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Tips to Upgrade Your Optics

Tips to Upgrade Your Optics

With prices coming down on handheld thermal-imaging cameras, even budget-minded sailors might consider adding these valuable safety tools to their sea bags.
 
Catching Up in the Megapixel Count

Catching Up in the Megapixel Count

The camera megapixel race is dead as most flagships have scaled back and instead chosen to race with wider apertures and secondary snappers. But mid-range and entry-level phones have been catching up in the megapixel count, pushing the average higher and higher.
 
Profoto’s First-ever On-camera Flash

Profoto’s First-ever On-camera Flash

Profoto has just announced the A1, the lighting brand’s first-ever on-camera flash. It’s also what the company calls “the world’s smallest studio light.” “Our focus with the A1 was to create a flash that delivers a truly high quality of light, which is why it features a round head which delivers light that’s both natural ... Read More
 
iPhone 8 and its 12-megapixel Camera

iPhone 8 and its 12-megapixel Camera

This year, Apple broke from tradition and introduced two totally new iPhones: the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X. What’s up with that? As cool as the iPhone X looks, the iPhone 8 is still a fantastic device.
 
A Great Technique for Those Dabbling in Artificial Lighting

A Great Technique for Those Dabbling in Artificial Lighting

Multi-light setups can be tricky to master, but they also offer a remarkable amount of control and creative possibilities. This helpful tutorial will walk you through one such setup with its take on a classic lighting setup, showing how each light contributes to the final image and how you can replicate it yourself.
 
A New Smartphone with 5-megapixel Self-portrait Camera

A New Smartphone with 5-megapixel Self-portrait Camera

Panasonic has launched the P99 smartphone in India which adds up to the P series of smartphones from the brand. The smartphone has been priced at Rs. 7,490 which will be available across several Panasonic brand stores and offline retailers across the country.
 
Practicing Macro Photography

Practicing Macro Photography

Turkish photographer Can Tunçer has been practicing macro photography for about 7 years, and recently turned his lenses onto a new subject—peacock feathers. Using three different lenses at 10x, 5x, and 3.7x magnification, he explores the colorful beauty of these incredible feathers, which have inspired artists and designers for centuries.
 
Purchasing the Polaroid Flexible LED Lighting Panel

Purchasing the Polaroid Flexible LED Lighting Panel

Polaroid today announced the Polaroid flexible LED lighting panel, a lightweight, bendable light source for photographers and videographers. Measuring at 12×12” and just 16mm wide, the the super slim Polaroid flexible LED panel mat weighs a mere one pound, making it easy to arrange and mold the light into your ideal position.
 
Mermaids For Change Photoshoots Involve Children

Mermaids For Change Photoshoots Involve Children

With lower-income school systems experiencing cuts and defunding of their ocean education and field trip programs, the next generation needs outside help when it comes to learning what they can do to protect our oceans. Fortunately for said school systems, Mermaids For Change — an organization dedicated to teaching kids about ocean conservation — is stepping ... Read More