Monthly Archives: February 2014

Nikon Ambassador Corey Rich makes a documentary film about three D4S photographers, with a D4S

Now if that isn't a clever marketing stunt! For the launch campaign of the new Nikon D4S, the Japanese camera maker commisioned Nikon Ambassador Corey Rich to make a documentary film about three photographers using the company's new flasghip DSLR … Continue reading

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Zenfolio goes Raw, will now let you upload uncompressed files

    If you're a paying Zenfolio member, then your account just got a little more useful—you can now upload Raw files directly to your portfolio, and share them however you want. So if you need to share the uncompressed … Continue reading

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First test pics of with Sigma 50mm f/1.4 put it on par with Zeiss Otus 55mm f/1.4

    One of the most eagerly awaited lenses in recent memory is the Sigma 50mm f/1.4 Art lens, the upcoming new entry into Sigma's well received Art line. While we don't know how much it'll go for yet, Sigma … Continue reading

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Flash gets friendly as Bowens, PocketWizard, and Sekonic announce alliance

    Three companies well known for their ventures into off-camera lighting have announced a new technological alliance that will see their gear communicate more effectively with one another. Bowens, PocketWizard, and Sekonic have announced what they're calling a “technology alliance” … Continue reading

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Firmware Friday: EF-mount, Super 35 movie cameras from Canon, Blackmagic get updates

    This week, Firmware Friday brings news for owners of two Super 35mm-format, EF-mount interchangeable-lens video cameras, the Canon Cinema EOS C100 and Blackmagic Production Camera 4K. While Canon adds a brand new feature for customers shooting its camera, … Continue reading

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The GIF animation is now officially an art form, thanks to first Motion Photography Prize

Back in the day when the internet was young, when websites consisted mostly of text and hyperlinks, and when so-called 'modems' made funny noises, there was little multi-media going on in the WWW. Despite a lack of high-definition video and … Continue reading

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500px tutorial shows you how to get started with astrophotography

    If you've ever wanted to go out ant start shooting the night sky, but feel like you don't know where to start, this tutorial could be exactly what you need. Presented on 500px by astrophotographer Dave Morrow, it delves … Continue reading

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