Daily Archives: September 11, 2017

The Photographer Who’s Friends with Over 200 Hummingbirds


By day, Melanie Barboni is an assistant researcher at UCLA who studies volcanoes. But one of her nicknames is “The Hummingbird Whisperer,” and that’s because she’s an avid photographer who has become friends with a colony of over 200 hummingbirds. After moving into her office in the geology building at ...

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TIME’s Latest Cover Photos were Shot on the iPhone


TIME magazine’s latest issue features a special project titled FIRSTS, which features profiles of 46 influential women who are changing the world. For the photography in the project, TIME recruited 28-year-old Brazilian photographer Luisa Dörr to shoot 46 portraits and 12 cover photos using an iPhone. TIME Director of Photography ...

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Kodak Printomatic: A New Instant Print Camera


Kodak today launched a new stylish ‘point-and-shoot’ instant print camera, the Kodak Printomatic. It prints high-quality, full-color photos straight from the camera, something which Kodak says makes it the “ideal all-in-one solution for capturing and sharing vibrant prints instantly.” Created alongside its licensee C+A Global, the Printomatic is perfect for ...

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This is How the Leica M10 is Made


Want to see how Leica’s cameras are made these days? Photographer Richard Seymour made this 4-minute video that provides a beautiful look at how the new Leica M10 is built in Wetzlar, Germany. Leica writes that the M10 is exclusively put together by Leica specialists at the company’s factory in ...

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UN Calls for Global Drone Registration Database


The United Nations’ own aviation agency, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), is backing a move to develop a single, global database which would require all unmanned aircraft to be registered to it. The ICAO has no power to impose regulations on any countries, but during a symposium in Montreal ...

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Profoto Brings Air Remote TTL and HHS to Fujifilm Cameras


Profoto has just announced the new Air Remote TTL-F. Fujifilm photographers will now be able to benefit from TTL (Through The Lens) and HSS (High-Speed Sync) capabilities with a number of Profoto flashes. Profoto’s B1X, b1, B2, D2, and Pro-10 lights will work with the remote, which is a small ...

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