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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 22h
Control no control by Daniel Iregui. Another smaller favourite of Lumiere London 2018, in Whitfield Gardens. Olympus OMD EM1 and 8mm f1.8 Fisheye.
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Gordon Laing Jan 20
My God, it's full of stars! The mesmerising Cosmoscope by Simeon Nelson, one of my favourites at Lumiere London 2018! (Store St WC1E 7BS). Shot at v close range with my Olympus OMD EM1 and 8mm f1.8 Fisheye.
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Gordon Laing Jan 19
Visiting this weekend? The biggest displays are at KX but I also really liked those around Fitzrovia. Westminster Abbey also great if you've not seen the projection. Bring wide lenses!
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Gordon Laing Jan 19
I didn't mean to walk between so many locations tonight but my phone (and legs) tell me I traipsed 32000 steps! Great evening though. I'll post some pics soon.
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Gordon Laing Jan 19
Last beams of sunlight in London. Always loved this bridge between the Royal Opera House and the Royal Ballet School in Covent Garden. Quick Samsung Galaxy S7 snap before kicks off later!
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Gordon Laing Jan 19
One of the best food vendors in Brighton has sadly decided to close. 4 wks left to enjoy them
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Gordon Laing Jan 19
Orchid and bokeh blobs with the Sony E 18-135mm at 135mm f5.6. Check out my review at
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Gordon Laing Jan 17
Replying to @pquirke
depends what you want. I personally preferred the new 18-135mm vs the 18-105mm in my time with both. But I hope to do a definitive comparison in the future.
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Gordon Laing Jan 17
Canon G1X Mk III: I’ve filmed a new review about the movie quality & features of this premium compact
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Gordon Laing Jan 17
Replying to @JoniSchoonjans
Pentax doesn’t send me cameras to test, so that’s why I don’t review them! I did used to be very fond of them; I still have my MX SLR!
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Gordon Laing Jan 17
Replying to @davidjschloss
I was dancing too quickly to be captured by a mere camera phone my friend.
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Gordon Laing Jan 16
Cigarette break. Snapped with the Sony E 18-135mm on an A6500. Check out my review of this new zoom at
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Gordon Laing Jan 16
Replying to @anommal
age has a lot to do with lens design. Modern designs and materials are capable of quality impossible (or v expensive) not long ago.
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Gordon Laing Jan 15
Replying to @anommal
I'd like to compare them side by side to be definitive but comparing similar images I think this new one is looking better.
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Gordon Laing Jan 15
Sunspikes at sunset. Rather nice diffraction spikes from Sony's new E 18-135mm zoom at f22. Check out my review:
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Gordon Laing Jan 15
My brother from another Mother: with the brand new Sony E 18-135mm zoom. I've just posted my review and while it's not a high end exotic lens, it is the solid performing kit zoom Sony cropped bodies have been waiting for.
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Gordon Laing Jan 15
Sony E 18-135mm: one of the first reviews of this brand new general-purpose lens for Sony mirrorless!
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Gordon Laing Jan 13
When in Waikiki following a false missile alert, GET IN THE SEA! Sony RX0 half-in half-out. Makes for a fun, if a little over-qualified, action cam!
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Gordon Laing Jan 13
Hi , will you be reopening the Honolulu rental offices? They're still closed after the false alarm and there's lots of us outside wanting to rent a car! Thanks.
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Gordon Laing Jan 12
Dangling off the pillbox - not my legs. Hiking O'ahu above Lanikai beach. Canon G1X III with a cheeky fill-in flash to balance the shadowy structure and the intensely bright background.
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