If you are looking for a good quality camera case at a great price and "Pepper Red" is your color, then Adorama
has a deal for you. While supplies last, get the Lowepro Nova Sport 17L AW Shoulder Bag
for only $16.95 (regularly $47.95).
Details about the case are sparse on the product page, but the following information is from Lowepro's site: Fits
- DSLR with lens attached (up to 18-105mm)
- 1-3 extra lenses (up to 70-300mm)
- Flash and/or accessories
- 10" tablet
- Personal items
- Internal Dimensions: 29 x 17.7 x 21 cm (11.42 x 6.97 x 8.27 in)
- External Dimensions: 35.5 x 22.5 x 23.7 cm (13.98 x 8.86 x 9.33 in)
- Camera Compartment: 26 x 15.5 x 20 cm (10.24 x 6.10 x 7.87 in)
- Weight: 0.8 kg (1.76 lbs)
Lightroom for mobile Android 1.2 now available
Tonight we’re announcing the immediate availability of Lightroom version 1.2 for Android phones and tablets.
- Edit images faster by copying image adjustments and pasting them onto another photo
- Crop the perfect photo with a re-designed experience on your Android device that enables you to quickly adjust, align and auto-straighten.
- Easily find your favorite images! The new Segmented view in Collections give you a different way to view and engage with your photos.
- Raw file support for the Panasonic Lumix CM1 Communication Camera
Version 1.2 also includes fixes for bugs and other issues identified by customers, including:
- Screen occasionally went blank after changing the orientation from landscape to portrait.
- Lightroom could crash when customers tap the sign-in button.
- Fixed issue that could cause crashes when scrolling through a large collection and changing the device orientation from portrait to landscape (or vice versa).
- Hardware back button was not closing any contextual menus.
- Slow performance when swiping from image to image.
- Copying or moving an image into a different collection was not working correctly. Please note that this issue only occurred on certain Samsung tablets.
- Lightroom sometimes caused automated logouts.
- Edits not visible when sharing photos to certain 3rd party apps and services.
- Crash occurred when occasionally navigating from grid view to collections view.
Visit the Google Play store
and download Lightroom mobile. Adobe's Creative Cloud Photography Plan
(USD$9.99 per month) includes Lightroom CC across desktop, web and mobile, Photoshop CC and Photoshop Mix (for iPhone and iPad).
Through the end of this week, use coupon code PXPRINT20
to save 20%
on prints and coupon code PXCOLLAGE20
to save 20%
on collages at AdoramaPix
by Sean Setters
Often we see a location, capture the image, post-process and move on. After that, being in the same location can feel a bit like, "...been there, done that." But shooting the same location multiple times - if given the opportunity - can be very beneficial.
Last year was my first experience visiting Oak Island, NC. I brought [what I would consider] a small photography kit and captured many worthwhile images while on vacation. While planning a return trip this year, however, the recent shark attacks in North Carolina (and Oak Island in particular) meant that I was less than eager to enjoy even modestly deep water off the beach this year. In other words, I knew I'd have more time to devote to other endeavors.
Therefore, taking advantage of the photographic opportunities the island had to offer became an even higher-than-usual priority for my vacation. I packed substantially more gear this time around and I challenged myself to create at least one image I was proud of each day. On image in particular that I wanted to capture was a long exposure of the Oak Island pier similar to the shot in IR
that I took last year, but this time using a traditional (but very strong) ND filter. I purchased a Rocolax 15-stop ND filter
in anticipation of shooting the pier again this year.
Fast forward to yesterday - my first full day in Oak Island this year - and I was out the door soon after sunrise. Why not before sunrise? Because the position of the rising sun meant that it wouldn't be a subject included in any of the pier compositions I wanted to capture (Oak Island faces south meaning I would have had to have been in the water to capture the pier with the rising sun). What was important, though, was that I shoot early (soon after sunrise) in order to get the low-on-the-horizon sunlight that I wanted for illuminating the pier.
My experience shooting the pier the previous year meant that I could plan [almost] everything about the image capture so that my time and attention could be utilized in the most productive way possible. I knew where to park, how to access the area under the pier and exactly how much time would be required traveling from the front door of the beach house to the shooting location. And, using time of optimal illumination was especially important in this instance because my exposures would be measured in minutes, not seconds.
For all intents and purposes, I was able to capture the image I wanted (plus another framing) without a hitch. The only thing I didn't take into consideration was the tide level (high tide) which meant that I had to position myself closer to the beach with the end result that the pier was not as tall in the foreground of this image compared to last year's image.
After processing the image I realized that being able to shoot the same location, one year apart, was a really great experience. Some of the benefits include:
- Familiarity with a location means that you can better plan your shots, pack the right gear and optimize your time while capturing images.
- Challenging yourself to capture the same location in different ways is a great creative exercise.
- Shooting the same location periodically - with a good amount of time between attempts - can help illustrate how your photography is growing/evolving over time.
In the end, I was happy with how the shot turned out. It looks very similar to the shot I had in my head meaning that all my planning and recent experience in long exposure photography paid off. I'm roughly 95% happy with the image; and that nagging 5% should provide ample incentive to shoot the pier yet again with another year of photographic experience under my belt.
results from the EOS 5Ds R
have been added to the Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L USM Lens Review
This is another of my favorite lenses. Not ony for the amazingly wide angles it provides, but for the solid image quality at those wide angles. B&H
has the Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L USM Lens
From the Vimeo Blog
If you work with multiple cameras, you’ve probably run into the same issue we have. Our battery charging situation is out of control. Taking some inspiration from Vimeo Award-winner and vid-blogging extraordinaire Casey Neistat, we set out to build a battery charging station to add a little zen to the Vimeo Production studio. Shopping List