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Automotive Photography by Easton Chang

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Based in Australia, automotive photographer Easton Chang prides himself on his complete involvement in the automotive photography workflow — from conception through visualisation, to the final digital image.

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Brent Burford's comment, September 27, 2013 12:56 AM
Easton is definitely one of the best in the business! Pretty hilarious guy as well.
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35 Most Spectacular Wildlife Photos-National Geographic Photo Contest

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This is spectacular Collection of Traveler Photo Contest from National Geographic it’s one of the largest contests for Photography World.

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Xposedbydesign's curator insight, June 22, 2013 8:03 AM

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The Landscape of the Photography Industry [INFOGRAPHIC]

The Landscape of the Photography Industry [INFOGRAPHIC] | Fo Shizz | Scoop.it
Have you ever wondered about how a picture actually gets created by a photographer and then distributed through mainstream media? The process happens to be far more complicated than snapping a photo and posting it on Facebook.

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4K and UHD: Where are we headed?

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If there’s one industry on Earth that thrives on finding the newest, hottest technologies and jumping into them head-first, it’s the video production industry.

 

Photography has been built on laurels that rarely need large jumps, as the technology itself doesn’t always improve the result: you can still use film cameras from 20 years ago and come up with results that would hold up today. (Albeit with a more rigorous workflow) With video, this is different.

 


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Going the Way of the Polaroid: What Do Smartphones and Instagram Mean for the Future of Photography?

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When I got on the Instagram bandwagon a year or two ago, I was among the hoards of smartphone users with little or no talent with a camera, treating otherwise boring photos of my dog and that awesome cocktail I just ordered with an overwhelming...

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The Phenomenon of Street Style Photography

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Everyone wants their 15 minutes, and in the world of fashion, it’s always been hard to come by. Recent decades have yielded a certain phenomenon that has swept fashion onto a myriad of pixelated screens worldwide: “street style” photography. On the one hand, it is a natural means of capturing trends and unique styles, and with new fashion blogs popping up every day, also a cost-effective means of promotion. On the other side though, there seem ties to paparazzi culture: a “dress-to-be-noticed” performance in which both photographer and street model saturate the scene with contrived attention. GARAGE Magazinehas an in-depth piece on said phenomenon, called “Take My Picture.” The clip asks the driving questions on a profound and affecting topic – one that’s sure to inspire its own discussion on this very site.


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Photography by Julia Trotti

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Julia Trotti’s portfolio encompasses a wide variety of material, from highly competitive fashion photography to her stunning stills from her work within the music industry right through to the fine art of wedding photography.

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Fujifilm and Panasonic collaborate on 'industry-leading' organic/CMOS sensor | Digital Photography Review

Fujifilm and Panasonic collaborate on 'industry-leading' organic/CMOS sensor | Digital Photography Review | Fo Shizz | Scoop.it

Fujifilm and Panasonic have announced the joint development of a sensor technology that combines a light-sensitive coating on top of a CMOS chip. The companies claim higher dynamic range and sensitivity than current CMOS sensors, along with the ability to receive light at steeper angles - making it easier to design cameras with wide-angle lenses and allowing lenses to be mounted nearer to the sensor. The announcement extends from the work Fujifilm has been conducting on organic (carbon-based) photo-senstive materials and combines it with CMOS underpinnings developed by Panasonic. The result is a chip that uses CMOS technology only for circuitry - with the organic layer taking over the role of converting light into electrons. Although the companies don't detail a timeline for production, the joint presentation made at the VLSI Technology show in Japan shows images of pixel designs on the 0.9μm and 3μm scales. The smaller pixel would allow the creation of a 20MP sensor for mobile phones, while the larger one would result in a 41MP APS-C sensor.....


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David Knoble's curator insight, June 30, 2013 7:54 AM

Interesting ideas.