Today Wacom announced their new Cintiq 22HD touch, the latest addition to their interactive pen display lineup and this new edition also features multi-touch technology. This new Cintiq combines the use of a pen that many creative professionals are used to with the naturally easy to pick up touch technology which combine to make for a very intuitive and natural workflow.
Giant chromogenic prints of upside down negative cities in glowing red, tiny blurred seascapes printed in blue, and distorted figures sprawled across an orb-like foreign landscape are just some of the things people can expect from the ’4th Biennial Juried Pinhole Photography Show’.
Last week we told you that this was coming, but just in case you missed it we wanted to jump on this and let you all know that it is now available. I am referring to the new 5D Mark II Firmware update that brings Clean HDLI output and Improve AF performance up to F8 to Canon’s latest 5D.
We have all heard about non-profits developed to help in need children in developing parts of the world. Today I came across this great non-profit that is empowering kids to learn photography and then fund their communities by selling their photographs.
Want to know the secret to Matthew’s success in photography? Strong client relationships. In our last part of our interview with Matthew Jordan Smith, we talk about how to create strong lasting foundation with your clients.
A few days ago I wrote about how the Tamron 24-70 2.8 that I had been testing out was not performing well at all. I had used the lens in various locations and situations with my D7000, and in all of them the lens was back focusing or and very soft.
I took a family trip to the Zoo this weekend and so I figured that maybe some of you might like some tips for getting better shots of the animals at the Zoo. If you have a Zoo in the area you it is likely a pretty popular family outing, this means lots of people and lots of cameras.
If you are looking for some really great video lights on a budget that I have the video for you. This is a DIY project that I have used myself, though I admit that I made some modifications to fit my own needs making my version slightly more expensive than the advertised $86 price tag. [...]
This short tilt-shift time-lapse film by Nathan Kaso makes the city of Melbourne, Australia look like it is built of miniatures.
I just got the Tamron 24-70mm F2.8 VC USD (Nikon Mount) in for review, and so I wanted to share my initial thoughts lens. I’ve heard nothing but good things from the internets about this lens and so I am eager to give it a try to see how it goes.
In this episode of Our Week in 90 Seconds, we take a look at Canon’s decade-long dominance in the DSLR market, while highlighting two 3rd party lenses from Tamron and Sigma. We also talk about Sony’s nifty HX50V compact camera that boasts 50x optical zoom. Finally we have a pair of interviews with Craig LaMere of Moz Studio and the 2nd part of our interview with famed photographer Matthew Jordan Smith.
The Team behind Magic Lantern recently announced that they discovered a hidden 2K RAW DNG setting in live view on the 5D Mark II and 5D Mark III.