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Cynthia Boylan Posted: Nov 05, 2014 1 comments

Epson has introduced the new WorkForce WF-100, which the company is calling "the world's smallest and lightest wireless mobile printer."

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Dan Havlik Posted: Nov 05, 2014 1 comments

For those keeping score, Nikon has produced a ton of lenses over the years. To be more precise, the company just announced that the total production of Nikkor lenses for interchangeable lens cameras has now reached the 90 million mark.

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Cynthia Boylan Posted: Nov 04, 2014 0 comments

Although photography has always been his one real passion, life initally took Michael Reichmann in another career direction. Over the years, Reichmann held various positions in the field of telecommunications and computer software and it was there that he found success but he also made time to stay involved in photography through extensive writing for various magazines and teaching part time. 

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Steve Meltzer Posted: Nov 04, 2014 0 comments

Through his camera viewfinder Marc Riboud sees a world of gestures and graceful movements framed by elegant geometrical spaces. For over sixty years, he has photographed people and places with eyes full of wonder. Now in both New York City and his hometown of Lyon, France his delightful images from nearly sixty years of photography are on exhibit.

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Joe Farace Posted: Nov 04, 2014 0 comments
One way that photographers can add variety to a portrait session is to shoot a few images in black and white. The way I like to do it is to put the camera in monochrome mode then shoot with Raw+JPEG capture, creating two files at the same time—one in color, the other in monochrome—that you can show your subject right away. I did this recently and the subject loved the look of the black-and-white portrait so much that we continued the session shooting that way. That said, since this is the lighting issue I’d like to start with some new items to light up your photo life.
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Cynthia Boylan Posted: Nov 03, 2014 0 comments

Schneider Optics has introduced a new tilt-shift prime lens created to cover the full-frame sensors of digital SLR cameras. Featuring a wide 28mm focal length, the Schneider-Kreuznach PC-TS Super-Angulon 4.5 / 28 HM Aspheric lens offers users an image circle of 72mm, making it ideal for landscape, architectural and industrial photography.

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Dan Havlik Posted: Nov 03, 2014 0 comments

PhotoPlus Expo in New York City may not have featured as many blockbuster photo gear announcements as photokina in Germany had last month but there was certainly an ample amount of interesting new gear and software at the show.

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Cynthia Boylan Posted: Nov 03, 2014 0 comments

Moving far beyond the accepted norm, Brad Wilson put a fresh and unique twist on wildlife photography. Wilson wanted to capture the beauty of wild animals outside of their usual natural environment—or even the safe confines of a zoo enclosure. He wanted us to see the animals (including lions, owls, elephants, chimps, bulls, jaguars, cheetahs, alligators and more) in a setting that he had total control over, his own studio. 

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Dan Havlik Posted: Oct 31, 2014 0 comments

Think Tank Photo unveiled a collection of new bags for mirrorless cameras at PhotoPlus Expo today. The new Perception series are Think Tank’s smallest and lightest backpacks. Think Tank also announced the release of a new size to its Digital Holster line-up: the Digital Holster 5. 

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Joe Farace Posted: Oct 31, 2014 0 comments
I think Mr. Erwitt’s talking about “the way you see” is the best advice for any photographer no matter what their experience level may be. One way to open your mind and eyes to different ways of seeing the world is to look at other people’s images, and that’s one of my goals with this column. Helping us with that today are four Shutterbug readers who bring their own unique views of the world to bear on the art and craft of photography.

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