Last year, we reviewed the SNAP! Pro iPhone camera case and really fell in love with its overall versatility. So when the company recently announced they’ve upgraded the case and the lenses, it got us very excited. According to the company, the new case is designed not only for the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, and iPhone 6s Plus, but the newer lenses were designed to be a pretty major improvement.
For every photographer that has ever been afraid of asking a complete stranger for a portrait, know that you’ll be in fantastic hands for our upcoming workshop on April 2nd in NYC. We’re teaming up again with Adorama to teach photographers how to approach complete strangers and ask them for a quick photo, direct them to get the best photo possible, and move on to keep doing it. It’s going to be a major confidence booster. More details are after the jump.
This weekend, I’ve sectioned out a major portion of my time to go through all the submissions for our Analog photo zine to be sent out later this year. I’m also still accepting submissions from photographers who shoot Kodak Tri-X and want to be featured next month in La Noir Image.
Want to submit? Here’s how.
One of the absolute best things that every Fujifilm X Pro 2 and Fujifilm X-T2 owner can say about their camera is that with every firmware update, it seems like Fujifilm is giving them something akin to a slightly upgraded and revamped camera body. This has been present in the thoughts of Fujifilm camera users for a while now; so with the news of new big firmware updates coming, it’s time to get excited again. The news, which broke via FujiRumors, is bound to have a lot of Fujifilm camera fans excited.
Next month, we’re featuring and doing premium posts all about Kodak Tri-X on La Noir Image–our premium black and white photography publication. So with that in mind, we’re also going to be doing free artist features. Want to submit? Follow the directions after the jump.
Since 2010, we’ve been curating a special of the single best budget lens offerings for all the camera manufacturers on the market. Today, we’ve updated that guide quite a bit to include a number of other lens offerings. You can check out the guide right here.
This list has been updated to include more options for DSLRs, Sony and Fujifilm amongst a number of other camera manufacturers. We hope you enjoy it!
Just a reminder folks: for the next three nights I’m teaching an online street photography workshop teaching folks all about the industry from an editor’s perspective. You get course packets, lifetime access to the workshop material, etc. That, and it’s only $97. There’s also our black and white street photography workshop that we’re teaching later next month, which you can sign up for.
More details are after the jump.
One of the biggest problems with prints from the Impossible Project has to do with how UV light degrades the images over time–but a new solution from Phrame.it is looking to counter that issue. The Kickstarter initiative is for the creation of picture frames with acrylic glass designed to protect your images from UV light while also giving the appearance that the image is floating in air. If you’re a person that shoots a whole load of Impossible Project film, then it makes a whole lot of sense for you to show off your snaps this way vs putting them in a box shielded from the light of day.