What is a Gnarbox? Gnarbox is a rugged backup device. It’s a tiny computer, that you control with your phone and can be used to back up your photos from memory cards, USB card readers or external drives. I first heard about it from this website: https://www.hdrshooter.com/2019/06/08/gnarbox-rugged-backup-device/ But it seems to have been updated with... Continue Reading →
Filmulator is an open-source RAW photo editor based on the process of developing film, and while far more limited than software like Lightroom or Capture One (it lacks tags, for example) its tone mapping algorithm is supposedly designed to be faster and easier to get a good result that mirrors the depth of color film. Filmulator... Continue Reading →
I tend to use photoshop more than lightroom because I don't do massive files (like wedding photography). However, I think anyone using lightroom would be pretty pleased with this latest feature! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HzUXR8V-Qo&feature=youtu.be
So, it's great if you can buy expensive lenses from the company that makes your camera-they will always work with your camera body, and that's nothing to sneeze at. Same is true with flashes. I've often told students, though, that buying a cheaper flash to begin with that you can make mistakes on and also... Continue Reading →
Ubersnap has launched a new GIF printing service that turns animated images into moving Harry Potter-style physical prints using lenticular printing...
I've seen a lot of specialty apps out there dealing with photography. In my Trends in Software class we've just covered the general/basics photo apps, but there's so much more out there. A sea of apps. Too many, if you ask me. Why? So many of them are similar versions of the same Instagram-filter processing... Continue Reading →