Utilizing their wealth of knowledge gained from years upon years of commercial, event, and personal productions, and in lieu of the release of their new filmmaking resource app dubbed SMAPP, the good folks at Stillmotion continue to produce incredibly informative and useful resources for all our DSLR video shooters out there.
Over the course of the past 40-weeks, I’ve been thoroughly privileged to have become acquainted with tremendously talented individuals who frequently participate in The Digital Visual’s weekly photo gallery – a showcase of unique works from thousands of group members from around the world.
Just as projected, Fujifilm has released the Fujinon XF lens road-map for the X-Pro 1 today, revealing additional fixed focal length and zoom options to compliment the trio of offerings that have already been released alongside Fuji’s first mirrorless interchangeable lens camera.
If you’re like me, you have probably been inundated with questions from friends, acquaintances and family members regarding the specifics of the latest camera models currently out on the market and how they compare with each other. While nominal facts such as specifications a feature-sets can be easy to deduce on paper, something like the actual size of each respective camera can be a tad tougher to explain – for this, something like the iPad app, RealSize could presumably come to the rescue.
It’s that time of the week to take a step back from the industry news and showcase the incredible talent of our loyal readers. Hand selected from The Digital Visual Flickr Group, here are the selections for this round of The Week in Reader Photos.
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Quick News – Canon Rumors is reporting word from a known source, stating that the camera maker’s long-awaited jump into the mirrorless interchangeable lens camera market will come in about one months time henceforth, revealing a highly anticipated new model on July 24th, 2012.
NASA Reveals ‘The White Marble’ – The First Complete Image of Earth as Seen From Above the North Pole
After gracing us with increasingly splendid composite ‘Blue Marble’ images of our home sweet home, a series of consistently released shots which originated from the Apollo 17 crew in December of 1972, NASA has ventured to do what has never been done until now – release the first complete view of Earth from the North Pole, shown above.
For most, street photography can a rather anxiety-ridden experience – especially for those who are just becoming acclimated with street life in front of the lens. In order to truly make the most out of street photography as an art form, and capture the most compelling images of candid life, one has to rid their minds of the fear associated with taking photos of strangers without permission.
Quick News – Fujirumors is reporting some exciting news for all our recent X-Pro 1 adopters, citing June 27th will be the date in which Fuji reveals their XF lens road-map to the world in a global announcement. It’s being said that Fuji will not only unveil multiple lenses set for a 2012 releases, but also reveal various fast primes and image stabilized zooms for 2013.