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Focus Stacking: Manipulating depth-of-field through computational photography

Focus stacking is a computational process for manipulating depth-of-field, and is especially useful for landscape and macrophotography. The author gets down and dirty with the nuts and bolts of this powerful technique.

North Coast 500: A photographic road trip around Scotland

The author uses both his Sony camera and his drone to capture stunning images on a photographic road trip through The Highlands.

Jeremy’s year shooting landscape with the Leica M11 rangefinder

Professional photographer Jeremy Walker has spent a year shooting landscapes with his latest Leica rangefinder. Here is his full review…

Long Tongued Bat scoops British retailer’s Photographer of the Year award

An inaugural photography competition, organized by The London Camera Exchange, has delivered some truly exceptional images. Both winners and runners-up have set a very high standard across multiple genres.

Quintessential Portugal from the archives: A trip down memory lane in 15 images

It was not until 2016 that we discovered Portugal. If you live in the Europe or the United Kingdom, Portugal is right up there with Spain as a top holiday destination. But living here on the other side of the planet, it is not high up our list of ‘must visit’ places…

Review: Leica Super-Vario-Elmarit-SL 14-24 f/2.8 ASPH

It's really difficult to criticise this lens; it handles beautifully, looks great and produces wonderful images at all apertures, focal lengths and distances. Flare, chromatic aberrations and vignetting are all really well controlled. Not only that, but for a Leica lens, it's a real bargain... 

Review: Leica Summicron-M 28 f/2 close focus

The improvements in the new Leica 28 Summicron-M f/2 are significant, and very much in concert with the recent re-issues of the 35 and 50 Summicron lenses. This lens completes the remake of the 'holy trinity' of high-quality practical lenses for the Leica M...

Do I Leica It? The latest step in my photographic journey

The author describes his photographic journey from film, with a Pentax camera, through the world of Canon DSLRs, to a mirrorless Leica system. His final conclusion is a surprising one.

Jonathan Slack reviews the Leica 21mm Super-APO-Summicron-SL — sixth in a unified range

It's been a long wait, principally due to difficulties sourcing materials as a result of the pandemic, but finally, here is the Leica 21mm Super-APO-Summicron-SL. I think we were all expecting the 24mm to be the sixth lens in the range (after the 90, 75, 50, 35, 28mm lenses), but perhaps 24mm has fallen out of favour. At any rate, here is the 21mm…

The Panasonic Lumix S5 range is attracting younger customers to the expanding L-Mount system.

The Panasonic Lumix S5 and S5II models are attracting buyers in their 20s and 30s, providing an injection of younger talent into the L-Mount...

Kimberley: The Land of the White Toyota and the Leica Q2

The Kimberley is an extraordinary place. First, it is vast, at 432,517 km2. Second, it is a true wilderness and very little of it is habitable. There are only three towns of any size and the population of the whole region is no more than 55,000, of which 40% are First Nation people who live predominantly in remote settlements…

Everyone enjoys a beautiful sunset. Is this the result of evolution?

The author gets to grip with that Instagram favourite - sunsets - exploring both why they are so popular, and what might be good strategies for capturing a memorable image of one.

Brand Loyalty: A love affair with the Ricoh GR and its 28mm field of...

Brand loyalty is something that Leica aficionados know all about. Many readers of Macfilos would never look at another brand, let alone buy an alien camera. But the Ricoh GR range inspires similar loyalty, as Jean Perenet tells us….

A Photographic Road Trip Across the Western United States: The final leg

Part two of a photographic trip across the Southwest of the United States, beginning in Colorado, brings us all the way to California. Along the way, we get to enjoy some spectacular views of the Grand Canyon.

Leica M11-P Review: The camera with Contact Credentials

The Leica M11-P, announced last month, is the latest iteration of the customary “-P” version of the standard M digital. In June 2011, Leica brought us the M9-P, the first of these modern variants. It's now a tradition that the -P (said to be for “professional”) with its cosmetic and minor technical tweaks, follows on around 18 months after the base model. So it was with the M-P (Typ 240), the M10-P and now the M11-P...