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The “Good Life”
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The “Good Life”

A photographic perspective on consumerism by Robin Macmillan. Title: Shopping Spree Models: Jade, Tim and Amy Consumerism. It is defined as “a social and economic order and ideology that encourages the acquisition of goods and services in ever-increasing amounts”. The result is a shift towards materialism, disconnection and competition that leaves […]

JUDGE A BOOK BY IT’S COVER by Robin Macmillan
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JUDGE A BOOK BY IT’S COVER by Robin Macmillan

We’ve often been told “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” but in my case, that’s exactly what I want you to do. To publishers, one of the most important aspects of a book cover is how well it helps sell the book and book cover photography is usually the main ingredient. […]

The Tamron 85mm f/1.8 Di VC USD Makes A Splash: Water Portraits by Robin Macmillan
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The Tamron 85mm f/1.8 Di VC USD Makes A Splash: Water Portraits by Robin Macmillan

As a photographer who primarily uses a 50mm lens for my portraits I have always been curious about the 85mm. A Canon user from the start, I didn’t want to make the huge dollar commitment to its 85mm f/1.2 so I happily continued on with the 50mm. I was then […]

A Modern Day Pompeii
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A Modern Day Pompeii

Somewhere down in the Eastern Carribbean exists a tiny little island named Montserrat. It is a place of exotic beauty where everyone makes you feel as though you have come home. The mountains are lush with green, the unique black sand beaches are lapped with clear blue water and the […]

Breast Cancer Diagnosis Inspires Photographer
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Breast Cancer Diagnosis Inspires Photographer

I had heard it all before, “Life is too short…follow your passion…use your time wisely by doing things that inspire you…be the best person you can be.” Generally, a feeling of invincibility made those comments go in one ear and out the other but when you find out you have […]