The Internet is packed with stock images, some that are public domain, some that are free to use with restrictions, and others that require a specific fee based on resolution and intended use. Arguably biggest among them all is Getty Images, which revealed today a drastic change to its business model: opening the doors to its digital library, with one condition.
The DSLR market is a highly competitive one, and the relatively newer high-def HD-SLR will probably be even more so. Now Nikon is outing its latest D series flagship that it is poising to take the HD-SLR world by storm, delivering the best photo in any environment, lighting condition, or speed.
Photography aficionados, both professional and hobbyists, can now get their hands on the Nokia Capture NX-D software for their RAW image editing needs. Starting with its beta testing phase today, Nikon will be providing the RAW image processing and adjustments software to users and testers free of charge.
Yet another camera manufacturer partially calls it quits in face of the onslaught of smartphones. Accoring to the Nikkan Kogyo, Canon has decided to let go of its low-priced digital compact camera business and instead focus its resources on high-end, and more expensive, digital single lens reflex or DSLR cameras.
Seflies -- images one takes of him or herself, often with the front-facing camera on their smartphone -- has become a digital world staple so common the word has made its way into the dictionary. As such, it isn't surprising one team of researchers conducted a mass study of thousands of images, breaking them down into details like pose, location, and gender.
Today the folks at Samsung responsible for cameras and photography equipment have let it be known that the Samsung GALAXY Camera 2 and the NX30 are hitting the USA. These two devices were first shown to us up close and personal at CES 2014. We got to make the comparison GALAXY Camera vs GALAXY Camera 2 and had some first-impressions time with the Samsung NX30 as well. One has Android, the other most certainly does not.
For those of you not satisfied with being able to toss a ball into the sky to capture a sphere of photos, there’s now mortar rounds. Fired from 40-millimeter-capable firearm, these beasts are capable of being shot into the air where they deploy a camera with a parachute. This camera then captures images as it falls gracefully toward the ground.
Photography sharing site 500px has finally added mobile uploads to its iOS app, answering one of the loudest feature requests among users. The app, billed as a way for professional photographers to showcase their work while on the move, had previously worked in browse-only mode, showing galleries and allowing for comments but no actual new content to be uploaded.
Canon has rolled out several new digital cameras today and among them are three new compact Elph cameras. The new cameras include the Canon PowerShot Elph 150 IS, 140 IS, and 135. Canon promises that all three of the cameras will capture high-quality images and 720p resolution video.