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Gordon Laing
Editor of Cameralabs. Photography and camera reviews are my passion, but I also love food and travel! Feel free to ask for advice or just say hello!
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Gordon Laing 11h
Love this aerial shot in Bangladesh by Mohammed Shajahan, justifiably chosen by for an innovation award in the tonight.
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Gordon Laing 11h
Some fantastic inspiration at the Pink Lady tonight. All these shot on phones for example! Particularly like here. If you're into food photos, check out the shortlist at
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Gordon Laing 17h
BenQ's SW271 is a 27in 4k monitor with pro performance at a mid range price. Perfect for demanding photographers and video editors. My review:
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Gordon Laing Apr 23
Replying to @namboozle @TamronUK
we've reviewed that one too! Check out the lenses section at
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Gordon Laing Apr 23
Tamron SP 70-210mm f4 review-so-far - Thomas has been hard at work testing this new tele-zoom and comparing it against key rivals! If you're shopping for a tele-zoom for a Canon or Nikon DSLR, check out
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Gordon Laing Apr 23
Lovely combinations: a flat white in Bond St Coffee with Horsham Roasters' outstanding Rwanda (thin natural process) and the Olympus OMD EM1 II with the 17mm f1.2 PRO lens.
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Gordon Laing Apr 21
Reflecting in Nancy, France. Always keep an eye open for a nice reflection, then get down low to the surface for the maximum effect! An easy task with the flip screen on the Canon EOS M50. Check out my complete M50 review at !
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Gordon Laing Apr 20
Cool video filmed by my friend Ben demonstrating what you can do with a pixel stick and a long exposure... looks fun! Any of you into this kind of light painting?
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Gordon Laing Apr 20
Happy Friday! It's hot here in Brighton, so the beach and a beer are calling...! Here's a local brew from Lost Pier at Bison Beer, conveniently located near the beach! Canon EOS M50 and EF-M 22mm f2. Check out my reviews at !
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Gordon Laing Apr 19
On a visit to Hastings I was greeted by an overcast sky, mild drizzle and a sea that almost merged with the sky. I embraced the conditions, shooting in mono with a 1min exposure. JPEG, Canon EOS M50, 13 stops Lee ND. My M50 review:
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Gordon Laing Apr 19
can you answer this?
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Gordon Laing Apr 19
Replying to @ashmrkenyon
if you like the Fuji styling and don't need a screen that can face you, then the XT20 is a great choice. Same size and resolution sensor as your 80D too. Fit an XF 35mm and it's very discreet:
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Gordon Laing Apr 18
Replying to @ashmrkenyon
those are all great choices but you haven't said why you're dissatisfied with your 80D? What are you looking for from an upgrade or a switch? What features are important and which aren't. What photos / videos do you take etc...
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Gordon Laing Apr 18
Give me 10 minutes and I'll show you around the movie mode on the new Canon EOS M50! I'll compare the quality of 4k and 1080p, show how well each focuses, demo slow-mo, timelapse plus lots more at
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Gordon Laing Apr 18
Beached. While reviewing Canon's new EOS M50 mirrorless camera, I took the opportunity to test some of the native EF-M lenses. I started with the EF-M 22mm prime. I realise it's hardly new anymore but it remains a compelling lens. Review so far
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Gordon Laing Apr 17
When your makeup's on-point but your hair's a little bushy. Creative use of vines in Brighton's North Laine and lovely colours from the Canon EOS M50. My final review of this fab little mirrorless camera is now online at
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Gordon Laing Apr 17
Replying to @GABInvesting
thanks for supporting my work! Sadly I didn't do the NX1 and now it's 3yrs old I can't justify going back to it. I also think Samsung pulled out of that market. Sorry!
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Gordon Laing Apr 16
Looking for a compact and compelling mirrorless camera? Check out my new review of Canon's EOS M50 which includes an in-depth video report and podcast!
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Gordon Laing Apr 16
Peering down the tower in Jules Verne's house! An easy shot with Canon's EOS M50 and EF-M 11-22mm. I flipped the screen to compose at arm's length, using the hinge to allow a portrait orientation - see, it's not just useful for vlogging! My M50 review:
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Gordon Laing Apr 16
Replying to @junjinchoong
I wanted Doug to have some time with the A7 III before we did a podcast but it may be getting too late now. My review is here
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