Browsing Archive September, 2012

More Tips for Taking Great Landscape Photographs

More Tips for Taking Great Landscape Photographs

You have your wide angle lens ready and aperture set at f/16. You go home and see that the picture you took is not as what you have in mind. Landscape photography might seem like setting the aperture to the highest possible value and taking a picture of a beautiful scene but it’s not just that - we talked a little ...

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Stunning Photos of lightning bolts.

Stunning Photos of lightning bolts.

Capturing bolts of lighting as they streak across the night sky is a difficult process that requires a lot of patience. But photographer Mike Olbinski  has the patience of a saint as these array of stunning pictures showing the split-second moment a lightning bolt hits the ground prove. Source, ...

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Lytro light field camera

Lytro light field camera

''A radical camera that lets users adjust the focus after taking pictures''.....Hmmm, a digital camera that lets you focus later......sounds like a bit of a novelty! So, is this a new type of camera that will change photography as we know it? I very much doubt it, although the promos for this camera sound ...

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Panasonic Lumix GX Vario 35-100mm f/2.8 telephoto zoom lens

Panasonic Lumix GX Vario 35-100mm f/2.8 telephoto zoom lens

Panasonic digital camera owners will be pleased to hear of  Panasonic's recently announced  Lumix G X Vario 35-100mm f/2.8 telephoto zoom lens designed for micro four-thirds cameras. The LUMIX G X 35-100mm F2.8 is the latest addition to Panasonic’s LUMIX G micro system, which includes the world’s largest range of ...

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2012 National Geographic Photography Competition

2012 National Geographic Photography Competition

Another photographic competition worth checking out; this time it's the 2012 National Geographic Photography Competition. National Geographic have always set the standard for photographic excellence, so I can't wait to see who the winners will be this year. The competition is open to professional and amateur ...

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Adobe’s new Photoshop Elements 11

Adobe’s new Photoshop Elements 11

Adobe has released the latest version of their imaging editing software; Photoshop Elements 11 and premiere Elements 11. Is it going to be radically different to the previous versions? with improved and different features? it will need to be, in order for people give up their earlier versions and go out and buy it. ...

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The iPhone 5 Teardown

The iPhone 5 Teardown

iFixit has completely taken apart the new iPhone 5 just hours after it's official launch - in it they reveal the new camera sensor and a scratch-resistant saphire glass lense. Source: iFixit

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The New Lowepro Hatchback AW

The New Lowepro Hatchback AW

No, it's not a small family car, it's something far more useful. It's a very useful camera bag ideal for the outdoor photographer which also doubles as a daypack. This is a camera bag I would consider buying. I already own the Lowepro slingshot but just can't get on with that single strap which seems to be made for ...

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Autographer: The world’s First Intelligent Wearable Camera

Autographer: The world’s First Intelligent Wearable Camera

OMG Life today announced the release of Autographer, a wearable camera which can take hands-free photos with a custom 136° eye view lens, an ultra small GPS unit and 5 in-built sensors. Autographer takes very different photographs. They are always natural, unexpected and completely authentic. From candid shots of ...

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Travel Photography Live festival 2012

Travel Photography Live festival 2012

Visitors will be entertained and informed by some of the world’s leading photographers and travellers at the Travel Photography Live Festival. The festival will be held at the Royal Geographical Society in London over three consecutive days on the 5th 6th and 7th October. ''Travel Photography Live! is highly ...

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