Positano is famous for its views so if you’re planning a photography trip there you’d better be prepared because the famous village has just introduced a €1,000 (~$1,162) “tax” for commercial photography. Continue reading
If you’re not up to speed yet, Google made the Nik Collection software free, which we covered here.
If you downloaded the free Nik Collection Suite or were thinking about it, here more great news, this time from Tim Grey who announced that he will now give away all his video courses related to the Nik Collection for free as well! Continue reading
If you like black and white photography and black and white photo editing, you’re going to love this: Google announced that it’s making its Nik Collection of desktop photo editing software 100% free.
The entire collection is now free to download starting today, March 24th, 2016. If you spent money buying the collection anytime this year, you’ll get a full refund of your purchase price (it’ll be automatically issued soon). Amazing right? Continue reading
Whether you’re a photography enthusiast or just simply enjoy using Google services you can snag an extra 2GB of permanent storage space for free today. All you need to do complete Google’s simple Security Checkup to verify that your account is secure — it takes 2 minutes or even less. Continue reading
Canon releases the 1D X Mark II. If you like DSLRs you will love this camera but probably won’t afford it or ever shoot with it. Still a beauty to look at and probably the best DSLR in the world in 2016 which combines both photo and video supreme quality. Continue reading
A new DSLR assasin, the Fuji X-Pro 2 is coming to town, Canon and Nikon beware!
Superb camera design which features a brand new 24MP X-Trans III sensor. People have been asking for a new processor from Fuji for a long time and it’s here. Continue reading
On paper maybe at this time, but I would wait for a few reviews before going on a shopping spree. However, if you’re a wildlife and/ sports photographer and have already invested in Nikon glass you might really like this camera.
Nikon’s D5 APSC brother, the Nikon D500 boasts the following specs on paper:
Matt Granger is attending CES 2016 (CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. Held in Las Vegas every year, it has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for more than 40 years—the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.) and made this presentation video.
The D5 body looks amazing, it is a PRO body, don’t think I will ever own one but I have to appreciate the beauty of the design and its rugged looks. Did I mention I am a Canon shooter?
Nikon D5 SPECS: