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Kodak, Canon, Nikon and . . . History

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It makes a lot of sense today to juxtapose two news stories from the past 24 hours, one about Canon and the other about Kodak.  One pertains to a light-hearted advertising campaign, the other, to dry, boring financial news. It is common knowledge that smartphones have been eating CaNikon’s lunch Read more…

Practical and Unusual Double-Header at DPSchool

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“Hi, Nikon? I’ll take one of everything!” Thus speaks Jeff Guyer in a stylishly-written article in which he explains, “The reality . . . is that I have to balance my lust for gear against how many meals my rapidly growing 12-year-old son gets to eat each week.” If you Read more…

China’s Ubiquitous Anonymous High-Rises by Christopher Domakis

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“Lots of massive residential ‘towers’ and enormous separated complexes of buildings” in Chinese cities was one of the projects that photographer Christopher Domakis embarked upon in his series on ‘Urbanization.’  The spectacular results can be viewed on Microcosm on Behance. Domakis documents how people live like sardines in matchboxes, not Read more…

The Tyranny of a Vocal Minority: Cyber Book-Burning

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We close out this week with our weekly ‘Controversy of the Week’ post covering a dual controversy that has exploded on the Web. If self-styled media mavens and a small vocal minority consider your online photographs to be ‘controversial’, ‘not cool’, ‘ghoulish’, and/or ‘breathtakingly tasteless’, guess what?  You’ll be beaten Read more…

Sweetness and Happiness; Bitterness and Sadness

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Sweetness and Happiness Jonas Peterson has just published a gallery of his photographs of the wedding of ‘Michael and Natalia’ and it is fantastic.  Peterson, a globetrotting “destination wedding photographer,” is an Adelaide resident and is the Queensland AIPP Wedding Photographer of the Year.  He tells the ‘story’ of a Read more…

A How-to, a Camera, and an App

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Oregon the Beautiful Some beautiful images advertising the charms of Oregon have landed on DPSchool courtesy of Rick Berk. In a few of the images, composition, lighting and exposure dovetail perfectly to produce an image you can state at for minutes.  An interesting fact: when flowing or moving water is Read more…

Price High, Price Low: Leica and Sigma

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An Affordable Sigma A few days back we had blogged about the new Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM and asked the question, “whether Sigma will price it so that it is merely “affordable” or price it so that it is a “sensation.””  The answer has come in, and it’s sensational. Read more…

A Treble of ‘News’

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New ‘Organic’ Sensor The past few hours have seen quite a few interesting Photography News stories but a joint announcement from Fujifilm and Panasonic amounts to genuinely earth-shattering news. The (Not-So) Odd Couple have developed a new ‘organic’ sensor technology.  It’s not the technology per se or its name or Read more…

New Products: A Camera, a Lens, and an App

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A Superzoom Camera The GPS-equipped Nikon Coolpix P520 has a few things going for it.  If you can tolerate an aperture of f/3.5 and no RAW shooting, there’s lots to like here.  Barrie Smith has just reviewed it in DPSchool. In the looks department, this kit is tough yet pretty Read more…

The Expendables, the Threatened Species, the *Pro Photogs!*

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We’re closing out this week with our Controversy of the Week post and this one is probably the biggest one so far.  First it was Marissa Mayer.  Now, the Chicago Sun-Times.  All of a sudden some pro photogs have good reason to think they have something in common with the Read more…

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