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Michael Rammell
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All-Olympus Wedding & Street Photographer. Find me online through the Michael Rammell Photography Podcast & The Camera Aspects YouTube Show!
All-Olympus Wedding & Street Photographer. Find me online through the Michael Rammell Photography Podcast & The Camera Aspects YouTube Show!

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A few years back I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing David DuChemin for my old Podcast, 'Ready Steady Pro'

Rarely do we get to hear such wisdom and experience come through so well in an interview? David was a great conversationalist.

The interview is available on YouTube, iTunes and Stitcher Radio for you to enjoy whichever way suits you best.

You'll get to hear David talk about:

- How your vision matters more than gear
- Invest more in your creativity than your in gear
- The 'best' camera is the one that fits you most comfortably
- Being financially sensible. "Will this purchase make my work noticeably better".
-David's own experience with Bankruptcy.

...and so much more.

Tune in today. All feedback and comments are welcome of course. Please do share and like!

http://bit.ly/duchemin-interview

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Crop Factor: that thing our differning sensor sizes to our lenses and images. We all know that if affects our Field of View, right? But did you know it also changes the properties of Aperture as well?

I’ve seen a few questions and discussions around Crop Factors doing the rounds this evening and thought it was the perfect time to once again share my exhaustive post on the subject. Despute being titled 'Micro Four Thirds Depth of Field Expained', I actually dive into great detail as to the crop factors that many different cameras bring with them and exactly how this affects field of view (focal range), Depth of Field and our lenses' speed (or, light gathering ability if you prefer).

Don't fancy reading? Then you can listen online too. Check out the Podcast in both Stitcher Radio and iTunes. If you'd prefer you could also just hit the play button on the blog too. Up to you. Whatever you choose to do though, please do share, like and comment on the post. If you like the content, please also be sure to subscribe too.

Much obliged. Check it out. Questions & Comments? Drop them below or get in touch. Happy to discuss.

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