Monthly Archives: May 2014

LowePro puts camera bag through serious abuse, pops some bubbly to celebrate its success

    Ever wondered whether your camera bag is giving your expensive gear as much protection as you'd hope? Bag maker LowePro has just published a video testing out the Pro Roller X-Series AW camera bag that may provide some … Continue reading

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Panasonic GH4 Shooter’s Report Part I: High Performance, High Resolution, High Functionality

    Despite 4K video recording as the hallmark feature of the new Panasonic GH4, Panasonic's new flagship mirrorless camera is still a top-notch camera for still photography as well. I had a couple of weeks to spend some quality … Continue reading

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Firmware Friday: Leica T does exactly what it says on the tin

    Meet the new firmware, same as the old firmware — or so it would seem in this week's Firmware Friday roundup, which is rather briefer than the mammoth compendiums we've had in the last couple of weeks. The … Continue reading

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Adobe’s Creative Cloud gets a time machine, allows install of earlier software versions

    When Adobe launched its subscription-only Creative Cloud software suite a year ago, one of the criticisms leveled against the service was that it took choice out of the hands of users. Although you could choose which individual apps from … Continue reading

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Adobe’s Creative Cloud gets a time machine, allows install of earlier software versions

    When Adobe launched its subscription-only Creative Cloud software suite a year ago, one of the criticisms leveled against the service was that it took choice out of the hands of users. Although you could choose which individual apps from … Continue reading

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iStock predicts brave new (stock photo) world of women in power and hipsters ascendant

    As the marketing strategies and priorities of businesses evolve from year to year, so too does the demand for stock photos in the supporting arena of business imagery. Enter Getty Images’ iStock to provide us with their predictions … Continue reading

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Bibble successor Corel AfterShot Pro 2 gets big speed boost, new features, camera support aplenty

    If you're a Bibble castaway who has yet to make the jump to AfterShot Pro, the program's new name post-acquisition by Corel, the company has news it hopes will persuade you to give the renamed app a try. … Continue reading

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