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Cynthia Boylan Posted: Jan 29, 2015 0 comments

The World Photography Organisation launched a new award dedicated to mobile photography at the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards.

The Editors Posted: Jan 28, 2015 0 comments

Today’s Shutterbug Photo of the Day is this gorgeous travel photo by Frederick Allstetter. Allstetter shot this image of the Duomo di Catania (Cathedral of Catania) in Sicily, Italy with a Sony DSC-RX100 at ISO 1600, f/3.5, 1/20 sec at 13.6mm.

Jason Schneider Posted: Jan 28, 2015 0 comments

I’m hardly what you’d call a Film Dinosaur. Over 98% of the images I shoot are captured digitally. But, after I recently ran a dozen rolls of Kodak Tri-X 120 through some ancient medium-format roll film cameras, and had it developed, scanned, and printed on Fuji Crystal Archive photographic paper, I’m a much better digital photographer because of it.

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Cynthia Boylan Posted: Jan 28, 2015 0 comments

DNP has launched a smaller, lighter, and faster flagship DS620A dye-sublimation photo printer for event photographers. The latest addition to DNP’s line of DS Series printers, the DS620A is a compact, pro-grade photo printer and can produce up to 400 prints per hour. Built with an improved thermal print head, the DS620A will also come backed by a three-year Advanced Exchange Warranty from DNP IAM (at the time of purchase).

The Editors Posted: Jan 27, 2015 0 comments

Today’s Shutterbug Photo of the Day is a lovely, wedding photography image by Michelle Quinn.

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Cynthia Boylan Posted: Jan 27, 2015 0 comments

Kodak Alaris recently announced the winners of the annual KODAK Gallery Elite Award, which honors photographers who are members of Professional Photographers of America (PPA) that have used KODAK PROFESSIONAL Photographic Paper to perfect their art. This is the the 29th anniversary of the award, a culmination of annual state and district awards held throughout the US in conjunction with the PPA print competitions. Kodak Alaris will showcase the four winning images in its booth (#726) at Imaging USA (I-USA)—the annual PPA conference and trade show, Feb. 1-3, 2015.

Dan Havlik Posted: Jan 27, 2015 4 comments

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: another one of Nikon’s new full-frame digital SLRs has a problem. In this case, a small number of Nikon D750s have been producing a dark, shadowy band in the frame when capturing images with lens flare. While the issue was first reported by D750 owners who took to YouTube to demonstrate the problem, Nikon eventually acknowledged that the lens flare flaw was real and said it would offer free repairs. Last week, the company issued an official service advisory for the D750, saying that Nikon service centers needed to a adjust the camera’s autofocus sensor “to resolve the occurrence of unnaturally shaped flare.”

Lou Jacobs Jr. Posted: Jan 27, 2015 0 comments

Paul Cary Goldberg has long had a passion for two things: photography and food. A self-taught photographer, Goldberg’s love of food led to an interest in farms and farming as a way of life. Combine all this and you have Goldberg’s latest photo project, which involves documenting the life of the American farmer.

Joe Farace Posted: Jan 27, 2015 0 comments

Traditional flat reflectors do a good job of bouncing fill light when placed under a subject’s chin for portrait lighting but catchlights in their eyes can sometimes appear less than natural. Westcott’s Eyelighter Reflective Panel addresses the problem by providing an arc-shaped surface that matches the natural curvature of the human eye. Specifically designed for beauty and portrait photography, the Eyelighter reflects an arched light up toward your subject, producing not only flattering light but also a catchlight that follows the natural curve of the iris. Unlike three-piece, multi-reflector kits, this catchlight is seamless, without gaps.

The Editors Posted: Jan 26, 2015 0 comments

A major snowstorm is starting to pound the Northeast, streets are slick, traffic is snarled and the grocery stores are filled with testy shoppers. All of which is why Joaquin Urrutia’s peacefully pretty image is the perfect Shutterbug Photo of the Day today.

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