Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 Provides Huge Leap to Smartphone Photography Capabilities

Qualcomm today announced the Snapdragon 888, what the company says is the biggest architectural leap forward in AI. The Snapdragon 888 promises a plethora of additional options for the next generation of smartphones, including a new triple image signal processor for photography. While the Snapdragon 888 shows some giant performance leaps, gaming possibilities, and security …

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Apple Releases Calibration App for its Pro XDR Displays

Apple has announced the Pro Display XDR Calibrator along with Firmware version 4.2.30 that allows for in-field recalibration of the Pro Display XDR for specific color workflows that may require custom calibration. Apple says that every Pro Display XDR undergoes a factory display calibration process on the assembly line to ensure the accuracy of the …

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Sony Unveils Visual Story, A New Cloud Storage iOS App for Pro Photogs

Sony today announced Visual Story, a new free iOS app that provides gallery creation, cloud storage, and web delivery to professional wedding and event photographers who shoot Sony cameras. Once the app is paired with your Sony camera, the photos you shoot can automatically be transferred to your iPhone or iPad as they’re created, as …

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Sigma’s Magnetic Metal Lens Caps Are Proudly Over-Engineered

Sigma has included a new all-metal magnetic lens cap (in addition to the normal plastic cap) with its three latest lenses, and the company seems to admit that the meticulously crafted, tested, and machined pieces of metal are a bit over-engineered. Speaking about the new I Series lenses, Sigma’s CEO is quoted as saying, “To …

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Sigma Launches Three New Primes as Part of the I Series of Compact Lenses

Sigma has announced three new primes in the company’s “Contemporary” line of lenses, but has categorized them additionally under what they are calling the “I Series.” I Series Lenses are characterized by a compact design mixed with “superb optical performance.” The 35mm f/2, 65mm f/2, and 24mm f/3.5 join the 45mm f/2.8 in the I …

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Introduction to Shutter Speed in Digital Photography

The post Introduction to Shutter Speed in Digital Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Darren Rowse. Previously, I introduced the concept of the exposure triangle as a way of thinking about getting off of Auto Mode and exploring the idea of manually adjusting the exposure of your shots. The three …

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This Device Can Charge Four Different Camera Batteries at the Same Time

Very rarely does a photographer only have one type of battery these days. From your camera’s battery, to rechargeable AAs, to drone batteries, it can be cumbersome to try and carry a charger for each when traveling. Bronine wants to change that with the Volkit. The Volkit is a free voltage charging device with modular …

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Easy Eye-Catching Macro Photo Ideas You Can Make At Home

Photographers might be struggling with coming up with interesting photography ideas when cooped up at home to stay safe from COVID-19 or because the weather is bad. In this 7.5-minute video, Photographer Spencer Cox shows that great photos can still be made despite these challenges. Cox came up with five macro ideas that you can …

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