“2 flashes, both snooted. SB26 from directly above the glass @ 1/64 zoomed out to 85mm (didnt make a difference b/c it was about 6 inches above the glass). 580EX zoomed to 105mm at camera left set to um..1/64 (or 1/128 i cant remember now) pointed at background (which is a cutting board).”
Archive for March, 2007
Fake Studio Airbrushing by Missnenny
You can download the original .WMV file here
Last Updated: Review & Sample Photos @ ImagingResource (added on 31 March’07)
Olympus Stylus 1000 is a point-and-shoot digital camera (announced 23.08.06) featuring 10.4 effective megapixels, a 3x optical zoom (equivalent to 35 mm – 105 mm), 20 scene modes (incl. Sports, Beach&Snow, Candle), BrightCapture Technology for better low light photography, ISO 64-1600 with full 10MP, ISO 6400 in 3MP mode and a 2.5″ LCD Screen. The camera is measuring 97 x 56 x 23 mm (3.8 x 2.2 x 0.9 in), weighing around 195 g (6.9 oz) and is running on Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery.
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Description: Photobie is a free image editing software with multiplayer support. Photobie includes many embedded filters and supports many Photoshop filter (.8bf) plug-ins. Photobie featured with advanced screen capture tools; It also supports photo framing, and image directory browsing; It can create/edit high quality gif animation with/without transparency. A compact flash player is also included. Photobie can generate true color icon. Photobie is full feature packed, which enables you to create eye-catching images and animations. Photo frame feature allows you create and apply frame to your photo easily. Image directory browser feature allows you to open as many image directories and browse them in a simple fast way, and it also provides batch resize/rotate tools. Photobie integrates most useful features just to allow you to finish daily photo editing work within one environment. Version 3.2 optimizes GIF animation and adds a mask layer feature.
File Size: 2.38 MB
Requirements: Windows All
Learn how to hack a $20 one-time digital camera so that can use it many times.
Last update: Review & Sample Photos @ ePhotozine (added on 30 March’07)
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T30 is a point-and-shoot digital camera (released on 05.04.06), featuring a 7.2 megapixels (CCD sensor) with Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 3x Optical Zoom lens (38-116mm equivalent), built-in image stabilisation, and a huge 3.0″ LCD screen. The camera is measuring Approx 3 9/16″ x 2 3/16″ x 13/16″ (90 x 54.8 x 20.2 mm), weighing 4.73 oz (134g) Body; 5.6 oz (159 g) Body with Battery, and it’s running on InfoLithium® NP-FR1 Batteries. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T30 will be available in stores from May 2006 at $500 USD.
Sony Cybershot DSC-T30: Latest Price | User Reviews
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Description: Photomeister allows to import the photos from most digital cameras directly into your PC. Sort, arrange, filter and crop your photos and even remove red eyes. Also you can convert your photos into web pages, emails or screensavers. Creating photo albums to print or export as PDF files is additionally possible as well as creating VCDs for your DVD player to show your photos on your TV PhotoMeister helps you to handle, edit and publish photos from your digital camera.
File Size: 11.40 MB
Requirements: Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista
Sam Noyoun has posted a step-by-step guide to make a helmet cam. WARNING: By doing this you will destroy the structural integrity of your helmet… Falling on the bolt could also cause you serious injuries.
Tools and materials that you’ll need..
– a standard helmet (skating, cycling, or kayaking)
– a stainless steel bolt (5mm in diameter; up to 10 cm in length)
– 2 washers, and a nut
– a wire coathanger (optional)
– some fuse wire (optional)
Congratulations to Michele Clement – USA (1st place – Outstanding Achievement), Adam Hinton – UK (2nd Place – Merit of Excellence), and Werner Branz – Austria (3rd Place – Honor of Distinction) as the Winners of the 2007 Black & White Spider Awards.
Check out their fabulous photos here
PHotoEspaña 2007 (PHE’07), the International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts will celebrate the 10th Edition in Madrid between May 30th and July 22nd. Since 1998 the Festival is turning the city every edition for a month and a half. This year the Festival celebrates its 10th edition and again will be a fantastic opportunity to see exhibitions, participate in campus activities, workshops, professional seminars, portfolio reviews, etc. Check out their website at http://www.phedigital.com/