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Photovation Winners

After tough deliberations the judges have made their decision for the winners of the #photovation photo competition, congratulations to everyone who entered!

Don’t worry if you didn’t win this time, Arcsoft were so impressed that they are offering a… 119 more words


Adobe demonstrates two new features: Time of Day and Dehaze

A few days ago, at Adobe Max 2014, Adobe introduced two very interesting features which are based on innovative algorithms and require only a minimum of user input. 183 more words


Snapchat... did anyone really think their photos just disappeared?

Considering younger generations are technologically “savvy” and experienced… and many of them have already had at least one or more negative online encounters by the time they reach high school, the idea that the users of Snapchat are surprised or shocked that thousands of images have been “hacked” and leaked and actually still exist out there in “viral land” seems a little naive. 16 more words

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Sigma News & Rumors: first sample pictures of the 150-600mm S at wide open aperture and Foveon-like 36 layer sensor, not by Sigma

Sigma-Rumors reported a few days ago about the first sample pictures of the new 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Sports lens. Now, the chinese website qicai.fengniao.com published the first samples at open aperture – just in time for the retail start in mid October. 267 more words






08th October 2014, Singapore – The recent Photokina 2014 had seen manufacturers from all over the world releasing new products from their latest innovations into the photography market and Metz is one of the brand that we are watching really closely. 490 more words

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Intrepid Travel's 'Anything Goes' Photo Competition

Intrepid Travel has returned for October with a brand new photo competition, and this month…anything goes!

This month’s theme is ‘Anything Goes’. Well, within reason. 34 more words


Photographer Sandro Miller and John Malkovich Replicate Iconic Pictures

US-American photographer Sandro Miller and world-famous actor John Malkovich replicated some of the best-known and most iconic shots in the history of photography as part of their photo-project „ 158 more words