The Portraits of Love Project—a joint effort put on by the PhotoImaging Manufacturers and Distributors Association and Soldiers’ Angels, a non-profit group—has put out a call for photographers nationwide who are willing to volunteer their time to shoot family-portraits for deployed military personnel. The portraits will be delivered in time for the holidays to those in active duty. PMDA’s goal is to deliver at least 10,000 portraits.
For all you Leica enthusiasts out there with large disposable incomes, Leica just announced another super-limited edition M9. Unlike the Leica M9 Titanium that was announced at Photokina a few weeks back—you know, the one that had only 500 units available—the all-new Leica Neiman Marcus Edition M9 will only have a mere 50 units available.
During this past weekend’s Ryder Cup, Daily Mail photographer Mark Pain was really feeling it, as he and his camera were struck by a stray ball hit by the one and only, Tiger Woods. Unlike Tiger, Pain’s shot was dead on.
Facebook has long been overdue for a major tweak to their photo viewing capability, which has primarily remained unchanged for the entirety of social network’s existence. Well that tweak finally came today as Facebook rolled out three big improvements to their photo-sharing function, including the ability to upload higher-resolution photos, a new photo browser/viewer and an easier, more intuitive uploader.
By Popphoto Staff on October 1, 2010
One of Facebook's updates includes the ability to post higher-res images.
Everyone has come across a point in time when they had several photos, or even a gallery, that they wanted to quickly and easily post to the internet, to either share with friends and family or to show to others for professional reasons.
By Popphoto Staff on September 29, 2010
Use DropMocks.com and create a simple online gallery by dragging and dropping images fro
What it is: Creative auto (CA) is literally and figuratively between the full auto (a.k.a. the “Green Zone”) and program exposure modes. It gives inexperienced shooters control over simplified camera settings that are typically not adjustable in the auto mode and confusing in program.
The V-Lux 2 features a 14MP CMOS sensor, 3” LCD screen, an 11 fps burst at full resolution, 1080i HD video, and a 25-600mm f/2.8-5.2 35mm equivalent lens—all of which are identical to the Panasonic FZ100.
It features the same 10MP 1x1.63” sensor, the same 35mm focal length equivalent f/2-3.3 24 to 90mm lens and the same 1,280 X 720p HD video recording at 30 fps. It also has the same nifty aspect-ratio control located over the lens and the same 3” LCD.