Author Archives: Joe
Today marks the 75th birthday of the Golden Gate Bridge. Since it’s one of my favorite photo subjects, I thought I’d post a few of my favorite images of the bridge. Happy birthday!
Today’s announcement of the Nikon D800 has upped the ante in the world of DSLR photography. With a 36.3 megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor and full HD 1080p video with stereo sound, the D800 is a game changer. And Nikon has set the bar even higher by announcing the D800E, which according to Nikon “incorporates an [...]
Having used Lightroom since its initial release 6 years ago, I’m excited about the announcement and availability of each new version. Today Adobe announced the availability of Lightroom 4 Public Beta. This version introduces two new modules – Book and Map – and adds major new functionality to the existing modules.
Specifications: 16.2 effective megapixel, full-frame sensor 10fps shooting with AF and AE, 11fps with focus and exposure locked, 24fps 2.5MP grabs 91,000 pixel sensor for metering, white balance, flash exposure, face detection and active d-lighting ISO Range 100-12,800 (extendable from 50 – 204,800) MultiCAM 3500FX Autofocus sensor works in lower light and with smaller apertures [...]
When Devin called, I knew instantly that he was sad. After the introductory, “Hey Granddad”, he said, “Steve Jobs died”, wiping a tear from his eye. I knew that because he had called me using FaceTime from his iPod. I said, “Yeah, I heard. Steve Jobs was one of my heroes.” “Mine, too”, he said. [...]