As soon as the Canon G1X MK II was announced, we had an immediate deluge of requests for a TCSTV field test.
In part 1 of thoughts on photography and interestingness,I was spurred by the title of a newspaper article I read last year:
“Humanity takes millions of photos every day. Why are most so
forgettable?” Today in part 2 I explore the idea of curiosity (from last
time) a little further, and give some perspective on an important thing
about interestingness – the audience.
With Chris out of town, Jordan Drake steps up like an outnumbered Jim Kelly and takes a look at the Sony’s new consumer 4K camera, the AX100! Did Sony have to make too many compromises to make 4K quality available for this affordable?
At first, I didn’t believe that I could get the shot. I unscrewed myshort lens and put on the big one- quietly- as if the bear could hear
me. I zoomed-in and tried to find compositional balance in the chaos of
rocks, water, and old driftwood. I metered off the sand. I waited and
watched as he roamed left then right, then up and up, poking his nose
into my frame. Click!
I am more willing to abstract from the photograph, attempting to write a phenomenological review of this seminal book that has, time and again, been referred to as the greatest photobook, and the standard by which all others might be judged.
The Nikon D4 was an amazing camera, but we were underwhelmed by thevideo performance. With the new D4S arriving, could Nikon have the most
well rounded DSLR in the world? To find out, we brought in the mighty
Nathan Elson, to shoot studio portraits with a 3 candle lighting kit!
Miller Tripods, one of the best regarded names in professional tripodssaw the same issue and responded with lightweight, but extremely high
performance tripods and fluid heads.
Entrance to these seminars is free with Admission to the The Outdoor Adventure and Travel Show.
- Saturday March 22, 201411:00am to 4:00pm
- Sunday March 23, 201411:00am to 4:00pm