If you are in the field and have the habit of using your breath to fog up the front element of your lenses for a quick clean, you might want to reevaluate your wiping techniques as Nikon has claimed that this may be doing some irreversible damage to your optics.
Quick News – Ok, folks! The image shown above, a mysterious shot of a gorgeous-looking Canon EF 135 f/1.8L IS, has popped up on the Xitek forums, leading most to question its validity at first glance. While some glaring Photoshopping miscues (can you spot them?) lead one to believe the image is fake, could there be any chance its real given the fact Canon has issued a patent for a 135mm f/1.8?
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NYC Filmmaker Leaves $13,000 Worth of Gear in a Taxi Cab – Learns a More Valuable Life Lesson in the Process
If you have ever lost or misplaced an item with significant personal importance, you know the feeling of helplessness that comes along with trying to recover what you once had, especially if that item, or items, carry a hefty monetarily value. The aforementioned recently occurred ten-fold when NYC filmmaker and visual creative, Casey Neistat, left more than $13,000 of equipment in a New York City taxi cab, departing with his beloved gear not knowing if he would ever see it again.
With all of the recent turmoil that countries have experienced around the world, we have seen a plethora of images from photojournalists that depict conflict, combat, and different aspects of warfare. It is understood that these men and women behind the lens put their lives in danger on the daily to capture these historic and specific moments on film, but has anyone ever wondered whether or not some of the images you see are true to what really occurred?