Starting with Photo News this week -An instagramer makes $15,000 seling his prints! In one day!!!The Instagramer - Arnold Daniel http://instagram.com/arnold_danielThe Forbes Article - http://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffbercovici/2014/03/07/this-photographer-made-15k-in-one-day-on-instagram/Christina discusses buy expensive cameras and adding filters/effects.Christina's Lightroom presets of choice - Replichrome Presets12:00 Introduction to Presets in LightroomSigma is going to pay Nikon 14.5 Million for patent infringement! This is related to a a "complaint" I received from Craig this weekCraig
I'm registering a complaint with the camera manufactures: Why are you using different proprietary terminology for the same feature? Image Stabilization is a great example: Canon, IS (Image Stabilization); Nikon, VR (Vibration Reduction); Tamron, VC (Vibration Compensation); Olympus, IBIS (In Body Image Stabilization); Sony, OSS (Optical SteadyShot) and SSS (Super Steady Shot); Panasonic and Leica, OIS (Optical Image Stabilization); Sigma, OS (Optical Stabilization); Pentax, SR (Shake Reduction); Nokia, PV (PureView); HTC, UP (UltraPixel). Are manufactures just trying to make it more difficult for entry-level photographers, or any photographer for that matter? What is the thinking around this?
22:55 Follow up on my 70D Focus Issues26:06 First Look at the PolarPro Filters that arrived this week - very excited to try these out on my GoPro28:32 New HTC One plus One with dual camera tech hmmmm - sounds like the Lytro- what is that revolutionary product up to today?DISCUSSION35:06 Predictions for the future - Camera Technology.42:03 Take the POLL: Will the Canon T6i have dual pixel focusing technology?45:00 Click here to see Your predictions for future cameras on FacebookChristina’s Cat Lady Camera Owner Confession54:55 Reader Question - Using an external flash outside - with nothing to bounce the light how do you get good flash exposure?Bob SmithHow do I use my on camera speedlite when I there's nothing to bounce the flash off?I'm new to dslr's and recently purchased a Canon 430exii flash to supplement my Canon SL1. I was quickly and easily able to capture great pictures indoors by bouncing the flash and using a small stofen diffuser. However, I'm lost when I don't have something to bounce the flash off and end up aiming the flash directly at my subject and casting some hard heavy shadows. I try to reduce this by dialing the FEC down, but obviously the image gets dark. I most recently encountered this problem when trying to use fill flash on my wife with a sunset in the background. Any tips or recommended diffusers? Thanks Favorite Photo of the week -Christina Pickshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/joerggoetz/12979370023/in/pool-digitalphotorecToby Pickshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/27733102@N02/13130780863/in/pool-digitalphotorec Thanks - Submit to http://www.flickr.com/groups/digitalphotorec to see your photo picked as the picture of the week.