Fun picture over at Digilloyd about the types of cameras seen the in the wild these days. He was on a trip to Yosemite and found three would be photographers using an iPad, iPhone and simple point and shoot. Small sample group to be sure but still interesting, is this where photography is going?
White House photo by Pete Souza
Lytro is the new photography startup that is trying to change both how you photograph and how you edit your photographs after the fact. They are claiming that they can record multiple light fields allowing them to let you focus your shot after you’ve taken it in your post processing. They have called this a Living picture.
I’m always on the lookout for great photography workshops, I think they are a great way to get out of a rut and see new things, meet new people and expand your photographic skills. Finding great trips however is always a tough thing to do, you have the bigger companies offering trips along with plenty of local outfits, how to choose the best?
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Shooting on location and want an easy way to get your shots directly onto an iPad for your art director or client? This is a great solution with the iPad and Eye-fi cards.
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“Can your photo make a difference?”
National Geographic and Vale are putting on a global photography contest about Sustainability. It contains several categories including -
Photo Contests are a great way to get your work out in front of the masses, it’s also great publicity if you can win or place. Not only that but hopefully it’ll inspire you to shoot more and isn’t that the best part in the long run?
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Nice work Nikon, shooting your commercials with your own DLSR is a great way of showing off what you can do with the camera. Pretty cool to see what you can do with a sub $1000 camera.
One of the best promo videos I think I’ve ever seen for a camera store -
- Zeiss ZE 21mm f/2.8
- Canon 50mm f/1.4
- Canon 85mm f/1.8
- Panasonic 20mm f/1.7
- Panasonic 14-45mm
- Panasonic GF1