Canon launched a virtual camera museum on its website. Here you find all their still and video cameras just like all their lenses dating back to their launch in 1930. They made a really interesting collection that gives a historical overview of all they produced during the decades.
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This last one was the least active year for my blog. This cannot be said for me, but this year ending collection of the best photo selections cannot be left out.
I meet this question more and more often. People tend to ask it next to photos and other things shared in social media. They not only ask for the likes or thank it in advance but they try to provoke it: “how many likes this picture is worth?”
We rarely think about how much moral of a story can a movie deliver even regarding copyright what I often mention on this blog. It is…
I already wrote about the work at the largest football event of the world. This time they talk in a video letting us a sneek peak…
Organisers announced the final results of the 32nd Hungarian Press Photo Contest. Here you find the complete list of winners and links to their work awarded…
A beind the scenes video about the making of a nature documentary that presents how a nature photographer works. In other words watch it how the documentary was made that shows the work of Bence Mate.
In the Christmas preparation preriod Adobe made his best offer ever to connvince photographers to choose their cloud base subscriptions. They offered an unbeatable price for the most popular photography software package.
David Guttenfelder thinks his images taken in North-Korea help to open the doors of the regime closing off from the rest of the world and helps the world better understand the distant and very special country.
A gigapanorama taken in London recently has broken all records with its 320 gigapixels. Gigapixel-count is a type of competition that seemed to have gone off the boil recently after years of one large resolution photo beating the previous recordholder from the week before.