Landscape photography, especially when you’re having to travel any kind of distance, requires some planning. You need to make sure that you pack what you need, but not so much that you can’t manage carrying it with you all day.
When I first heard the phrase “dual cameras” used in relation to mobile phones, 3D is what first came to my mind. How disappointed I was to find out that it was nothing to do with recording videos or shooting stills in 3D.
Now, Weeview want to fix that, having announced the Eye-Plug 3D Camera at Computex. The Eye-Plug gives your smartphone’s camera software an extra lens and sensor so it can see two viewpoints at once.
The case of Jane Doe No. 14 v. Internet Brands, Inc. is one that many were following with great interest, and Internet giants like eBay and Facebook told the court that the lawsuit would have a “chilling effect” on the Internet.
While what happened to Doe was tragic, she felt that Model Mayhem were responsible for not warning her of the dangers from other members on the website.
If scrolling through a plain old Instagram feed isn’t exciting enough for you, a new free online app called Instamuseum lets you turn it into a virtual museum.
To create your gallery, you’ll need an account on Sketchfab, but that is also free. To let people view them, you need simply to embed them into your website.
A team at Harvard University have build a lens that’s thinner than the waves of light it focuses. Based on light-warping metamaterials, this lens may one day replace the heavier glass lenses found in items like microscopes, smartphones, cameras and even telescopes.
Lens technology has come a very long way since those early days, but it’s still difficult to build very compact lenses. If you’ve ever wondered why your phone’s camera lens sticks slightly proud of the back, this is why.
People have been creating statues to celebrate the the real and fictional characters they have admired for at least the last 35,000 years. Washington has Lincoln, Philadelphia has Rocky, and Sugar Land, Texas has… two ladies shooting a selfie.
Described by one Facebook commentator as the reason “why people hate the young generation!”, opinions seem pretty consistent regarding the new city feature.
Photographing your children as they grow and blossom into the young adults they will become is common to almost all parents. Some parents, however, like to think a little differently.
Commercial photographer Grace Chon is one of those people. With assistance from the family’s 7 year old rescue dog, Zoey, Grace created an adorable series of photographs of her young son, Jasper.
Reaching into five counties, and seeing more than 10 million visitors each year, the Peak District offers some of the most amazing views of the English countryside. So, with around 27,000 people a day visiting the area it’s no surprise that some will occasionally become lost.
After wandering from the footpath to explore areas less trodden, the couple who are believed to be in their early 20s, climbed a steep bank near the top of Winnats Pass in Derbyshire.
I’d love nothing more than to be able to slap a digital sensor into my old mechanical film bodies and wander off doing some street photography. So, I’m trying really really hard to get excited about this one, but the lessons of the past have taught us to not get our hopes up.
The PSEUDO Film Canister plans to succeed where the previous attempts have failed and finally allow us to shoot digitally with our 35mm film bodies.
There’s a lot more to shutter speed than simply filling in a part of the exposure triangle. The creative choices when it comes to shutter speed are just as important as the technical.
In this video from PhotoRec TV, Toby Gelston tells us all about shutter speed, the issues that can arise from having one that’s too fast or too slow, how to fix them. He also talks about how we can use shutter speed creatively to give you the images you really want.