Sometimes a spectacular image happens when you least expect it. Damien Demolder explains how playing the active fortune teller and being in the right place with the right camera settings can create a single cohesive moment.
The results are in and Jonathan Redfearn has been named the winner of the Urban Landscape round of Bridgestone’s ongoing landscape photography competition.
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Few were expecting Nikon to launch the D810. The first question many asked upon hearing the news (after asking about the Nikon D810′s price tag, of course) was ‘what could be improved’. In this Nikon D810 vs D800 comparison, Rod Lawton, editor of the Nikon magazine N-Photo, explains what’s new and what’s not in Nikon’s latest full-frame DSLR.
Nikon has officially unveiled the 36.3-megapixel Nikon D810 – price tag £2699.99 (€3299) body only – which Nikon says offers “the highest image quality in Nikon’s history.” The release date for this Nikon D800 replacement will be 17 July 2014. Chief among the Nikon D810′s key features is a newly developed 36.3-megapixel FX CMOS sensor, [...]
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As well as announcing updates to 14 desktop apps in its Creative Cloud suite, Adobe has confirmed that its photography program, which was previously billed as a special offer, will be a permanent feature.
The plan includes access to the Photoshop CC and Lightroom desktop applications with free upgrades when they are available, mobile and web apps, 20 GB of cloud storage and a Behance ProSite for £8.78/US$9.99/AU$9.99 per month when you sign up for a one-year plan.
Welcome to the latest instalment of our new weekly photography news section, with the stories that matter to serious photographers, along with pithy comment and insightful analysis
Get start files for the July 2014 issue’s Photoshop Elements and DxO ViewPoint tutorials