While I haven’t had a chance to test one yet I found a review on the ProPhoto website of the Phase One P45 Achromatic+ back. While the review has some problems, it does cover the features of this back which might appeal to well healed mono and IR photographers.
As I look around the web I see so many photographers, including serious, well-respected professional photographers, getting all excited about photography with their iPhones. What’s going on? Well, in the spirit of scientific investigation I have downloaded a bunch of photography apps for my iPhone and will start shooting with them and see for myself. […]
My latest post on the HP Professional Photography blog (http://h30507.www3.hp.com/t5/Professional-Photography/It-Is-Time-for-a-Camera-with-Apps/ba-p/89041) discusses the potential benefits from camera manufacturers enabling the development of apps on their cameras using published APIs (application programming interface).
Call for Submissions Digital ImageMaker International is coming out as both a print magazine and as an app for iPad. DIMi looks at all areas of image making that involve some aspect of the digital. We are aiming to create ways for people to get recognition for their work, to help them get gallery shows […]
Canon has shown a 29.2 x 20.2mm size 13,280 x 9.184 pixel CMOS camera sensor. It can also do full HD video from any 1920 x 1080 pixel area of the sensor. Now the mind boggles at a 50D type camera with such a sensor. The real issue has to be the lens resolution, unless […]
My latest post on the HP professional photography blog is the start of a series of articles on photography basics. This one is on exposure approach and image sharpness.
For us creative types there is a real compulsion to create. Exercising our creativity is also a key to maintaining our balance and harmony.
Here is an assortment of landscape images I shot recently on my converted 350D.
In the area around Creswick in central Victoria there are the often large remains of tailings from the gold mines that dotted the area in the 19th Century. These are called Mullock Heaps and mainly consist of overlying rock and quartz. While to some these are a blot on the rural landscape, to a photographer […]
The Lensbaby Fisheye optic fits into the Composer and can be used with the Muse with an adapter. It is a 12mm focal length almost full circle fisheye (on a full frame camera body) with a 160 degree field of view.