We are very proud to announce that David Shaw has won our joint competition with the international sight-saving charity ORBIS to win an exclusive photo assignment in Nepal.
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Adobe has announced the launch of Photoshop Elements 12, the latest version of its popular budget photo editing software.
Adobe Photoshop Elements 12 – priced £78.15, or £63.49 to upgrade from an older version – incorporates new mobile capabilities and a handful of new tools.
Nikon has announced the world’s first waterproof interchangeable lens camera, the Nikon 1 AW1. In our hands-on review video we ‘look under the hood’ at how it was designed and what other features it has to offer.
Following much speculation, Nikon has confirmed a Nikon AW1 price tag – £749.99 for the body + Nikon’s new 11-27.5mm lens – and a release date of 10 October 2013.
Adobe has offered an olive branch to photographers and reduced the Photoshop CC price tag.
Canon has refreshed its range of premium compact cameras, including the G and S series, featuring advanced new specifications and all Wi-Fi connectable. Key among these updates are the new Canon G16 and Canon PowerShot S120 top of the line compact cameras
Sigma has introduced a new Mount Conversion Service that will allow photographers to swap their lenses over to a new camera system should they decide to switch brands – whether you shoot with DSLR or a CSC.
Panasonic has announced a replacement to the Lumix GX1, introducing the 16-megapixel Panasonic GX7 which incorporates the world’s first built-in 90-degree tilt-able Live View Finder.
This is just a quick update to let all our readers know know that unfortunately the Digital Camera World forum, which has been closed for maintenance following an attack, will not be coming back.
The Lytro has officially come to Britain! The California-based company that first announced its ‘light field’ technology two years ago has confirmed that the Lytro camera UK price tag will start at £399 for its 8GB option. And with the Lytro camera UK release date set for July 2013, British photographers will be shooting first and focusing later sometime this month.