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Tony Northrup is regularly asked by viewers how he is able to capture handheld shots at such slow shutter speeds. For example, it's not uncommon for him to shoot with a telephoto lens at shutter speeds as slow as 1/25 of a second. His shutter speeds are guided by the "rule of doubles," a rule he made up to replace the film-era reciprocal rule. With lenses and cameras featuring better image
500px has announced that it will be winding down its Marketplace for premium royalty-free stock photos and will instead be selling its users photos exclusively through Visual China Group (its parent company) in China and through Getty Images across the rest of the world.The 500px Marketplace was launched in 2014 “to meet customer demand for a broader range of content and prices,” the
Casio point-and-shoot cameras have long been popular among consumers looking for an affordable way to capture memories, but it seems that the rise of smartphones has taken a toll on the brand. The company is now reportedly shutting down the business.Nikkei reports that Casio is citing the decline of compact digital camera shipments as the reason the business has been unprofitable in recent times,
In the video below, we join photographer Adam Gibbs as he explores a new area on the east coast of Vancouver Island and also revisits a waterfall he photographed a few years prior. Waterfalls are a very interesting subject because there are many ways to approach them. It's common to see photographs stop down their lens and/or add a neutral density filter to be able to slow down the camera'
Here’s an interesting little factoid: did you know that the iPhone’s shutter sound was originally recorded from a Canon camera? Whenever you snap an iPhone photo (with your volume on) or capture a screenshot on a Mac, that shutter sound you hear is actually a Canon AE-1 film SLR camera manufactured in the 1970s and 1980s.It’s thanks to a man named Jim Reekes, who worked as a sou
When shooting in low light without a flash, what should you do, increase your ISO or slow down your shutter speed? This is precisely the question photographer and educator Mark Wallace answers in his latest video for Adorama's "Exploring Photography with Mark Wallace" video series. As you'll learn in the video below -- which was filmed in Sydney, Australia -- the answer depends on the sit
It seems that February 2018 is the month of global shutter CMOS sensor breakthroughs. A day after Sony announced the first 1MP+ backlit global shutter CMOS sensor, Panasonic announced its own groundbreaking development: a global shutter CMOS sensor that’s capable of 8K, 60FPS, and HDR.Panasonic’s new CMOS sensor uses an organic photoconductive film (OPF) and features 8K video at 60fps
Sony just announced a groundbreaking development in the world of camera image sensors: it has created a 1.46-megapixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor that has global shutter. This is the first-ever CMOS sensor of over 1MP that has both back-illumination and global shutter.Backside illumination (BSI) is an image sensor design that uses its arrangement of imaging elements to increase the amount of li
Sony has made something of a breakthrough in sensor development, announcing a new backside-illuminated stacked sensor that can read out every pixel simultaneously to enable global shutter. While the company has only made it work with a 1.46-million-pixel sensor so far, the nascent technology has significant potential.The sensor is able to read out from every pixel instantly because each pixel has
The Cascable app—an iOS app that can lets you control just about every Wi-Fi enabled camera on the market from your Apple device—first came on the scene in 2015. Since then, it's received several major updates, but last week's release of Cascable 3.2 is arguably the most important update yet. The update introduced Cascable Recipes, and turned the app into "the most powerful photography automation


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