Let's get this and go shooting Many of the super-expensive auction items we write about here on the site are collector’s items that aren’t really meant to be used for photography anymore. This massive collection of Canon manual-focus...Show More Summary
One might almost feel the need to whisper while talking about Carrie Schneider’s portraits of women reading, but, to Schneider, the inspiration behind the photographs is something worth screaming about. Throughout her life, Schneider...Show More Summary
If she and Felicity Jones get together, I will probably die of happiness.
The first live episode of The Canon includes guest Kumail Nanjiani as we battle over whether ALIEN or ALIENS should be inducted.
Ron Luxemburg is a professional photographer in California. He was using a very nice telescope, an Astro Physics AP155, on Jan. 27, 2015, to test out a Canon EOS M mirrorless camera. The Moon was just past first quarter, and a pretty nice target. Show More Summary
Nova Sagittarii 2015 No. 2 in the lid of the teapot of Sagittarius. This is a stack of 10x15 second exposures, ASA 400, 3x Zoom with my Canon IXUS, taken on 21 March at 5:10 am, click to embiggen 24 March, stack of 8 images, same conditions a the 21st. Show More Summary
With the Expanded Universe obliterated, the Star Wars canon is looking a little thin at the moment. Still not sure what goes where? Here's a new official infographic that shows you where the books, movies, and TV series all fall. Read more...
Priests, and all the faithful, have a 'canonical right' to publicly express their opinion on matters of importance to the Church, says Dr. Edward Peters.
Earlier this month we reported the official Star Wars canon would get its first LGBT character in the form of Moff Mors. She makes her debut in Paul S. Kemp‘s upcoming novel Star Wars: Lords of the Sith next month — but it seems her presence might ultimately stretch beyond the books. Show More Summary
With new movies on the way and fresh comics out now, we look at "Star Wars'" whole new approach to continuity and explain what "counts" now.
From The Atlantic comes the case for canonizing G.K. Chesterton, the “Catholic convert and an oracular man of letters, a pneumatic cultural presence, an aphorist with the production rate of a pulp novelist.”
This post is sponsored by the new Canon imageCLASS MF800 Series color printers, designed to help you get through IT. With features like a remote user interface (for control) and a 3.5” color LCD touch screen (for efficiency), imageCLASS...Show More Summary
This is part of the process of canonizing a saint in the Catholic Church. Here.
Road trip songs occupy a plush seat in the American canon—right underneath the fuzzy dice. They are often harbingers of summer, and “I Left My Wallet In El Segundo” is no exception. This prototypical Tribe Called Quest track from their first album features a playful and engaging narrative from standout MC, Q-Tip.
The Church of England has announced that the Rev. Canon Alison White will be consecrated as its second female bishop since the Church voted last year to allow women to become bishops.
Canon Rumors has been told that the company is looking into incorporating its new 50.6MP sensor, or a variation of it, into an EOS-1 style body. While there’s no certainty at this point that such a camera will ever be produced, the move would allow users to enjoy the ergonomics, stronger battery and other advantages [...]Show More Summary
There’s something unsettling about San Francisco, which has been an epicenter of cinematic paranoia ever since James Stewart stalked Kim Novak through Vertigo. Over the years, filmmakers like Francis Ford Coppola (The Conversation),Show More Summary
Canonical Ltd. is moving into network virtualization through a broad alliance with Ericsson aimed at extending the reach of its popular Ubuntu Linux distribution. The move is the latest milestone in a multi-pronged strategic expansion that has ramped up considerably … Continue reading ?
Let’s find out, shall we? I took this fairly large round mirror and scanned it using my Canon flatbed. The result was… let’s say, not very mirror-like at all. In fact, the glass area was almost black. More »
Idris Elba as the villain in Star Trek 3? We definitely like the sound of that. The rebooted franchise made use of probably the best bad guy in the canon when Benedict Cumberbatch revived Khan Noonien Singh in Star Trek Into Darkness. Show More Summary