Looking at the Camera Imaging Products Association (CIPA) report the news isn’t good. For a while, mirrorless camera sales seemed immune to the downturn in the camera markets but even mirrorless sales are starting to slow down.
On this date, 21 years ago, I decided to use this new technology called the Internet to share educational and inspirational tidbits about photography. I had enjoyed a lifetime of photography already – way back then. And I thought it would be cool to share what I had learned with others.
I rarely do this but the annual Hunt’s Show is a big deal. If you’ve been looking for photo gear, now is the time to buy. Hunt’s is open all this week and weekend. There are some great deals on Olympus gear.
August 19 is observed as World Photography Day, which aims to inspire photographers across the planet to share a single photo with a simple purpose: to share their world with the world. Here is a look at photography over the years.
I have given away lots of cameras in the past using Twitter or on Photofocus or with various sponsors. Today I am announcing the first official Picture Methods Camera Giveaway. And I am excited because it’s more than a camera giveaway. It’s a chance to win other cool prizes.
On Monday, June 3, 2019, Apple announced at the World Wide Developers’ Conference (WWDC) changes coming to the new iOS13 and Mac OS operating systems. Apple also announced big changes for its iPad OS.
I am very excited to announce that I have been invited to return to Bosque del Apache, National […]
Years ago, the Nik Collection was a big hit with the photo community. Then through a series of acquisitions and changes in the business, it was allowed to wither on the vine. DxO has resurrected the Nik Collection bringing it up to snuff for modern computers and empowering it with more than 40 new creative presets. It now offers high-resolution monitor support for Windows as well. In addition, the Nik Collection 2 now comes with DxO PhotoLab 2.3 ESSENTIAL Edition, DxO’s recently released advanced RAW photo editing software.
The Olympus OM-1 is just a small part of a storied history that many people don’t know about. Olympus is in its 100th year and just released a video that touches on some of this and the philosophy behind their approach to making cameras and lenses.