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Tuesday, 30 June 2015

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Getty Images has been known for its premium stock photography and video catalog. Now, with the birth of a major medium on the horizon, the company is looking to get into the virtual reality space. A new application, 360-Degree View by Getty, will give users a chance to experience their favorite moments as if they were there. Best of all, the application is available now on the Oculus Store.

The 360-Degree View app by Getty features exclusive high-quality 360-degree imagery from a variety of places including the Cannes Film Festival and the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Getty has noted that the company will continue to add new imagery and continue “transporting viewers into the heart of the action, from the red carpet of the world’s glitziest events to the playing grounds of sports’ major games and exotic locations from around the world.”
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Getty Images’ Vice-President of Editorial Content, Hugh Pinney, noted that the company “has always been at the forefront of innovation, employing the latest, cutting-edge technologies to bring our customers best-in-class imagery from the world’s top creative minds and global events as they happen.” He added that Getty is “thrilled to be working with Oculus to offer a truly immersive and social experience.”
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The images are captured by professional photographers and Getty is touting that they have “unrivaled 360-degree imagery” that will help to “fuel the next generation of virtual reality experiences.” The company has been capturing 360-degree imagery since 2012 and has already covered some events including the Oscars, the Summer and Winter Olympics, and the Cricket World Cup.
If you currently own a Samsung Gear VR headset, then you can download and try out the experience today. Otherwise, the application will be available early next year for the consumer version of Oculus Rift.
original Post from : http://petapixel.com/2015/06/29/virtual-reality-stock-photos-getty-images-launches-360-view-app-for-oculus/

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Thursday, 25 June 2015

Upon first glance, the images in art director Stephen McMennamy’s #combophoto project may look like surreal photo-manipulations created using Photoshop. They’re actually the result of a much simpler process.
For each one, McMennamy carefully shoots two photographs and creatively arranges them side-by-side to create imaginative new scenes.

“It’s really just from looking around and seeing what things are out in the world might make for an interesting fit or what would make for a nice contrast once combined,” McMennamy tells PetaPixel. “As far as process, it’s just a matter of me hunting things down and aiming for the cleanest shot possible.”
McMennamy says he looks for simple backgrounds that allow the viewers’ eyes to focus on the combinations. Some of the photos were shot in his garage, while others were on the side of the road after spotting something. “Wherever I need to get my shot I go get it,” he says.
Many of the early images in the #combophoto project were shot using an iPhone, but McMennamy recently purchased a new camera to improve the quality of the images. He also occasionally uses a drone to capture aerial photos.
You can follow along with this project on McMennamy’s Tumblr and Instagram pages. You can also participate by using the tag #combophoto.
(via Colossal)

Image credits: Photographs by Stephen McMennamy and used with permission

Original Post from : http://petapixel.com/2015/06/24/photos-arranged-side-by-side-to-create-clever-scenes/

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Wednesday, 17 June 2015

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Monday, 15 June 2015

This year, most of the online shopping habits of consumption patterns, at home against the computer will be able to see little leveling of living things, as well as some of the upset, vice goods are readily available, photography is no exception, online shopping Used equipment, spare parts more often to do so.

Recently, a Japanese photographer Damien Douxchamps in the world-renowned shopping network Amazon bought four SanDisk 16GB (60MB / s) CF memory card, while the arrival found that fake!

It happened just Eng Taobao also buy SanDisk 32GB (95MB / s) SD memory card, since other buyers to see reviews say through security verification sandisk official website, so also feel comfortable buying a piece, sandisk first time after receiving official verification of goods, through the verification, the official website confirmed as genuine, but I carefully and compare their own genuine checkers found many unusual doubt, this card may not be the real thing, But why can through official verification, it is very likely true box fake cards, just the same as to the recovery of foreign bottles of adulterated liquor approach, luckily I always online shopping are more cautious, the purchase will have to pick [seven unreasonable Return guarantee] sub shop, also returned to buy the insurance, so a properly found Well, apart from anything else they immediately return the goods to the seller, and yesterday received a refund, so we have to be careful too!

Damien Douxchamps Amazon purchased SanDisk 16GB (60MB / s) CF memory fake cards

Left fake cards, the right is really the card, you can clearly see the font and line is more blurred.'

From the box is almost impossible to pick out the true and false!

Engel bought last week Taobao SanDisk 32GB (95MB / s) SD memory card is false, of course, to take evidence before return to remind Photographic friends!

Buy fake left is right is my own original genuine, you can clearly see, even the words and signatures Sandisk bottom line is blurred, what a world-famous brand, how their own the logo is also printed was unclear!

Compare also very different on the back, on the left of this no words stuck Sandisk, many years ago or 4M, 8M old when, most likely with the old card reincarnated!

When I buy a memory card in the past, has always had the habit of keeping the box and took out the old boxes and found genuine transparent plastic shell inside the packaging is completely sealed packs, plastic shell must be cut in order to remove the card, but this time the false cards inner box is retractable plastic shell, this is also worth your consideration clue!

Noted to buyer , when you buy a Memory card , please make sure the warranty no only by Shop (Seller ) , Please double confirm for the Malaysia Memory card distributor ,

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Friday, 5 June 2015

Whether you’ve invested in a lower end DSLR or went all out for a top model, the need to keep your camera maintained is imperative to quality photos and the lifelong care of your camera. It’s a shame when people invest money in something and then don’t take good care of it. What I’ve found though, is that one of the main reasons for this is that most people simply don’t know how to, so they delay and delay until it’s almost too late. Doing the research and starting good habits from the day you purchase your camera will ensure your investment is long lasting. These 7 tips will clear the air for you.

Preventative Maintenance

Just like medical preventative maintenance keeps you healthy, the same tactic with your DSLR will contribute to keeping it healthy. Knowing what actions to take to avoid problems down the road is the biggest gift you can give your camera. It works hard to deliver fabulous photos to you, so return that kindness with the TLC it deserves. The next several tips are both preventative and in the field related.

Tip #1: Humidity

Due to all the vacation photos, beaches are one of the top photographed places. But, they’re also one of the worst places for your camera’s “health” since humidity is your camera’s number one enemy. It greatly influences the imaging sensor of your SLR, and that’s the one piece of a camera that raises concern among photographers. Hence, it is important to keep your camera dry and away from extreme weather conditions when possible. If you are in a cold weather environment, which let’s face it, many of us are, avoid bringing your camera in from the cold to a warm room. The resulting condensation will wreak havoc on your imaging sensor, and that’s something that can be avoided with common sense. To prevent any problems, put your camera in a protective, padded bag or case.

Tip #2: Cleaning

In order to effectively clean your equipment, use a soft cloth, such as a microfiber one, and wipe down the exterior to take off dust and other particles that could also creep inside the camera body.

Use a cleaning brush to clean the all-important imaging sensor. You can look online or in a local photography shop for imaging sensor-cleaning tools. Use them to remove dirt and dust from the lens system of the DSLR in order to avoid lens motor failure (always a scary thought). If you’re afraid to take this task on yourself, and if you still have the benefit of a warranty, take it down to your service center for proper maintenance.

Tip #3: Caps and Hoods

There’s a reason your camera comes with a lens cap…to protect the lens. Some photographers are religious about putting their cap on when the camera is not in use, while other count on their lens filters to protect the lens rather than putting the cap on and off repeatedly throughout the day. If you’re indoors doing a portrait shoot, then you probably don’t need to use the cap every time you put the camera down.

However, if you’re out shooting landscape and are switching cameras, only to put the first one down, you’ll probably want to protect it against the elements by putting the cap back on. I hate to hear stories where the photographer put their camera down on a rock and it slid off, causing damage to the lens that a cap would have taken the brunt of. It takes second and can save hundreds of dollars!

Lens hoods are another safety feature. Though they’re meant to block sun glare, they have the added bonus of protecting the edge of your lens.

Tip #4: Storing Your Camera

Leaving your camera, even if in a bag, in the trunk of your car in the heat is not a good idea. The same goes for leaving it in below freezing temps. These extreme temperatures are not your camera’s friend. Though it can withstand varying conditions out in the field with the proper protection, leaving it sitting in these temps for long periods of times will only damage it in the long run. Be conscious of where you leave your camera when you’re not using it.

Tip #5: Rain, Rain, Go Away!

Whether at the beach or out in the rain, you should always be careful around water. A drizzling rain won’t kill your equipment, but common sense suggests that you don’t take off a lens or open the memory card door when you’re out in the rain. If the weatherman calls for heavy rain, use something to cover the body of the camera (freezer Ziploc bags work well). It’s the electronics that you need to watch out for; your lens, on the other hand, can take a few drops. Keep that dry microfiber cloth on hand.

Tip #6: Spots on your Shots

If you notice dark spots or splotches on your images, it’s a good sign that your camera needs a cleaning. Using a sensor loupe will help to identify the spotty areas on your lens or sensor. An airbrush and brush will blow and wipe away dust, if that’s the culprit. For smudges, use the above mentioned microfiber cloth. Take some new photos and see if that did the trick. If not, consider sending your camera out for a professional cleaning.

Remember the preventative maintenance rules and use a light touch common sense when doing any maintenance. That said, always send your camera out if you’re uncomfortable with any of the cleaning or maintenance. It’s worth the time and money spent to send it out rather than the risk of damaging it.

Original Post by : http://www.digital-photo-secrets.com/tip/2852/6-secrets-to-maintaining-your-camera/

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