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Stroboframe Quick Flip 350 flash bracket clone

Recently, I found out that I really needed a flash bracket. On eBay, I found an inexpensive clone of the Stroboframe Quick Flip 350. My review of it is now online.

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Jue Ying Multisystem IR Remote Control

I just bought an infrared remote control unit to trigger my camera without touching the shutter button. This particular unit is sold under a number of different brands, including Jianisi, Jue Ying and Phottix. Prices vary between vendors. I bought mine from Hong Kong vendor and paid USD 3.49, including postage. I ordered the one called “Jianisi”, but the unit I received was branded “Jue Ying”.

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Do your browser understand embedded ICC profiles?

Web browsers are finally starting to understand embedded ICC profiles inside images. I've created a little webpage you can use to determine whether your particular setup is capable of this. To try it out, click here. You'll notice that at the bottom of the page, there is a section with results for various OS and browser combinations. If you try this out with a new combination, feel free to report the result in this blog.

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Is Robert Capa's Falling soldier a fake?

Professor professor José Manuel Susperregui has come up with definitive evidence that Robert Capa bluffed about the location his iconic "Falling soldier" was photographed.

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Photography and deception

What makes a photo authentic? Both editing and staging of the events may be used to deceive.

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Sticky aperture blades

“Sticky aperture” refers to a problem where the aperture of a lens closes down too slowly, or not at all. This problem may cause overexposure. Today's featured article tell you how to identify the problem, and how you may fix it.

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