It might not be Adobe’s most widely used program for photo management, but Adobe Bridge plays a vital role in many photographers’ workflow, mine included.
Shortly after its announcement I read a review of the Nikon P900 super-zoom bridge camera, where the author excitedly said it can be used to shoot objects as far as ten miles away.
Judging by this photo of the International Space Station, captured by Naftali Maimon, I’m happy to say the P900’s 83x 2000mm-equivalent zoom is also capable of snapping photos of objects 250 miles away.
That’s right, this photo was captured with a $597 bridge camera!
Even if you’re a film photographer, it’s likely that at some point you will need to digitize your negatives. While Scanning is the optimal solution in terms of resolution and quality, it’s also possible to use a digital camera to take a picture of the negative, effectively giving you a true digital negative to work with.
Korean optics manufacturer Samyang has announced two new video lenses: the XEEN 14mm T3.1 and XEEN 35mm T1.5. [Read more…]
So, you want to take your Leica on some underwater adventures? Well, now you can, all while keeping the same German aesthetic that likely tempted you to buy your camera in the first place.
GoPro, once the undisputed action camera leader, has had a rough time lately.
In attempt to improve its financial results and regain market share, the company announced that as of April it will be narrowing down its camera lineup and focusing on just three models.
The Hero5 won’t be one of those cameras, unfortunately, as its release date has once again been pushed back.
One of the biggest complaints from consumers in regards to the iPhone is the lack of expandable memory. Combine that with the always-minimal storage they continue to put in their lower-end models and you end up with a disaster waiting to happen if you take a lot of photos and prefer to keep them on your device rather than syncing them to the cloud.
Thankfully, you don’t have to shell out the big bucks to increase your iPhone’s storage. That is, if you don’t mind taking a trip to China’s Shenzhen market, where they will upgrade your iPhone’s memory for only $60—$140 less than the premium you’d pay if you bought the larger phone directly from Apple.
It’s newest weapon is the much anticipated Sony a6300, a brand new mirrorless camera that packs in 24-megapixels, incredibly fast autofocus and 4K video capability, all for only $1,000. [Read more…]
JP Danko is a commercial photographer based in Toronto, Canada. JP
can change a lens mid-rappel, swap a memory card while treading water, or use a camel as a light stand.
JP’s photography is available for licensing at Stocksy United.
Gannon Burgett is a photographer from Marion, Indiana. "Striving each day to make my dent in the universe"