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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-06-30

June 30th, 2012 No comments

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WATCH: Why McDonald’s Burgers Look Different In Ads #photog

June 30th, 2012 No comments

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Why do the burgers in McDonald’s advertisements look different than the ones you buy in a store? McDonald’s Canada’s director of marketing Hope Bagozzi answers that question in a new video.

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Awesome People Reading #photog

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#Olympic Games committee sets restrictions on camera gear – British Journal of #Photography

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LOCOG are set to announce that anyone caught cheering and shouting outside the allocated times for cheering and shouting will be ejected from the venue and held in custody for the duration of the corporate games.

 

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Flash Dock attaches iPhone to DSLR, raises camera’s IQ

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The Flash Dock from Pocket Demo provides a physical connection between your iPhone and DSLR camera via the latter’s hot shoe socket, providing rea…

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#Landscape #photography inspiration from Chee Seong Foo

June 30th, 2012 No comments

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At 13, Chee Seong Foo picked up his first camera and caught the bug that has never left him.

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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-06-23

June 23rd, 2012 No comments

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One-shot gigapixel camera offers a future beyond flat sensors

June 23rd, 2012 No comments

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A gigapixel camera developed for the US Department of Defense’s research agency (DARPA) provides an insight into the challenges that will need to be overcome to offer super-high-resultion cameras. A team from Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, has described its 960 megapixel (0.96 gigapixel) ‘AWARE-2’ camera in a letter to scientific journal Nature. The team says small, efficient electronics are the key to being able to miniaturize the camera, which currently sits in a 0.75 x 0.75 x 0.5m frame.

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Getting your Portrait Photography to the Next Level – Part I

June 22nd, 2012 No comments

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Know that moment when you meet a person, either in your country or while travelling, a person with an extremely interesting face, who you want to capture in an image? But then, a moment before you click the shutter, questions emerges:

 

How should I take pictures of a stranger, especially in foreign country?

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#Lightroom 4 Cropping Tool in Complete Detail

June 20th, 2012 No comments

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n this article we will go over Lightroom’s Cropping Tool in complete detail. We will be covering manual cropping, Custom Ratio’s, the Straighten Tool, as well as the Frame Crop Tool and the Constrain to Warp option. We will also touch on Major Crops, and how to compensate to enhance detail. To get started, you can access the Crop OverlayTool by hitting “R” on your keyboard or by selecting it on the Adjustment Tool Bar.

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