Reminder: Seminar for Contemporary Art Photographers: November 25-26

Do you want to know how to create and sustain a professional photographic career?  Well, then this seminar is for you! World renowned photographer, Roger Ballen, visual art management consultant, Taryn Cohn, and lawyer intellectual and copyrights specialist, Toby Orford , will provide be providing valuable insight into the world of Contemporary Photographic Art.  Covering … Read moreReminder: Seminar for Contemporary Art Photographers: November 25-26

UPDATE: PhotoBizLegal Workshop – Moves to September

UPDATE: Our preliminary research in preparation for the PhotoBizLegal workshop, originally scheduled for 20 July, revealed a strong interest in the legal implications of taking photographs in public areas as well as semi-public and private spaces. This is clearly an area of concern for many photographers who have been harassed by officials in various contexts. … Read moreUPDATE: PhotoBizLegal Workshop – Moves to September

March 2013 ‘New Look’ PhotoComment Magazine

  The redesigned PhotoComment Magazine is available in stores from today. It is bigger and has more great content crammed inside it. Check your favourite stockist and grab your copy. Remember the magazine is available on the Apple App Store, Google Play Store and Blackberry 10 Store. Search for PhotoComment on the relevant App Store … Read moreMarch 2013 ‘New Look’ PhotoComment Magazine

Care to Share with Canon: Winner – Pascal Parent

As 2012 comes to a close so do many of our competitions and Care to Share with Canon is the first we wish to announce the winner of. Congratulations to Pascal Parent who wins the Canon EOS 500D. A special mention also needs to be made for Lara Salomon and Nitesha Bhatia whose stories jointly came right … Read moreCare to Share with Canon: Winner – Pascal Parent

Sony Announcement: Alpha NEX-F3 -compact pocketable power


A sprint and a dive and I am here to get this up on Photocomment.  Any compact mega photo shooting machine is hailed as marvellous around here – such handy tech when you are on the run.  Get the small but powerful specs of a NEX-F3 below.

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Review: Samsung NX-200








Samsung’s NX200 is the electronic ‘giant’s’ latest flagship mirrorless camera; and one which they hope will be taken seriously as a photographic tool for beginners in order to compete against the likes of well-established brands such as: Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Sony, and Nikon (all of whom have many more years experience as camera manufacturers). The NX200 has a 1.5x APS-C-sized sensor. The only other mirrorless cameras to feature sensors that big are Sony’s NEX range. Panasonic and Olympus both have a 2x crop sensor and Nikon opted for an even smaller 2.7 crop. At 20.3MP, the NX200 also has the 2nd highest megapixel count for a mirrorless camera. Only Sony’s range-topper (NEX7) has more (with 24MP). At the moment, Samsung’s sensor is in fact one of highest resolution cameras on the market; regularly out-resolving many pro-level DSLR’s. On paper then: Samsung’s 2nd generation flagship mirrorless camera looks good.

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First Impression – Nikon 1 J1 and V1

We have just returned from the South African launch of the Nikon 1 series and got to go hands on with the new J1 and V1. Nikon claim this is the most important announcement they have made in 14 years when they first announced their entry to digital cameras, but is it all they hope it to be? Read on for our first impressions.

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What DSLR To Buy For $600?

There isn’t a day that goes by when I don’t see someone on Twitter asking what camera they should buy, and where possible we like to help out with advice based on the cameras we get to review. At the same time, its difficult to give full reasoning in 140 characters. This post then is a more detailed answer to the question asked by @bakedbyjoanna on the topic of what camera to buy.

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