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July 2010 News  
AC3 ZoneController released; U.S. MiniTT1/FlexTT5 rebates announced
LPA Design has begun shipping the PocketWizard AC3 ZoneController for Canon to its distributors. This means it will arrive "in retail stores in many markets within a couple weeks," says an LPA Design statement. In addition, MAC Group, the U.S. distributor of PocketWizard products, has announced a US$25 rebate on the MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 for Canon.
July 31, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Canon now shipping EOS 7D kit with barcode reader support
Canon has quietly begun shipping a special EOS 7D kit aimed at high volume shooters that includes support for barcode scanners and has the ability to embed barcode data directly into the picture's metadata. The camera also includes a menu and setting lockout feature not currently found in stock 7D bodies. The kit, comprised of an EOS 7D body and Wireless File Transmitter WFT-E5A, is arriving at dealers now in the U.S.*UPDATED*
July 30, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Reminder: Last chance to order Einstein 640 at US$440 price
On August 1, the price of an Einstein 640 monolight will rise to US$499.95 when ordered from Paul C. Buff in Nashville, Tennessee. If you want to make a purchase at the current price of US$439.95, now is the time.
July 30, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Fighter jet crash "one of the most unforgettable moments," says photographer
Lethbridge (Canada) Herald staff photographer Ian Martens thought the most memorable part of his workday last Friday would be a tandem jump with the Canadian Forces Skyhawks skydiving team. While returning to his car after the jump, and still shaky from the adrenaline rush, he paused to train his Nikon D300 on a CF-18 Hornet fighter jet being put through a slow, low-altitude pass over the Lethbridge airport in preparation for the weekend's Alberta International AirShow. Moments later, he would make a series of pictures of the pilot safely ejecting and the plane crashing that would be seen around the world. Read his account.*UPDATED*
July 30, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Discovered Ansel Adams negatives may have been shot by "Uncle Earl"
A California woman claims that her "Uncle Earl" is likely the photographer who shot the two boxes of glass negatives recently announced as being the early work of Ansel Adams. She produces as convincing evidence a photo shot by her uncle, Earl Brooks, that is eerily similar to one of the found glass negatives.
July 29, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Post blog features week's best
The Denver Post's photo blog features a fine collection of images in Pictures of the Week: July 30, 2010.
July 29, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Zoom H1 audio recorder ship date slips to August 20
Announced in June and originally slated to ship this week, the Zoom H1 is now to pegged for release on August 20. The H1, Zoom's smallest field audio recorder to date, should be a great complement to a digital SLR capturing video on location.
July 28, 2010 | FULL STORY 
VisibleDust now shipping Arctic Butterfly 724 (Super Bright) sensor brush
Earlier this month, VisibleDust began shipping the Arctic Butterfly 724 (Super Bright), a new version of its flagship digital SLR sensor cleaning brush. The primary change, relative to the Arctic Butterfly 724 (Brite) model it replaces, is the addition of a second LED on the handle for a brighter cast of light into the mirror box during the cleaning process.
July 28, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Nature photographer goes to great lengths
The UK's Telegraph features a gallery of Scott Linstead's high-speed images from the natural world.
July 28, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Updated beta of DualEyes audio-to-video sync software now available
Singular Software has posted build 3317 of DualEyes 1.0.0, a new beta version of its upcoming audio-to-video synchronization software.
July 28, 2010 | FULL STORY 
NPR features story on the influence of Rich Clarkson
National Public Radio features The Man Behind The Men Behind The Cameras, a story about Rich Clarkson, his influence on the photojournalists he mentored over the years and a slideshow of some of their best work.
July 27, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Found Ansel Adams negatives valued at US$200 million
Two boxes of glass negatives bought at a garage sale for US$45 have been authenticated as early photographs taken by landscape photographer Ansel Adams. The 65 negatives, believed to have been exposed between 1919 and the early 1930s, were recently appraised at up to US$200 million, based on the sales that could be generated from selling original prints and, presumably, the intrinsic value of the negatives themselves.
July 27, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Sony Alpha DSLR-A900 captures 71-gigapixel panorama of Budapest
A pair of Sony Alpha DSLR-A900 cameras were used to shoot what is claimed to be the world's highest resolution multi-image photograph to date, a 71 gigapixel, 360 degree panorama of Budapest. The project, sponsored by Sony, Microsoft and Epson was shot about two months ago from the city's Elisabeth Tower. The result is an extremely detailed if somewhat hazy look at the Hungarian capital.
July 27, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Apple to ship 12-core Mac Pro in August
For the Mac-based photographer wanting the highest performance possible in their computer, Apple will next month begin shipping a Mac Pro desktop with up to 12 cores of Intel Xeon processing power, as well as a revamped line of four and eight core models. The new Mac Pro features a more powerful standard graphics card, the ATI 5770, plus the option of ordering the machine with up to four 512GB SSD drives and up to 32GB of RAM.
July 27, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Apple unveils 27-inch LED Cinema Display, revised iMacs and Magic Trackpad
Apple has announced the 27-inch LED Cinema Display, featuring an IPS display panel with LED backlighting, 2560 x 1440 resolution, a built-in video camera, microphone and speakers, a powered USB 2.0 hub and a MagSafe connector for powering the company's line up laptops. In addition, both the 21.5-inch and 27-inch iMac models have been revised to include faster processors and graphics, while Apple has also unveiled the Magic Trackpad, a US$69 accessory that brings the multi-touch gesturing capabilities of Apple's laptop line to the desktop.
July 27, 2010 | FULL STORY 
PocketWizard AC3 ZoneController ordering in Canada poised to commence
LPA Design's distributor in Canada has begun informing Canadian dealers that the Canon version of the PocketWizard AC3 ZoneController will be available for ordering later this week at a manufacturer's suggested list price of CDN$97. Update, July 27, 2010: Canadian distributor Daymen has amended its earlier note to dealers, saying that ordering and distribution of the AC3 in Canada has been delayed and will now begin in late August or early September.
July 26, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Underwater photographer Wes Skiles dies during dive
Underwater photographer Wes Skiles has died during a dive in Florida last week. Skiles, whose stunning photographs of underwater caves grace the cover and inside pages of the August 2010 issue of National Geographic, was 52. If you've not seen his work before (we hadn't), take a moment now to look at the amazing underwater world he captured with his camera.
July 26, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Water a problem in Pakistan
The Frame from The Sacramento Bee features a gallery of images on the Pakistan water crisis.
July 26, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Photo blog shows early work in colour photography
Captured, The Denver Post photo blog, features America in Color from 1939 - 1943, a large collection of interesting colour images from those days.
July 26, 2010 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC blog shows spectacular jet crash
MSNBC's Photo Blog features a sequence of images by Ian Martens of the Lethbridge Herald showing a CF-18 fighter jet pilot ejecting moments before the jet crashed.
July 23, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Whale of a picture in MSNBC's The Week in Pictures gallery
MSNBC's weekly gallery is always good and the July 15 - 22 edition is no exception.
July 23, 2010 | FULL STORY 
'Tis the season for stormy skies
The Big Picture from The Boston Globe features a worldwide gallery of dramatic images in Stormy skies.
July 23, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Last roll of Kodachrome shot by Steve McCurry, processed earlier this month
The last Kodachrome ever produced by Kodak, a 36-exposure roll for 35mm cameras, has been shot by photographer Steve McCurry and processed earlier this month at the only remaining facility capable of handling the venerable film stock.
July 23, 2010 | FULL STORY 
BP posts original and altered photos to Flickr
Oil giant BP, under fire in recent days for its extensive Photoshopping of certain images related to the company's oil spill response efforts, has posted to Flickr the original and manipulated versions of three photos, two of which include significant changing or removing of detail. The Flickr gallery includes a note from BP saying "we've instructed the photographer who created the images to refrain from cutting-and-pasting in the future and to adhere to standard photo journalistic best practices."
July 22, 2010 | FULL STORY 
LENS features the photos and views of Stanley Greene
The New York Times blog LENS features Stanley Greene's Redemption and Revenge, a gallery of his work and an interview with the man who is nothing if not very candid about disaster tourism, film versus digital and a number of other controversial topics.
July 22, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Firmware v1.2.2 for Canon EOS 7D released
Canon has posted for download firmware v1.2.2 for the EOS 7D. The release fixes three bugs, including one in which the aperture would change while focusing during movie capture. Misspellings in the Spanish and Thai menus have also been corrected.
July 22, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Dramatic oil spill images taken in Dalian, China
The Big Picture from The Boston Globe features dramatic images from an Oil Spill in Dalian, China.
July 21, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Stern gallery rife with good images
Stern's online magazine editors have gathered a collection images for a compelling pictures of the day gallery.
July 21, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Reuters: Canon working on small SLR-style digital camera
A Reuters story says that Canon is developing an SLR-style digital camera that is smaller than existing offerings and is meant to compete with mirrorless models from Sony, Olympus and Panasonic. In the July 20, 2010 article, Masaya Maeda, head of Image Communication Products at Canon in Japan, wouldn't say if the camera would also be mirrorless, only that "[t]here is a consumer need for good-quality cameras to be made smaller" and that his company "will meet that need."
July 20, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Bicycle use in Tour du Monde
Foreign Policy's online magazine features Tour du Monde, a gallery showing the importance of bicycles in the rest of the world and not just the Tour de France.
July 20, 2010 | FULL STORY 
24-70 light leak "not a problem with normal shooting" says Nikon USA
Nikon USA's stance on a possible distance panel light leak affecting the AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8G ED is that it's "not a problem with normal shooting." The company also says that any U.S. owner of the lens may request to have it inspected and "if deemed necessary Nikon will take the appropriate steps to address the issue." These are the highlights of a statement given in response to questions we posed to Nikon USA last week about the matter, which has been a hot topic on photography forums lately and which prompted several readers to ask for more information.
July 20, 2010 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC weekly gallery always good
MSNBC's weekly gallery is always filled with top images and the July 8-15 edition is no exception.
July 19, 2010 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC weekly gallery always good
MSNBC's weekly gallery is always filled with top images and the July 8-15 edition is no exception.
July 19, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Photo editor at The Dallas Morning News discovers altered golf picture
The Dallas Morning News photo editor Guy Reynolds tells how he spotted an altered sports picture in Getty Images' coverage of the recent Reno-Tahoe Open golf tournament. His discovery led to a mandatory photo "kill" from the picture service a short time later. *UPDATED*
July 19, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Hard to beat images in this race
The Big Picture from The Boston Globe features a gallery of superb images in the 2010 Tour de France - part 1.
July 16, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Stern sports gallery worth seeing
Stern's online magazine features a gallery of sports images which include some new images that are well worth a look.
July 16, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Reuters features World Cup best
Reuters features a 100-image gallery on the World Cup best.
July 16, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Monitor features Tour de France
The Christian Science Monitor features an interesting gallery of images on Scenes from the 2010 Tour de France.
July 15, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Collection from Spain action packed
The Big Picture from The Boston Globe features an interesting and very colourful gallery of images from the Festival of San Fermin, 2010.
July 14, 2010 | FULL STORY 
PhotoShelter posts video interview with photographer Tim Mantoani
PhotoShelter continues to find interesting topics to cover and interesting photographers to profile. Their latest effort is an extended video interview with Tim Mantoani in which he talks about his superb photographs, his passion for photography and his recent series of portraits of famous photographers together with their iconic work.
July 14, 2010 | FULL STORY 
New beta release issued for PocketWizard MiniTT1, FlexTT5 for Canon
LPA Design has issued public beta firmware 5.024 for the PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 wireless radio devices for Canon. The updated beta release improves operation with the Canon EOS 7D, EOS-1D Mark IV and EOS Rebel T2i/550D, adds support for the upcoming AC3 ZoneController as well as the AC9 and PowerST4 remote power control modules, corrects instances of rear curtain sync clipping and more.
July 14, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Lexar giving away Canon or Nikon digital SLR kit in contest
A randomly-selected winner will get their choice of a Canon or Nikon digital SLR kit in Lexar's Take the Next Shot contest. Running until July 31, 2010 and open to residents of the U.S., Canada, Australia and European Union member states, entering requires only that you "like" Lexar on Facebook and submit any photo.
July 14, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Oloneo launches PhotoEngine public beta
French software developer Oloneo has launched a public beta of PhotoEngine, its new application for digital photographers that, based on the company's demo videos, appears to offer powerful High Dynamic Range (HDR), tone mapping and RAW conversion capabilities.
July 13, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Final World Cup gallery worth seeing
The Big Picture from The Boston Globe features 2010 World Cup comes to a close, a gallery consisting of interesting moments as well as some peak action highlights.
July 12, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Photographers Bettina and Uwe Steinmueller release iPad app
Bettina and Uwe Steinmueller, fine art photographers and the team behind the Digital Outback Photo website, have produced a portfolio of their photographs as an app for the iPad and other Apple mobile devices. Called Fine Photo Show and available now for free, it's a pleasing way to view their landscape and interiors work and a good example of the usefulness of the iPad as a photo presentation platform.
July 12, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Paul C. Buff Einstein 640 price to rise next month
Paul C. Buff has announced that the price of its Einstein 640 monolight will rise to US$499.95 on August 1, 2010, up from US$439.95 now. The US$60 price increase applies to orders placed on or after that date and fulfilled by the company's U.S. operation.
July 12, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Official release of Photo Mechanic 4.6.5 now available
After a brief public beta period, the official release of Photo Mechanic 4.6.5 for Mac and Windows is now available. The maintenance update of the powerful photo importing, browsing, captioning and FTP transfer application implements minor feature tweaks, including the addition of new TIFF artist and copyright variables, and fixes a number of bugs in the Mac version in particular. Droplets created with Photoshop CS5 for Mac are also now recognized.
July 9, 2010 | FULL STORY 
X-Rite posts Lightroom 3-compatible ColorChecker Passport software
X-Rite has recently updated the camera calibration software for its ColorChecker Passport target. Version 1.0.2 is compatible with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 and improves both patch detection as well as the resulting profiles it creates for use within Adobe's RAW conversion products.
July 8, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Bloomberg: Nikon to introduce mirrorless SLR-style camera
A July 8, 2010 Bloomberg story quotes Nikon President Makoto Kimura as saying a new SLR-style camera is in the works that will likely be mirrorless and include "an enhanced function for video recording." He suggested the camera could come available in Nikon's current fiscal year or the next, which means it could emerge anytime between now and the end of March 2012.
July 8, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Galleries emerge from World Cup semi-final
Reuters captures the peak World Cup moments from Germany vs. Spain and The Denver Post Blog adds this gallery on the semi-final game.
July 8, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Summer is here
The Big Picture from The Boston Globe features Summer is here, a gallery of images on summer from around the world.
July 8, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Nikon releases D3S photos shot at International Space Station
Nikon has released a set of photos captured by the D3s and perhaps other Nikon digital SLRs at the International Space Station, including three that are full resolution captures from the company's flagship news and sports camera. To date, NASA has captured more than 700,000 photos with Nikon equipment.
July 8, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Survey reveals much about working as a photographer in Britain
"'Although the advent of digital has been fantastic, the flood-gates have been opened for all the 'johnny come saturdays' who don't undertake any training to become professional photographers overnight.'" These and other revealing quotations were gathered during a recent survey by The British Photographic Council of almost 1700 UK-based photographers. The results provide an interesting if gloomy snapshot of what it's like to earn a living behind the camera in that country.
July 7, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Adobe Lightroom 3 - The Missing FAQ now available
Adobe Lightroom 3 - The Missing FAQ, a comprehensive collection of answers to common and not-so-common Photoshop Lightroom 3 questions, is now available for purchase in both PDF and printed form. This edition of the ongoing series, written by UK-based Victoria Bampton and weighing in at over 100,000 words, is jam-packed with tips and information about Adobe's pro photo management and RAW conversion software. It's one of the most useful resources we've read on the topic.
July 7, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Dave Black releases The Way I See It app for iPad
Dave Black, a superb sports photographer who's also known for his lightpainting and small flash skills, has released The Way I See It as an app for Apple's iPad. This new version of his 2009 self-published book incorporates 50 of Black's photographs with explanations about them, both technical and conceptual. The iPad's crisp, colour accurate screen serves as a great place to display his work, though the non-zoomable text on many pages is uncomfortably small.
July 7, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Fishing featured around the world
Foreign Policy features The Long Haul, a photo essay on fishing around the world.
July 7, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Canon updates firmware for EOS-1D Mark IV, Rebel T2i/550D
Canon has released firmware v1.0.8 for both the EOS-1D Mark IV and EOS Rebel T2i/550D, correcting a "phenomenon in which the set aperture moves unexpectedly when shooting movies in manual exposure mode using some Canon lenses (such as macro lenses)." The problem affects both models, while the EOS-1D Mark IV firmware additionally fixes spelling mistakes in the French and Spanish menus.
July 7, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Software allows HP Z3200 series printers to create large format negatives
HP has announced a paper preset for its Z3200 series of photo printers that enables them to print negatives. Called Large Format Photo Negative and scheduled for release around the time of the Photokina 2010 trade show in the latter half of September, the free offering is aimed at photographers who want to output their scanned or digitally-captured work using traditional processes such as "cyanotype, photogravure, platinotypes, dye-transfer, gum bichromate and carbro."*UPDATED*
July 6, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Reuters features best of June
Reuters features Pictures of the month: June, the best images from the news agency's photojournalists throughout the world.
July 5, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Stopping action with the Paul C. Buff Einstein 640 monolight
The Paul C. Buff Einstein 640 is promised to be the first monolight to deliver both class leading colour temperature consistency and superior action stopping capability, one that also incorporates precise modeling light tracking, worldwide power compatibility and optional remote control of flash settings, all for under US$500 in the U.S. Does the Einstein 640 deliver? We weigh in, focusing primarily on its suitability for strobed sports in conjunction with the companion CyberSync wireless triggering system. We also look at the bright 11 inch Long Throw and even brighter 22 inch Retro Laser reflectors, and an upcoming surprise from Dynalite that, along with the Einstein 640, makes 2010 one heck of a year for indoor sports photographers who depend on flash.
July 4, 2010 | FULL STORY 
The Monitor features The flying car
The Christian Science Monitor features a gallery of images on The flying car, soon to be available for $194,000 and just approved by the FAA.
July 2, 2010 | FULL STORY 
The Denver Post features best of week
The Denver Post's large-image photo blog features Pictures of the Week: July 2, 2010.
July 2, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Canon USA adds third CPS repair facility, extends CPS tech support 24/7
Starting today, phone tech support for members of Canon USA's Canon Professional Services (CPS) program will be available every hour of every day, while a third U.S. service facility that can perform CPS repairs has also been established. The expansion, says a press release, stems from CPS membership growth since the program was opened to video shooters earlier this year.
July 1, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Photographer documents life on the water
The Washington Post features A look through the lens at Tylerton, on Maryland's Smith Island, a photo essay by Sarah L. Voisin.
July 1, 2010 | FULL STORY 
Adobe issues Photoshop CS5 bug fix update
An update to Photoshop CS5 for Mac and Windows corrects a number of bugs in the latest version of Adobe's flagship image editor.
July 1, 2010 | FULL STORY 
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  Dynalite revamps power pack lineup, releases high performance 1600ws pack (View)
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  Photokina 2010: Beyond the cameras, part 2 (View)
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  Canon Expo 2010 kicks off in New York (View)
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