Google offer an interesting solution with their Photos platform for storing your images. If you’re fine with storing JPEGs (and video) up to 16 Mpx (and up to FullHD) you get unlimited free storage with Google Photos. You can also store higher resolution videos and raw images but these will count to your storage quota.
It’s this time of the year and it’s time to make your booking for the next year’s (it’s coming soon) Societies Photographic Convention. All photographers, from enthusiasts to professionals, attend this event every year. And if you book now, you can attend for free. This year’s (or actually next year’s as it’s always in January)
This blog is mainly about Photoshop and Lightroom but also about photography (and a bit of videography). So today, I’d like to share with you a composition I have created about a trail I recently started doing. It’s called “Glówny Szlak Sudecki” or “Main Sudetes Trail” in English. It’s second longest mountain trail in Poland
Six years ago Kodak discontinued Ektachrome – a legendary film. Last year, Kodak announced that it was bringing Ektachrome back… and now they’re going to fullfill what they promised. New Kodak Ektachrome is not available for sale yet but Kodak is starting to send some sample films to select photographers for testing. Recently, on their
Fujifilm have unveiled the first long serious telephoto lens – XF 200mm F2 R LM OIS WR. The lens is sealed against dust and moisture and it has 19 elements with two ED elements and one Super ED. Focusing is quick and quiet thanks to linear motors. It laso has an Image Stabiliser, which reduces
Video is here to stay and it will only get bigger. It’s been about ten years since Nikon introduced video mode in its D90 camera. And now, every camera (and smartphone) has a video mode. Even more, almost every new camera and smartphone can now shoot not only in Full HD but also in 4K.
Drew Gardner, a commercial photographer, got an assigment for The Telegraph, the British newspaper, to shoot a massive image of the Queen’s birthday parade. As he said, he likes shooting gigapixel images to record events. And this image he shot of the British Royal Family, is composed of more than 100 images that were shot
Fujifilm recently made their software – Fujifilm X Raw Studio – available to download. Initially, the software is only available for Mac users but is is going to be available for PC users in February, too. What’s very interesting about Fujifilm X Raw Studio is that the raw conversion software (that’s what it is in
There are many myths around mirrorless cameras, which I’m going to demistify and clarify here. Low Pixel Count Mirrorless cameras like DSLRs have different pixel counts but they’re not lower than their DSLR counterparts, i.e. Sony Alpha 7 II has 42.4 Mpx and Fujifilm GFX 50S has 51.4 Mpx. Small Sensors Mirrorless cameras have exactly
Starting on 1st of October, Getty Images will ban images that are “Photoshopped”. This is in accordance with the law, which comes into life in France on 1st of October, which requires digital images that have been retouched to have a label notifying users about the changes. Getty Images will no longer accept images, where