Monthly Archives: April 2015

Minter provides professional Instagram analytics

    For many, Instagram is nothing more than a place to share their favorite images and moments with the world. But there are those who use it for far more, such as marketing their work and building a mini-portfolio … Continue reading

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Apple patent shows dual-camera design with telephoto lens

    A patent published today by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office details a new camera concept Apple may be looking to implement into future devices. Originally filed back in October of 2013, the patent lays out the groundwork … Continue reading

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The humanity of photography

  If Crystal Blackwell’s photograph of a boy saying good-bye to his soldier father is not enough to convince you that a powerful human experience trumps a bad background every time, I can’t help you. This is either my weakest … Continue reading

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The highest-res Rebels hit the lab. We post First Shots from the 24-megapixel Canon T6s and T6i

    Canon's latest two Rebel cameras — the Canon T6s and Canon T6i — have made their way to our test lab. These new Rebel DSLRs, especially the higher-end T6s, start to blur the line between a decidedly consumer-focused … Continue reading

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WSJ report shows Sony rules 40% of the image sensor market share thanks to Apple/Samsung partnerships

    The Wall Street Journal recently published an article titled ‘How Sony Makes Money Off Apple’s iPhone (paywall).’ In it, authors Takashi Mochizuki and Eric Pfanner break down the image sensor market, showing how Sony is well above the … Continue reading

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FastRawViewer 1.1 update adds filmstrip view, folder directory and auto-mounting

    FastRawViewer has released version 1.1 of its powerful cross-platform RAW photo manager and editor. In addition to improvements in speeds and stability, version 1.1 introduces a handful of new features to more efficiently import, browse, process and export … Continue reading

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Royal Photographic Society and The Open University to offer online photography course

    The Royal Photographic Society (RPS) and The Open University have announced they are launching an online photography course. Titled Digital Photography: Creating and Sharing Better Images, the ten-week course is designed to be an introductory level class to … Continue reading

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