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Monday, April 30, 2012

Triggertrap Mobile for iOS

By combining the success from their previous two products – the Kickstarter-funded Triggertrap v1 and Triggertrap Shield for Arduino – the Triggertrap team announced a brand new product today; Triggertrap Mobile. The Triggertrap Mobile app introduces several triggering mechanisms that have never before been seen in a consumer device: For example, Distance-Lapse triggering enables the user to set up a camera to take a photo at regular distance-intervals (every 100 meters, for example). When they are assembled into a movie, it appears as if the entire journey was conducted at exactly the same pace. In Eased Timelapse mode, the Triggertrap Mobile app uses mathematical formulas to vary the interval between photographs dynamically. The result is that, in the assembled time-lapse video, it appears as if time speeds up at the beginning of the video, and slows back down at the end. In addition to the standard Timelapse, Distance-Lapse and Eased Timelapse modes, Triggertrap Mobile offers nine other triggering modes built in, including face recognition, a shock sensor, a motion sensor, a magnetometer, a sound sensor, automatic HDR bracketing with up to 19 exposures per set and configurable steps between each exposure, a HDR Timelapse mode and Star Trail photography mode. The full edition of the app costs $9.99 and there is also a free trial version available, with a reduced feature set.

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TrueDoF-Pro Depth of Field Calculator

TrueDoF-Pro is an advanced depth of field tool for iPhone and iPod Touch users. TrueDoF-Pro is available now from the App Store for $5.99.

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Rollei CT-5A Tripod

The Rollei CT-5A is a new versatile aluminium tripod. Offering a maximum working height of 1.57m and weighing 1.7 kg including the tripod head, the CT-5A folds down to just 43cm and can be converted into a monopod. The Rollei Fotopro CT-5A has a 2 year guarantee and is now available for an RRP of EUR 249.95.

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84.5mm Lens Filters

84.5mm is a new brand of camera lens filters. 84.5mm filters are universally compatible and extended to fit square holder filter type P “84 to 85 mm”. The first serial production series of 84.5 filters will be available worldwide from 28th of May 2012.

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Friday, April 27, 2012

Sony World Photography Awards 2012 Winners Announced

American photographer Mitch Dobrowner has been announced as the winner of the prestigious L’Iris d’Or - 2012 Sony WPO Photographer of the Year award. Dobrowner was presented with the award during the Sony World Photography Awards Gala ceremony at the Hilton Hotel in London’s Park Lane for his extraordinary series of images, Storms. Over 112,000 images were entered into the 2012 competition from 171 countries – the largest number of entries to date. The Sony World Photography Awards Open Photographer of the Year title was awarded to Tobias Bräuning for his innovative and striking image Dancing Queen, in the split second category, a new category this year.

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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year

From 6 July to 28 October 2012 one hundred photographs from the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest will go on display at the World Museum in Liverpool. The overall winner of the competition was Daniel Beltrá from Spain for his work Still life in oil, a striking image of eight brown pelicans rescued from an oil spill (above). Young Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year winner was Mateusz Piesiak from Poland with his work Pester power, a picture that depicts two American oyster-catchers on a beach on Long Island, New York. This will be the first time that the exhibition will be seen in the UK outside London.

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The Return to Beauty – the Photography of Nicky Taylor

Christopher Walker Art has announced a major solo exhibition for new artist Nicky Taylor at The Strand Gallery, London from June 11th-17th. “The title [The Return to Beauty] is close to the Artist’s heart, as it represents a rebellion against what he sees as the monopoly of ‘fashionable,’ ‘shock photography,’’ which limits its subject matter to the grotesque and the shocking, the ugly, or the perverted,” the organisers say. “The viewer of Nicky Taylor’s work is lifted out of the urban environment to confront the awesome majesty of Nature. Explore the Salkantay trail to Savage Mountain in South America, rising to 20,000 feet above sea level, or plunge down into the depths of the ocean to experience the depths, and the almost alien like creatures that it supports.” The Strand Gallery is located at 32 John Adam Street,London WC2N 6BP. The exhibition is accompanied by the release of an 11” x 8.5” coffee table book of the same title, featuring 75 full colour photographs..

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Tokina Reflex 300mm f/6.3 Macro

Kenko Tokina has re-announced its lightweight 300mm mirror lens for Micro Four Thirds. Now named the “Tokina Reflex 300mm f/6.3 Macro,” the lens measures only 66x66mm (length x diameter) and weighs in at a mere 300 grams - remarkable figures for a lens whose angle of view is similar to that of a 600mm optic in a 35mm system. Like the vast majority of mirror lenses, the Tokina Reflex 300mm f/6.3 Macro is a manual-focus lens with a fixed aperture. The lens takes 55mm filters, focuses down to 0.8m and offers a maximum reproduction ratio of 1:2 (hence the “macro” designation), In Japan, the Tokina Reflex 300mm f/6.3 Macro is scheduled to go on sale next month for 40,000 yen excluding taxes.

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Airport 4-Sight

In May, Think Tank Photo will release its first four-wheeled rolling camera bag, the Airport 4-Sight. Accommodating a pro dSLR camera with four to five lenses, the Airport 4-Sight meets international airline carry-on standards. “The Airport 4-Sight is in a class by itself,” said Doug Murdoch, Think Tank Photo’s co-founder and lead designer.  “It appeals to frequent flyers or anyone who seeks ease in transporting gear. Smart design features like reduced overall weight and increased manoeuvrability, ergonomics and capacity make this rolling camera bag a breakthrough in the industry.” Available next month, the Airport 4-Sight can be yours for $299.75.

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Fine Art America Announces Photo Contest

Fine Art America has announced a photo contest offering photographers around the world the opportunity to have their work featured in a 30-second Fine Art America television commercial. The submission deadline is 31st May but note that the open voting period also ends on that day so it is recommended that you enter your work as soon as possible. Photographs that have received at least 250 votes from the general public will become eligible for final selection by a jury of Fine Art America staff members and industry professionals such as Bob Riha, veteran USA TODAY photographer; and Craig T. Mathews of Mathew Imaging, among others. The panel of jurors will have until 15th June to cast their votes. Each of the five winners will have one of his or her images displayed on air for five seconds while a voiceover artist explains the Fine Art America business model and the virtues of buying artwork from living artists and photographers. Each image will fill the entire frame and will include the photographer’s headshot, name and hometown overlaid at the bottom left corner.

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