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?”
The popular Big Picture gallery of Boston Globe will be published at a new domain with a new look from now on. After six years and almost a thousand galleries with large images the Big Picture is renewed. They moved to a new domain and built a completely new look – it’s a shame their old stuff (at least a part of it) can be seen only in theory.
Canon has been moderate with the megapixel war recently, but rumours say they are working on a much higher megapixel count still camera soon to be announced will skyrocket the war on numbers. What do you think how many megapixels we need?
The “beauty” of protocol photography when Obama administration lets photographers do their work for a SHORT time. Photographers and cameramen had a ten second opportunity to fight in front of a window for a shot of the president working at his desk.
The images of the first photographer landing in Normandy are still a legend despite (or rather because) most of them got destroyed and even the few rescued are ruined. Read how the most famous war photographer remembers the D-Day landing.
Adobe recently introduced the tablet version of their popular photo editing software Lightroom. The new application has a great emphasis on cloud based photo management, but you can try it without a Creative Cloud subscription.
It is daylight saving time again so this is my warning to remind you to adjust the clock in your still camera, video camera, GoPro cameras, DVD recorder, voice recorder and all the other devices too.
Finally the popular nature documentary Sharks in My Viewfinder about Hungarian scuba photographer Daniel Selmeczi can be watched online. Watch it and support the creators to be able to make lots of other similar movies!
Sports photography is mass production anyway, but especially at the Olympics that is the greatest of all photo mass productions. The events host the most and best sportsmen…
More photographers had to be disqualified from the final of this year’s World Press Photo contest because their creators performed minor alterations despite both contest rules and industry standards forbid this.