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ProGrade Digital is a brand new memory card brand founded by former executives of memory maker Lexar.

In June 2017 parent company Micron unexpectedly announced the end of Lexar, but the brand... more

In this post, I’ll share the story and results of a recent experiment I did with lighting a model with a neon light. I was hanging out with a friend in a local coffee shop when he showed me an awesome album artwork he saw online.

It was for the album... more

For Canon and Nikon shooters looking to get a fast ultrawide, the choices in the past have been the Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8... more

Apple just released this 1-minute video that offers a short and sweet behind-the-scenes explanation of how the company created the Portrait Lighting feature found in the latest iPhones.

Apple says it started out by studying the art of portraiture through the history of art, from paintings to photographs. After doing that research, the company then reached out to “global image makers” and some of the world’s best photographers.

Software developers then... more

How does SpaceX get such clear and detailed imagery and footage of its rocket launches? Here’s a 5-minute video fromPrimal Spacethat answers that question.

With a rocket... more

The film renaissance marches on. Kodak Alaris just announced today that it will be bringing back Kodak Professional T-MAX P3200 TMZ, the multi-speed panchromatic black-and-white negative film.

P3200 TMZ has a nominal film speed of ISO 800, but the “P” designation means that it’s designed to be push-processed to EI 3200 or higher.

“This film excels when shooting in low light or when capturing fast action,” Kodak Alaris says. “It is... more

Here’s a straightforward guide on how to get something more out of your waterfall shots. The idea to this guide came to me when I recently visited Iceland again and kept seeing everyone taking the same shots at the famous waterfalls. Even the professional photographers with very expensive gear were just planting their tripod in the ground, putting on a wide angle with an ND filter and were all taking the same shots.

Granted, the waterfalls in Iceland are impressive and... more

Sigma has just announced the pricing and availability of its new 14-24mm f/2.8 Art lens, and the new details won... more

When Sigma announced the 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM Art lens, the company held off on sharing pricing or availability. Fortunately, Sigma didn't make us wait long, revealing today that the ultra-wide angle zoom will ship in mid-March for the very reasonable price of $1,300.

Sigma is not being bashful about this lens. The press release announcing the price and availability of the new Art lens reads:

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Fossum's team has created a prototype chip with a variety of pixel designs and readout methods. This included combinations with sufficiently low read noise to allow individual photons to be counted.

The future could include sensors that perfectly describe the light in the scene, that offer new computational possibilities and give film-like latitude in the highlights.... more

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