear for photographers when negotiating contracts with clients, who sometimes become confused with the myriad and sometimes complex variations of image licensing.

With this in mind, one Brisbane-based commercial photographer has found a straightforward 'tradesperson's' approach – handing the client all rights to the image – to be beneficial to his business. Read more

REVIEW: Fujifilm X-H2S

REVIEW: Fujifilm X-H2S

Fujifilm’s X Series flagship features the first X-Trans BSI CMOS sensor to use stacked-layer structure, which provides quantifiable improvements in speed – for both image processing and autofocusing. It presents a nice balance between stills and video functionality and performance. Read more

Will DSLRs die?

Will DSLRs die?

In a much-publicised but unsurprising story from Nikkei News in Japan, Nikon is reported to be stopping development of DSLR cameras. 'Well tell us something we don't know,' is probably the collective reaction to the story from photography insiders, given we haven't seen a new Nikon DSLR release for several years. Read more

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