photography

Google Drive may offer auto-backup of photos instead of Google+

Google Drive may offer auto-backup of photos instead of Google+

You’re out and about, you snap photos — then you drop your phone. A shattered screen stares back at you, and your info is just tied to what is now a really expensive external drive. This is why cloud storage is so neat — you can remotely store your files without worry of damage to the hardware. It’s even better with automatic backups, so news that Google Drive may soon allow for automatic backups of photos is really enticing, especially for those who don’t want to sign up for a Google+ account.

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Camera that will take 1000-year exposure to debut tomorrow

Camera that will take 1000-year exposure to debut tomorrow

Out of all the odd ways one can get a world record, this probably isn't the oddest of them. Still, one photographer's plan to take the longest-ever photo exposure is unusual, and a lot can go wrong in a thousand years (invading aliens, an earthquake where the camera's located, etc). The camera will be debuting tomorrow at the Arizona State University Art Museum, which will be home for the camera. The final image won't be finished until the year 3,015, long after the photographer has passed on.

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Podo wireless camera fits in your palm, sticks to the wall

Podo wireless camera fits in your palm, sticks to the wall

Unless you're a photographer, your smartphone camera is probably your primary camera. Though it is convenient, there are times when having a dedicated camera can come in handy as well (like when you're wanting to record from a drone or underwater). Podo is one of those little standalone cameras that target the everyday consumer and work with the tech you already have (again, your smartphone). It's smaller than a compact digital camera, however, and can be stuck on surfaces with its adhesive backing.

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Sony intros new FE full-frame lenses, four converters

Sony intros new FE full-frame lenses, four converters

Sony has announced the arrival of new lenses and converters, with there being four lenses for its A7 lineup and a couple sets of coverters for both the already-available 16mm and 20mm APS-C E-mount lenses, as well as the new 28mm F2 full-frame FE lens. The new lenses meet a variety of needs, and include a full-frame zoom and wide-angle prime offering, among others. The first of these lenses will be arriving later this month, while there will be a bit of a longer wait for the others.

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Livestream unveils Broadcaster Mini, brings streaming to all

Livestream unveils Broadcaster Mini, brings streaming to all

A live feed of events is something we often take for granted. For major TV or film studios, it’s not so hard to do. They’ve got the equipment and know-how. You and I, on the other hand, probably aren’t so savvy, but still might want to go live. Livestream, who have been pioneering the consumer streaming effort for years,have introduced a smaller version of their hardware called the Livestream Broadcaster Mini. It attaches to just about any camera, and streams live with the push of a button.

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Nikon Coolpix P900 features 83x optical zoom

Nikon Coolpix P900 features 83x optical zoom

Many people don’t want a DSLR camera that gives them control over every aspect of a photograph. What many want is a camera that does all the hard work for them and has a huge zoom range. For that type of person Nikon has a new point and shoot camera called the Coolpix P900. The big feature of this new camera is a gigantic optical zoom lens good for 83x optical zoom.

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Nikon D7200 DSLR has 24.2MP CMOS sensor and EXPEED 4 image processing

Nikon D7200 DSLR has 24.2MP CMOS sensor and EXPEED 4 image processing

Nikon has rolled out a new DSLR camera aimed at photographers who want a lightweight camera that has powerful image taking capability. The camera is a DX-format unit with a 24.2MP CMOS sensor that has no optical low pass filter. Nikon equips the camera with the EXPEED 4 image processing system to give it fast performance and the ability to capture sharp, detailed images and HD video.

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Shot on iPhone 6 puts users’ photos on billboards and ads

Shot on iPhone 6 puts users’ photos on billboards and ads

Although smartphones have been getting camera sensors in increasing megapixel sizes, we've been saying time and again that it isn't all about the number of pixels. To really emphasize that point, Apple is doing a new ad campaign that boasts of the digital photography of the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. But instead of preaching that itself, it is letting users do the talking. With Shot on iPhone 6, the company is highlighting 57 some of the best and most creative works that come from users' own smartphones.

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Leica and Lenny Kravitz collaborate for limited M-P ‘Correspondent’ edition

Leica and Lenny Kravitz collaborate for limited M-P ‘Correspondent’ edition

Leica is collaborating with Lenny Kravitz to create a special edition camera. Kravitz made his name in the music industry, and has since transferred his talents to worlds of art and design. This collaboration, the "Correspondent," is a luxury professional camera set which pairs the mechanics of Leica photography and the styling Kravitz is known for. The Kravitz model is a redesigned Leica M-P. It comes with two Leica lenses, the Summicron-M 35mm and the Summilux-M 50mm. It's all packaged in a sophisticated snakeskin custom case, and the Correspondent camera is covered same black, glossy snakeskin.

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Unseen vintage NASA photos shown in Bloomsbury Auction house

Unseen vintage NASA photos shown in Bloomsbury Auction house

This week the folks at Dreweatts for Bloomsbury Auctions have revealed a collection previously uncirculated NASA photos from space. These photos will go up for auction after being exhibited for a period of time in London at Mallett Antiques. The photos in this collection were sourced from the archives of the Manned Spacecraft Center, Houston, Texas, where many unreleased NASA photos go after a mission is complete. What we're hoping to do today is to show you the largest versions of these photos available and make them widely available so they'll never be shut away again.

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