False Color Infrared Images with the XDP Filter

MaxMax.com, the people who converted my 350D and will do my next camera, also sell filters. I’ve been testing a number of their infrared filters …

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Analyses of Olympus E-30 and Pentax K-m Now Available on dxomark.com

DxO Labs announces today the publication of detailed RAW-based image quality data and DxOMark Sensor rankings on its popular www.dxomark.com website for two new D-SLR …

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Infrared on the Land, IR Photography of the Rural Landscape

Over the last month I’ve been doing a lot of photography out in the country. Some of this has been of wild areas but much …

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Photographing Kangaroos in Infrared

Yesterday I needed to get out for some emotional recovery time doing photography. So I spent the day till the weather closed in too much …

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Air photography and art competition winner and finalists

Thinktank Photo March Photography Competition Finalists and Winner – Air We are pleased to announce the winner and show all the finalists in the March …

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Still life photography and art competition winner and finalists

Thinktank Photo February Photography Competition Finalists and Winner – Still Life We are pleased to announce the winner and show all the finalists in the …

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Earth photography and art competition winner and finalists

Thinktank Photo January Photography Competition Finalists and Winner – Earth We are pleased to announce the winner and show all the finalists in the January …

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dxomark.com publishes RAW sensor performance data on a set of high-end bridge cameras

DxO Labs adds detailed measurements for the Fujifilm FinePix S100fs, the Olympus SP-565 UZ and the Panasonic Lumix DMC FX150 to its RAW-based Image Quality …

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PacPrint 09 Trade Show: Epson. The name behind print.

Epson is showcasing the commercial strengths of its Micro Piezo print head technology and the outstanding qualities of its inks through a range of new …

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Infrared shot of Melbourne from the You Yangs

Late March, as part of my healing through photography process, I was up the You Yangs, a granite outcropping outside of Melbourne. From there I …

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After the Fires, an Infrared Photography Series Dedicated to Resilience and Recovery, Part 1

The Black Saturday bushfires in central Victoria occurred on the 7th of February, 2009. The day had temperatures that peaked at 46.4 degrees Celsius (115.5 …

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Adobe Creative Suite 4 ROI Study Shows Productivity as New “Killer Feature”

Tests Confirm CS4 Users Can Save Thousands of Dollars Through Productivity Gains in Everyday Tasks Adobe today announced benchmarking results from an independent research study …

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Annie Leibovitz Teams Up with Orchard Represents by Getty Images

Orchard Represents by Getty Images announced today a special multi-assignment collaboration with the internationally renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz.  Leibovitz’s distinctive approach and signature style has …

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Web Strategy 101 for Creatives (Part 4) – Website Security

DIMi recently was hacked. It was an interesting experience, and, as always, we learned a lot from the experience. Hacking of sites is on the …

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Photobucket Introduces Instant Photo Uploader for T-Mobile Phones

T-Mobile Customers Can Now Send Mobile Photos to Multiple Destinations Including Photobucket, Home PC and Email Photobucket (http://photobucket.com), the Web’s premier standalone photo and video-sharing …

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Creativity is a Double-Edged Sword

As photographers, we are creative people, though how fully in touch with it we are can vary greatly. For many it defines us, but it …

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Personal Trials and Tribulations

2009 has started out as a tough year for me personally, as well as a tough one for the world’s economies.

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Creative Business Development Series: Start Local, Grow Global, or How to Grow Your Imaging Business

With the Internet already a core part of your business life as an image maker, why not treat the whole world as your local market …

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A Photo Escape

Mid February I managed to escape for a day from the hassles I was having with websites (DIMi had been hacked somehow and I was …

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HP Artist System developments

The HP Artist system gets a big boost at PMA next week. Featured in HP booth #F150: HP and Nikon — capture-to-print fine art reproduction …

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