Panasonic UK has announced pricing and availability for its flagship 4K video-recording mirrorless camera, the Lumix DMC-GH4. It'll go on sale on 5th May for £1299.99 body only, £1749.99 with 14-140mm zoom, or £2499.99 with the specialist DMW-YAGHE video interface unit.
As the anniversary of the nuclear accident approached, I found myself wondering what life has been like for the people of Fukushima, especially the children, whose lives are still directly affected by it.
We see them in movies, we watch History Channel specials about them, and they are the things of which legends are made. Surprisingly, no, I’m not referring to UFOs. We’re talking about combat snipers, those lethal ghosts in face paint shifting in the shadows. I began contemplating the possible parallels between photographers and these men [...]Show More Summary
Porn: some people love it; some people are digusted by it, but we all know it when we see it, right? It’s this ‘we know it when we see it’ approach that Vine is adopting with its new policy covering sexually explicit content on its social netowrk. Vine reckons that explicit sexual content isn’t a […]
Back about a month ago came the announcement of the Panasonic GH4, a Digital Single Lens Mirrorless (DSLM) camera with the ability to record 4K video. Panasonic released word of its plans to keep the camera at a reasonable price of less than $2000, and it seems now that they went through and delivered. Just [...]Show More Summary
The Nikon D3300 continues on the path of its entry-level DSLR predecessors, with plenty of built-in shooting and retouch modes, a small footprint, and beginner-friendly user interface. It has a 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor with no optical low-pass filter, as well as an Expeed 4 image processor. Show More Summary
Kazakhs building a Ger in Mongolia, 2012 Robert McPherson (b.1982, Norway) began freelancing for Norway’s Aftenposten national newspaper in 2011. He is a member of Metaphor Images, an international documentary photographer`s collective based in Australia. Show More Summary
Washington, D.C., circa 1935. "Office workers." A future diorama in the National Secretarial Museum. Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative. View full size.
July 1943. Washington, D.C. "Member of the Catholic Evidence Guild speaking in Logan Circle." Photo by Joseph Horne, Office of War Information. View full size.
It’s amazing how quickly things change. There was a time in the not-too-distant past when nobody really took camera phones all that seriously. I can even remember a heated debate about eight years ago in which a friend of mine– a seventh-generation...Show More Summary
Detroit circa 1905. "Central Savings Bank, Grand River Avenue branch." 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.
When you want to create an awesome car chase and don’t have the budget for it, you can always scale it down, and use RC cars. Of course, that does not mean that budget is frugal, it simply means that some stuff can not be done full scale. The Subaru team created this incredible SUBARU [...]Show More Summary
Here at DIYP we are not big advocates of using software to extremely enhancify body figure. College humor took a poke at the trend of showing extreme photoshop makeover timelapses and shows what it looks like to have the same beautifying timelapse, only shown in reverse. Show More Summary
iOS music game Zya has gained some new features in time for SXSW 2014, including a chance for players to get signed to a label.
Joe McNally is a name you have likely heard before. He’s a National Geographic photographer and a master of lighting. He’s also seemingly fearless, or a little bit crazy – doing things like photographing from the very tip (and I do mean...Show More Summary
When you're an inventor, you get to put your name on whatever it is you invent. That's the rule. Hence, the RockSolid Stubilizer. Dreamed up by extreme sports junkie Stuart Smith, the Stubilizer - a GoPro-compatible, plug-and-play image stabilizer - is currently seeking funding through Kickstarter to reach production. Show More Summary
The Inaugural SXSW Gaming Awards celebrated a variety of games from a wide range of developers, complete with a dose of good humor.
Over time, we covered quite a lot of infinite white tutorials, but I think this is the first infinite black backdrop we are sharing. This one comes from UglyMcGregor and the smarts of it is that it scales down to small and cramped spaces like home studios. The setup uses a black backdrop that covers [...] The post Easy Infinite Blackdrop appeared first on DIY Photography.
1952. Cornered in his corner office: "Harried executive sitting at desk with pill bottles and ashtray full of cigarette butts; arms are handing him papers and a telephone." Photo by Phillip Harrington for the Look magazine assignment "Your Next Promotion Can Kill You." View full size.
This has probably happened to all of us. We’ve just come back from an exciting trip and want to share all the wonderful moments with our friends and family. But after a brief moment we seem to be the only ones still enjoying the picture-show. Show More Summary