This is for Professor Worsfold’s digital class. If you are on the waitlist, I would either wait to buy this or I’d make sure you don’t open it and keep receipts in case you don’t get into the class. First and foremost, the camera. And not just ANY camera…you need a digital camera will FULL […]
Today the National Media Museum made a flickr gallery today for old images taken with the very first Kodak camera available to the public! Today, we take photography for granted. Anyone can take a photograph simply by pressing a button. Yet, it was not always so simple. The invention of photography was announced in 1839,... Continue Reading →
I was hunting around Indiegogo and found this. Thought it was a major bummer, but maybe someone might help, and spread some good karma... Ricardo is a published natural history photographer who had all his gear stolen in the field. His friends put up this campaign to help him rebuild his kit... Ricardo was working... Continue Reading →
I have a friend (ahem) who dropped their camera. That's horrible, I thought, but it might still be fixable. Then they told me they dropped it in saltwater. Oh.* As soon as they said that, I remember thinking that if they had this stuff on their camera, it'd still be okay. (well, not any breakage, but no salt damage). The product itself is pretty unbelievable, but
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5o7Q9qXXzhQ&feature=player_embedded When I started talking about grey cards and histograms along with reciprocity, a student sent me this link as a good video for students to see. Check it out!
I will not be shopping on black friday. At least not in actual stores. (I don't like having to wear body armor when I shop.) BUT, it is a great time to get some camera gear. Lots of places will have sd/cf cards on sale, there's lots of lenses on sale, and even some cool... Continue Reading →