- Style of Northeastern New Territories – That’s What We Call Life Exhibition
- The Basics of Time Lapse Photography with Vincent Laforet from Canon
- 10 Important Lightroom Library Shortcuts and Tips
- Introducing the Phottix Mitros TTL Flash for Canon
- Better Color from LED Lights
- Video Tutorial – How To Shoot A Beverage Shot With Rob Grimm
- DC Home 12 周年站聚相片精華
- First Look at Annie Leibovitz’s New Disney Dream Project Featuring Taylor Swift
- Behind The Scene Video on Jameson Whiskey Product Shoot
- Behind The Scene Video On A Magazine Shoot
Those were the days
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Monthly Archives: March 2012
Mar 29th, 2012 – VANCOUVER, CANADA: PhotographyBB announced today, the release of the 50th edition of the downloadable (PDF) PhotographyBB Magazine. PhotographyBB Magazine provides a diverse range of photographic education for beginner to intermediate level photographers. With over 100,000 downloaded editions each month, has become a leading resource in the future of free information distribution. The publication offers readers: Digital Photography tips and techniques, explorations on learning to harness creativity, issues surrounding the photo community, social media for photographers, entrepreneurial advice for emerging professionals, and image post processing tutorials in Adobe® Photoshop, and RAW processing in Photoshop Lightroom.
PhotographyBB Magazine is available for free download: http://www.photographyBB.com/magazine
The 50th edition explores the issue of developing one’s own creative style, techniques for minimizing background distractions when portrait shooting on the go, and even income tax tips for working photographers.
Source – PhotographyBB
According to Nikon Rumors, Nikon is releasing their new mid-range DSLR D3200 in April to replace D3100. The new D3200 will feature -
- 24 MP sensor
- 11 AF points
- 4 fps
- ISO range: 100-6400, with hi-ISO of 12800
- Improved video functionality
- maybe WiFi connection.
A gaming app for photographers? see how you fare, this app is quite fun.
Rock Photographer is a game that enables you to capture Rock ‘N Roll history one picture at a time. You play the photographer!
What makes the app special is that we use only real footage in the actual game-play. Just like a real camera, tilt your phone to look around inside level as the band plays. You can shoot from different positions to get the best angle. When you see something interesting happen, tap the screen to take a photo.
If your timing & frame is right, you’ll get big points! If not, you’re going to waste up all your film before the level is over. Special objectives are hidden throughout the levels waiting to be found. They just have to be taken at the perfect moment. Save up the points you earn to unlock hidden features, and become the World’s Greatest Rock Photographer!
Available now in the app store: itunes.apple.com/us/app/rock-photographer/id507833757?mt=8
Created by All-Nighters: the-all-nighters.com
Video Narrated by Tasie Dhanraj
Motion Graphics by Nemanja Ivanovic
The firmware is live, hop over to SonyAlphaRumors’ post here for the links.
Source – SonyAlphaRumors
Philip Bloom reviewed the latest Canon 5D MKIII and did a video (embedded above) review on it as well. The review can be found on his blog, link here, and he will continue to update it as he gets more familiar with the camera. Check out and see what the master has to say.
As usual Kai over at DigitalRevTV reviews the latest camera with a great sense of humor, this time with the Nikon D800.
Source – DigitalRevTV
Duncan Davidson posted this awesome post on his blog demonstrating how powerful the retina display is. Hop over via the link to check out his demo. The display is capable of showing all the finite details in such high resolution that takes one breath away. However, be warned that Safari will downsample all pics to 1024 x 768 the most for most JPEG files 9apart from progressive JPEGs). PNG files were told to be ok. For more info on how Safari down samples pics, check out this article, Safari Downsamples Your Images, No HD, from Andrew Ku and Alan Dang over at Tom’s Hardware.
Another great thing about the retina display is that when you load up an iPhone app on your new iPad even in double size due to the higher resolution. Check out this short video below on more details.