Wedding party, that’s how we define our wedding celebration, and yet often having fun is left behind a curtain of worries, stress, responsibilities, preparation, concerns and on, and on and, on. The one thing we really need care about in weddingsRead More
Mirrorless cameras aren’t just for amateurs anymore. Here are 10 things you should know about the increasingly awesome mirrorless cameras. Mirrorless cameras have been increasing in popularity over the last few years and for good reason. They offer many benefits over traditional DSLRs…Read More
the French software company known for photo software and gear tests, made a huge announcement today by unveiling a camera of its own. Called the DxO ONE, it’s a pocket-sized 20.2 megapixel camera that aims to combine DSLR-quality with the convenience of smartphone photography.
Sony has just unleashed its new Sony a7R II mirrorless camera, a followup to the highly-regarded a7R. The new camera features the world’s first back-illuminated full frame CMOS sensor, which shoots 42.4 megapixel photos at up to ISO 102400.
THE INFLUENCE OF Sony’s imaging sensors extends far beyond its camera lineup. Some of the biggest names in tech use Sony sensors: The iPhone 6 camera has a Sony sensor, as does the Samsung Galaxy S6, Nikon DSLRs, and Olympus mirrorless cameras. All told, nearly half of the image-sensor market is dominated by Sony. The company’s three newest cameras are intriguing in their own right, but it’s their brand-new sensors that will likely have a real impact on the entire photography industry.
Adobe has released Photoshop Lightroom 5, the latest version of its workflow and image editing software. The shipping version of Lightroom 5 arrives eight weeks after its public beta was released and aside from a publish-to-Behance plugin, contains no additional enhancements beyond bug fixes. We are currently testing the new versionRead More