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Friday, 29 May 2015

Tencent Digital News (Wu Bin) Communities Dominate Brands recently announced 2015 sales report Q1 global smartphone market, this report shows that in the first quarter of this year, Samsung sold 82.8 million smart phones around Taiwan, accounting for the global smart phone 24.3% of sales, followed by apples, Q1 sold a total of 61.6 million sets about iPhone, accounting for 17.9%.

Sales performance compared to Q4 of last year, Samsung rose 4.2 percent, while Apple fell 2.2%.

3-10 names rankings, ranked fifth in addition to LG, the rest of the term of all seven occupied domestic mobile phone manufacturers.

Which incorporates Lenovo Motorola's handset business, the sales data Q1 of domestic mobile phone manufacturers the best, reaching 5.5%, followed by more than 0.4 percentage points from Huawei.

It is worth mentioning that the tenth is occupied vivo, vivo is the new list were mobile phone manufacturers, last year ranked tenth or Sony. Now you do not see, like Sony, HTC and Microsoft Lumia this name appears in the TOP10 in.

And vivo is the first among the TOP10 list, and was squeezed down it is Sony, Microsoft such international giants. In the first quarter of this year, vivo in China continue to secure market apart, it has to enter India, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and other overseas markets, which for vivo opens up broader market space, 9.3 million units sold is a good market feedback, and you know, vivo rely on such sales is not cheap machines and thousands of machine pile up, it is not difficult to see vivo to enhance brand value. If vivo continue to maintain this momentum, then it moved up one rank again is not impossible to do.

Operating system market share terms, Android continues to occupy an overwhelming 77 percent market share of the top spot, after iOS accounted for 18%, and was the world's three major mobile operating systems Microsoft WP, share only there are poor 3%, and the huge gap between iOS, let alone catch up Android. From the data, the so-called three operating systems were the first, Microsoft is clearly good enough.

Original Post from : http://view.inews.qq.com/a/DIG2015052604096109

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Monday, 25 May 2015

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Saturday, 23 May 2015

Being a wedding photographer can be one of the most glamorous—and most stressful—jobs in the world. Depends on the day, I suppose. One thing's for sure, when it's all said and done, it's one of the most rewarding things I've done in my life. Think about it: We're responsible for documenting one of the biggest days in the lives of our clients. The images we take will be some of the most important things to remember their day. Talk about pressure.

I love everything about being a wedding photographer. I get to be creative, work outside, challenge myself, meet tons of great people and, most importantly, create artwork for my clients. 

If this sounds like fun to you, and you think you might want to try your hand at being a wedding photographer, here are some tips to getting started.


How do you see the world? This is what makes us artists. You can teach someone the technical aspects of being a photographer, but it's very difficult to teach them how to "see." As you start photographing weddings, or any event, for that matter, realize that you can't be everything to everyone. Be you! Embrace your style and the way you see the world, and figure out how to use your camera to tell that story. Clients will hire you because of your unique perspective. 

EQUIPMENT: Phase One IQ250, Schneider-Kreuznach 55mm ƒ/2.8 LS


All too often, I see beginners get what I call tunnel vision. They see what's right in front of them, and they tend to compress the image and crop in too tight. See the world around you just like you're standing there. Incorporate the landscape and the architecture. I find that my clients love the big dramatic shots. It's more than just a wedding picture—it's a representation of their day. Clients want something beyond just a snapshot. Anyone can do that. They want art for their homes.

EQUIPMENT: Canon EOS-1D X, Canon EF 24-70mm ƒ/2.8L USM 


Don't go where everyone else goes for pictures. That's the biggest rookie move you can make. Think about it. If someone were taking your pictures on your wedding day, would you want what everyone else has, or would you want something unique and fresh? The answer should be obvious. 

This doesn't have to be complicated. Over the years, I've had everyone from parents to wedding planners to event coordinators tell me where I should take pictures. I smile, nod, say thank you, and stay as far away from that location as I possibly can.

It's not as hard as you think. Walk around a corner. Look for a cool doorway. Find a tree. Take a few minutes to explore and just "see." Let your inspiration come from your surroundings, and you may be shocked at what you can do with your camera. 

EQUIPMENT: Canon EOS-1D X, Canon EF 70-200mm ƒ/2.8L IS USM 


First, know that you must take one. This is an area where I see even the most seasoned veterans make mistakes. They forget to isolate the bride. She spent all this money on her dress, hair, makeup, etc. Trust me, she wants a picture of just herself. Spend just a few minutes alone with your bride and create a beauty shot. She doesn't have to be doing something or pretending to put on her shoes. Think magazines, think glamour, think beauty. Show off the natural beauty of your bride, and she will be very happy. The happy bride should be every wedding photographer's goal.

I love doing something different here. My lens of choice is typically an 85mm at ƒ/1.2. This really creates separation and allows your bride to pop off the background. If you've ever been in an ugly hotel while the bride is getting ready, this comes in handy more than you can imagine. You can create gorgeous bridal portraits wherever you are.

EQUIPMENT: Phase One IQ250, Schneider-Kreuznach 150mm ƒ/3.5 LS 


Photography is easy. Just point and shoot, right? Wrong. If you want your images to look lifeless and f lat, then, sure, that might work. True professionals know how to use light to create drama for their portraits. 

Light can come in many shapes and forms. Of course, there's the "natural light" photographer, but that's every person with a camera. If you really want your images to pop and have that drama, off-camera lighting is where the party's at. This isn't as complicated as you might think.

First, know that it takes practice. I can honestly say that, today, after years of trial and error, I feel comfortable using off-camera f lash. It wasn't always that way, however. Using a f lash would strike fear into my heart and cause almost certain panic. It's all about practice. Get out there and start taking pictures of your kids, friends or even a baseball. Practice, practice, practice. Soon, you'll feel extremely comfortable and wonder what all the fuss was about. However, your wedding clients will be blown away with the results.

EQUIPMENT: Canon EOS-1D X, Canon EF 16-35mm ƒ/2.8L II USM


Sorry, but I find traditional portraits to be just f lat-out boring. Personally, I feel like anyone can do that. In today's wedding market, it has become increasingly saturated and, thus, very competitive. If you want your portraits to pop, do something different.

Looking for unique locations or adding a wide-angle lens can really add that unexpected look and feel to your portraits. The key is to experiment. Shoot through a window. Look for a mirror to photograph the couple's ref lection. Look for architecture you can incorporate into the shot. Look for any element you can shoot through to create something unique. 

Don't overcomplicate this. Sitting in a bland hotel room with your bride and find nothing inspiring there? No worries. Sit your bride on a chair or on the f loor and fire your f lash into the ceiling for a big and soft light source, and shoot through her veil. This will be a unique portrait taken right in the hotel room that will impress your client. Let's see Aunt Debbie take that shot with her iPhone. 

EQUIPMENT: Canon EOS-1D X, Canon EF 85mm ƒ/1.2L II USM 


We all see the world at eye-level. That's great, but if you want to really create something different, change your perspective. Stand on a chair, lie on the ground, take a knee. You'd be surprised at how that simple adjustment can truly change the way you see the world. 
This is one of the easiest things you can do to change the look and feel of your images. Everyone with a camera is standing up taking pictures. However, the true professional realizes that by merely adjusting your perspective, you can change the look and feel of an image. I can't tell you how many times I've had someone look at the back of my camera and exclaim, "Wait, I was standing right there, and mine doesn't look like that." It's not because I have a better camera or lens, but because I slightly adjusted my perspective.

EQUIPMENT: Canon EOS-1D X, Canon EF 85mm ƒ/1.2L II USM 


All too often, it's easy to become consumed with your bride and groom on the wedding day, and people tend to forget about the remaining cast of characters—the bridal party. Keep in mind, the bridal party typically encompasses their closest friends and family members—we can't ignore this group. Not to mention, there are typically three to four people in the group who aren't married yet and will be looking for a wedding photographer in the near future. This is your chance to shine. Don't screw it up.

Do something different with the group, but think creatively. Showcase their personalities by letting them have fun.

EQUIPMENT: Canon EOS-1D X, Canon EF 24-70mm ƒ/2.8L USM 


Connection is that thing, if you will, that couples have that brought them together. We need to showcase this as photographers. If you don't see the connection in the image, how will the client? This is no easy task, mostly because the typical bride and groom aren't movie stars. They get a little camera-shy. So, our job is to ensure we get them to feel and look comfortable on-camera.

For me, I do this by talking, talking, talking. Keep them loose and relaxed. Joke with them or do whatever you have to do to keep them preoccupied. I find that once my couples stop thinking about taking pictures, they let their guard down and just start being themselves. That's when the real magic happens for me. And, trust me, your clients will like their imagery that much more. 

EQUIPMENT: Phase One IQ250, Schneider-Kreuznach 150mm ƒ/3.5 LS 


This is something that comes with experience. There's so much more to an image than just your client. It's everything that's in your frame. Like a painter, everything should enhance the final image and bring attention to your primary subject. That being said, I realize we're documenting what's in front of us, but we should be thinking about composition and leading lines nonetheless.

This simple concept can make the difference between a snapshot and a professional image. Leading lines and composition make the image more interesting, but most importantly, they should intentionally lead the viewer right to your primary subject in the image.

I hope you've found this useful. Now, get out there, and start shooting and practicing! After all, it's wedding season. 

EQUIPMENT: Phase One IQ250, Schneider-Kreuznach 28mm LS ƒ/4.5 Aspherical 

Original Post from : http://www.dpmag.com/how-to/shooting/a-new-take-on-wedding-photography/page-4 

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Friday, 22 May 2015

Avantree Sacool Bluetooth Headset AS8

Many users prefer to listen to music while driving or sports or radio to increase the fun, but cable or mono headset, except the wire impede action with a home, often touching the wire to make it to the ears of the fall, very cumbersome, and single channel headphone surround sound could not provide a more sound, sound greatly reduced. Avantree previously announced Sacool Bluetooth headset can provide a good choice, lightweight body, the use of dual-ear ear design provides surround sound audio, and support for Bluetooth wireless data transmission, eliminating the line stalking trouble. 4

Avantree Sacool Bluetooth headset looks fresh vitality, color match in the warp and mustard green or sky blue, black or white to match the headset to make more dynamic, versatile key, volume control keys, Micro-USB port and microphone set on the left side headphone to soft surround Kibe, appearance and texture better.

Is active with the design, the use of dual-channel in-ear design, can output surround sound, the better and more effectively isolated from the outside noise, and offers three different sizes of ear, ear with different home can also wear comfortable . When equipped with the wire at the top of ear family bypassed gently into the ear and the headset and tune in a comfortable position, you feel comfortable and light.

In addition, especially for sports with family problems frequently encountered, such as during exercise, disturbing headphones often fall, so Avantree Sacool Bluetooth headset try to make the body more light, eliminating the decline due to the weight of the headset to make trouble, machine when wearing body only 18g, suitable for running, fitness and other sports. In addition, connecting both sides of the headset wire using a flat design, so that the wire is so durable and difficult struggle.

Support A2DP stereo sound, out of wire stalking trouble

Avantree Sacool Bluetooth headset and more built-in microphone in the headset, users can listen to music in addition to, but also can be a voice through language through Avantree Sacool. The use of Bluetooth V2.1 + EDR transmission standard, support A2DP "Advenced Audio Distribution Profile" provides stereo sound, but at the same time so that when the language used at home to pass, more clear and stable.

Meanwhile, Avantree Sacool Bluetooth headset 120mAh lithium battery charging via Micro-USB, according to official testing, can provide more than six hours of time through language and listen to the sound, when the standby time of up to 120. At the same time, paired with simple playback device, press the left side of the headphones' multi-function key "ten seconds until the intermittent flashing red and blue LED indicator appears in the device can be paired. After pairing while listening to music, the headset automatically receive an incoming call, just press the 'multi-function key "will be able to carry out through language, it is very convenient.

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Monday, 18 May 2015

Lily is a new robotic camera drone that aims to shake up not only the drone industry, but the camera industry as a whole. It’s the world’s first “throw-and-shoot camera” that lets anyone capture cinematic aerial photos and videos without needing to do any piloting.

Using the Lily involves keeping a tracking device on the subject you’d like Lily to follow, throwing the Lily high into the air, and then going about your activity while Lily flies and shoots all by itself. Lily will use GPS and computer vision to follow you at up to 25mph and keep you in the center of the frame.

The drone itself is waterproof and floats, allowing you to safely land it in water if needed. Size-wise, it easily fits in a backpack and weighs less than an average laptop.

Onboard is a camera that can shoot 12 megapixel stills, 1080p HD video at 60fps, and 720p/120fps slow motion footage. The internal battery allows for 20 minutes of flight per charge.

Here’s a short introduction video that offers a tour of the Lily and shows how it works:

Here are a few sample photos captured by a Lily:

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Fujifilm's X-series line of cameras have hewn to a specific tenet: great image quality married to a retro aesthetic that encourages a more manual approach to photography. Last year's X-T1 hits the peak of this idea: it has a retro film SLR design packed with seemingly endless buttons and dials. And it takes tremendous photos. But the X-T1 is a serious camera for serious picture takers, and it has a serious price to match.

Not everyone that wants to take better photos than their smartphone allows is willing to spend nearly two thousand dollars or more to do so. That's why today Fujifilm is introducing the X-T10, a smaller, cheaper version of the X-T1 that's more approachable without losing the appeal of its bigger sibling. The X-T10 will be available in black or silver starting this June for $799.95 body-only or for $899.95 with a 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 lens. A kit with the higher-end 18-55mm f/2.8-4 lens will sell for $1,099.95. (The comparable X-T1 kit retails for $600 more.) It is compatible with XF and XC lenses from Fujifilm, of which there are now 18 available, as well as third-party lenses made for the X-mount.

The X-T10 looks a lot like the X-T1, which isn't really a bad thing. It's not until you put them side-by-side that you can really see the differences between the two cameras and how much smaller the X-T10 actually is. It has the same, sharp, angular edges as the X-T10, as well as the same knurled control dials on its magnesium top plate. The X-T10 is 0.3 inches narrower and 0.2 inches shorter than the X-T1, and its 13.4-ounce weight is about 13 percent less. It also has a less prominent front grip, further shrinking its footprint.

 Fujifilm X-T10
New is a fully automatic mode that can be engaged with a single switch, which is appropriate for the more casual photographer Fujifilm is approaching with the X-T10. The dedicated ISO dial from the X-T1 has been traded for a mode dial. There's also a new pop-up flash integrated into the viewfinder hump. The new camera's LCD is 3-inches and tilts, and its 2.36 million dot viewfinder is OLED, just like the X-T1's. The massive viewfinder on the X-T1 might be its most impressive point, and the X-T10's is almost as good, though it's not as engrossing because of its smaller size and lower magnification.

The X-T10 has the same 16-megapixel APS-C X-Trans II CMOS sensor and EXR II processor as the X-T1, so it should provide the same level of image quality as the more expensive camera. It also has a new autofocus system that has 77 points with variable sizes of zones with the ability to track moving subjects within the frame. The X-T1 is also being upgraded to this new autofocus system with a firmware update, giving both cameras the same level of autofocus performance. ISO can be adjusted from 100-25600, or set to automatic. The X-T10 can also shoot 1080p video at 60 frames per second. Fujifilm says the X-T10 is rated for 350 images per charge, which is the same as the X-T1.''


The X-T10 doesn't have the weather sealing features of the X-T1, and it doesn't have as many accessories available, such as the vertical grip. It's clearly meant for the less serious photographer, but with its image quality and performance potential, it could appeal to those wanting a smaller, lighter body that doesn't cost nearly as much as the X-T1. Or X-T1 shooters could pick up the X-T10 and use it as a backup camera. The X-T10 offers 90 percent of the X-T1 at about 60 percent of the cost. That might make it the best bargain in cameras you'll see this year. We'll be taking a deep dive with the X-T10 as soon as we can to see if it lives up to the standard set by last year's X-T1.

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