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Zacuto Releases Three New iPhone 4S Stabilization Systems

November 30, 2011 | 0 Comments
Zacuto Releases Three New iPhone 4S Stabilization Systems

With every new iPhone comes a wide range of products built to suit it, from cases and protective films to stands and speaker docks.  Zacuto has a new line out too, all created to make the iPhone 4S a bit more wieldy as a video camera. The Zgrip iPhone Jr. is the most basic model.  […]

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Tamron Announces Free Seminars for New DSLR Buyers

November 30, 2011 | 0 Comments
Tamron Announces Free Seminars for New DSLR Buyers

If you’re new to DSLRs or you know someone who will be come December 25th, you’ll want all the education you can get.  Leaping from point-and-shoot or cell phone cameras to something a bit more professional can be a scary endeavor. Tamron is offering a free seminar to anyone who buys a new camera from […]

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Limited Edition Pentax K-r Colors are Coming to Walmart.com

November 30, 2011 | 0 Comments
Limited Edition Pentax K-r Colors are Coming to Walmart.com

Photographers have a seemingly endless supply of hardware and software options that make their photos look exactly how they want to, but our cameras tend to stay the same color. It’s rare, especially in a DSLR, to see any variation from the standard black. Pentax is turning that all on its head when it releases […]

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Nik Cuts Viveza 2 Price in Half

November 29, 2011 | 0 Comments
Nik Cuts Viveza 2 Price in Half

There’s a bit of photography advice that seems to be standard no matter who you talk to. The most important part of taking a great picture isn’t your camera or getting the perfect composition or having the best models – it’s having the right light. Of course, you won’t always be able to get the […]

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GLMPS Records Video of the Seconds Before an iPhone Photo

November 29, 2011 | 0 Comments
GLMPS Records Video of the Seconds Before an iPhone Photo

When it comes to iPhone apps, it’s rare to find something that’s unique and potentially revolutionary, but GLMPS is both. If you’ve ever snapped a picture and been disappointed that you missed the action or taken a photograph of something that could be better expressed in video, you’ll love GLMPS. Using this app, every time […]

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PDN PhotoPlus Conference Registration Now Open

November 29, 2011 | 0 Comments
PDN PhotoPlus Conference Registration Now Open

The PhotoPlus conference and expo will be opening its doors at Javits Convention Center in New York City on October 27th and registration is open as of today. For the first time ever, the Wedding and Portrait Photographers International will be held in the same location, giving attendees the ability to go from expo to […]

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Adobe Changes Upgrade Policy – Only CS5 Owners Get CS6 For Less

November 28, 2011 | 0 Comments
Adobe Changes Upgrade Policy – Only CS5 Owners Get CS6 For Less

Software, especially software from Adobe, is expensive. Just Photoshop is $199 and even the cheapest edition of the Creative Suite is over a grand. It’s a lot to shell out for a pro and a cost that’s hard to justify for a hobbyist. Adobe has a history of treating their return customers nicely though. If […]

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Xerox is Creating an Algorithm to Find Quality in Photos

November 28, 2011 | 0 Comments
Xerox is Creating an Algorithm to Find Quality in Photos

Computers are capable of a lot of things but without having emotions and the same kind of thinking process that humans have, they can’t exactly process art. What they can do, according to a new project undertaken by Xerox, is understand aesthetics. Some of the things that make photos good are based on things that […]

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DxO Optics Pro 7 Available December 30th

November 28, 2011 | 0 Comments
DxO Optics Pro 7 Available December 30th

The latest installment of DxO Optics Pro will be available next week and it brings plenty to the table for those interesting in correcting for optical defects in their cameras and lenses. DxO’s new Lens Softness Tool is designed to correct for the issue of a picture getting softer as it moves away from the […]

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DxO Optics Pro 7 Available December 30th

November 26, 2011 | 0 Comments
DxO Optics Pro 7 Available December 30th

The latest installment of DxO Optics Pro will be available next week and it brings plenty to the table for those interesting in correcting for optical defects in their cameras and lenses. DxO’s new Lens Softness Tool is designed to correct for the issue of a picture getting softer as it moves away from the […]

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