Korean optics manufacturer Samyang has announced two new video lenses: the XEEN 14mm T3.1 and XEEN 35mm T1.5. [Read more…]
Major cities and famous landmarks often make for awesome shots, and that’s probably what Sean Nivin Riddle was after when he went filming with his drone around New York City’s Empire State Building last night.
Unfortunately for the 27-year-old his drone crashed into the 40th floor of the skyscraper, leading to local and federal security forces swarming to the area and arresting him.
Fujifilm might’ve built its reputation (and namesake) on analogue photography, but as of late, they’ve shown they’re dead set on making their mark in the digital world as well. Not only are they pumping out one great mirrorless after another, they’re also building an entire lineup of lenses from the ground up.
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.
Someone in Canon Canada’s PR department is about to get a substantial raise. [Read more…]
Cindy Crawford in without a doubt one of the most famous and photographed models of the past 30 years. In the 80’s, Cindy along with Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Claudia Schiffer, Christy Turlington and Kate Moss became known as the original “Supermodels”. I think it’s a safe bet to say that she’s worked with the best of the best photographers over that time.
It seems like magazines just declared open season on photographers. After Vogue declares that you should not even hire a wedding photographer, now Brides Magazine says that you should not feed your wedding photographer.
In a piece by wedding planner Sandy Malone named Which Vendors Do You Have to Feed at Your Wedding? Sandy asks which of the wedding vendors the bride and groom need to feed? Aside from the trivial “check your contract” advice, Sandy has some specific guidelines.
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.
Nikon’s highly-anticipated and recently-announced flagship DX DSLR is just days away from being officially launched in the US, but the Japanese headquarters informed customers that it will take a while longer until they’re able to take a D500 home with them.
Initially scheduled to be available as of March, along with the D5, Nikon Japan has said that the release date of the camera and its accessories will be pushed back due to failure to meet the high demand.
If that sounds strange to you, you’re not alone, and I can’t help but wonder if Nikon is trying to avoid another D600 or D750-style fiasco.