Monthly Archives: February 2015

Resolution Wars, part II: Comparing RAW files – Micro Four Thirds vs Medium Format, Really?

    The Olympus E-M5 II really stunned us with its new High Res Shot mode that offers a whopping 40-megapixel JPEG file through some unique sensor-shifting multi-shot processing. The resulting image competes handily against high-resolution full-frame cameras, such as … Continue reading

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Olympus E-M5 II Shooter’s Report Part I: Exploring Bermuda with the just-launched enthusiast mirrorless

    A few weeks ago, the Olympus E-M5 II compact system camera made its debut as a followup to the extremely popular E-M5 (E-M5 vs E-M5 II). With a raft of significant changes throughout, including a record-breaking image stabilization system, … Continue reading

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Breaking down the basics of shooting against a white seamless

    A white seamless background is one of the most versatile options when it comes to photographing a subject, be it a still-life or portrait. To pay homage to the simple and resourceful tool, Zack Arias has shared the … Continue reading

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Report shows Getty Images low on cash, stock photo profit down 17%

    Getty Images appears to be going through some financial struggles. According to a report from Bloomberg Business, published yesterday, Getty Images burned through roughly a third of its cash in the last three months of 2014 alone. A … Continue reading

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AP, NFL announce extension of exclusive photo licensing deal through 2017 season

    The Associated Press and National Football League have announced today they’re extending their commercial photo agreement through the 2017 season. The agreement continues a tradition dating back to 1967, when AP and its photographers documented the first Super … Continue reading

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Panasonic announces Lumix G 42.5mm portrait and 30mm macro lenses

    Panasonic has announced two new pieces of glass for its Micro Four Thirds lens lineup: a 42.5mm f/1.7 portrait and 30mm f/2.8 macro. Designed from the ground up as a portraiture lens, the 42.5mm f/1.7 offers a large … Continue reading

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‘SHARE’: The art book designed to be ripped apart

    What is art if not shared with others? That is the thought-provoking question brought to life by a new book called SHARE. Curated and published by Heroes & Pioneers, the idea behind the book is to not purely … Continue reading

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