The additional four leaked images can be viewed below with even our first look at the E-M5′s optional battery grip to be announced along side the camera this Wednesday, February 8th. Be sure to share your thoughts and opinions on the camera’s final design in the attached poll after the break, in which we kept short and sweet with a simple “Yes” or “No.” Take a look:
NASA, by public demand, has released another “Blue Marble” image of Earth, this time showcasing Africa, Saudi Arabia and India in all it’s browser-breaking, 64MP, 11,500 x 11,500 pixel beauty through the use of their VIIR (Visible/Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite) instrument aboard the Suomi NPP satellite.
CINELAN and Vimeo, with a little help from the folks at GE, have debuted a new micro-documentary series, aimed at showcasing the best short portrayals of where invention, innovation, and world technologies are headed, while celebrating those professionally produced, three-minute end-to-end, nonfictional short films with up to $200,000 in cash prizes. Here are the details:
Award-winning photographer from The Sacramento Bee, a daily print publication for the city of Sacramento, California, has just been suspended over a front-page photograph (shown above) that he reportedly “digitally manipulated” in violation of the newspaper’s standards.
Bryan Patrick, the well-reputed staff-photographer accused of the violation, has been since suspended.