ILFORD together with Canon U.S.A. Inc. announced the limited time promotion for the successful Canon Try My Photo program. Exclusive to United States residents, the program allows participants to print one of their favorite images on select ILFORD GALERIE Prestige professional-quality media using a Canon PIXMA PRO series professional inkjet printer.
Unified Color Technologies announced the latest upgrades to its professional-level HDR software lineup.
These upgrades improve the HDR workflow and significantly reduce the traditional limitations of HDR techniques, and most notably eliminate the need to photograph static scenes and the absolute necessity of a tripod to steady HDR exposures. New state of the art merge, alignment and deghosting algorithms have made the standalone HDR Expose 3 the most powerful and intuitive professional HDR application available. With its comprehensive, 32-bit color editing capabilities, also available in the Photoshop plug-in 32 Floatv3, the upgraded software ensures photographers can realize their vision for the most true-to-life HDR images possible.
Designed to easily move over a wide variety of rough terrains, the polymer case trolley is engineered with larger, thicker 4” diameter polyurethane wheels with stainless steel hardware and ball bearings, as well as a retractable pull handle.
The Evolution 2 Pete is 3 Legged Thing's new professional monopod. Built to withstand loads up to 18kg, this powerful 3 section monopod can take the heaviest equipment available today, remaining completely rigid and totally uncompromising.The new 32mm Stealth Carbon Fiber Tubing is both rigid and ultra light weight, and at just 450g it's the strongest and lightest monopod in its class. WIth 3LT detailing, copper ring, bronze mounting plate, and Evo 2 double-break friction lock system, the 3LT Pete is said to be the ideal companion for sports and long lens users.
Corel has announced the availability of Painter X3, the world’s leading digital art software known for its hundreds of brushes, paper textures and media that perfectly emulate real-world art materials. As an innovator in digital art, Painter X3 continues to inspire artists with unique tools such as new Jitter brushes that produce more organic art and flow maps that direct the saturation of wet media as it interacts with the canvas. In addition, artists will save more time with workflow enhancements when cloning with crosshairs, drawing in perspective and transforming multiple layers. For both new and experienced Painter users, the Brush Search engine now makes it easier to find the perfect brush, while the advanced brush controls simplify the customization options.
PhotoFlex announces the release of FlexFlash, light and compact yetsubstantial in feel. The digital display allows a photographer to dial-in with spot-on accuracy the exposures. Fast recycle, push button quick lock accessory attachment design and weighing in at 5 pounds, this strobe is the perfect solution for studio photographers of all levels. As always with the Photoflex products, Flexflash is designed smart for today’s photographers needs and built to last.
Panasonic has unveiled the new LUMIX DMC-FZ70 (FZ70. ) Optically, the FZ70
delivers 20mm wide-angle to 1200mm (60X) long zoom,
making it a category class leader. The lens is constructed with 14 elements in 12 groups,
including 6 aspherical lenses with 9 aspherical surfaces and 3 ED
(Extra-Low Dispersion) lenses. Optical image stabilization assures that both long zoom photos and videos are
sharp and free from blur. The FZ70 offers Full HD 1080/60i video
recording, thanks to Panasonic's experience as a world leader in
professional broadcast video. It boasts crystal clear audio due to a
unique microphone that eliminates ambient noise and wind sound with the
stunning clarity of Dolby(r) Digital. This unique microphone even zooms
with the optical zoom to more precisely zero in on the audio coming from
“By Way of These Eyes: The Hyland Collection of Photography” opens at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art on the University of Oregon on Saturday, September 28. The exhibition, on view through Sunday, December 29, presents more than 100 photographs drawn from the collection of Christopher Hyland, president of one of the world’s leading firms specializing in luxury residential fabrics and founder of the digital lifestyle magazine “HYLAND.”
Un/Natural Color, an exhibition of color photography from the Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s (SBMA) permanent collection, illustrates the history of color photography since the 19th century and examines how the shifted or faded colors of old photographs can evoke moments in the historical past.