Archive for March, 2010

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Photo of the Day: Full Speed Ahead

Full Speed Ahead
Full Speed Ahead by Timothy Levitan

Panasonic DMC-G2 Announced

Panasonic has announced the successor of G1 – the worlds first Micro Four Thirds camera. The G2 is now loaded with a touch-screen operation with 3.0-inch free-angle LCD featuring Full-time Live View and high-speed Contrast AF System allowing you to set auto focus at the desired part of the frame in both photo and movie recording. The DMC-G2 can record HD movie of 720P in AVCHD Lite with high sound quality of Dolby Digital Creator.


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Setting Up Lighting for White Backgrounds

Photographer Gavin Hoey shares some tips on getting a studio quality pure white background using a simple two light set up.

Panasonic DMC-G10 Announced

Last updated (03 May’10):
- Panasonic DMC-G10 Reviews & Sample Photos

Panasonic has recently announced the Panasonic DMC-G10, the lightweight compact features 12.1MP Live MOS sensor and Venus Engine HD II. The camera gives you a live view of what you’re shooting, with approx. 100% field of view. The G10 can also record 720p HD movie in Motion JPEG format.


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Photo of the Day: In Flight

 In Flight
In Flight by Nico Rautenbach

Photo of the Day: Common Peacock

 Common Peacock
Common Peacock by lem estiva

Photo of the Day: Only

Only by Excalibur38

Photo Software – 04 March 2010

Latest photo software posted on our site;

HDRtist 1.2


HDRtist is easy to use HDR software, that creates and tone maps HDR photos in a single step. An intuitive design makes it simple to choose from our 4 different tone mapping techniques. Even if you’re not into HDR photography, HDRtist is a great tool to have for dramatizing dull photos, livening dark photos and boosting sunsets! We’ve included some HDR tutorials to help you get started with the amazing world of HDR photography.

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Photo of the Day: Springing Up

Springing Up
Springing Up by Shauna Carpenter

Photo Software – 02 March 2010

Latest photo software posted on our site;

Photo Software

Raw Photo Processor 4.1.1
Raw Photo Processor (RPP) is a RAW converter, supporting almost all available digital RAW formats. Think of it as of a development machine in terms of film photography – first you have to develop your roll right, then do whatever you want with it. So this is NOT a full featured photo processing package, you will need Photoshop or some other tool to apply sharpness, cropping and so on, but you may use RPP for some very carefully picked amount of operations.

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