The name Hasselblad is synonymous with high quality medium format photography. Over the years hundreds and thousands of medium format 120 film Hasselblad cameras have been made and sold. They eventually became unsuitable for most commercial photography (except that Phase One have kept them alive for a while now) work with […]
onOne software, is offering their Perfect Effects 8 Premium software as a free, fully licensed download until May 12th. They’ll let you use it on two computers, either Mac, or PC.
Perfect Effects allows you to […]
Have you ever wondered about the history of photography? About how today’s dSLRs evolved out of their analogue counterparts? Take a look at this interactive history, and scroll though the years. This is a guest blog post by Parker Hansen.
Early days of Photography
Beginning around 500 BC, Chinese and Greek philosophers discovered and documented […]
Sony has just announced something that is probably revolutionary to the compact camera market, but when you think about it, seems like an obvious step in its evolution. It’s a stabilised zoom lens, that has a 20Mpx sensor, battery, flash card and wireless connectivity built into it. But it doesn’t have a screen. Instead, it […]
Everyone is talking about it … the imminent death of Google Reader on July 1st … and a ton of you are still using it. It’s time you did something about it, or you’ll lose all the RSS feeds you’ve ever collected! Not a happy thought! Here’s what you can do to stay connected to […]
It’s always nice to use equipment that you’ve not had access to before. You could ask a sympathetic (and well-off) friend to lend you his stuff, or you could rent a specific lens or camera that you’ve been meaning to try out. The down-side is that renting is still a little expensive.
However, consider this… […]
Who would ever have thought that we’d be able to see how light travels through our world? Yet here’s a video of a pulse of laser light travelling and dispersing through a bottle.
Ramesh Raskar from MIT’s media lab talks about how they capture the movement […]
A friend writes to me:
I’m no photographer, and therefore I’ve never understood what makes a photograph amazing? Nationalist sentiments aside, what’s in the photo – “Heroes of Iwo Jima” that makes it so awesome and memorable? Also, the National Geographic Magazine picture – “
Try it out beforehand with the particular computer and camera that you will be using. Hardware has a way of doing strange things when you least expect it. […]
Your camera has a light meter (aka Exposure meter) built into it. This meter measures the light coming Through The Lens (TTL) and helps the camera or you to adjust your shutter, aperture and ISO appropriately, so that you get a well exposed image.