A recent post by Jeff Guayer at DY Photography raised some interesting questions about technology and its impact on photography. Namely what defines a photographer? What separates a photographer from an enthusiast? Is it possible to be a photographer if you only use a smart phone?
Today Nikon took the D4s out of the glass box and officially announced their new camera. Within a lengthy and adjective heavy press release key details such as a start date of March 6th for shipping and a price tag of $6500 stood out over changes to the processor or video capabilities.
It is not just sport and the new Nikon D4s on show at the Sochi Olympics but also host nation Russia, a country that is still something of a post-soviet mystery. PetaPixel picked up a story by NPR exploring the day-to-day side of Russia away from Sochi.
This week’s Phottix Weekly Photo comes from flickr’s Marty Bugs. How was it shot?
John Stanmeyer’s shot of immigrants in Djibouti trying to get cheaper mobile phone signals from neighboring Somalia was the worthy winner of this year’s World Press Photo of the year.