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It seems as if creating a fuss can sometimes reap rewards. One of my, and just about every other ‘Pro’ user of Flickr’s, concerns regarding the site overhaul and changes to its business model has been clarified. ‘Pro’ members do now have the chance to renew their membership at the existing price (about $25 for [...]View Post business model, engadget, flickr, fuss, rewards
It’s pretty incredible what you can knock up in a day if you’re suitably caffeinated – or slowly on your way to getting sozzled. In the case of the Triggertrap Company Hackathon, I decided to build a site celebrating one of my favourite hobbies: Timelapse photography.View Post hell, hobbies, photography, poison, sozzled
As part of the World Photography Awards, Sony is laying on a series of photography masterclasses at London’s Somerset House on Friday 26, Saturday 27, and Sunday 28 April. Michael Wayne Plant will be demystifying photography, there will be session aimed at students looking to make photography their careers led by Magdi Fernandes, and the [...]View Post 28 april, exhibition, masterclasses, sony, world photography
The quest to bring ever smaller and lighter cameras with a decent set of specs to the masses continues with Sony’s HX50. This one places a 1/2.3″, 20.4 megapixel CMOS sensor behind a 30× optical zoom lens that’s supported by a healthy dollop of image stabilisation in the smallest and lightest body for a camera [...]View Post deploy, electronic viewfinder, hotshoe, resolution technology, sony