National Geographic sets the standard for photographic excellence, and 2012 is no different, with the organisation calling professional and amateur photographers from across the globe to send in their most breath-taking images in the categories of...
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In the late 1800s, baseball players didn't have the luxury of high-tech cameras to capture their in-game bravado. Instead, players would sometimes pose with imperceptibly hung baseballs in portrait studios.
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"We've just posted our Nikon D800 review. At 36MP, the D800 is the highest resolution camera you can buy without making the step up to medium format, it's also one of the first DSLRs to offer uncompressed video output. Despite these drastic increases in capability over the D700, Nikon's latest full-frame offering will be immediately familiar to any one who's shot with one of the company's high-end cameras. So what's the D800 like to shoot with and does all that resolution render its competition redundant?
We've recently received a reviewable D800E - the more expensive variant with a self-cancelling low-pass filter, to allow the capture of even higher resolution. We've covered the camera in the review but will be extending the coverage when we've had a chance to fully test it."
"Carl Zeiss has announced two videography-orientated lenses to add to its CP.2 Compact Prime range, a 15mm and a 135mm. The lenses, to be unveiled at the NAB broadcast industry trade show in Las Vegas, are the CP.2 15mm T/2.9 and CP.2 135mm T/2.1. Both lenses are color-matched to allow consistency in footage shot with different lenses, and feature interchangeable mounts, allowing use with PL, EF, F, MFT and E mounts. The two lenses will be available in the fourth quarter of 2012 at an MSRP of €4,200 / US$5,700 (excluding VAT)."
Julian Russi is a Colombian photographer who likes to manipulate and play with his lens to obtain different effects, specially vintage and HDR pictures. He likes to photograph landscapes and ...
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CBC.caApple Bringing iPhoto To The iPad and iPhonePopular Photography MagazineBy Dan Bracaglia on March 7, 2012 The mobile photo-editing race just got a bit tighter: In addition to unveiling its shiny new iPad HD, Apple announced that iPhoto is finally...
Daily MailPhotoshop fails: As fashion firms take picture retouching to bizarre extremes ...Daily MailThe Simply Be error was added to the 'Photoshop of Horrors' gallery on the website Jezebel.com where it is shown alongside images by the likes of ...
Just Posted: Our hands-on preview of Canon's enthusiast-grade full frame DSLR, the EOS 6D. The 6D features a newly-developed 20.2MP CMOS sensor and a magnesium alloy body. To distinguish it from the more expensive 5D Mark III, the 6D features a simpler, 11-point AF system with a single cross-type focus sensor. It also features a smaller, 97% coverage viewfinder. What do these, and a handful of other, omissions mean for the 6D and how to it match up to Nikon's D600? Read our hands-on preview to find out.
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My name is David Taylor. I’m a professional landscape and travel photographer and author of 12 photography books, based in Northumberland, England. Welcome to an extract from my new MyPhotoSchool 4 week online course Beginners Guide to Digital Photography. In this course I’ll be introducing and explaining concepts, such as exposure and white balance, shutter speed and aperture.
Here is a quick tutorial from Pierre-Yves Chopin on a quick bag mode to make it bicycle friendly. I needed a solution to carry my Pentax K5 when biking around. I already had a Lowepro Toploader zoom 50 AW, so I decided to modify it in a simple way...
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The GuardianStone Roses reunion concerts to be boycotted by photographersThe GuardianThe NUJ said the Stone Roses management wanted to restrict editorial use of photographs taken at the event after their initial publication.
At the May 12th WestLicht Photographica auction in Vienna, a new record was set for the most expensive camera in the world - this Leica 0-Serie camera with serial number 116 sold for 2,160,000 EUR (around 2,790,000 USD).
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"Columbia University has announced the 2012 Pulitzer Prize winners for photography. The prize for Breaking News Photography was awarded to Massoud Hossaini of Agence France-Presse for, 'his heartbreaking image of a girl crying in fear after a suicide bomber’s attack at a crowded shrine in Kabul.' The winner in the Feature Photography category is Craig F. Walker of The Denver Post, 'for his compassionate chronicle of an honorably discharged veteran, home from Iraq and struggling with a severe case of post-traumatic stress.' The annual awards include a cash prize of US$10,000. Information on this year's awards and the winning photographs can be found on the Pulitzer Prizes site.
Massoud Hossaini is an Afghanistan-born photographer, raised in Iran, who became a political activist during that country's 'Reformists Movement' in the late nineties. It was during this time that he chose photography as a means of documenting the events around him, covering the plight of Afghan refugees and the post-9/11 War on Terrorism in Afghanistan. He has worked for Agence France-Presse since 2007.
Craig F. Walker has been a staff photojournalist at the Denver Post since 1998. He has chronicled personal stories of domestic AIDs survivors as well as the World Trade Center attack and US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is a previous Pulitzer Prize winner (2010) for a his series of images about a teenage American soldier during the height of violence in Iraq."
Top 5 Best Digital SLR Cameras 2012 - Information , price, rates ,Deals, Offers .. Cameras are now one of the essential gadgets that one should have. The photography is not only a hobby but also profession as well.
DivePhotoGuide.comNikon caught using Canon 5D Mark II video footageCNET (blog)Netizens discovered that part of its latest promotional video for the D800 was both shot with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II instead--and took clips from TSO Photography's "The...
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