The FA-WRC1M wireless radio commander and the FA-WRR1 wireless radio receiver will be the pair of units that make up this new system.
We’ve all had that feeling of being in a beautiful or dramatic landscape, wanting to capture it, and then found it was missing just a little something once we got it home and saw the images big on the computer screen.
German architectural photographer, Andreas Levers has also felt that on occasion and decided to do something about it by blending the real with the computer generated.
DIYP spoke to Andreas to get a little more information and some insight into his work and process.
Reuters have reported that American photographer Gary Braasch, has died on Monday while snorkelling at the Great Barrier Reef.
Gary had spent 40 years working for publications such as TIME, National Geographic, Life, and the New York Times Magazine, as well as being a Nikon “Legend Behind the Lens”.
Looking at the specs for Canon’s not quite yet officially announced Canon EOS 1300D (otherwise known as the Rebel T6), you might be thinking that you’re just looking at a recycled EOS 1200D, and you’d pretty much be right.
Other than adding WiFi and NFC, there doesn’t seem to be any significant difference between the two cameras at all.
Despite being principal photographer for Jaguar World, Classics Monthly, Retro Cars and a number of other popular British car magazines, Chris Frosin always seems to find time for those photography-related-but-not-photography-itself personal projects.
Chris and I have been friends for a few years, and we occasionally jump in a Google Hangout or get together in person to have a chat about new gear announcements, to bounce shoot ideas off each other, or to show off projects we’re doing. This was how I learned of his plans to make a wooden grip for his Nikon FM2.
That new member, the Super Stopper, blocks a massive 15 stops of light, reducing the incoming light hitting your sensor to 1/32,000th of its original intensity!
When it comes to getting the look of film, or something even vaguely resembling film, I’m one of those who would sooner just pick up an old Nikkormat, load a roll, and go shoot it, than to try and recreate the effect in post.
That being said, the speed, cost and convenience of shooting digital undoubtedly gives us many advantages that film could never offer, and the look of certain film stocks is still very appealing.
This is where Lightroom and Photoshop preset packs come in, and David Childers over on the Lightroom Zen blog has made a pretty thorough side by side comparison of some of the most popular ones using a wide range of different images.
Mike Kusak at FixyourCamera.org is a self-confessed electronics nut. As a camera tech with over a decade of professional experience Mike has worked on some of the most advanced cameras and lenses available.
After seeing the video we were intrigued, so DIYP had a chat with Mike about his work, the website, YouTube and his hopes for their future.
The SD Association, the group responsible for developing standards for Secure Digital memory cards, have unveiled the newest version of the SD standard, SD 5.0.
This iteration has been released specifically to address video and the write speeds required to capture 8K and 360° video footage, and will introduce a new Video Speed Class labelling system.