Volunteers use photography to help underprivileged students MyFox Phoenix When students finish the six week course, they present their photography works at an event held at Burton Barr Library in Phoenix.
San Francisco Chronicle Photography project offers new views of Tenderloin, kids San Francisco Chronicle But this year the 17-year-old joined a neighborhood youth project and discovered "visual language," a different way of looking at things...
Fujifilm has announced a set of firmware updates for its X-Pro1 and X-E1 mirrorless cameras. Versions 2.05 for the X-Pro1 and 1.06 for the X-E1 will be available to download on 25th June; they offer compatibility with lenses that don't have aperture rings, and allow easier focus area selection when shooting with the eye-level viewfinder. The company has also pre-announced further updates (Versions 3.00 for the X-Pro1, and 2.00 for the X-E1) which promise to improve autofocus speed with existing XF lenses, and add the much-requested 'focus peaking' function to aid manual focus. These are due to be available for download on 23rd July.
Photokina 2012: Nikon has announced the D600, the smallest, least expensive full frame DSLR on the market, aimed directly at enthusiast photographers. The D600 is built around a 24MP, 36x24mm, CMOS sensor and crams many of the features of the more expensive D800 into a distinctly D7000-esque body. It features a 100% coverage viewfinder and 39-point autofocus system, nine of which are cross-type points. It can capture 1080p HD video at 30, 25 or 24 frames per second and can stream uncompressed footage out over its HDMI port. There's also an optional Wi-Fi unit allowing the camera to be controlled remotely from an Android or iOS device. The D600 will have a list price of $2,099 body only, or $2,699 with the 24-85mm F3.5-5.6 lens and will be available from September 18th.
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Teachers can use iPhone cameras as a part of classroom lessons, including by starting with lessons on basic photography and technology skills, said Nicole Dalesio, a fourth-grade teacher in California.
With the advancement of technology, everything is already fast and more convenient. Once can reach the farthest land through internet communication. One can see the beauty of a dream city by merely looking for it on the internet.