Panasonic has joined the ranks of manufacturers like Sony, Samsung and LG by offering 4K Netflix access for its line of AX800 televisions.
The Samsung Gear S, a Tizen-powered smartwatch with its own 3G connection, will be available through AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.
Mexican mariachis, Chinese foot massage parlors, Persian ice cream and Korean karaoke bars: Los Angeles is more than Hollywood, sunshine and surfing,
Forgoing the wristband form factor, Nintendo is building a device that will monitor sleep quality from your nightstand.
YouTube now supports video at 60 frames per second, allowing for gaming clips to play at their native framerate.
1. You Need to Document That You Were There I get it, I do. You’re the one behind the camera. You’re the one taking the photo of that adorable little smile. You’re the one documenting that you spent a day at the park together. Someone’s...Show More Summary
So, you’ve made the big step! The big step being photographing weddings, of course. We’re here to provide you with some basic wedding photography tips that will help and guide you on your photography journey. Wedding photography is not easy, but it sure is beautiful; you’re helping create a piece of history that a group […]
Autofocus is such a wonder-tool in our cameras that I’m sure quite a few of us have no idea how we ever managed to take tack-sharp photos without it. But how many of us actually use it to its full potential? There’s a bit more to auto-focus than the single or one shot default. Without […]
The first Zeiss lens and Hasselblad 500C camera to visit space will be going up for auction on November 13 via RR Auction in Boston. The unit is a piece of history, having joined Wally Schirra during the Mercury-Atlas 8 mission and, later on, Gordon Cooper during the Mercury-Atlas 9 mission. Read more
Sony has introduced a new line of XQD format version 2 memory cards, the G Series. As with other XQD cards, the G Series promises fast read and write speeds that are able to match the demanding needs of select cameras, such as the Nikon D4 and D4s. Show More Summary
Favela La Mineira, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2014 Frederik Buyckx (b.1984, Belgium) received a master’s degree in advertising design at St-Lucas Antwerp and studied photography at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent. In 2010 he became a freelance photographer and has worked on ssignments for National Geographic Magazine, The New York Times […]
Favela La Mineira, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2014 Frederik Buyckx (b.1984, Belgium) received his master’s degree in advertising design at St-Lucas Antwerp and studied photography at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent. In 2010 he became a freelance photographer and has worked on assignments for National Geographic Magazine, The New York Times and […]
Who else is slightly freaked out by the fact that we’re about to move into November? Where did the year go! Anyway – it’s time to look back on the hottest tutorials for October. This past month saw a few of our posts go a little viral. Show More Summary
Hopefully, none of you will ever actually be in a situation where this would be useful, but Mickey Osterreicher, General Counsel for The National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), sat down to make a quick, but helpful, informational video regarding the legal rights of photojournalists. In the video, which is a 3 minute long gem of [...]Show More Summary
Historically, split toning was used when developing photos from negatives. Two different toners would be used one after the other in order to produce different colours in the highlights and shadows of an image. For example, follow selenium with gold and you’ll produce purple-blue mid-tones; or use sepia and then blue for sepia highlights, blue […]
Circa 1906. "Southern Railway station, Knoxville, Tenn." What has four faces but no hands? 8x10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company. View full size.