Monthly Archives: January 2015

Our favorite photographers: A conversation with Sony Artisan, Vivienne Gucwa: Part II

    Intro We had the chance recently to sit down with Sony Artisan Vivienne Gucwa, a fine art travel photographer and devotee of New York City. In that piece, we got to know a bit of Vivienne and her … Continue reading

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Fujifilm’s releases interactive website that lets you test out X-mount lenses

    Fujifilm has created an interactive website that lets you test out their entire range of X-mount lenses. By capturing the exact same scene across every lens in their line-up, they’ve built a unique lens simulation guide that lets … Continue reading

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EyeEm announces two key hires to further develop the world’s best visual search engine

    Photo-sharing platform EyeEm is doubling down on search with the addition of two new hires that could fundamentally change how we search for images. Sriram J. Sathish, previously of Yahoo, and Harsimrat Sandhawalia, previously a robotics engineer at … Continue reading

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Apple delays release of its Aperture replacement app, set for a late April release

    Last June Apple confirmed what many had suspected – they were stopping development of Aperture, it’s professional-level photo editing and organization program. The announcement didn’t come as a surprise consider just a few weeks prior they had showed … Continue reading

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SmartShoot makes searching for photographers easier than ever

    When companies look to hire a photographer, there are a handful of logistical issues they must go through. Whether it’s a Fortune 500 cooperation or a small operation around the corner, there are few resources out there that … Continue reading

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10 things you didn’t know about DXO’s sensor scores

    DXO Mark’s sensor test scores have long been the go-to comparison to see how one camera’s sensor compares to another. Using a formulaic test, the DXO Mark team gives each camera dedicated ratings, which determine how and where … Continue reading

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Sony A77 II Shooter’s Report Part II: Great performance, but is continuous AF up to snuff?

    It was a long time in the making, but our second and final installment of our Sony A77 II Shooter's Report is here at last. Photographer John Shafer was almost ready to put down his own cash for … Continue reading

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