The legendary Chuck Westfall, technical advisor in the Professional Products Marketing Division at Canon U.S.A., agreed to give our readers a preview of what his company is presenting at the 2010 PhotoPlus Expo here in NYC.
Your camera and accessories require protection—and that's why you have a camera bag. Sometimes, though, that isn't enough. For those particular times, there are items that you'll need for extra insurance. Luckily, you won't need to sacrifice your lunch money for the week to purchase them. Here's a quick round up of some of the items you should take a look at.
We all have times when we want to just pull out a camera, point and shoot—and share on the web. Maybe it will be the 4th generation iPod touch. Or is it just your smartphone? There is something just so convenient about taking out a camera like the Samsung ST80 and being able to upload straight to Facebook. Polaroid allowed us to instantly share our memories years ago—what do you use now?
Need a break and want to look at something really cool and interesting? Why not take a look at some compelling photography-related content from around the web today. If you're a baseball fan, a photographer interested in your legal rights, love clowns, or a fan of John Mayer, you're in luck.
The ring flash effect in photography has recently been gaining more and more popularity. Many amateur photographers have been trying to create their own homebrew versions, with varying degrees of success. James Madelin, the creator of the Orbis, started doing this years ago until he created a product now widely used in commercial photography. BHInsights decided to do a quick interview with him on how he created the product, and what influenced him.
In the market for new photo editing peripherals? While tablets and trackpads have their specific uses, you should probably consider the advantages that a gaming mouse can offer. Though more expensive than standard mice, they are top of the line products designed for better performance and long periods of use.
So you want to be a portrait photographer. Well, you'll need to learn the basics. There is quite a lot to master as far as exposure, aperture, lighting, ISO etc. are concerned. Here are some tips for all the potential award winners out there.
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