If you live in the United States and partake in the selling of cameras internationally, or any electric device with a lithium-ion battery for that matter, and regularly ...On May 12, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
Although it didn’t quite reach the $4,338,500 mark Andreas Gursky’s Rhine II fetched at auction, an image coined as the world’s most expensive photo, Canadian photographer Jeff Wall’s ...On May 10, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
Having lent his expertise to the visual effects development of acclaimed motion pictures such as Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, and most recently, Terrence Malick’s ...On May 2, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
Just last week, FUJIFILM announced plans to increase the price of all color negative, color reversal, black and white, and quick snap photographic films – a price-hike that would ...On May 1, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
In a rather bizarre development, Olympus found it fitting to get the ball rolling on their latest product hype campaign by sending a mysterious package to select news ...On May 1, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
With all of the recent turmoil that Kodak has experienced thus far in just this past year alone, and through its vast efforts in attempting to restructure itself ...On April 26, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
Fuji film shooters, now is the time to stock up on all color negative, color reversal, black and white, and quick snap photographic films, as the firm has ...On April 25, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
When the Pentax K-01 was first announced and unveiled, there was, and continues to be, polarizing opinions regarding its overall look. While some happen to love the unique ...On April 17, 2012 / By Manuel A. Calle
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