Passion. Fascination. Motivation. Characteristics and values London-based street photographer Matt Stuart, like many others who partake in the craft, wears on his sleeve when immersed in the concrete jungle, capturing candid, but fleeting moments with his Leica stapled to his wrist.
At an event held in San Fransisco, Adobe announced today that both the pricing and expected availability for the much-anticipated Creative Suite 6, a release that is expected to touch down on May 7th according to both B&H’s and Adobe’s pre-order plans.
Aside from a marginal bump in price for Production Premium to the tune of $200 additional dollars, thanks in part to the inclusion of Adobe’s new SpeedGrade and Prelude, most of the CS6 packages will retain the same prices as its C5.5 counterparts, with the Creative Suite 6 Master Collection still weighing in at $2,599.00. The complete price list for all the pre-order options can be viewed below.
O2 Management Admit to the Unlawful Violation of a Photographer’s Right to Work on the 2012 Olympic Grounds
Just last week, we covered a story concerning the 2012 Olympic venue O2 over in London that recently made headlines over the management’s controversial stance of impeding photographers’ rights if need be.
When a journalist from The Guardian tested the waters with O2’s management pertaining to their stringent photography policies and regulations to see what would happen, security officers immediately approached him (shown in the video above), demanded him to stop filming, and show the footage, even though the reporter was filming on a public street and there exists no law that calls for security guards to view footage. When the journalist denied to show O2′s security footage of what he had recorded on the grounds of the law, one of the men responded that anti-terror laws permit it.
Quick News - After experiencing an initial delay, postponing the highly-anticipated second firmware update for the NEX-FS100 for about a month, the upgrade has now been officially released and is currently available to download on Sony’s website.
Here’s what the new firmware brings to the table:
An Illusive Use of LEGOS – Valentino Fialdini’s Tilt-Shift Photography Makes Lego Brick Rooms Look Like Full-Size Gallery Space
At first glance, most would be inclined to believe that the images shown in this post were nothing more than empty and open spaces, found either in a museum, art gallery or some other creative institution, with sunlight flowing freely through its windows. But, it’s when you dive a bit deeper into each and every one of these illusive shots from Brazil-based photographer, Valentino Fialdini, is that the perceived reality is not what it seems.
Every once in a blue moon, one of the only few hundred in existence and incredibly expensive Nikkor 6mm f/2.8′s come out of the woodworks and makes an appearance, hoping to capitalize on its reported rarity and cash-in as a result. The latest sighting of Nikon’s legendary fisheye comes from London, where Amateur Photographer (AP) was informed by Gray Levett, co-founder of Grays of Westminster, that he spotted the immense piece of glass “around seven weeks ago” on an overseas trip.