How do we make sure our digital images outlast us? Digital photography has made photography easier, there’s no doubt about it. Digital photographs are millions of different numbers in two-dimensional binary representing millions of pieces of data that make up one single digital image. These numbers represent pixels which translate into exact colors, shapes, objects, […]
The Canon and Nikon camera brands seem to be in the news a little bit this week. Nikon announced that their much anticipated D5 Pro DSLR was in development. I’m sure that D5 will be amazing, but it felt like an attempt to say “hey, we’re still here guys. We’re still relevant.” Nikon’s press release […]
Check out this innovative way of making music with just the camera shutter sound of Nikon DSLRs. Benjamin Von Wong and Andrew Kesler set up 14 different Nikon DSLRs and created a camera shutter Nikon symphony with just the trip of the shutter and flip of the camera mirror.
Check out The Beginners Guide to Photography, one of the best, and most informative infographics I’ve seen!
Release of DxO ONE a Game Changer What will the camera and photography landscape look like in a few years? Maybe we will see smaller, lighter, modular cameras that allow photographers to add optical hardware or cameras to mobile devices? Well, guess what, it already happened this week. DxO, a cutting-edge French camera software company […]
If you thought the camera wars hit a fever pitch in the early 2000’s with the advent of digital camera and the ensuing megapixel wars, than friend, we’ve only just begun. Clifton Cameras, one of the most reputable camera dealers in England, put together an infographic that shows the major technology advancements of Canon, Nikon, […]
The benefits of shooting with a mirrorless camera has been a subject covered extensively for the last few years by blogs, magazines, photographers, etc., so I don’t plan on droning on about the usual suspects as to why my camera is so great. However, after being on the road with one lens, one camera, one […]
Finding the shot that makes each location worth visiting is always the goal when I look for a subject to photograph. The shot, usually the gem, has a few things: First of all, it’s beautiful and well composed. Second, it helps tell a story which evokes the mood, ambience, and provides a visual display of […]
With the announcement of Adobe Lightroom 6 yesterday, VSCO Film announced a free starter pack called VSCO FILM® 00, a collection of film emulation presets that processes your RAW photos (JPEGs too, but with a few more steps included) into classic film types, including Kodak Gold 100 and Kodak Tri-X. The presets work remarkably well […]
The end of winter is just around the corner, and hopefully the outdoors will thaw so we can get back into the field without fear of hypothermia. I thought I would put together a buyer’s guide of essential gear for the landscape photographer because Spring is breaking soon, and all the recent new camera announcements. […]