Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Photography Soup (Wedn November 7, 2007)

  • Episode 106 of Photoshop User TV is now ready! Some of the topics covered: Creating a beam of light for dramatic effect, four photography tips for more creative pictures, wrapping text around an unusually-sized object, and emailing your photos using PDFs.
  • To blog or not to blog asks David Ziser. He also asks Canon 10-22 or Sigma 12-24?
  • Check the latest free Adorama tip from the 100 tips in 100 days series.
  • According to we have two new 16gb SDHC class 6 memory cards in Japan from Transcend and Green House.
  • Scott Kelby reports from the Photoshop CS3 Magical Mystery tour, with a Lightroom vs The Bridge
  • 15 spectacular lightning images at DPS (Digital Photography School).
  • takes a first look at the Olympus E3.
  • Discover new websites and blogs at Photography Voter, and vote on your favorites.
  • Amateur Photographer UK reports on a Japan Camera Trade News report that prices of cameras with more than 8mp are going to drop sharply. We all know that prices drop progressively, so I'm not sure that this is unexpected.
  • Sunsets, sunsets, and more sunsets at Rick Wezenaar's blog.

    The Trouble Repor(t)
  • informs us of two troubles:
  • The Tamron 28-300 XR Di VC has trouble with some Canon SLRs, under certain situations (eg burst mode with the 40D, image stabilization with the 1Ds and EOS 7), and a few older film SLRs.
  • The Olympus FE-290 (the one that starts at 28mm wide) has some troubles as well.

    Inside the Imaging Insider
  • Is travel photography dead?
  • A Photoshop overhaul?
  • And a Photoshop Easter Egg.
  • More camera reviews including Canon 40D, Fuji Z100fd, Casio EX-Z1200, Olympus FE-300, Pentax Optio S10 and more.
  • Kodak opens $50 million plant in China.
  • CIPA informs us that 11.5 million cmaeras were shipped in September 2007.
  • Episode #28 of PhotoGeek TV is up and running.
  • Fotohacker goes behind the image stabilization scenes.
  • Andrew Barlow is launching his new book "301 inkjet tips and techniques" in New York. Andrew's book is available at Amazon for around $33 and free shipping.

    This Noisy Blog
  • Are you one of the 1001 Noisy Readers?

    Bargain Hunter's Corner
  • 4gb Kingston SDHC card $27 (after a $5 mail-in rebate) + S&H at B&H Photo.
  • Eye-Fi Wireless 2GB SD Memory Card - $99.99 from J&R World


    Rick Wezenaar said...

    Thanks :) ...again ! :)

    Rick Wezenaar

    1001 noisy cameras said...

    You are welcome! It was a nice collection of sunset photos!