Adobe continues with its “rolling thunder” model of dripfeeding cool new features to Creative Cloud subscribers. Also Hasselblad enters the mirrorless market with a relatively inexpensive medium format mirrorless camera. And the FAA finally announces rules governing drone flight in the United States
Marc began taking black & white photographs in the 60s, beginning his photographic career at the legendary Peninsula School, avidly learning composition and darkroom skills. He seemed to always have a still or movie camera in his hands.
Facebook is closer to bringing VR to the masses. iPhone and iPad will shoot RAW photos with iOS 10. Plus gear news from DxO, Hasselblad and Pentax.
This week was Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference. Though many expected new hardware, they instead announced enhancements to many of their software products including macOS, iOS, watchOS and HomeKit. In this show we discuss some of the new releases, and how they might impact photographers.
In this interview I chat with my friend David duChemin about underwater photography, book publishing, and keeping your creative juices flowing.
The Canon EOS 80D comes three years after the popular 70D, one of the company's most popular APS-C mid-range cameras. Among a crowded market of 24MP APS-C bodies, the 80D stands out for its video and Live View capabilities.
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