Webinar – Adobe Lightroom Tricks & Tips Date – June 9th 2015, 15:30 GMT Guest Speaker: Richard Curtis – Adobe Principle Solutions Consultant
The Session will walkthrough features of Lightroom from version 4 to CC and focus on key points in the workflow that can make a huge difference to your photographs. Of course the Creative Cloud Photography plan is much more than the desktop apps, so we will be looking at integrating Lightroom mobile and Adobe slate into the image making process.
Richard Curtis is a Principal Solutions Consultant at Adobe and is focused on the Digital Imaging Solutions in the UK (Lightroom and Photoshop). Richard is also a Photographer with an interest in street, travel and landscape photography, and has been making images for over 20 years.
Richard will also be joined by Andrzej Szkorupinski from X-Rite Photo Europe, who will be discussing colour workflow with the ColorChecker Passport.
Swirl to Freedom with the World’s First Petzval Bokeh Control Lens
Bokeh Like a Boss Using the Bokeh Control Ring on the New Petzval 58, you’re totally free to determine the strength of the swirly bokeh in your photos. You can now get the characteristic swirly bokeh effect in ways it has NEVER been possible before. This revolutionary component is the first of its kind on a Petzval lens!
58mm Focal Length and Maximum f/1.9 Aperture The New Petzval 58 Bokeh Control Art Lens has a maximum aperture of f/1.9 and is a 58mm lens, which is a fantastic all-round focal length for portraits, landscapes and photos of your cat doing jumping jacks. We promise you will love shooting every scene with your New Petzval 58 in hand.
Premium Russian Glass Optics in a Beautiful Brass Body The New Petzval 58 Bokeh Control Art Lens features the finest quality Russian glass optics. Available in a brass or black finish, it’s designed to perfectly mirror the look of original 19th century Petzval lenses.
Look Back to the Future Joseph Petzval invented his revolutionary Petzval optic in 1840 — a hugely popular portrait lens that changed the world of photography. Now, 175 years later and building on our success with the Lomography New Petzval 85mm Lens in 2013, the New Petzval 58 Bokeh Control Lens is here to join the growing Lomography Art Lens Family. The lens has been specially developed to work with modern analogue and digital cameras and is available in Canon EF and Nikon F mounts (it’s also compatible with multitudes of other cameras such as the Sony A7, Fuji X-Pro 1 and Micro 4/3 Cameras using adapter mounts).
"This year marks the 10th anniversary of the EOS 5D DSLR series cameras and to celebrate the occasion, we've rounded up some helpful tips, tricks and tutorials related to this impressive series that can help you take your imagemaking skills to the next level"
This filter uses our XS-Pro Digital mount which is especially suited for DSLRs with wide angle and zoom lenses. It has a front thread for additional accessories. All XS-Pro Digital mounts are made of brass and are matte black to prevent reflections.
MRC Nano has an improved outer (8th) layer over regular MRC. The nanotechnology based characteristic (lotus effect) produces a better beading effect with water making the cleaning of this filter even simpler and faster than ever before.
Manufactured from Water-White Schott Glass
For what it's worth, B+W's XS-Pro lineup has become a personal favorite of Bryan's. They feature a ring that's thin enough not to cause noticeable vignetting on most wide-angle lenses yet still thick enough to be compatible with standard lens caps.
"Canon Ambassador Richard Walch recently shot a film for Quant cars with the EOS C100 Mark II and EOS 70D DSLRs. He explains to CPN Editor David Corfield the shoot’s unique requirements and why he chose these two cameras to get him the results he required..."
MELVILLE, N.Y., May 27, 2015 - Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, along with Ron Howard (two-time Academy Award Winner) and Josh Hutcherson (star of "The Hunger Games" franchise), have announced the names of 15 finalists in the Project Imagination: The Trailer contest. The contest, which drew a flood of submissions, encouraged people of all skill levels to turn their photos and video footage into movie trailers with titles, Hollywood style voice-overs and epic soundtracks.
The public is now able to vote through June 10 on the 15 finalists at imagination.usa.canon.com and then Ron Howard and Josh Hutcherson will select one winning trailer based on its overall impression, inspiration and imagination. The film is set to go into production this summer and will be written and directed by Kat Candler ("Hellion").
"As a veteran filmmaker, I appreciate the value of edge-of-your seat creativity in filmmaking, and that's what Project Imagination: The Trailer is all about," said Howard. "Josh and Kat are the perfect complements to what's sure to be an exhilarating exploration into the inspirational value of trailers."
"What's most exciting about this process is that I don't know what to expect," said Hutcherson.
"We were thrilled by the number of truly creative trailers that were submitted," said Yuichi Ishizuka, president and COO, Canon U.S.A., Inc. "And, we know that Ron, Josh and Kat will honor the power of everyday moments to inspire something really fascinating."
The 15 chosen finalists are:
JR Poli of North Lauderdale, Fla., with "Everything is Mean"
Anna Fuller of Louisville, Ky., with "A Reader and a Writer"
Jan Garcia of Union City, Calif., with "The Life and Times"
Ben Alagna of Los Angeles, Calif., with "Siren"
Ryan McDowell of Campbell, Calif., with "Borderless"
Mina Park of Los Angeles, Calif., with "Calling Card"
Rachel Bingham of Sandy, Utah, with "Ninja School"
Zack Murray of Odessa, Fla., with "Spin"
Jonathan Spencer of Charleston, Mass., with "The 18-Hour Proposal"
Matt Sconce of Oakhurst, Calif., with "The Hunt"
Ryan Lawson of Chicago, Ill., with "Bubbles"
Giordan Moore of Springfield, Mass., with "The Clumsy Shoveler"
Marc Geiger of Lancaster, Calif., with "Stuck"
Mark Mukherjee of Tampa, Fla., with "Tainted Water"
Nic Thorson of Sherman Oaks, Calif., with "Project Six"
For the third iteration of Project Imagination, Francesca Silvestri and Kevin Chinoy of Freestyle Picture Company are once again producing the film, this time with Josh Hutcherson.
TOKYO, May 28, 2015 — Canon Inc. announced today the celebration this year of the 10th anniversary of the introduction of the Company’s EOS 5D series of digital single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras. Launched in September 2005, the EOS 5D enabled advanced-amateur users to take advantage of the impressive high-image-quality performance and photographic expression unique to digital SLR cameras equipped with a 35 mm full-frame sensor, which, at the time, primarily targeted only professional-level users.
At the time of its launch in September 2005, full-frame CMOS sensors were only made available in professional-level models. In addition to being the first advanced-amateur digital SLR camera to incorporate a sensor of this size, the EOS 5D was offered at a competitive price, contributing to the popularization of full-frame-sensor cameras.
Furthermore, in November 2008, Canon launched the second-generation model in the series: the EOS 5D Mark II. The camera, which was the first in the EOS series to include a function enabling the capture of Full HD video, facilitated the widespread adoption of digital SLR cameras as a tool for capturing video. The EOS 5D Mark II made big waves in the motion picture and video production industries by delivering the exceptional image quality and impressive subject background blur unique to SLR cameras, while also allowing users to take advantage of Canon’s rich interchangeable EF lens lineup spanning over 64 models, enabling a wide spectrum of imaging expression possibilities.
In March 2012, Canon introduced the EOS 5D Mark III, featuring dramatic improvements in still-image and video quality as well as enhanced AF precision and a faster maximum continuous shooting speed. Since its launch, the EOS 5D Mark III has garnered high acclaim in the market and, as the Company’s core advanced-amateur digital SLR camera, has come to serve as a driving force for the EOS series.
Canon, through the in-house production of all key parts for its EOS series digital cameras, has made possible a highly robust lineup, ensuring that each and every model within the series, including EOS 5D-series models, is equipped with the optimal sensor. To support the diverse needs of users, Canon will further strengthen its entire EOS-series interchangeable-lens camera lineup, including the EOS 5D series, which enjoys the widespread support of professional and advanced-amateur users alike, with the aim of contributing to expanding the photographic and video imaging culture.