It’s been an update we’ve been working on for awhile and was pushed to one side while we dove into some more complicated cool stuff that unfortunately is taking longer than normal to finish. So earlier this week I decided to dive into the stats and get it running.
The talk of the weekend was the newly announced Full Frame 12mp Sony a7s. Sony has moved away from the megapixel race with this one and instead focused on sensitivity hence the ‘S’ in the name.
Everyone knows that Fuji jpegs are amazing and there is no real reason to shoot in RAW, however some of us just can’t kick the habit. For those of you who are shooting the X-T1 and longing for RAW file support in software it looks like Capture One’s latest update 7.2.1 could be your answer.
Mobile photography, iphoneography, phoneograpy or whatever you want to call is has come along way over the years. There are some amazing people doing amazing things with phone cameras but there has always been on thing that has eluded the camera phone and that is long exposures.
Kevin Murphy works on top One World Trade Center. He says he has the best office in America. At 1,250 ft. about New York City the view would be outstanding. Many of us will never get the opportunity to get to the top of the Freedom Tower building, but now we can get a sense of just the view is like, with this outstanding panorama.
How good are you at Photoshop keyboard shortcuts? Sorin Neica thinks it’s better to have a keyboard that is built specifically for Photoshop!
Some more info has been leaked about the upcoming D4s for all you Nikon shooters out there.
Oh dear! I understand Adobe’s reasoning for going to the subscription based model, I also understand the public outcry from photographers around the world against Adobes creative cloud model. I have to commend Adobe for at least creating a “Photography Program” that allows us that wish to, just to get their hands on Photoshop CC and Lightroom.