It looks like YouTube is getting extremely interested in up-and-coming video formats, including virtual reality (VR) and high dynamic range (HDR).[Read More…]
As flawless as we might present our photography lives to be on social media, there are times when being a photographer isn’t nearly as glorious as it sounds.
One of the most notable changes inside the magnesium frame is an entirely new mirror mechanism that reduces vibration when flipping up and slamming down.[Read More…]
For most photographers, medium format is overkill–the equivalent of driving a tank to pick up a gallon of milk.
But, there’s no denying that medium format systems have their place in the market, particularly for photographers who need the absolute best image quality with zero compromises.
To explain the differences between medium format and smaller format cameras and why photographers opt for medium format systems, Hasselblad commissioned photographer Karl Taylor to create a video sharing his thoughts, insight and experiences with medium format cameras.[Read More…]
If you haven’t heard of Urthecast, you need to fix that.
Based out of Vancouver, British Columbia, Urthecast is a company working hand-in-hand with NASA to provide the first publicly accessible HD camera that’s attached to the International Space Station.
While their main objective is a constant stream of HD footage broadcasted live for the world to see, Urthecast has also created a new Chrome App that will automatically display one of the thousands of incredible images Urthecast has in its growing archive when you open a new tab in your browser.[Read More…]