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Pentax Announces the K-30: DSLR Built to be Tough

Pentax Announces the K-30: DSLR Built to be Tough

Pentax today announces the introduction of its new weather and dust resistant digital SLR camera – the PENTAX K-30. Ideal for photographers with active outdoor lifestyles, the new PENTAX K-30 combines a compact, lightweight body with many advanced features found only in higher end DSLR camera models, such as a weather, dust and cold resistant body, a glass prism optical finder with 100% field of view, state-of-the-art autofocusing, and full HD video recording capabilities.

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Photographers in Asia and U.S. Attempt to Capture Rare Ring of Fire Eclipse

Photographers in Asia and U.S. Attempt to Capture Rare Ring of Fire Eclipse

Thousands of photographers across Asia and the western United States watched as a rare “ring of fire” eclipse crossed their skies. The eclipse occurs when the moon passes in front of the sun, leaving only a golden ring visible. (May 20).

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Sony Alpha A37 with Translucent Mirror Technology

Sony Alpha A37 with Translucent Mirror Technology

The new α37 camera is the latest to feature Sony’s acclaimed Translucent Mirror Technology, which delivers a potent combination of fast shooting, non-stop phase detection autofocus and continuous live image preview during still and full HD video (60i/24p) shooting. This innovative technology also allows the new α37 camera to grab split-second action with a burst of sharply focused images.

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Sony Announces the Mirrorless Alpha NEX-F3

Sony Announces the Mirrorless Alpha NEX-F3

Sony’s α NEX-F3 digital camera delivers professional quality photos with a compact, pocket-sized body, allowing consumers to explore the creative world of high-quality, interchangeable lens photography in a refreshingly fun and entertaining way.

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The Downfall of Flickr

The Downfall of Flickr

Yahoo can’t catch a break. Within a week of their CEO being thrown out for lying on his resume, Gizmodo just published an excellent detailed article chronicling the company’s turbulent history and continuous decline entitled How Yahoo Killed Flickr. Previously one of the most popular photo sharing services, it is quickly being left behind in the industry. I personally hated having to create a Yahoo login in order to then create a Flickr login following the acquisition, Gizmodo chronicles all these decision points.

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Canon SLR Cameras Used to Film Stunts in The Avengers

Canon SLR Cameras Used to Film Stunts in The Avengers

Canon is proud to announce that its EOS 5D Mark II and 7D Digital SLR cameras have been used on the set of Marvel’s latest movie, “Marvel’s The Avengers,” to capture thrilling point-of-view (POV) action shots that can be seamlessly intercut with footage from the film’s principal 35mm and digital cinematography cameras to heighten the film’s visual impact.

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Free Canvas Print

Free Canvas Print

The offer is back for a free 8×10 canvas print, only pay shipping. The promotion is focused around mother’s day, but any photo can be printed (it doesn’t necessarily have to be a Mother’s day gift). Every once in a while, this company seems to offer a free print as a way to introduce more people to their service. If you have ever wanted to try printing one of your favorite photos on canvas, this is a very good opportunity. This promotion expires May 13.

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Adobe Releases Photoshop CS6

Adobe Releases Photoshop CS6

Adobe today announced Photoshop CS6 and Photoshop CS6 Extended software, major releases of the undisputed standard for professional digital imaging. Packed with new features and enhancements, the software includes groundbreaking innovations and unparalleled performance breakthroughs that expand the frontiers of imaging science, and deliver new levels of creativity and increased efficiency.

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How to Grow a Wedding Photography Business: New eBook

How to Grow a Wedding Photography Business: New eBook

Being a successful wedding photographer often requires more than just excellent photography skill. Business and networking techniques go a long way in this industry. Lara and Geoff White (widely published wedding photographers) have been running a thriving photography studio with the philosophy that their efforts are 80% business and 20% photography. They are now expanding into publishing and their first eBook is an in-depth playbook on techniques to grow a wedding photography business.

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Pulitzer Prize Photography: 2012 Winners

Pulitzer Prize Photography: 2012 Winners

The 2012 Pulitzer prize winners for photography were announced today, and they’re truly heartbreaking. Both of the honored photographs document the unbearable trauma of war. Massoud Hossaini of Agence France-Presse won the award for Breaking News Photography with this photo captured moments after a suicide bomber detonated a bomb in a crowd at the Abul Fazel Shrine in […]

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