I have to say I really enjoyed this post as it reminded me of when I was working as a sports photographer for a national press agency. It is also strange to think that photographers use common solutions to their problems, as I have been using the Pocket Phojo and a PDA for the last year to do remote transmitions, with the Nikon D2x or … Continue reading The good old days to the norm with compact image transmition devices
I have to say I really enjoyed this post as it reminded me of when I was working as a sports photographer for a national press agency. It is also strange to think that photographers use common soloutions to their problems, as I have been using the Pocket Phojo and a PDA for the last year to do remote transmitions, with the Nikon D2x or … Continue reading The good old days to the norm with compact image transmition devices
From the photosynth blog (the actual site is overwhelmed with hits at time of writing but you can read the blog here or view this video to see what it is all about and how photography is going 3D There is two URL’s for photosynth http://photosynth.net and http://photosynth.com There is a photography tutorial here as well as a how to video here Photosynth Blog We’re … Continue reading Photosynth is now Live
Well you have all the gadgets and attachments for your G9, but then so do a lot of people so how do you make your G9 stand out from the crowd…with a one off designer strap from Luxury Beads. These straps are also ideal for the ladies who want to make there camera a little less macho and more ‘girly’ as they see fit, there … Continue reading Designer Straps for the G9
This is a very interesting video by Photoshop Retouching & Photography Tutorial Videos. However it does not surprise me that much as I used the G9 for some art nude, but just shows how versatile this little point and shoot is, as a backup for a photojournalist or as a stand alone camera. Continue reading Can you use the Canon G9 for a Fashion Shoot?
According to Flickr’s user Shutterfever it appears that Flickr are not quite on the same side as photographers and have been deleting comments made over a video where a photographer has been harassed by a security guard for taking pictures in the street Continue reading Flickr not so on side, with photographers rights, apparently…
Well here is an interesting way of comparing camera performance, not by using or setting them up to be the same, but by using the best settings for the subject matter, surprisingly (or not) the image quality of the G9 stood up very well and all this without fine tuning the image in post processing which would correct some of the obvious lens flaws like barreling and fringing Continue reading Canon G9 Vs Canon 5D
Well here is a novel use for your G9 by www.maineaerialphotography.net and before you rush out buying a remote controlled helicopter, as the latest G9 accessory, be warned they cost thousands of dollars.
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Miniature choppers offer bird’s-eye view – Fosters
OK, sometimes it can be really useful to be able to record a conversation without other people knowing you are doing it, especially when you are being hassled by the police or jobs worth for taking pictures when you are in the right doing so and the situation looks like going from bad to worse Continue reading Using the G9 as a discrete recorder
Just found this on the BBC website if you are into photography you can go and sign the petition but asking for the PM to clarify the laws is not a good idea in my opinion. It is open invitation to put laws into place when they are not needed.
Its paranoia that if you have a camera you are a terrorist or up to no good and a culture of fear has been built up deliberately. There is no law saying you are allowed to take pictures in a public place, there is no law saying you can’t either; its considered a right