• 22 Oct0
    Joey L, Photographer

    Joey L, Photographer

        Joey L is one of the most interesting photographers out there. He came out of nowhere with astonishing work while still in his teens. At an age when most of us are trying to figure out which way is up, he started traveling the world, swimming in and out of exotic cultures like […]

     
  • 20 Oct0
    Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera

    Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera

        A group of German researchers have developed a 360 degree panoramic camera that utilizes 36 2 megapixel cell phone cameras arranged on the surface of the ball. An accelerometer predicts when the ball will reach its apex when thrown, the moment when the cameras capture the spherical image.  It’s not a product yet […]

     
  • 18 Oct0
    Canon Announces New Flagship DSLR, the EOS 1D-X

    Canon Announces New Flagship DSLR, the EOS 1D-X

      With the announcement of the 1D-X, Canon combined and upgraded its two flagship DSLRs, the 1DS mk III and 1D mk IV. Some of the rumors proved true, such as the convergence of the 1DS and 1D lines, but most of the speculation were as off base as most of the iPhone 5 fantasies. […]

     
  • 14 Oct0
    Photo Pro India Workshop: Holi and Holy Sites

    Photo Pro India Workshop: Holi and Holy Sites

          In late February I will lead four to five clients to one of the most exciting events a photograher could imagine, Holi, the Festival of Colors in India. Throngs crowd the streets and pack themselves into temple squares where participants fling colored powder and water on one another, a festive chaos that […]

     
  • 14 Oct0
    Project Photography in Luminuous Landscape

    Project Photography in Luminuous Landscape

      Luminous Landscape posted my article concerning how shooting with a project in mind can inform and improve one’s photography. http://tinyurl.com/3hpz2rr

     
  • 5 Oct0
    Awesome Unroped Rock Climbing in Yosemite

    Awesome Unroped Rock Climbing in Yosemite

      I’ve watched some of the most celebrated solo free climbers move unroped up fantastically difficult terrain, but Alex is pushing the limits and doing so with ultimate calm as seen in this 60 Minutes segment. (Image by Jimmy Chin, published by National Geographic)   http://tinyurl.com/4xjd94m

     
  • 1 Oct0
    8×10 Film vs. the Phase One IQ180

    8×10 Film vs. the Phase One IQ180

          A recent post in Luminous Landscape compares Phase One’s top of the line back, the 80 megapixel IQ180, against 8×10 transparencies. The view camera holds some clear advantages against the digital back in the Phase One body, most notably better glass. The reviewer included an Alpa technical camera to create a level […]