After promises were made last month, by the movie industry to secure the continuation of movie film production, today brings the news that Kodak has produced its last ever BW400CN film roll.
The rare aligning of stars – in this case the milky way – some luminescent plankton, and a skilled photographer who knows how to hunt a good picture combined to make what must be a strong contender for best photograph of 2014, so far. Taken on June 27th by Fefo Bouvier the shot info should grab Canon’s attention, as this picture makes a compelling reason to go purchase a EOS 60d.
Sunshine provides a great backdrop but getting the exposer correct is a challenge. While gadgets are a requirement for any serious photographer, some are better than others. So, what about the lens hood?
What do you do when you notice that pictures aren’t coming out the way you expected? If your Robert Cicala you investigate, and investigate he did.
Photography is itself an art form, but behind one art form lie many more; innovation, science, gear, settings, composition to name a few. In a recent series of posts, on PetaPixel, Lens Rental’s Roger Cicala set about investigating and explaining why sensor stack thickness is not just an innoculous technical spec on your camera. In short, do not buy a new lens before reading the rest of this post.
Superzooms inevitably seem like a bad compromise between compact and DSLR. Their quality and ability has been limited but they have offered a lazy, or cheap way of getting a lot of zoom.