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The Week In Photography 27th January 2012

Here’s what caught my attention on the Internet in the past week about photography: Turn Your iPad Into a Second Monitor for Free Here’s what your iPhone needs – a viewfinder 3rd Person View lets you star in your own action videos iPhone Shutter Remote Wirelessly Takes Photos Up To 30 Feet […]

Manfrotto School of Xcellence to Host Free Webinar Featuring Adventurous Photographer, Mark Jansen

UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., Jan. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Manfrotto School of Xcellence, the educational platform by the world leader in the equipment and accessories industry for photography and imaging, is set to host photographer Mark Jansenfor a free one-hour webinar entitled, “Mark Jansen: iPhoneography – Getting the Shot Using Your iPhone.” During this webinar, Jansen and his […]

Emerging Artists Support Fellow Artists Affected By Hurricane Sandy Through New Photography Website

NEW YORK, Jan. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — V&M (Vintage and Modern –, the leading online curated marketplace for unique design goods, announces the launch of a new sister site, V&M Photography (, and its Emerging Artist series. PremieringJanuary 25, 2013, the Emerging Artist series features up-and-coming photographers from around the world that V&M’s fine art experts have […]

World Renowned Nautical Photographer, Onne van der Wal Announces his 2013 Photography “Workshops on the Water”

Canon “Explorer of Light” Photographer will demonstrate his skills teaching and capturing the action of nautical photography for both amateur and professional photographers. Newport, RI (PRWEB) January 23, 2013 Onne van der Wal has been photographing boats and the nautical world for over 25 Years and is famous for having mastered the art of this difficult […]

PhoozL Announces the 2012 PhoozL Awards

Photography education and entertainment site PhoozL announces the inaugural 2012 PhoozL Awards after eight months of photo competition. The PhoozL Awards are based on a point system by which PhoozL Points were awarded to photographers who were chosen as Winners or Honorable Mentions by 26 different contest judges in 44 different contests and challenges after […]

The Week In Photography 20th January 2013

Here’s what caught my attention about photography, video and art in the past week: 10 Zero Budget Filmmaking Tips Your Basic Filmmaking Kit & Crew: A 3-Level Guide Video Codecs: What to know – Filmmaking Tutorial 8 Honest Behind-The-Scenes Movie Making Documentaries Alt Script: Four Ways to Control Your Script’s Budget […]

Promote Your Photography And Video Work With Video On A Card

Printings In Motion is the force behind Spreengs, greeting cards with a built-in screen that you can download a video to by using USB from any computer. While Spreengs is their retail operation, Printings In Motion have their own website and deal with companies to produce customised products, such as interactive brochures and more.   I […]

Over 800,000 World Class Stock Footage Clips from Stock Image Leader Shutterstock Now Accessible for Screening on

Shutterstock Adds Footage Clips to, the stock, archival and news footage search engine announced today that over 800,000 preview clips from Shutterstock, a leading global marketplace for digital imagery, are now available for viewing through’s stock footage search and screening platform. Through this alliance, users will be able to screen preview clips […]

The Week In Photography 14th January 2013

Here’s what caught my attention on the Internet in the past week about photography: The Best of 2012 on iPh0! | iPhoneogenic: iPhoneography | Mobile Photography How To Prep For Sundance And Become An Indie Sensation | Co.Create: Creativity \ Culture \ Commerce Panasonic unveils HX-A100 Wearable Camcorder Ricoh’s 360-degree, one shot […]

The Week in Photography 6th January 2013

Here’s what caught my attention on photography out on the Internet in the past week: How To Create a Motion Blur Effect in Photoshop An Introduction To Canon’s Wireless Flash System Project: Creating a multispectral camera Memoto Photographs Your Entire Life, Then Sorts It Too | Co.Design: business + innovation + design […]

Find Your Stolen Images On The Web

All photographers, artists, designers and other creatives have the concern that images that they post on the web, and particularly on social media sites, will be stolen and re-used by other people. You can watermark your images, embed tracking information in them but there is another alternative – reverse image search. Reverse image search allows […]

The Week in Photography 31st December 2012

Here’s what caught my attention about photography on the Internet in the past week: 6 Filmmaking Tips From Quentin Tarantino How To Make A True Independent Film: One Artist, One Vision Headless Portraits From the 19th Century The out-of-this-world pictures of terrifying storms captured by a daredevil photographer who ran toward dangerous […]

What Photographers Really Need For Christmas

Christmas is just around the corner now that we have survived the apocalypse. Photographers everywhere will get all sorts of goodies on Christmas morning, or Christmas Eve, depending on the traditions in play. But most will not get what they really need for Christmas.   What photographers really need for Christmas is time. Yes, time. Not […]

The Week In Photography 23rd December 2012

Here’s what caught my attention on the Internet in the past week about photography: A Study of Light, Shadows, and Framing: Street Photos by Ray Metzker The Ethics of Photographing Random Strangers on the Street Remarkable Photos Show Picasso “Painting” With Light | Co.Design: business + innovation + design SLR Lounge Interviews […]

DxOMark introduces the Perceptual Megapixel as a new unit for measuring the perceived sharpness of lenses

A simple way to quantify the impact of lens sharpness on camera resolution December 17, 2012 – DxOMark, the website of reference for measuring the image quality of digital cameras and lenses, announces the launch of the Perceptual Megapixel, its new measure of lens sharpness. Expressed in units already well-known to the general public, the […]

The Week in Photography 16th December 2012

Here’s what caught my attention on the Internet in the past week about photography: Underwater Photography Books Look Lock is an Inspector Gadget-Style Smartphone Holder for Child Photos Why The Canon 6D Is A Groundbreaking New Camera For Beginners – Learning to See 12 Myths About Photography And Photographers Originality […]

DxO ViewPoint v1.1 – Restoring the natural proportions and perspectives of your photos has gotten even easier

Special 35% discount through December 25, 2012 December 11, 2012 – DxO Labs announces the immediate availability of DxO ViewPoint v1.1, the new version of its software solution for Windows and Mac, entirely dedicated to correcting keystoning, as well as shape deformations caused by the use of wide-angle lenses. DxO ViewPoint v1.1 improves the accuracy […]

The Week In Photography 9th December 2012

Here’s what caught my attention on the Internet in the past week about photography: Reuters Announces Its List of Best Photos for 2012; Redditor Breaks Down All the Gear Used 11 Portraits Of Life As A Post-Playboy Bunny Ethereal Macro Photos of Snowflakes in the Moments Before They Disappear How Recording One […]

360 Photographer Markus Jalmerot Approved as Google Trusted Photographer

Example of Virtual Tour Markus Jalmerot, a London based photographer and search marketing specialist, has been approved as one of the first Google trusted photographers based in north London. 360 Photographer shoots virtual tours of London based businesses and uploads the photos to enhance viability in local search results. Google business photography is the latest […]

The Week in Photography 2nd December 2012

Here’s what caught my attention about photography on the Internet in the past week: Bokeh Photography by Joni Niemelä Final Cut Pro X and Your Existing Mac Pro Computer | CDTobie’s Photo Blog See Some of 2012′s Most Jaw-Dropping Images In AFP’s “Photos of the Year” | Co.Create: Creativity \ Culture \ Commerce […]

The Week in Photography 25th November 2012

Here’s what caught my attention on the Internet in the past week about Photography: Musician launching a 14-megapixel iPhone camera attachment next week “We May Be Seeing the Beginning of the Collapse of the Compact Camera Market” 10 Great Media Players to Add Video to Your WordPress Site Effectively How to […]

When Photography Crosses Into Art

Photography is sometimes art and art sometimes uses photography. But what is the determining factor? The answer is that photography is art when it mirrors contemporary art concerns. So just what do I mean by that? Well tough as it might sound, contemporary art moved beyond just being beautiful or representational back with surrealism, futurism, […]

DSLR gear and no idea? Sony study reveals two-thirds of DSLR camera owners stick to auto-mode

And just much of this is to be blamed on the marketing of camera companies? Sydney, 19 November, 2012 – Australia boasts strong ownership of DSLR cameras with 30% of Australians having purchased one of these professional cameras. However according to a Sony study*, this ownership has not translated into an upgrade of skills with […]

The Week in Photography 18th November 2012

Here’s what caught my attention on the Internet in the past week about photography: Get Closer – The Morning News Shooting The Flood: Behind The MTA’s Photos Of A Sandy-Ravaged Subway | Co.Create: Creativity \ Culture \ Commerce Drift Innovation releases the souped-up Drift HD Ghost actioncam FocusMaker brings follow focus to […]

The Week In Photography 4th November 2012

Here’s what has caught my eye on the Internet about photography over the last two weeks (distractions stopped me doing this last week): The Year’s 20 Best Microscopic Photographs | Co.Design: business + innovation + design How to Set Up Your LinkedIn Profile: A Freelancer’s Guide Liquid Art High Speed Macro Photography […]

Moleskine Photo Books

Just announced are these gorgeous new print on demand Moleskine Photo Books now available through a collaboration between Moleskine and award-winning international photography book publishers PQ Blackwell (creators of MILK Photo Books). They include the signature Moleskine look and feel including the Moleskine cover, rounded corners, elastic closure and expandable pocket. Moleskine + MILK introduces a […]