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Kelby Training and NAPP merge into Kelby One (current members pay same prices as before), January 7, 2014
And now some CES 2014 news that are not of the gadget variety. Scott Kelby is now merging two of his groups, Kelby Training and NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals) have been merged into one group, "Kelby One". Members... Continue

Lens Adapting 101 at Popular Photography (handy chart included), February 18, 2013
If you are new to the idea of using lenses from different mounts on different camera bodies, you may find this new article at Popular Photography of interest, An Introductory Guide to Lens Adapters. The article is broken in five... Continue

Doc Time: Dark Light: The Art Of Blind Photographers (HBO), July 21, 2012
Weekends are often a good time to catch up with favorite TV shows and movies, but how about watching something photography-related? This week's assignment (it will be included in the final!) is the HBO documentary "Dark Light: The Art Of... Continue

Smash His Camera (Rob Galella documentary) - now free to watch at Amazon Prime, July 16, 2012
According to a previous poll, a significant percentage of our US-based readers are Amazon Prime members. In addition to the free 2-day shipping, the Amazon Prime subscription offers free streaming videos. One of the latest additions to the free streaming... Continue

$3 to spend on photography documentaries (if you have a Kindle eInk device), April 30, 2012
If you enjoy photography documentaries, and happen to have a Kindle e-Ink hardware device, you can claim a $3 video credit and spend it on digital rental or purchase of photography documentaries (or anything else) at Amazon Video On Demand.... Continue

Teachings of Glorious Canon 1D X: Auto Exposure explained, November 30, 2011
The Canon Professional Network has a new 3-minute video with Canon's Mike Owen and the surface computer prop explaining the auto exposure system of the EOS 1D X and comparing/contrasting it to the 1D Mark IV. Continue

Canon teaches (1D X AF, Cinema EOS FAQs), Nikon podcasts (verb), November 9, 2011
Canon is on a teaching spree today, they have published a new article on the 1D X auto focus system, focusing (pun intended!) on auto focus points and area selection... Meanwhile, at a different Canon page, they have published a... Continue

Also (new Sony CineAlta F65, Adobe Carousel cloud, printers, software, etc), September 8, 2011
Time to recap some of the latest newsbytes, which include a new high-end Sony digital video camera, an Apple-flirting not-free cloud-based photo storage and sharing service by Adobe, new Kodak and Epson printers, new software, and mo(i)re! Digital Video Wars... Continue

New Zeiss newsletter, explains Tessar, becoming blog next month, March 24, 2011
Issue #39 of the Carl Zeiss Camera Lens News is out, and it includes some interesting news - starting with April, the newsletter will also be available as a blog! Among the articles in this edition, they start a new... Continue

New books/e-books from the photo-blogo-sphere, December 27, 2010
Being a small and independent blog, we have a soft spot for indie blogs/bloggers. In this post, we round up some new books/e-books written by hard-working photographer-bloggers. We start with the just e-released Pentax K-5 e-book by Yvon Bourque, who... Continue

Tips: Gear for trekking photography at Luminous, July 11, 2010
Guest-blogger Bernard Languillier has written a helpful article at Luminous Landscape talking about gear for trekking photography. This covers the things you won't find in dpreview camera reviews, from tents to crampons to shoes and more! You can Bernard's work... Continue

Photography Soup (trends, workflow, flickr-getty, t-shirt, and more), June 23, 2010
Time for an impromptu edition of the "Photography Soup"! We start with something fun, funny yet very profound - a t-shirt spotted out in the wild and mentioned by A Photo Editor that says "No, you're not a photographer, you... Continue

Thom Hogan's Workflow week, June 19, 2010
If you are interested or curious on what Thom Hogan has to say and share about his workflow and techniques, be sure to visit and bookmark his workflow week series of articles. Lots of goodies there, a must read whether... Continue

Understanding Image Sharpness - a technical paper by Falk Lumo, June 17, 2010
If you enjoy reading technical papers, rejoice! Falk Lumo has a work-in-progress white paper on Understanding Image Sharpness. More sections will be added and updated in the near future. An introduction to the article is posted at the Lumo blog.... Continue

Thom Hogan's secret workflow - we found it in a bar! (just kidding), June 14, 2010
At the neighborhood bar, right next to a brand new iPhone 5, we also found Thom Hogan's workflow, but as it turns out, it is also published on his website on what is billed as "Workflow Week", so be sure... Continue

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