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July 2011 News  
Reuters photographer walks a platform 1200 ft. high with no railing
Reuters photographer Mark Blinch has posted a story on the Reuters photography blog about shooting atop Toronto's CN Tower, almost 1200 ft. above the ground on a metal platform without a railing. He details the way in which he and his equipment were secured to prevent drops and includes some queasy-making images of reporters leaning over the platform's naked edge.
July 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Some details on NASA space-capable Nikon D2Xs cameras
Popphoto.com has published a short article with some details about how Nikon D2Xs cameras are rigged by NASA for use in space. One interesting note is that flash units will not work properly in the vacuum of space, so NASA has built a custom, pressurized housing for Nikon's SB-800 so it can be used on spacewalks (the camera itself apparently needs only a special lubricant for spacewalks).
July 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
LENS looks at the life of Jerome Liebling
LENS, The New York Times blog, features Parting Glance: Jerome Liebling, 1924 - 2011, a teacher who taught his photography students to focus on what they had to say with their images.
July 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Photo Journal gallery a hot one
Photo Journal, The Wall Street Journal blog, features Photos of the Day: July 28, an interesting selection of images.
July 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
SI's "Ouch!" gallery painful to look at
Sports Illustrated features some painful moments from the world of sports in this aptly-named "Ouch!" gallery.
July 28, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Zacuto posts part 2 of detailed video cam, DSLR video shootout
Zacuto has posted Episode Two of "The Great Camera Shootout 2011". This segment compares the signal-to-noise ratio, resolving power, and signal compression characteristics of 11 different filmmaking cameras/media, including Kodak 35mm motion picture film; "indie" video cameras such as the Arri Alexa, RED ONE MX, Sony PMW-F3; and DSLR cameras such as the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and the Nikon D7000.
July 28, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Bullet train collision in The Frame
The Frame from The Sacramento Bee features a gallery of remarkable images from China where two high-speed trains collided on the weekend.
July 28, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times daily gallery a winner
The Los Angeles Times features an interesting selection of images in Pictures in the News: July 27, 2011.
July 28, 2011 | FULL STORY 
East Africa's famine called disaster
Several galleries, including one from MSNBC and another from The Atlantic, are bringing needed attention to drought and famine conditions in East Africa.
July 27, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Foreign Policy: The War in Hipstamatic
Foreign Policy magazine has published the first two parts of a five-part series of photo essays shot in Afghanistan by experienced photojournalists mostly using iPhones and the Hipstamatic iOS app. The first two photographers featured are Teru Kuwayama and Balazs Gardi. Their work is part of an experimental social media/news project called Basetrack that combines photography, feeds, Facebook posts, Google Maps, and more.
July 27, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Microsoft releases Camera Codec Pack for Windows Vista, 7 (updated)
Microsoft has announced the Camera Codec Pack for Windows 7 and Windows Vista (SP2). Available as a free download, the new software gives Windows Explorer and Windows Live Photo Gallery 2011 the ability to display RAW image files from more than 120 cameras.
July 27, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Olympus announces VF-3 Electronic Viewfinder, will ship E-PL3 in September
Olympus has announced that the E-PL3 will ship in September at an estimated street price of US$699.99 in the U.S. and CDN$699.99 in Canada. That price includes either the M. Zuiko Digital ED 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 or M. Zuiko Digital ED 17mm f2.8 lenses and a choice of black, white, red or silver body colours. The company has also set US$179.99/CDN$179.99 as the price for the new VF-3 Electronic Viewfinder, which offers 100% coverage, can be angled upwards up to 90 degrees and is compatible with PEN series cameras that have an accessory port.
July 27, 2011 | FULL STORY 
433MHz CE version of PocketWizard PowerMC2 now shipping
The 433MHz CE version of the LPA Design PocketWizard PowerMC2 remote power control module for the Paul C. Buff Einstein 640 monolight is now shipping. It's available exclusively from Paul C. Buff.
July 26, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic adds gallery on tragedy in Norway
The Atlantic features a poignant image gallery on the Tragedy in Norway.
July 26, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Tour de France, Part 2 in The Big Picture
The Big Picture from The Boston Globe features 2011 Tour de France, Part 2, another interesting gallery from the cycling world.
July 26, 2011 | FULL STORY 
SI galleries worth a look
A pair of Sports Illustrated photo galleries caught our eye: Leading Off: Pictures of the Week and Did You See That?
July 26, 2011 | FULL STORY 
YouSendIt expands to include online folder syncing and sharing
YouSendIt, a popular service for distributing large files - and the outfit we've depended on for years to deliver gigabytes worth of pictures at a time to photo buyers - is expanding its service to include online folder syncing and sharing features similar in concept to Dropbox.
July 26, 2011 | FULL STORY 
X-Rite posts Mac OS X Lion compatibility information
X-Rite has published a comprehensive table of compatibility information for X-Rite color calibration products with Mac OS X Lion, including recommended upgrade paths for products not supported in the new Mac operating system.
July 25, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic features another great black-and-white gallery
The Atlantic features World War II: Operation Barbarossa, the latest in its amazing collection of image galleries of its World War II retrospective series.
July 25, 2011 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC highlights the week's best in sports
MSNBC features a gallery of interesting moments in the Week in Sports Pictures.
July 25, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times selects images of the week
The Los Angeles Times features a fine collection of images in The Week in Pictures: July 18 - July 24, 2011.
July 25, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Bill Frakes to lead two-day multimedia workshop in Calgary
Sports Illustrated staff photographer Bill Frakes, along with Laura Heald (Frakes' assistant and partner in their multimedia company Straw Hat Visuals), are staging a two-day workshop here in our hometown of Calgary, Canada. The workshop, which takes place August 6-7, 2011, will focus on the melding of stills, audio and video into finished multimedia pieces, with an emphasis on audio recording, video capture and workflow.
July 22, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Feature: William B. Plowman goes underground
Armed with a Nikon D300 and two lenses, photographer William B. Plowman wasn't sure what to expect as he entered an underground flight club gathering in a nondescript Manhattan warehouse building. He ended up producing a set of gritty and compelling black and white pictures that capture the boxers and fans in equal measure. Plowman tells us how he approached covering the event.
July 22, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Leopard attack caught by photographers
The UK Guardian features a series of images showing a leopard attacking a forestry official after the animal had wandered into an Indian village and mauled several people.
July 22, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Canon testing software compatibility with OS X Lion
Canon in Japan has begun the process of testing Digital Photo Professional and other current digital SLR software with OS X Lion, the new operating system for Mac, says Canon USA Technical Advisor Chuck Westfall.
July 21, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Katie Orlinsky tells of her days in Libya with Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington
Visura magazine has published a story by photojournalist Katie Orlinksy, who was traveling and photographing with Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington in Libya on the day the two men were killed and in the days leading up to it. Orlinsky's piece gives a heart-felt account of her experiences, thoughts, and feelings surrounding the death of her friends, and, in the case of Hondros, a mentor.
July 21, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Using Canon's WiFi (WFT) wireless transmitters
The Canon Professional Network has published a fairly lengthy explanation of the use of Canon Wireless File Transmitter units such as the WFT-E5 and its predecessors, the WFT-E2/E3/E4, which allow compatible Canon DSLR cameras to transfer images wirelessly. The article covers network types, communication modes, camera and software configuration, and other topics.
July 21, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Tutorial: promoting your business on social media
The American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) has posted a comprehensive 8-part tutorial on using social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to promote a photography business.
July 21, 2011 | FULL STORY 
National Geographic features the Spirit Bear
National Geographic features the work of photographer Paul Nicklen on the Spirit Bear.
July 21, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Hot images featured in pair of galleries
Heat in the US figures big into this gallery from The Frame of The Sacramento Bee and the latest MSNBC gallery also highlights the midwest heatwave which has led to warnings and advisories for residents of 17 states.
July 21, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Excellence captured in Post gallery
Captured, The Denver Post photo blog, features a fine gallery of Pictures of the Week: July 15, 2011.
July 21, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Early Photoshop CS5 droplets non-functional in OS X Lion
While overall compatibility with Photoshop CS5 and Mac OS X Lion is expected to be good, an Adobe support document indicates that droplets created with the first release of Photoshop CS5 (v12.0) will not run in the new Mac operating system and must be re-created with v12.01 or later.
July 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Nikon publishes Mac OS X Lion software compatibility statement
A statement from Nikon regarding compatibility with its software and the just-released OS X Lion indicates the company plans to test six of its most recent applications, including Capture NX2, ViewNX 2 and Camera Control Pro 2, with the new Mac operating system. Once testing has been completed, the company intends to announce a schedule for correcting any incompatibilities.
July 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Photographer Peter Langenhahn's fascinating composite images
German photographer Peter Langenhahn constructs fascinating composite images of large public events where the camera's view and the background are static but dozens of human events that took place at different times are shown in a single image. For example, he built an image of a soccer/football match that shows...
July 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic posts history of space shuttle gallery
The Atlantic has posted a gallery of 61 images covering the history of the Space Shuttle program from 1975 to the present. Included are some truly remarkable NASA images taken in flight and orbit.
July 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Press Photographer's Year 2011 winners announced
The UK's The Press Photographer's Year 2011 has announced winners in various categories and has posted a slideshow here.
July 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Apple rolls out updated MacBook Airs and Mac mini, OS X Lion and new 27-inch display
Apple has unveiled a slew of new products this morning, including updated MacBook Airs, Mac mini and new 27-inch display, all featuring Thunderbolt ports. In addition, the company has released OS X Lion, the next major iteration of the operating system for Macs.
July 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times gallery well worth a look
The latest edition of the Pictures in the News: July 19, 2011 gallery from the Los Angeles Times is well worth a look.
July 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Big Picture highlights World Cup
The Big Picture from The Boston Globe features a top-notch gallery of soccer images in Women's World Cup.
July 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Adobe releases Photoshop Elements 9 Editor for Mac
Adobe has released Photoshop Elements 9 Editor, a version of the company's consumer photo editing application that's available only for the Mac and sold only as an electronic download through the online Mac App Store.
July 19, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Firmware for PocketWizard PowerMC2 module updated
Firmware v2.200 for the PocketWizard PowerMC2, a power control module for the Paul C. Buff Einstein 640 monolight, improves HyperSync and rear curtain sync operation and corrects several several bugs.
July 19, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Hama unveils new USB 3.0 memory card reader
Earlier this month, Hama unveiled the "All in One" USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Multi Card Reader. The new reader accepts CompactFlash (I/II), SD/SDHC/SDXC and several other formats and supports the fastest data transfer protocols for each format as well: up to UDMA Mode 7 for CompactFlash, and up to UHS-1 for SDHC/SDXC.
July 19, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Gallery is just the "bees knees"
It would be safe to say that this contest featured in a BBC gallery is not for everyone.
July 19, 2011 | FULL STORY 
These are the days of summer
The Atlantic features a gallery of interesting weather images in Days of Summer.
July 19, 2011 | FULL STORY 
How Bing uses pictures to lure eyeballs from Google
Fast Company has published a short but interesting article on the way that Microsoft's Bing search engine uses background photographs for its main search page. As a strategy to contrast itself with Google's famously simple search page, Bing has a team of photo editors and writers dedicated to finding, annotating, and presenting a compelling new picture for the search page background every day.
July 19, 2011 | FULL STORY 
A quick look at Square, a credit card app for iOS and Android
Professional Photographer magazine has published a quick look at Square, an app for iOS and Android that allows individuals and small businesses to accept and process credit card payments. The app is free and works in conjunction with a card reader, also free, that plugs into the headphone jack of your smartphone or tablet.
July 18, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Stern features World Cup final
Stern's online magazine features a gallery of images of the Women's World Cup soccer final between Japan and the US.
July 18, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic features adds another WWII gallery
The Atlantic continues its World War II in Photos retrospective with this gallery on the spread.
July 18, 2011 | FULL STORY 
LA Times highlights the week's best
The Los Angeles Times features The Week in Pictures: July 11 - July 17, 2011.
July 18, 2011 | FULL STORY 
New PLM-series umbrellas from Paul C. Buff coming later this year
Paul C. Buff is gearing up to release new additions to its line of Parabolic Light Modification (PLM) umbrellas. The additions incorporate two significant changes, relative to the existing PLM v2 models: an 8mm straight shaft version that allows for standard umbrella mounting without the need for a PLM speedring, and a new material type, which the company is calling Soft Silver and is intended to be considerably brighter than the existing PLM White fabric version but provide wider coverage than the PLM Silver (which is being renamed Super Silver).
July 16, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Stern features daily images
Stern's online magazine features an always-interesting gallery of daily images from the past several weeks.
July 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC features week's best
MSNBC features another fine selection in he latest edition of The Week in Pictures.
July 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
NYT LENS: Shooting stills and video together
LENS, The New York Times photo blog, features Shooting Twice, at Once, a story about staff photographer Doug Mills who uses a small ball head in one camera's hotshoe to mount another camera so he can shoot both stills and video at the same time.
July 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Nikon gives a brief glimpse of concept cameras from the lab
Nikon Europe's "I Am Nikon" blog has posted four pictures of concept cameras that Nikon recently displayed at an exhibition on technologies of the future in Paris. The cameras are concept mock-ups from Nikon's Japanese development team; no details are given, but the pictures are fun.
July 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
USRobotics now shipping USB 3.0 multi-format card reader
The USRobotics All-in-One USB 3.0 Card Reader, available now, features twin Secure Digital card slots, a single CompactFlash slot plus two additional slots that support various other formats.
July 13, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Apple releases Aperture 3.1.3
Apple has released Aperture 3.1.3, an update of its pro photo management and RAW conversion application for Mac. The new version addresses a variety of bugs, expands support for multi-touch gestures and is a free update to any earlier v3.x release.
July 13, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Tour de France in pictures
At its simplest level, they're taking pictures of a group of racing cyclists but photographers covering the Tour de France always manage to make it interesting as this image gallery in The Frame from The Sacramento Bee demonstrates. The Atlantic also features an extensive gallery with many images showing the danger of the event.
July 13, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Associated Press cuts ties with freelancer after Photoshop manipulation discovered
The Associated Press has cut ties with freelancer Miguel Tovar, and deleted most of his work from the AP Images collection, after it was discovered that the photographer had cloned blowing sand from one area of a photo to another in order to obscure his shadow.
July 13, 2011 | FULL STORY 
NPPA announces "Short Grants" for photographers
The U.S. National Press Photographers Association has announced the 2011 Short Grants program, which will award five grants of US$3,000 each to photojournalists. The grants are designed to fund smaller scale projects that can be largely completed in two weeks or less.
July 13, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Zoom H2n recorder incorporates five mics, ships in September
Zoom has announced the H2n, a portable audio recorder that incorporates five built-in mics, and one 3.5mm external mic input, for a variety of sound capture scenarios including mono, x/y stereo, two and four channel surround and mid-side (a recording technique that's apparently popular in the cinematic world).
July 13, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Extensis Portfolio Server 10 adds video support, iPad template
Extensis Portfolio Server 10, released today, features improved support for playback of video files, new file processing options, easier searching and other ease-of-use enhancements plus, within the NetPublish module, a template tuned for Apple's iPad and other tablets.
July 12, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic adds to WWII collection
The Atlantic features World War II: The Battle of Britain, another edition of great black-and-white images.
July 12, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Tricks of shooting the shuttle launches
MSNBC.com's PhotoBlog has posted a story on Scott Andrews, the unofficial guru of shuttle launch photography. Andrews has been devising and installing innovative remote camera rigs in the swamps of Florida to photograph shuttle launches, both for himself and for other photographers, for almost 30 years.
July 12, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Nikon announces 40mm f/2.8G macro lens for DX cameras
Nikon today has announced the AF-S DX Micro Nikkor 40mm f/2.8G, a macro lens designed expressly for use on its DX-series digital SLR cameras.
July 11, 2011 | FULL STORY 
How to estimate fees on video with stills
The blog, A Photo Editor, has posted an interesting Q&A session with two former art buyers who answer still photographers' questions about how shooting video is priced and estimated compared to still photography assignments, especially on jobs where both kinds of imagery are requested.
July 11, 2011 | FULL STORY 
DSLR Camera Remote Pro for iOS devices on sale for US$4.99 (updated)
onOne Software's DSLR Camera Remote Professional Edition, its excellent remote camera control, triggering and viewing app for the Apple iPhone and iPod touch, has lowered in price from US$19.99 to US$4.99 (or the rough equivalent in other currencies). The price drop is temporary, though the end date for the sale has not been specified. onOne is also working on a new release of the app that will add support for the Canon EOS Rebel T3i/600D and Nikon D5100.
July 9, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times daily gallery a good one
The Los Angeles Times features a particularly good collection of images in its Pictures in the News: July 7, 2011 daily gallery.
July 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
National Geographic highlights the Food Ark
National Geographic features Food Ark, a gallery of interesting images from photographer Jim Richardson.
July 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Phase One releases Media Pro bug fix update
Phase One has released Media Pro 1.0.1 for Mac and Windows, an update to its photo management application that corrects a variety of stability, catalog, rendering, import and other bugs.
July 7, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Reuters photographer talks about dream assignment
In this Reuters blog photographer Jim Urquhart talks about his dream assignment of a week in Yellowstone. The Atlantic features a large-image gallery of his work.
July 7, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Dust storm hits Phoenix
The Los Angeles Times features images from a dust storm that swept over Phoenix.
July 7, 2011 | FULL STORY 
BJP: How the stock industry ate itself
The British Journal of Photography has published an article about the recent history of the stock photography industry by Betsy Reid, former Executive Director of the Stock Artists Alliance. The article gives Reid's view on the rise and fall of stock photography as a viable business for professional photographers.
July 7, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Feature: Joel Hawksley starts a photography career
Joel Hawksley is off to a fast start. With two quarters to go before he graduates from Ohio University with a degree in photojournalism, Hawksley has already been working as a staff photographer for two years. And hes compiled an impressive portfolio of photographs in that time.
July 6, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Reuters picks the best of June
Reuters features Pictures of the month: June, a collection of the best images from Reuters photographers around the world.
July 6, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Frame brings on the fireworks
The Frame from The Sacramento Bee highlights an interesting and colourful gallery with U.S. Independence Day 2011.
July 6, 2011 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC features week in sports
MSNBC highlights a fine collection of images in the Week in Sports Pictures.
July 5, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Photographer Jeremy Nicholl on the reaction to the recent Andy Baio - Jay Maisel copyright infringement settlement
Photographer Jeremy Nicholl has published a fascinating take on the recent copyright infringement settlement reached between Andy Baio and photographer Jay Maisel over the unauthorized use by Baio of a Maisel photo of jazz great Miles Davis. Baio paid Maisel US$32,500 to settle the matter, then posted his account of what happened on the Internet, which prompted a predictable backlash against Maisel from what Nicholl refers to as "freetard revolutionaries" and photo blogger Thomas Hawk. It's a riveting read, as are the many sites linked to in the blog post.
July 5, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Adobe offers 50% discount on video editing products
Adobe has launched a cross-grade promotion offering 50% discounts on Premiere Pro CS5.5 and Creative Suite 5.5 Production Premium, the multi-application bundle that also includes Adobe After Effects CS5.5. Current owners of Apple Final Cut Pro or Avid Media Composer are eligible for the discount, which expires on September 30, 2011.
July 5, 2011 | FULL STORY 
CPN: Veteran photographers offer advice for up-and-comers
The Canon Professional Network has published video interviews with five noted professional photographers who offer advice to young photographers trying to establish a career.
July 5, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The story behind "Bliss", Windows XP default wallpaper image
We recently came across an article by the Napa Valley Register telling the interesting story of "Bliss", the rolling green hills and blue sky photograph that was the default wallpaper image for Microsoft Windows XP. A side-of-the-road impulse shot made by former National Geographic photographer Chuck O'Rear, the image has been viewed by billions and garnered O'Rear one of the largest fees ever paid for a single picture, he says.
July 5, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Reuters: Canon developing entrant in compact interchangeable lens camera segment for 2012
In an interview with Reuters published today, Canon executive Masaya Maeda said the company "will launch an interesting product next year" in the growing compact interchangeable lens segment now dominated by Panasonic, Olympus and Sony. Maeda did not say whether it would be a mirrorless design, but did offer that it would be small. He also noted that by the end of last month, camera production had returned to pre-quake levels, and that Canon was taking steps to increase the number of digital SLRs it builds each year from about seven million units to 10 million.
July 5, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic features black and whites of WWII
The Atlantic features part three of World War II in photos, part of an amazing collection of black-and-white images.
July 4, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times features week in pictures
The Los Angeles Times features The Week in Pictures: June 27 - July 3, 2011.
July 2, 2011 | FULL STORY 
  XQD, Ethernet and the Nikon D4 (View)
  LPA Design announces PocketWizard Plus III transceiver (View)
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  Review: Delock Card Reader FireWire B (Nr. 91694) (View)
  Review: Lexar 1000X blazes to 129MB/s read speed, best-in-class write speeds (View)
  Q&A with Nikon D4 engineer Toshiaki Akagi (View)
  Larger sensor at the heart of 14.20 million image pixel Canon Powershot G1 X (View)
  Nikon announces 16.16 million image pixel, 10fps D4 digital SLR (View)
  First Look: Nikon Mount Adapter FT1 (View)
  Review: Nikon Speedlight SB-910 (View)
  Feature: Stephen Mallon shoots a bridge's journey (View)
  Feature: Wildlife shooter Scott Linstead captures slices of time (View)
  Tip: Alternate mounting options for the Vagabond Mini Lithium (View)
  Review: Nikon's J1 and V1 cameras and 1 Nikkor lenses (View)
  Canon announces 17.92 million image pixel EOS-1D X (View)
  Feature: William B. Plowman goes underground (View)
  Feature: Joel Hawksley starts a photography career (View)
  Review: the Apple iMac 21.5-inch (View)
  Feature: impressions of the Apple iPad 2 (View)
  Review: M.I.C. CF Card Reader for iPad and iPad 2 (View)
  Feature: the quiet, lovely photographs of Joseph O. Holmes (View)
  Photosmith iPad app now available (View)
  Eye-Fi Direct Mode for X2 SDHC cards rolling out today (update 2) (View)
  Feature: Carl de Souza self-assignment produces remarkable steel mill photos (View)
  Feature: Robert Seale on photographing Evan Longoria for Sports Illustrated (View)
  Feature: Crisp light, great moments typify the wedding photography of Cliff Mautner (View)
  Review: Vagabond Mini Lithium portable power pack (View)
  Review: blueSLR remote trigger and geolocation system for Nikon (View)
  Patent infringment suit filed on eve of 344MHz Phottix Atlas production (updated) (View)
  Dynalite revamps power pack lineup, releases high performance 1600ws pack (View)
  Review: the Nikon Speedlight SB-700 (updated) (View)
  A first look at ShutterSnitch 2.0 for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch (View)
  PocketWizard MiniTT1, FlexTT5 for Nikon head to dealers (View)
  Photokina 2010: Beyond the cameras, part 2 (View)
  Photokina 2010: Beyond the cameras, part 1 (View)
  Wireless photography with an iPad and ShutterSnitch (View)
  Canon Expo 2010 kicks off in New York (View)
  Fighter jet crash "one of the most unforgettable moments," says photographer (View)
  Stopping action with the Paul C. Buff Einstein 640 monolight (View)
  An analysis of EOS-1D Mark IV autofocus performance (View)
  PLM umbrellas offer sweet combo of efficiency and softness (View)
  A first look at Nikon D3S high ISO image quality, plus the new 70-200mm f/2.8 (View)
  LibertyPak Little Genny LG400 provides premium portable power for strobes (View)
  DSLR Camera Remote for iPhone comes to life in v1.1 (View)
  Revamped MacBook Pro line delivers top-notch display quality (View)
  A look inside Nikon's Sendai digital SLR factory (View)
  An analysis of EOS-1D Mark III autofocus performance (View)
  Notes from Canon headquarters (View)
  Staying sharp: A veteran news shooter seeks new challenges (View)
  Beneath the waves with the Nikon D2X (View)
  Alex Majoli points and shoots (View)
  A look back at the NC2000 (View)
  Shooting the D1X for National Geographic (View)

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