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Astropad Studio Turns Your iPad Pro Into a Graphics Tablet for Your Mac Plus Adds Pro Features

Software Developer, AstroHQ, has announced their new flagship product, Astropad Studio. Building upon many of the key features of the original Astropad, the Pro edition adds faster processing speeds, customizable workflow and shortcut options, plus pen pressure and stroke settings. It also allows users to create shortcut sets that match whatever Mac app they’re currently working in and adds keyboard support via the on-screen keyboard or use of an external bluetooth keyboard. The software is available now and currently priced at $64.99/year or $7.99/month....
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OWC’s DEC Dock Adds Additional Ports and Storage to 2016 Macbook Pros

Longtime Mac specialists, Other World Computing(OWC), have announced the impending release of their new dock for the 2016 Macbook Pro, the OWC DEC. The DEC acts as a docking station for the Macbook Pro, but adds additional features to the unit such as flash storage and additional ports. Those who purchased the latest model the laptop may find the number of ports limiting. The DEC seeks to remedy that problem....
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Photographer Sean Bonner’s New Book Project Documents People on the Streets of Japan

Los Angeles and Tokyo based photographer, Sean Bonner, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for his planned book project featuring Tokyo street photography. Captured around the streets near his office in Shibuya and surrounding Tokyo, the series of images captures citizens as they go on their day-to-day journey. Bonner has launched the campaign to raise funding for the book which he hopes will contain around 35 final pages and printed in an 8.5” x 8.5” square format. Currently, he’s seeking to raise $3,000 which will go to the book’s production costs....
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MyDrone Is An Auto-Follow, 4K Drone Aimed At Sports Enthusiasts and Filmmakers

California based, MyDrone, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for an all-new drone of the same name. Aimed at cinematographers, sports enthusiasts, and those looking to get into drones with limited knowledge, the MyDrone features several auto-follow modes while recording video in 4K resolution. Control can done through either the MyDrone Sports Watch, giving users access to a variety of settings for commanding the unit, or manual piloting using the remote controller with smartphone integration....
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Fujifilm Announces All-New Rugged and Waterproof Finepix XP120

Today Fujifilm announced a new addition to its Finepix line of cameras, the Finepix XP120. Designed for those in need of a more durable camera for, say, outdoor or underwater adventures, the camera offers four-way protection including both water and shock proofing. It utilizes a 16.4MP back-illuminated sensor which Fuji claims will result in both high-performance and sharper images. In addition it features a large 3″ LCD screen, burst shooting up to 60fps, and a variety of connectivity options....
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Panasonic Announces Lumix FZ80, An Ultra-Wide Zoom with Touch Focus, 4K Video, and 4K Photo

Today Panasonic announced the release of an all-new addition to the FZ series, the Lumix FZ80. The camera features a 60x optical zoom, 18.1 megapixel sensor, and Panasonic’s Venus Engine image processor allowing for high-speed capture while retaining high-quality in low light recording. The camera also features Panasonic’s 4K Photo Mode, which allows users to capture photos at 30fps by extracting images from a 4K burst file. ...
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“The King” Lives On In Adam Nicholson’s Elvis 40th Anniversary Photo Exhibition

Elvis fan and avid collector, Adam Nicholson, has launched a Kickstarter campaign featuring his collection of iconic photographs of Elvis Presley taking during the 1970s by photographer Ed Bonja. Bonja was the official photographer and tour manager for Presley from 1970-1977 and photographed many of his album covers. After a chance encounter, Nicholson partnered up with Bonja in 2012 and eventually came to own the collection of rare photographs, valued at $165,000. He plans for the exhibition to be a statewide tour and is currently seeking to raise $5,763 to go towards production expenses. ...
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123: Dogs In Hawaii Is The Adorable Photo Book Your Kids(You) Always Wanted

Hawaii based photographer, Keri Nakahashi, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for her children’s book project, 123: Dogs in Hawaii. The book is meant to introduce kids to ten different dog breeds while simultaneusly teaching them how to count from one to ten. In addition, the book seeks to promote quality time between parents and children through reading and of course elicit happy reactions from the photos. The project is currently seeking $5,000 with the funds being used to cover the printing and shipping costs....
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Tracy Anne Hart’s Absolute Music Seeks To Showcase Iconic Musicians

Photo taken from the Kickstarter project. Music photographer Tracy Anne Hart has launched a Kickstarter campaign for her planned photo exhibition, Absolute Music. Tracy Anne Hart has been a music photographer for over 30 years. Based in Texas, her work has featured iconic musicians such as Vintage Trouble, Joe Ely, Billy Gibbons, and more. She recently completed...
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Pawsitive Change Seeks to Create Portraits for a Good Cause

Central Florida based, Pawsitive Change, has launched a Kickstarter for their latest project. The non-profit group hopes to provide simple, portrait style photos for animal rescue groups of families and their animal friends. The goal of the Kickstarter will be to raise $550 to apply for 501(c)3 tax exemption making the company an official non-profit organization. This will also allow them to apply for special grants only given to non-profits. Currently the company finds themselves in the red, but foresees the funds from Kickstarter as a way to move them into the black and keep them there. ...
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ModelBs Hopes to Bring Models and Photographers Together, Tinder Style

Actor and now social media app developer, Troy Akin, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for his latest project, ModelBs. The app is designed to connect models and photographers in a safe and efficient manner. Similar to the popular dating app, Tinder, users will swipe right on models/photographers they wish to work with and if they match, they move on to the next step in setting up a photo shoot. The project is currently seeking to raise $50,000 in start-up funding with an estimated launch of March 2017....
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Kai Does A Hilarious Instax Camera Challenge

Former DigitalRev TV host, Kaiman Wong, is back with another fun photography video. This time Kai and his friend, Rita, take to the streets of Hong Kong for an impromptu photo challenge. Being in the holiday spirit, they each gifted each other cameras. Kai gifted Rita a Lomo Instax Wide Camera and Rita gifted Kai a Hello Kitty version of the Instax Mini camera. Hitting the pavement, the two take their new cameras out for some street shooting; hilarity quickly ensues....
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Time Takes a Look at the Life of Enrique Metinides, Mexico’s Premiere Crime Photographer

Time takes a look at the work of Mexican photographer, Enrique Metinides, who has recently been featured in an upcoming documentary that goes in-depth into both his life as well as the iconic work he’s created as a crime photographer covering the crime beat in Mexico. Produced by 212 Berlin, the film, The Man Who Saw Too Much, allows Metinides to express himself verbally in regards to his work, adding a narrative and insight to images that are often violent and tragic yet awe-inspiring. Influenced by cinema, namely film noir, Metinides has dedicated his career to trying to convey tragedy in a single frame. Check out the trailer from the film....
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Tips on Making Models Comfortable and Breaking the Ice

UK based Imogen, of the popular Youtube Channel, WeeklyImogen, discusses tips and techniques to help you make models more comfortable during your shoots. Using her many years of experience as a model and lessons learned from working alongside photographer Mark Wilkinson, Imogen covers everything from shoot planning, first impressions, judging the model’s natural comfort level, and more. Particularly of note, she discusses building a rapport by simply chatting and getting to know the person you’re working with. Check out the video....
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Jeff Rojas Shows You How to Light a Couple’s Shoot Using Window Light

New York based portrait photographer, Jeff Rojas, has teamed up with Rogue Photographic Design to demonstrate how he uses window light to effectively capture intimate couple’s portraits. With only a floor-to-ceiling window providing most of the scene’s illumination, Rojas also incorporates a collapsible reflector to add fill in order to avoid any overly deep shadows. He goes through a few variations with a Super Soft Silver reflector, demonstrating the effect the silver side produces, as well as the reflector’s white, softer side. The video is a short watch, but cuts right to the point to effectively showcase Rojas’ approach and philosophy behind it....
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Tim Hunkin Shows His Process for Making Large “Polaroid Style” Images Using Cibachrome

Artist and engineer, Tim Hunkin, details working with Cibachrome to produce exceptionally large Polaroid style, instant prints. Hunkin’s choice to work with the format came from his desire to have both large prints and have them immediately. As he puts it, his process of using Cibachrome is like a “slow motion polaroid”. Hunkin shot Cibachrome images for years before tiring of them. Eventually he decided to get back into it. However, frustration ensued shortly after when he learned that Ilford, the only company still producing the film, stopped making it. The following video shows his process in achieving a Cibachrome print despite not having the ideal resources at his disposal....
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Street Photographer Richard Bram Discusses His Career and Approach to Photography

New York based photographer, Richard Bram, discussed his work and new book “New York” in a recent interview. In a career spanning over three decades, Bram details how his career has changed over time. He started as a commercial photographer in addition to taking the odd job here and there to make ends meet. Eventually he wound up falling in love with street photography and the ability to capture the unposed, natural elements of everyday life. His journey ultimately led him to create his new book, New York, which is a product of two years of hard work of both shooting and decisive editing. ...
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Mitakon Set to Start Shipping Its Gigantic 135mm f/1.4 Lens

PhotoRumors is reporting Mikaton is ready to begin shipping it’s Speedmaster 135mm f/1.4 Lens. Announced back in October 2015 as PhotoPlus, the lens caused quite a stir with its fast f/1.4 max aperture and gargantuan size. Compatible with full-frame cameras from Canon, Nikon, and Sony, the lens is manual focus only and will be sold initially in limited quantities....
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Learn How To Keep Your Camera Stable and Avoid Camera Shake with David Bergman

Professional photographer, David Bergman, has linked up again with AdoramaTV for his popular Two Minute Tips series. This time, Bergman discusses several easy to implement methods for keeping your camera stable and reducing camera shake. For those photographers working in less than ideal lighting conditions or forced to shoot with lower shutter speeds due to circumstances, the following tips should prove invaluable and hopefully help you get shake free shots....
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The Force is Strong with Felix Hernandez and this Awesome Star Wars Inspired Series

Mexico based photographer, Felix Hernandez, has created an amazing series paying tribute to his love for Star Wars. For the series, Hernandez photographed toys of Storm Troppers in studio and on location. With a keen eye for detail and meticulous approach, Hernadez’s final images look as if they were ripped straight from the films. And it’s just in time for Rogue One which releases this weekend. Check out the entire series as well as a behind-the-scenes video showcasing the process behind this inspired body of work....
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An In-Depth Look at The Work of Photographer Gregory Crewdson

Portrait photographer Gregory Crewdson, known for his elaborate and though-provoking photographs, has recently been featured by Reserve Channel. The half-hour video goes in-depth about Crewdson’s process as well as the motivation behind his work. The elaborateness of his setups are often reminscent of setups on a film shoot versus still photography, giving Crewdson his own unique approach and look to his photographs. Check out the video to get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into creating his iconic images....
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The Hitch Hiker Claims to be a Gravity-Defying, Balanced-Motion Tripod Head

Father and son team, Charles and Jake Riddel, have developed a unique new tripod head. The Hitch Hiker is a “balanced-motion” tripod head designed to provide smooth two-axis panning, precise control, and accurate photo composition. Coupled with their background in engineering, the idea came from their experience with astronomy where precision movement is key for viewing and research. With a scheduled released of March 2017, the duo is currently seeking to raise money for production and have launched a Kickstarter campaign to support their project....
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Nat Geo Photographer Robert Holmes Discusses Lighting and Technique with Advancing Your Photography

Advancing Your Photography, the Youtube channel providing tips and tricks from professional photographers, has released an informative video featuring veteran National Geographic photographer, Robert Holmes. In this video, Holmes goes into his philosophy and technique for lighting as well as breaking down different lighting scenarios he’s particularly fond of. He also briefly touches on equipment considerations and how he prefers not to rely so much on equipment and instead use his intricate knowledge of lighting to capture compelling portraits during his travels....
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Zeiss Updates ExoLens PRO lineup to Support iPhone 7

Today Zeiss announced an iPhone 7 update for its three smartphone accessory lenses, which now have the moniker, ExoLens PRO with Optics by Zeiss. A new “Edge” bracket with six inlays specifically for both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 7 family of phones will be available January 2017. The standard bracket for iPhone 7 is available at camera stores nationwide now in addition to Zeiss’ newly release wide-angle accessory lens....
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Photographer Gavin Hoey Shows You How to Make a Breeze In the Studio

In collaboration with AdoramaTV, photographer Gavin Hoey, has released a video providing photographers with tips on how to create wind effects in the studio. Working with four different type of wind-making tools, Hoey gives a detailed breakdown on each devices uses and trouble areas. Additionally, he covers safety considerations and small details photographers should look out for to get the most from the selected tool....
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Manfrotto Introduces Four New Colors in Its Befree Tripod Line

Manfrotto, makers of premium photo and video support products, announced the release of four all-new colors in it’s Befree tripod line. Titled Befree Colors, the new aluminum tripods are now available in Blue, Green, Grey, and Red. According to Manfrotto, the tripods have been given unique graphics and colors to match the users individual style while being a lightweight support for their camera of choice. ...
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LuMee Releases the LuMee Duo, an iPhone Case with Double-Sided Lighting

Smartphone case maker, LuMee has released an all-new case for Apple’s iPhone. The latest addition to LuMee’s unique illuminated case product line, the LuMee Duo is a smartphone case with integrated front and back LEDs. The placement of the LEDs provides quality lighting for photos and videos taken on an iPhone, minimizing the need of flash or external sources. Launching tomorrow and available exclusively at Apple.com the LuMee Duo will be available for iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, and iPhone 6s Plus....
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Sigma Announces the SD Quattro H

According to Photo Rumors, Sigma is set to launch the APS-H version of its sd Quattro camera on December 20th. Announced in February of this year, the sd Quattro H is a 45 Megapixel mirrorless camera sporting an APS-H Foveon X3 Quattro CMOS sensor. Like the “regular” sd Quattro it also features the latest in Sigma’s Dual TRUE III image processor and takes full advantage of Sigma’s lens lineup including the Art, Contemporary, and Sport global vision lenses made for high megapixel cameras. ...
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Macphun’s Luminar Photo-Editing Software Adds Support for Macbook Pro Touchbar

Macphun, developers of imaging software for Mac users, has released an update to its new Luminar app adding support for the 2016 Macbook Pro’s Touch Bar. Apple rolled out the laptop in November and developers have quickly been adding features to their software to take advantage of the unique touch bar. Luminar follows suit and offers easy to access features such as adding photo filters, quickly comparing photos, copying and pasting effects to a group of images, adjusting the size of the editing brush and more. ...
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Photographer Joel Crane Wants to Create a Multi-Format Tintype Camera

Australia based photographer and woodsmaker, Joel Crane, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for his unique custom-built multi-format tintype camera. A fan of many different photography mediums including 35mm, medium and large format, Crane is using his passion for older methods of photography to create a modern version of the classic tintype camera. Unique to crane’s model is a multi-format design with swappable backs allowing different size images to be created from 5 x 7 and up. ...
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New Book Wants to Document the History of Skateboarding through Portraits

Bay Area photographer, Matt Kurtin, has launched a Kickstarter campaign for his upcoming book documenting the history of skateboarding. Working with one type of film, one lens, and one camera for the entire project, Kurtin seeks to showcase the skateboarding world in a more compassionate light than previously done before. After breaking his own ankle while skateboarding, Kurtin picked up a camera and photography quickly became an obsession. His current project will combine his two passions into a four part photo book....
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Meyer-Optik Gorlitz Launches New 50mm f0.95 Nocturnus II for Sony E Mount

Meyer-Optik Gorlitz has announced the upcoming release of its all-new Nocturnus II 50mm f/0.95 Lens for Sony E-Mount. With scheduled shipping for January 2017, the lens is currently available for pre-order at camera stores worldwide. Made in Germany, Meyer Gorlitz lenses are made with high quality components and fine-tuned by undergoing a rigorous test procedure with tight tolerances. The 50mm f/0.95 Nocturnus II will follow in this manufacturing tradition and is a lens Meyer Gorlitz hopes will appeal to photographers looking for a low-light capable lens that delivers the image quality they expect....
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Out of the Phone Turns Your iPhone Photos Into a Fine Art Book

The brainchild of publisher Pierre Le Govic, Out of the Phone aims to be the world’s first print-on-demand book platform for mobile photographers. Le Govic takes his years of experience in publishing and encourages mobile photographers to print their work and not allow it to simply rest on their phones or end up lost before the images are backed up. Currently, Le Govic has launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funding to build a web application for Out of the Phone so photographers can design their own custom books online. ...
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Hive Lighting Unveils New 100-Watt LED Light, the WASP 100-C

Academy Award nominated, Hive Lighting, has announced a Kickstarter campaign for an upcoming addition to its continuous lighting family, the WASP 100-C. Designed with photography, cinematography, events, and other special use applications in mind, Hive Lighting aims to bring high quality lighting and control to everyone. Some of the features of the unit include an all-metal construction, tunable color temperature, and broad compatibility with a wide-range of light modifiers from various manufacturers. ...
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Later’s Instagram Planner and Autoscheduler Will Make Your Life a Whole Lot Easier

Content marketing solutions provider, Later, has introduced a new way to manage and schedule your Instagram Posts. Visual Planner and AutoSchedule for Instagram are Later’s newest software solutions for those looking to organize their Instagram feeds as well as improve their workflow. Visual Planner allows users to plan out their perfect Instagram feed. By dragging and dropping photos onto Later’s visual planner, users can re-arrange them to preview how they’ll look on their feed giving them control of the visual layout of their profile. Autoschedule for Instagram will allow users to automate posting to their feed and give users the option of posting at the most ideal times. Similar to Visual Planner, it works via drag and drop and multiple Instagram posts can be scheduled at once....
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Chase Jarvis on Getting Work with No Experience

Check out this informative video from photographer Chase Jarvis giving advice on how to get work with no experience. Jarvis opens by suggesting being around the kind of work you want do. For example, assisting on photo shoots, sweeping floors, going to meet ups, or whatever you have to do in order to be around the community that creates the type of work you want to pursue. Additionally he stresses how important investing your own time and money into your work is in order to create “proof points” (evidence and examples that support a claim you make about your product and/or service)....
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The GODOX TT350s Mini Flash Does TTL With Sony Mirrorless Cameras

Godox has unveiled a new addition to their TTL flash lineup. The Godox Mini Flash TT350s has been designed specifically for Sony mirrorless cameras. Key features include its compact, 2 1/4” design, 2.4G wireless transmission and full compatibility with other units in the Godox 2.4G Wireless X System. ...
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FujiFilm’s GFX 50s To Be Priced At $8000?

According to Fuji Rumors, Fujilfilm’s new GFX 50s Medium Format camera will be priced around $8000. The information was attributed to a new source to Fuji Rumors who informed them that the price not only includes the body but a lens offering as well. Fuji is currently mum on pricing for the new camera as well as any lens included in the initial release of the unit. Prices being discussed as of this writing are all speculative and subject to change as more details are released....
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Seagate Launches World’s Highest Capacity 5TB Portable Hard Drive

This week Seagate unveiled a new member of its Backup Plus Portable Hard Drive Family in an all-new 5TB capacity. According to Seagate, it’s currently the world’s largest capacity mobile drive. Aimed at consumers creating large volumes of content as well as content in higher-resolutio (think 4K video) the Backup Plus Portable 5TB drive aims to give users plenty of space and reliable performance. ...
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Google Introduces PhotoScan, an App for Digitizing Your Old Photos

This week Google announced the release of its all-new PhotoScan app, a mobile app aimed at helping users digitize and archive their old photos. Available on both iOS and Android devices, Google touts the apps ease-of-use and scan quality as key features of the software. Users with old printed photos may find the app useful for creating digital copies to have as backups. And those fond of shooting Polaroids, may now have an easy way of getting their prints on their phone while retaining a high level of quality. ...
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Infographic: 10 Most Popular Hashtags on Instagram

Alamy, home to the world’s largest stock photo collection, has just released an infographic highlighting the most popular hashtags on Instagram. Photographers looking to keep their photography on trend on the popular social media app may find some of the hashtags useful and wish to integrate them into their current marketing. Alamy’s infographic is also unique in that it looks at the most popular hashtags in Instagram’s history and picks out 10 of the most popular ones of all time. Their goal is to help photographers stay in the know and keep track of the most common mobile photography trends. ...
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Adobe’s Sky Replace Replaces Skies In Your Photos With A Few Clicks

At their annual Adobe MAX, the Adobe team showed off its latest innovations. From vocal recording to VR editing software, the event featured a lot of promising technology on the horizon. Perhaps one of the coolest tools shown at the event is a new photography technology currently dubbed Sky Replace. The software tool allows you to quickly swap out the sky in your digital photos in just a few simple clicks....
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Check Out This Natural Light and Posing for Boudoir Tutorial with Fashion Photographer Lindsay Adler

In collaboration with Rogue Photographic Design, fashion photographer Lindsay Adler, has released a short and sweet tutorial on Lighting and Posing for Boudoir. Adler instructs viewers on working with a simple window light setup that produces soft and flattering light often desired in a boudoir session. She also breaks down posing as well as why she likes certain poses versus others. Additionally she instructs viewers on using the proper camera settings for getting the most from the light while capturing accurate exposures. ...
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The New Nikon D5600 Won’t Be Available in the US (Yet)

Today Nikon announced the release of an all-new entry level DX-format DSLR, the D5600. Equipped with a range of features including a Vari-angle LCD, touch screen operation, time-lapse movie function and constant connection to the SnapBridge app for easy image transfer, Nikon hopes the camera will be popular amongst those who value easy sharing and social storytelling. ...
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Photographer Majd Khatib Shows You How to DIY a Theft Proof Camera Strap

Photographer and filmmaker, Majd Khatib, has released an easy-to-follow tutorial that shows you how to make your own DIY theft proof camera strap. After having his own camera stolen, Khatib knew he needed to come up with a solution to prevent theft in the future. Enter his DIY rig. Using a standard backpack, wire, straps, and hook to connect to the camera, Khatib walks you through his step-by-step process so you can theft-proof your own camera. Check out the video for the hilarious tutorial....
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Adobe Announces Updates for Lightroom for Android, Web, and Photoshop Express for iOS

Today Adobe announced the release of major updates to three of it’s software applications. Lightroom for Android, Lightroom on the Web, and Photoshop Express for iOS all received major updates introducing new features. Features range from RAW image import on Android devices, better sharing ability amongst applications, and automation options to improve workflow. ...
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The New Woodman Provides Leather Style and New Portability Option for Your GoPro Camera

Russian designer, Artem Emelyanov, has unveiled The New Woodman, a leather case for GoPro cameras. The case fits over the standard GoPro housing and comes with a leather strap which can be slung over the shoulder or neck. The case’s construction is completely hand-crafted and uses a variety of materials, including Güterman thread, which is known for its durability and longevity. Also included with the case is a circular lens that slips over the existing GoPro lens adding to the natural/vintage aesthetic of the case. Check out the video below along with product images to see it in action....
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‘Shoppable’ Photos Will Soon Make their Way to Instagram

Social Media Week reports that Instagram is currently experimenting with “shoppable photos” hoping to make a stronger push towards e-commerce for the app. Currently a limited number of iOS users are testing out the ability to tap on photos that provide info and links about the items pictured. Clicking the links will drive users to the product’s website where they can complete their purchase. ...
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Check Out Jason D. Page’s Creative “Light Man” Light Painting Tutorial

Photographer and founder of the Light Painting Brushes System, Jason D. Page, has created an in-depth tutorial showcasing his method of light painting to create a “Light Man”(or woman). Using tools from his unique lighting system, Page walks you through every step providing camera settings, ideal posing and environmental options, as well as potential trouble areas for those looking to duplicate the technique. The resulting image showcases an illuminated figure with a fiery glow or something akin to what you’d see in a sci-fi film. It’s a easy-to-follow tutorial and potentially useful technique for those looking to do something creative with light painting. ...
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Voltaic Systems Introduces New Solar Backpacks for DSLRs And Laptops

Voltaic, creators of the original solar backpack, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funding for their all-new Array and Offgrid Solar Backpacks. Each unit includes a high performance solar panel along with battery pack to store power until required. Users can recharge the the included battery from either solar power or a wall outlet with included charging cables. ...
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