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“Light Scythe” Lets You Do Huge Light Paintings

06/29/2011, For those unfamiliar with light painting, it’s a photographic technique which uses long exposures and a light source, to “paint” the photo with light. The photo above is a great example as I am sure those who are unfamiliar with...

Nikon Prototype/Concept Cameras On Display In France

06/28/2011, Cameras have evolved throughout the years, as most technology does. Externally however, camera design has not really been that radical, unlike the technology used inside the cameras, which have come a long way from its humble beginnings. If you take a...

Lytro Camera Lets You Shoot First, Focus Later

06/22/2011, Autofocus speed is key when you’re trying to take photos of things in motion, like a sporting event, wildlife or candid photos which is why sometimes camera users from both the point-and-shoot and DSLR camera spectrum find themselves frustrated and...

Leaked Photos Of The New Olympus PEN Mini

06/20/2011, Camera and photography enthusiasts should be familiar with Olympus’s PEN series which is part of their micro-four-thirds line up and was supposed to bridge the gap between compact point and shoot styled cameras and the bigger and sometimes heavier...

Using Gestures To Take Self-Portraits

06/17/2011, The act of taking self-portraits in an art unto itself, some people have the gift to manage to get an entire group of 10 people into a photo while taking a self-portrait while others not so lucky end up with photographs that cut people out or are angled...

Dot Lens Shoots 360 Panoramic iPhone Videos

06/17/2011, If you’ve ever wanted to shoot a 360 degree panoramic video with your iPhone then perhaps the Dot lens might just be the tool that you are looking for. Panoramic videos are a pretty cool concept – basically a video is recorded in 360 with only...

Ever Wondered What 50 UV Lenses Stacked Together Would Look Like?

06/17/2011, UV lens filters were designed to reduce haziness in photos that is generated by the ultraviolet light, sometimes creating a “warmer” photo and in some instances protecting the lens from grubby fingers and accidental knocks. So ever wonder what...

Brando’s iPad 2 Telescope

06/15/2011, If the zoom on your iPad 2′s camera wasn’t enough then how about adding Brando’s iPad 2 Telescope to your iPad? It’s not exactly the most conspicuous looking addon but then again neither are most zoom lenses. For $26 what you are...

Leica V-LUX 30: Cute, High-End Compact

05/25/2011, Leica has made a name for itself in the “photography enthusiast” circles, but many users still think of it as being “for pros” (or simply “too expensive”). The Leica V-Lux 30 has been designed to change this perception,...

Slow Photography camera concept

04/22/2011, Cell phone and smartphones these days tend to come with camera sensors that used to be the bomb in an actual digital camera say, maybe 5 to 8 years’ back. In fact, those who do not normally take photos start to do so with their handsets simply...

Microsoft Photosynth app makes taking panoramas fun and easy

04/18/2011, Wow, Windows Phone users sure are going to be so jealous they find out about what iOS gets from Microsoft and they don’t. Microsoft has just announced Photosynth – a revolutionary photography app that allows users to very easily shoot panoramic...

iPhone 4 set to rule Flickr in the next few months

04/17/2011, Here’s some telling data, analyzed and broken down by TechCrunch. The most popular camera on Flickr – the Nikon D90 (a wonderful camera with equally stunning HD video recording) is about to be overthrown by the iPhone 4 in the next few months....