Photography

Canon’s new mirrorless camera is like an M5 in a smaller (and … – The Verge

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Canon has announced a new mirrorless camera called the M100. If you were expecting a break from the “small brick” design that Canon uses for all but one of its mirrorless cameras… you must be new here. This is a simple, $599 (with a kit lens) followup to the two-year-old M10, through and through. But with a similar makeup to the M5, which is decidedly Canon’s most exciting mirrorless camera,…

Canon’s new mirrorless camera is like an M5 in a smaller (and cheaper) body – The Verge

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Canon has announced a new mirrorless camera called the M100. If you were expecting a break from the “small brick” design that Canon uses for all but one of its mirrorless cameras… you must be new here. This is a simple, $599 (with a kit lens) followup to the two-year-old M10, through and through. But with a similar makeup to the M5, which is decidedly Canon’s most exciting mirrorless camera,…

The Insta360 One is a consumer 360 camera with tons of flexibility – TechCrunch

Monday, August 28, 2017

The Insta360 brand has quickly become known for consumer 360 photography products, and the new Insta360 One is its latest device designed for mobile immersive imaging. The new Insta360 One offers 4K video resolution, and 24 MP stills, as well as the ability to work in a completely standalone mode, remotely with your phone as a Bluetooth controller, and plugged in directly to your iPhone using your smartphone’s display as…

Future Predictions About Photography – Fstoppers

Sunday, August 27, 2017

We all wonder what Nikon or Canon’s next camera is going to be like or how will social media channels that affect our business evolve in the near future. But what about the distant future of photography? Let’s see some predictions about the photography, gear and business. Some of these may sound like utopian predictions, but considering the rapid evolvement in technology, it is quite likely that some might come true sooner than anticipated….

Canon Bill Hall obituary – The Guardian

Sunday, August 27, 2017

My friend and colleague Bill Hall, who has died aged 77, was the first arts and recreation chaplain in the north-east of England, chaplain to the Showmen’s Guild, senior chaplain to the Actors’ Church Union charity and chaplain to several cabaret clubs on Teesside and to Middlesbrough FC. He inspired and was responsible for the installation in 1996 at Durham Cathedral, where he was honorary canon, of Bill Viola’s artwork…

Enid photographer named medalist at international photo competition – Enid News & Eagle

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Dawn Muncy, of Muncy Photography, was named a gold medalist and bronze medalist during Professional Photographers of America’s 2017 International Photographic Competition.  Muncy’s work will be on display Jan. 14-16, 2018, at the Gaylord Opryland Convention Center in Nashville. This international photographic exhibit is held in conjunction with Imaging USA, an annual convention and expo for professional photographers. A panel of 33 eminent jurors from across…

Petcube Bites is a capable canine companion for when you’re not home – TechCrunch

Sunday, August 27, 2017

Keep your dogs close but your kitties closer, is I think the expression. Maybe. Whatever it is, pets are important to people. And keeping a close watch on them even when you’re not located in the same place has become increasingly possible thanks to the broad proliferation of tech like Wi-Fi connected cameras. Petcube Bites is one of those cameras, but it’s also a treat dispenser, which lets you fire…

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Sunday, August 27, 2017

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This Colorado State fake had the camera operator SO LOST – SB Nation

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Saturday is the first day of the major college football season, with five FBS games. Most of the country isn’t playing until next week, making this Week 0, basically. That’s true for everybody involved — the players, the coaches, the refs, the ushers, the concession workers, fans, and media. We’re all going to be sloppy for a bit. I’m extra worried I’m going to slide a typo into this blog…

Nikon’s new D850 has 45.7 megapixels and enough features to tempt Canon shooters – The Verge

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Nikon has a new full-frame DSLR: the D850. Announced today, the D850 is a monster of a camera in terms of specs, and it’s one that will cost accordingly — the retail price is $3,299 for just the body when it goes on sale in September. The pro-level D5 may still be the king of Nikon’s current DSLR offerings, but at first glance it’s the D850 that will likely be…

Photographer Turns Sick and Disabled Kids into Justice League Superheroes – PetaPixel (blog)

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Photographer Josh Rossi spent $1,500 last year turning his 3-year-old daughter into Wonder Woman, and the photo series went viral. This year, he did another passion project for a great cause: he photographed kids with diseases and disabilities as Justice League superheroes. “The whole idea was to take the things that are weaknesses for the kids such as cancer and other diseases and turn them into strengths,” Rossi tells PetaPixel….

Caught on Camera: Car crashes into house in Woodlynne – Fox News

Saturday, August 26, 2017

A car crashed into a New Jersey home and it was all caught on camera.  The basement of the Rivera home of Woodlynne, Camden County, looks as if a small bomb went off. The water heater, pipes, vents, wiring are all a tangled mess and the homeowner can barely contain himself. “This guy came out of nowhere coming from the street on this side, plowed right through the…

Lights, camera, inaction – could Brexit hurt the British film production boom? – The Guardian

Saturday, August 26, 2017

The British film production boom, from blockbusters including the new Star Wars trilogy to smaller domestic flicks and European co-productions, has played a role in propping up growth in the UK economy following the Brexit vote. However, producers – including the backer of a film about that most British of figures, Winston Churchill – have warned that severing links with Brussels will endanger the industry. Lionsgate, which released Churchill in…

Nikon’s new D850 has 45.7 megapixels and enough features to tempt Canon shooters – The Verge

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Nikon has a new full-frame DSLR: the D850. Announced today, the D850 is a monster of a camera in terms of specs, and it’s one that will cost accordingly — the retail price is $3,299 for just the body when it goes on sale in September. The pro-level D5 may still be the king of Nikon’s current DSLR offerings, but at first glance it’s the D850 that will likely be…

New VR Camera From China Hints At Ability To Shoot ‘OverCapture’ And Bullet Time Shots – Forbes

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Insta360 A screenshot taken from Insta360’s new video, teasing a new camera to be announced on August 28. Back in April I tested a budget consumer 360-degree camera by Shenzhen-based company Insta360 that offered the ability to shoot VR content in decent quality. The company will apparently announce a new, more powerful camera on August 28. I say apparently because the company’s PR has sent me several footage “teasing” the new…

This Artist Turns Aerial Photography Into Prints That’ll Last Forever – WIRED

Saturday, August 26, 2017

From a certain vantage point, you can’t quite tell what hangs on the back wall of Justin Brice Guariglia’s Brooklyn studio. At a distance, the 16-foot print looks like a textured painting with jagged edges you can reach out and touch. Upon closer inspection, you realize the image is flat, like a photo. In reality, the trompe l’oeil lies somewhere between the two. “They’re paintings derived from photographs,” says Guariglia….

Nikon’s new D850 has 45.7 megapixels and enough features to tempt Canon shooters – The Verge

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Nikon has a new full-frame DSLR: the D850. Announced today, the D850 is a monster of a camera in terms of specs, and it’s one that will cost accordingly — the retail price is $3,299 for just the body when it goes on sale in September. The pro-level D5 may still be the king of Nikon’s current DSLR offerings, but at first glance it’s the D850 that will likely be…

This Artist Turns Aerial Photography Into Prints That’ll Last Forever – WIRED

Saturday, August 26, 2017

From a certain vantage point, you can’t quite tell what hangs on the back wall of Justin Brice Guariglia’s Brooklyn studio. At a distance, the 16-foot print looks like a textured painting with jagged edges you can reach out and touch. Upon closer inspection, you realize the image is flat, like a photo. In reality, the trompe l’oeil lies somewhere between the two. “They’re paintings derived from photographs,” says Guariglia….

New VR Camera From China Hints At Ability To Shoot ‘OverCapture’ And Bullet Time Shots – Forbes

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Insta360 A screenshot taken from Insta360’s new video, teasing a new camera to be announced on August 28. Back in April I tested a budget consumer 360-degree camera by Shenzhen-based company Insta360 that offered the ability to shoot VR content in decent quality. The company will apparently announce a new, more powerful camera on August 28. I say apparently because the company’s PR has sent me several footage “teasing” the new…

Nikon’s new D850 has 45.7 megapixels and enough features to … – The Verge

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Nikon has a new full-frame DSLR: the D850. Announced today, the D850 is a monster of a camera in terms of specs, and it’s one that will cost accordingly — the retail price is $3,299 for just the body when it goes on sale in September. The pro-level D5 may still be the king of Nikon’s current DSLR offerings, but at first glance it’s the D850 that will likely be…