This Week in Photography 29th April 2012

Here’s what caught my attention on photography on the Internet this week: A Broken Polaroid Camera Spits Out Amazing Abstract Art | Co.Design: business + innovation + design http://www.fastcodesign.com/1669619/a-broken-polaroid-camera-spits-out-amazing-abstract-art 10 Unmissable Apps for Ipad and Iphone Photographers http://www.lightstalking.com/10-unmissable-apps-for-ipad-and-iphone-photographers Acorn, a great Mac image editor, built for humans. http://www.flyingmeat.com/acorn/ Exposure is a VERY Personal Thing! | […]

New Think Tank Photo Bags

Our friends at Think Tank Photo just announced new additions to its best-selling Retrospective shoulder bag line. The Retrospective® 7, scheduled for release in May, is designed for standard DSLR systems.  Its classic design along with modern improvements create the perfect shooter’s bag.  This lightweight shoulder bag comes in fabrics that offer a sense of […]

Sony Photography Event This Saturday in Melbourne – Exhibition and Get To Shoot With The Latest Sony Cameras

SONY GETS ON BOARD WITH PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITION ON SKATEBOARD DECKS Photography exhibition housed on skateboard decks featuring some of Melbourne’s top urban photographers Create your own skateboard deck at the Billabong ‘City Squared’ skateboard invitational at Queensbridge Square, Southbank – Saturday 14th April   Tuesday, 10 April 2012 – Sony Australia is giving fans at […]

Canon’s new EOS 60Da delivers top-class image quality and precision shooting to astrophotography enthusiasts

Editor’s comment – Sadly Canon has screwed this camera for infrared photographers by still including an IR blocking filter but just changing its characteristics so that the H-alpha band used by astrophotographers is not attenuated. That is a major shame as it would have been a great opportunity for Canon to properly support us infrared […]

This Week in Photography 4th March 2012 and reflections on the 5D Mark III

A roundup of some of the things about photography on the Internet that I found interesting this week. I guess the most interesting thing to occur this week was the announcement of the new Canon 5D Mark III with only a minor change in resolution compared to the previously announced Nikon D800’s massive jump in […]

The Week in Photography 27 February 2012

Our new weekly roundup of interesting material from the web over the previous week to do with photography. In this series I’ll point you at the content on the web that has caught my eye that is relevant to photography in some way: Like a Kickstarter for photojournalism, Emphas.is helps finance visual storytelling http://thenextweb.com/media/2012/02/26/like-a-kickstarter-for-photojournalism-emphas-is-helps-finance-visual-storytelling/?awesm=tnw.to_1DSlx A […]

ioShutter Lets You Trigger a Camera From your iPhone

ioShutter, made by Enlight Photo, is a combination free App for iPhone and a special cable that connects the iPhone to the shutter control port on a camera. The free app gives you the following features: 20 and 60 second timers Bulb offers 60, 90 and 120 second exposures Timelapse offers three options for timelapse […]

iPhoneography and MagCloud For Photographers

As you might know, I blog for HP on their Professional Photography blog. My two recent posts have been: MagCloud and Publishing for Photographers covering my experience using MagCloud to produce the DIMi print edition and Why Apple’s iPhone Can Be a Fun, Useful Camera for Photography Pros covering my ideas on why we should […]