Sunday, May 13, 2012
Friday, February 3, 2012
- A photo session of up to 30-minutes
- Up to 5 full resolution photos on DVD. These photos do not have have the print-mark on them.
- Fast 1-week turn-around time.
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Monday, January 9, 2012
What if your SD camera card had a WiFi chip in it that let you wirelessly offload your photos to your computer. As this article says the company EyeFi has been doing this for a while. Now it may be coming to an SD card near you.
I can tell you that as a photographer, it would be nice to come home from a long day of photography, set my camera on the table and have it automatically offload my photos into Lightroom. Read the link to see more. Are you looking forward to this? What other applications for this technology can you imagine.
Wireless LAN SD standard aims to give every SD card that Eye-Fi flair
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
|This Fuji X100 is an example of a 3rd-gen mirrorless camera.|
That is actually a ridiculous question. Of coarse it isn't. But it soon may not be as supported as it once was. Unlike other technologies like computers and cellphones, as long as the mechanical parts still work and your sensor is good your camera will be good until it flat dies. Despite what camera manufacturers would like you to believe, you don't have to upgrade your camera with each new iteration. In fact, I am actually 4 years "behind" on my camera tech and I don't give a darn. However, a new age of photographic technology is here and you need to know what is coming before investing new equipment.