Sigma shook things up this month by releasing the first zoom lens with a constant aperture of f/1.8. What’s more is that it’s been announced at only $799 releasing this July!
Similar lenses cost far more than this highly spec’d Sigma. Canon’s 16-35mm f/2.8 II lens retails at $1,499, it’s 17-55mm f/2.8 EF-S [...]
The folks at Magic Lantern have been able to produce some amazing features out of your plain old Canon DSLRs. Many features we wished we had like a built in intervalometer and bulb timers. For a full list of features follow this link > Features.
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Have you ever heard “Just stop it down 2 stops” and wondered what that means? How does it translate to the settings on your camera? What effect does it have on a photo?
Here’s a great article which explains (simply) what it all means:
Fireworks over the Sydney Harbour Bridge
Ever taken your camera to a golden opportunity like a fireworks display and been dissatisfied with the results? The worst thing with fireworks is that there is such a limited window of opportunity to get the shots you want.
The answer? Be prepared.
Here are some great [...]
‘No good travel photo album is complete without the token sunrise or sunset picture!’
Many travelers seem to live by this mantra – however most sunset and sunrise photographs that I see are quite disappointing.
They need not be – sunsets and sunrises are not that difficult to photograph!
Brazil is one of the most vibrant and visually stunning places in the world. Amazing sunsets, stunning beaches, robust cities. What better place to spend a day in?
We’ll at least now part of the travelling is done for you in this amazing time-lapse video by Ingo Hahne and Jarno Müller.
Nokia is reportedly developing two EOS phones. These smartphone/camera hybrids are being developed in quad-core and dual-core variants. As the name suggests, they will also carry EOS branding – far more emphasis on the camera aspect of the device much like the Samsung Galaxy Camera.
Here are some of [...]
Smartphone cameras have come a long way from those tiny VGA grainy images we were getting just a few years ago. With the right conditions, these tiny little cameras with their tiny little sensors are able to capture stunningly vivid and crisp images in a range of environments.
Who has the best view of our amazing planet? Definitely those guys on the International Space Station. NASA has released a video of some of the best satellite imagery of the last year. This video neatly compiles it in to an array of time lapses and true color photos.
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