Quick News – Although Canon just released a service advisory confirming the 5D Mark III’s light leak phenomenon, which has been documented as altering exposure by up to a 1/3 stop, according to information gathered by Techradar, the camera giant has released more news affirming the halt of the camera’s shipment in some countries, like Canada and the United Kingdom, to properly investigate and rectify the problem more thoroughly.
Fernando Martins, photographer and head of Brazil’s Câmera Clara Photography Studio, has been having a problem concerning all of the attention that stock photography has been receiving as of late. Being that stock photography is inexpensive, and therefore attractive because of its discounted rates, many companies tend utilize the stock photos produced, leaving standard photographs, primarily Martins’, in the dust.
Getty Images, a leading stock photo agency based out of Seattle that many of us are very familiar with, has released information pertaining to the 2012 Getty Images Grants for Editorial Photography. Established back in 2004, the grants objective is to endorse distinction and brilliance in photojournalism by providing photographers of all levels with the financial means to pursue their creative dreams, specific to personal and journalistic importance.
Right on schedule, and unsurprisingly to those who have been following the D3200′s rumor run these past few months, Nikon has officially announced their 24.2 MP entry level successor to the D3100, bringing with it a slew of improvements over its predecessor, solidifying this update as a release worthy of its new numbered distinction.