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According to accounts from many photographers on the DPReview forums, Ricoh Imaging just fell victim of a fairly egregious Photoshop fail, releasing the email advert below for their ...
Preliminary word from sources close to Sony Alpha Rumors and Mirrorless Rumors indicate the new Sony a7000 will pack a “high sensitively” 24MP sensor, rapped in a weather ...
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Quick News – According to corroborating reports from the credible folks at Digicame-info and 43Rumors, the image above is the apparent first look at Olympus’ upcoming Stylus 1 successor – ...
There’s something truly inspiring about shooting with a vintage large format camera – the methodical and somewhat cumbersome approach to capturing a scene, the detailed-oriented nature of creating ...
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Granted you have the ability to open a second mortgage and the desire to shoot cinematic moonscapes from here on Earth, Canon has had just the lens for ...
If you are a practicing street photographer, you most likely find yourself in one of two groups – either one who prefers to blend in with the surrounds ...
Breaking the Time-Space Continuum: New ‘Layer-Lapse’ Puts a Creative Twist on the Traditional Time-Lapse
Employing the use of a Canon 6D, 7D, a few wide angle lens options and Kessler CineDrive motion controller, photographer and visual artist Julian Tryba tackled the conventional time-lapse by adding ...
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From the Vault: The Inspirational Story of a Woman Born Blind, But Pursuing Her Dream of Photography Nevertheless
The stories of disabled individuals whose determination and willingness to defy their odds are constantly rousing and inspirational, especially in the field of visual arts, where all of our fellow visual creatives are reliant upon the use of their eyes. All aspects of our creative fields, down to filmmaking and photography, calls for, as the genre’s term implies, “vision,” suggesting that artists ...
Under the Watchful Eye of Homeland Security: Why is Oscar-Nominated Filmmaker Laura Poitras Continuously Detained at the Border?
Laura Poitras, an Oscar and Emmy-nominated filmmaker and journalist, has a plethora of films and documentaries under her belt, most of them involving war, politics, and life abroad in various Middle Eastern countries. While her films have been recognized and openly embraced by numerous film critics and acclaimed festivals in her home country of the United States, her efforts to continue fulfilling ...
In this day and age where camera comparisons are a dime a dozen, and the ever-so-rigid pixel-peepers are quick to jump at the chance to prove why his or her weapon of choice for motion picture capturing is superior to the next person’s, it easy to lose sight at what these devices are intended to do for a filmmaker in the first ...