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OPINION Nikon's monster new Z 800mm lens is hitting the market. But for $16,000, why is it an f/6.3 and not an f/5.6 optic?
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Interview From presidents, actors and tech pioneers to orphans and earthquake survivors, American photographer Doug Menuez has spent 40 years photographing stories about our shared humanity
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SPONSORED Blur backgrounds and create super-realistic fall-off using this simple Affinity Photo effect
OPINION I already have 20 cameras and I really don't need any more… so WHY is it so hard to part with my old kit?
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