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September 2011 News  
NYT LENS highlights the Urban Palette
LENS, The New York Times blog, features Rediscovering the Urban Palette, a story and image gallery of old colour images.
September 30, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Die Presse.com features top-notch gallery
Die Presse.com from Vienna features a gallery of strong daily images that are well worth a look.
September 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Three GorillaPod ultra-portable tripods introduced
Joby has introduced three new GorillaPod ultra-portable tripods. The most capable is the GorillaPod Hybrid, which has flexible, wrappable legs and a ball head and is designed for compact system cameras that weigh up to 2.2 lbs./1kg.
September 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Firmware update for Apple 24-inch display addresses flickering, blackouts with Thunderbolt Macs
Apple has issued a firmware update for the Apple LED Cinema Display 24-inch that's meant to eliminates intermittent screen flickering and/or blackouts when this display is connected to a Thunderbolt-equipped Mac. This problem has plagued several machines here, starting with the iMac 21.5-inch back in May and, more recently, the MacBook Air 11-inch. The solution also seems to be working: no flickering and no blackouts since loading the new display firmware late yesterday (during which time we'd normally have been treated to multiple instances of both).
September 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Adobe posts Camera Raw 6.5, Photoshop Lightroom 3.5
After a public beta period, Adobe has posted the final versions of Camera Raw 6.5 and Photoshop Lightroom 3.5 for Mac and Windows. Each extend RAW conversion support to 23 new camera models from Fujifilm, Hasselblad, Leaf, Nikon, Olympus, Panasonic, Pentax, Phase One, Ricoh and Sony. Over 25 new lens correction profiles have been added too, including for the Canon EF 14mm f/2.8L and several Nikon primes, plus a number of bugs have been squashed.
September 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Wacom introduces three new Bamboo tablets
Wacom has introduced three new Bamboo pen-based tablet input devices, the Bamboo Connect, the Bamboo Capture, and the Bamboo Create.
September 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
BJP on audio slideshows
The British Journal of Photography has recently published an article on pairing sound with still images in audio slideshows. The piece discusses the added aesthetic and journalistic impact audio can bring to a picture essay, as well as the obstacles involved in producing multimedia pieces.
September 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Photosmith for iPad updated to v1.1
Photosmith v1.1, an update of the app for Apple's iPad that allows sorting, rating, captioning and keywording of pictures on the go, and then later syncing those pictures and metadata to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, is now available. The new version addresses several bugs, improves stability, introduces compatibility with the upcoming iOS 5 and more.
September 28, 2011 | FULL STORY 
iQuickDoF Pro 1.2, depth-of-field simulator app for iOS released
iQuickDoF Pro 1.2 for iOS has been released. The app lets you simulate depth-of-field blur effects in iPhone or iPad photos using the iOS touch interface.
September 27, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Canon planning October 26 announcement for EOS system, PIXMA printers
An invitation being sent by Canon USA to technology journalists today hints at upcoming announcements in both the EOS camera and PIXMA printer lineups. Recipients are asked to set aside the evening of October 26, 2011 to attend an event in New York.
September 27, 2011 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC features the week's best in sports
MSNBC features a fine gallery of peak-action images in the Week in Sports Pictures.
September 27, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic features The Pacific
The Atlantic features another instalment of its excellent WWII retrospective with World War II: The Pacific Islands.
September 26, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times presents weekly best
The Los Angeles Times features The Week in Pictures: Sept. 19 - Sept. 25, 2011, a gallery of the week's best images from around the world.
September 26, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Best of the week captured in Post
The Denver Post photo blog features Pictures of the Week, Sept. 23, 2011.
September 26, 2011 | FULL STORY 
TIME LightBox features interesting pre-Olympic gallery
TIME LightBox features London 2012: Eating Their Wheaties, a gallery by Finlay MacKay and commissioned by London's National Portrait Gallery.
September 23, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Reuters posts best of August
Reuters features Pictures of the month: August, a large gallery of images from Reuters photographers from around the world.
September 23, 2011 | FULL STORY 
PhotoShelter: 14 most dangerous locations for photojournalists
PhotoShelter, the online archiving and image sales site, has published a fascinating, sobering blog post on some of the most troublesome spots in which to work as a photojournalist. Photographers from 14 locations worldwide briefly describe their experiences making pictures in war zones and elsewhere.
September 22, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Gaffers tape in a more convenient form
A quick post at PDNOnline alerted us to microGaffer tape, a professional quality gaffer's tape that comes in rolls that are only 1-inch wide and 8 yards long, meaning you can easily carry a roll in your pocket or slip it into a nook or cranny in your gear bag.
September 22, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic features NZ gallery
The Atlantic features A Trip Around New Zealand, an interesting gallery of life on the far-off island.
September 22, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Nikon releases Capture NX2 v2.2.8 updater
Nikon has released Capture NX2 v2.2.8 for Mac and Windows, an update that adds conversion support for RAW files captured with the P7100, J1 and V1 and corrects a bug in the Auto Lateral Color Aberration function.
September 22, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Nikon unveils J1 and V1 mirrorless cameras
Nikon today has unveiled the J1 and the V1, the company's first offerings in the growing mirrorless camera segment. They feature a trim and compact body, 10.1MP CMOS sensor and EXPEED 3 image processing, a hybrid AF system that combines both phase and contrast detect autofocus (and is claimed to be the world's fastest AF system), full resolution shooting with tracking autofocus at up to 10fps, NEF, JPEG and NEF+JPEG shooting, ISO 100-3200 (plus Hi-1), 1080p/30fps movie capture (plus reduced-resolution video capture at up to 1200fps) and promised overall performance that emphasizes speed of operation. Accompanying the new cameras are four dedicated lenses in the new 1 Nikkor lens system.
September 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Snapseed image editor free for 72 hours
Nik Software has announced that Snapseed, its slick image editor for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad, is free until September 23.
September 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Adobe posts some questions and answers about Carousel
On the Photoshop.com blog, Adobe Carousel Product Manager Sumner Paine has posted some questions and answers about Carousel, Adobe's new cloud-based photo-sharing, editing, and collaboration ecosystem.
September 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
SI leads off with peak action
Sports Illustrated features Leading Off: Pictures of the Week, a collection of peak-action images.
September 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Best of week captured in Post blog
Captured, The Denver Post photo blog, features a fine collection of images in Pictures of the Week: September 19, 2011.
September 20, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Apparent Nikon mirrorless camera teaser posted
In what is most likely a teaser for the much-rumoured Nikon mirrorless camera or cameras, a Nikon-themed website is now running a countdown timer with only about 1.5 days left.
September 19, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic adds to WWII galleries
The Atlantic features another in its excellent World War II retrospective with World War II: The Eastern Front.
September 19, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Getty to shoot London 2012 Olympics in 3D
Getty Images has announced it will shoot some of its coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games in 3D. The agency says that it will deploy a handful of dedicated 3D photographers among its crew of about 60 shooters total for the Games.
September 19, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Wacom announces Cintiq 24HD, 24-inch pen-sensitive display
Wacom has announced the Cintiq 24HD, the third and largest of the company's pen-sensitive displays, which are essentially combined graphics tablets and monitors. The Cintiq 24HD has a resolution of 1900 x 1200 pixels and design enhancements aimed at improving ergonomics.
September 19, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Someone's missing a 24-105 zoomer
A CNN clip shows what's left of a Canon 24-105mm zoom lens which fell from the sky through a California lady's roof, leaving a 15-cm (6-inch) hole.
September 19, 2011 | FULL STORY 
TIME's LightBox features week's best
TIME's LightBox features a gallery of interesting images in The Best Pictures of the Week, September 9 - September 16.
September 18, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times week's best well worth a look
The Los Angeles Times features The Week in Pictures: Sept. 12 - 18, 2011, a fine collection of the week's best images from around the globe.
September 18, 2011 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC highlights air show crash
MSNBC features Plane crashes at the Reno air show, a gallery of images showing the dramatic and deadly accident.
September 18, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Climbers explore canyons of the Blue Mountains
National Geographic features Deep Down Under, an interesting gallery of images from the deep and mysterious canyons of Australia's Blue Mountains.
September 16, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Canon introduces 12MP S100 compact camera with 24-120mm zoom
Canon has announced the PowerShot S100, an update of the diminutive S95 compact digital camera that features a 12 million image pixel Canon-developed CMOS sensor, 24-120mm (35mm frame equivalent) zoom with fast f/2.0 maximum aperture, built-in GPS, Digic 5 processor, RAW format recording, 1080p/24fps video capture, 3.0-inch (diagonal) rear LCD and compatibility with Canon's optically-triggered HF-DC2 High-Power Flash accessory.
September 15, 2011 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC sports gallery worth finding
Check out this MSNBC page under Top Slideshows for the Week in Sports Pictures.
September 15, 2011 | FULL STORY 
A new football season marches on
The Big Picture from The Boston Globe features a gallery of peak action football images as the 2011 NFL season kicks off.
September 15, 2011 | FULL STORY 
SI leads off with a good one
Sports Illustrated's Leading Off: Pictures of the Week gallery offers a fine selection of peak-action moments this week.
September 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Rangefinder posts tutorial on quick and easy background dropouts
Rangefinder magazine has posted a tutorial by photographer Dave Montizambert showing a technique for performing fast background dropouts—i.e. compositing a new background into an image. In the tutorial, Montizambert shows how he simulates daylight in a studio using one light, then realistically drops an outdoor background into the image behind his model.
September 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
ACLU posts guidance on photographers' rights in U.S.
The American Civil Liberties Union has posted a guide to the rights of photographers in the U.S. It outlines rules about photographing in public locations, as well as photographing and videotaping police in the course of their duties, all of which are constitutionally protected activities in the U.S.
September 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Camera Bits posts final version of Photo Mechanic 4.6.8
Initially available as a trio of public betas, Camera Bits has now posted the final version of Photo Mechanic 4.6.8 for Mac and Windows. The latest release of the speedy pro photo browser and longtime anchor in our own workflow corrects incompatibilities introduced by Mac OS X Lion, while both Mac and Windows versions add support for RAW files captured with the Olympus E-PL2, Panasonic DMC-GF2 and DMC-GH2 and fix a handful of minor bugs.
September 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
SanDisk unveils USB 3.0 reader, faster and higher capacity Extreme Pro SDHC/SDXC (updated)
SanDisk has unveiled a revised line of Extreme Pro SDHC/SDXC memory cards rated to deliver 90MB/s write and 95MB/s read speeds (the previous Extreme Pro SDHC carried a 45MB/s rating). The revamped Extreme Pro series will come in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB SDHC plus a new 64GB SDXC capacity. SanDisk has also announced the ImageMate All-in-One USB 3.0 Reader, a multi-format card reader that supports CompactFlash Type I, SD/SDHC/SDXC plus several other card types.
September 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
SanDisk and Eye-Fi announce co-branded SDHC cards for Europe
SanDisk and Eye-Fi have teamed up to sell the latter company's Wi-Fi/memory SDHC cards in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The co-branded SanDisk Eye-Fi cards will be available where SanDisk products are sold in these regions.
September 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Phottix Odin TTL wireless radio trigger for Canon to ship September 20
Phottix will begin shipping Odin, its 2.4GHz wireless TTL trigger system for Canon digital SLR cameras, on September 20. First introduced as the Helios at Photokina 2010, the system is comprised of a four-channel, three-group on-camera transmitter and a receiver module for Canon Speedlites.
September 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Stars appear as astronomy POY selected
The BBC features Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2011, an interesting clip with beautiful images along with a narration from two judges who describe the winning entries.
September 13, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Photographers launch fundraising effort for children of photojournalist Anton Hammerl
A large group of well-known photographers have donated images to be sold in a fundraising effort for the three children of South African photojournalist Anton Hammerl, who was killed last April while covering the civil war in Libya as a freelancer. Sponsored by the non-profit Reporters Without Borders, the initiative is offering prints for sale through a web site with proceeds benefitting Hammerl's family.
September 13, 2011 | FULL STORY 
PDN: Why photographers love Tumblr
PDNOnline has posted a story on photographers who have embraced Tumblr, the micro-blogging platform. Because it is highly visual, social, and easy-to-use, Tumblr lends itself to informal photo blogging, according to the PDN story, which includes comments from Magnum photographer Alec Soth, who was one of four photographers in a Magnum project earlier this year that published via Tumblr.
September 13, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic features 9/11 galleries
Marking 10 years after 9/11, The Atlantic features a pair of remarkable galleries in 9/11: The Day of the Attacks and 9/11: The Decade Since, an interesting collection of images.
September 10, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times features best of week
The Los Angeles Times features a fine selection of images in The Week in Pictures: Sept. 6 - 11.
September 10, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Nikon issues cryptic "comment on media reports"
Nikon Inc.'s corporate web site in Japan has issued an unusual two-sentence comment noting that the company has not announced an unspecified new imaging product that may have been mentioned in recent media reports. This may be a reference to a "next-generation" camera whose existence was revealed by a Nikon spokeswoman paraphrased in a recent Bloomberg News article.
September 9, 2011 | FULL STORY 
ShutterSnitch 2.1.6 released
ShutterSnitch 2.1.6 for the Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, our favourite app for receiving pictures from a wireless camera, implements minor feature tweaks and bug fixes.
September 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Infrastructure the key to prosperity
Foreign Policy features The Road to Prosperity, a gallery of images showing China's commitment to improving its infrastructure.
September 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Hockey world in shock after crash
The Frame from The Sacramento Bee features a gallery of images showing the shock and sadness in the hockey world after a jet crash in Russia killed 43 members of Lokomotiv Yaroslavl pro hockey team.
September 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Nik announces Color Efex Pro 4
Nik has announced Color Efex Pro 4, an update to the company's retouching and creative effects plug-in for Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, and Apple Aperture. The update adds new filters, greater control over filter combinations, a history browser, and more.
September 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Bloomberg: Without mirrorless offerings, Canon and Nikon SLR market share drops significantly in Japan
A Bloomberg article pins a recent 35 percent drop in combined market share for Canon and Nikon, in their home market of Japan, on the lack of mirrorless interchangeable lens offerings from the two SLR heavyweights. The article indicates that consumers in the country are among the world's earliest adopters of the smaller, lighter cameras, which lack a traditional SLR-type mirror but still allow for lenses to be swapped. In Japan, over 40 percent of July sales in the SLR category (in which mirrorless models are included) went to mirrorless cameras from Sony, Panasonic and others.
September 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Burning Man marks its 25th year
The Big Picture from The Boston Globe features Burning Man at 25 years, a gallery of unusual images from the 25th Burning Man festival held in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada.
September 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
What happened the week before 9/11
Ten years after, The Atlantic features 9/11: The Week Before, an interesting gallery about what was happening in the world the week before the the attacks of 9/11.
September 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
onOne announces Perfect Photo Suite 6, plus new and updated editions of other plug-ins
onOne Software has announced Perfect Photo Suite 6, the newest edition of the company's suite of plug-ins for Photoshop, and, now, for Apple Aperture, and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. The suite includes a new application called Perfect Portrait 1, and updated or redesigned versions of Perfect Effects 3 (formerly Photo Tools), Perfect Layers, Perfect Mask (formerly Mask Pro), and others.
September 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Adobe announces Carousel multiple-device photo syncing service (updated)
Adobe has unveiled Carousel, a subscription-based service designed to automatically and seamlessly synchronize photos between multiple iOS devices and Macs, so that the same collection of photos resides on each device.
September 7, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Galleries focus on Texas wildfires
Internet sites featuring galleries on the wildfires in Texas include Wildfires scorch Texas from MSNBC and More Texas Wildfires from The Atlantic.
September 7, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Raw Developer 1.9.2 released
Iridient Digital has released Raw Developer 1.9.2, an update to the company's raw conversion program for the Mac OS. The update adds some performance improvements and support for new cameras, including the Nikon D5100, the Olympus E-P3 and E-PL3, and the Sony NEX-C3 and NEX-5N, among others.
September 7, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Topaz Labs releases B&W Effects Photoshop plug-in
Topaz Labs has released B&W Effects, a Photoshop compatible plug-in for converting images to black-and-white with a variety of preset looks and effect controls. It can also be used with Apple Aperture and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. Until September 18, 2011, B&W Effects is available for US$29.99.
September 7, 2011 | FULL STORY 
New iOS app sends photos directly to Photoshop CS5
Software developer Flying Car has released an iOS app called Acquire for Photoshop. It uses the iOS device's camera to capture an image and open it directly in Photoshop CS5 running on a computer connected to the same WiFi network as the device.
September 6, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Mamiya presenting free webinar on large sensor digital photography
Mamiya is offering a free webinar on September 7, 2011 on large sensor digital photography using Mamiya cameras, Leaf digital backs, and Phase One Capture One software. Two sessions are being offered, one at 11:00am EDT and the other at 1:00pm EDT.
September 6, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic features The North African Campaign
The Atlantic features the latest in its WWII series with World War II: The North African Campaign.
September 5, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Two-time Pulitzer winning DOP quits rather than lay off staffers
The Dayton (Ohio, USA) Business Journal reports that Dayton Daily News Director of Photography Larry Price, who has won two Pulitzer Prizes for photojournalism, resigned last week. Price quit rather than carry out instructions to lay off half the newspaper's staff photographers.
September 2, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Rangefinder reviews Epson 4900 17" printer
Rangefinder magazine has reviewed the Epson Stylus Pro 4900, the latest iteration of the company's 17-inch professional pigment ink printer.
September 2, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Speedotron acquired by owner of Photogenic, Norman
Speedotron is the latest photography lighting equipment firm to be bought up by PromarkBRANDS, a company whose past acquisitions include Photogenic, Norman and Smith-Victor. Speedotron's sales, service and manufacturing operations are to be moved to PromarkBRAND's facility in Bartlett, Illinois in the months ahead.
September 1, 2011 | FULL STORY 
LPA Design releases firmware for MiniTT1, FlexTT5 and PowerST4
After a public beta period, LPA Design has officially released new firmware for both the Canon and Nikon versions of the PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5, as well as the PowerST4 remote power control module for Elinchrom RX.
September 1, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Fujifilm announces X10 advanced compact
Fujifilm has announced the X10, an advanced point-and-shoot camera with a 12 million image pixel 2/3-inch format EXR CMOS sensor and a 7.1-28.4mm f/2.0-2.8 (28-112mm 35mm equivalent) manual zoom lens.
September 1, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Samsung announces NX200 compact system camera
Samsung has announced the NX200, a new compact system camera with a 19.96 million image pixel APS-C format CMOS sensor. The camera has a small rangefinder-style metal body. Other features include 1080p 30fps video capability, 7fps maximum burst speed, and an ISO range from 100-12,000.
September 1, 2011 | FULL STORY 
  XQD, Ethernet and the Nikon D4 (View)
  LPA Design announces PocketWizard Plus III transceiver (View)
  Announced: Nikon D800 with 36.15 million image pixel sensor (View)
  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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