3 years and 15 million hits later on my blog. A retrospective.

Tweet http://philipbloom.netwp-admin/post.php?unfoldmenu=1 Show you appreciation for my blog by donating to my fight against prostate cancer this Movember! Please!! Wow, 3 years have past since I started my blog. It actually feels like a lot longer than that. Reading back at some of the posts makes it feel like a lifetime ago. Of course during […]

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First thoughts on Rebel T2i/ 550D

For a great review on the T2i please check out Nino Leitner’s review here. Thanks for the photos which I stole from him for this blog 😉 I love cameras, anyone who knows me knows I have more cameras than one person could ever have a use for! There is no need for me to […]

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Best of 2009. What a year!

You can order the 7D download video, which also covers the 5DmkII from this page and get 20% with the Christmas promotional code of “starwars” First off…Happy New Year as you may well be reading this well after I wrote it or  you are living in a part of the world that has already said […]

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Shooting short drama “Present Tense” on the Canon 7D

Yesterday I shot a zero budget short film around Richmond/ Twickenham. I used the Canon 7D and in this blog I will be going through the shoot, how the camera performed, hiccups, compromises, lack of time…all the usual stuff you experience when making a short film! Behind the scenes photos taken by Alex Kubalsky and […]

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The nightmare of flying with your camera gear.

It really very rarely is fun these days. Baggage allowances have got smaller and smaller over the years, both for cabin luggage and hold luggage. You also have that dilemma of what you put in the hold and what you hand carry. Whenever I fly with my big cameras then I hand carry them, even […]

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Video DSLRs, the death of 35mm Adaptors?

Article originally commissioned for 16:9 Magazine of Australia But I get so many emails asking, should I buy a 5dmk2 instead of X, Y or Z that I have taken that article and greatly expanded it so hopefully it will answer many questions. DSLRs, the death of 35mm Adaptors? By Philip Bloom Last year, out of the blue […]

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