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March 2011 News  
Feature: Crisp light, great moments typify the wedding photography of Cliff Mautner
Because of his newspaper background, Cliff Mautner had not been indoctrinated in the style of carefully posed wedding formals where you “run to open shade and make boring pictures,” as Mautner puts it. Early on, says the Philadelphia-based wedding shooter, he trained himself to use whatever light was available, and the result is a distinctive style that has earned Mautner numerous accolades along the way to building a successful 50-weddings-a-year business. We have a feature on the former Philadelphia Inquirer staffer who is now considered to be one of the finest wedding photographers in the world.
March 31, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Paul C. Buff updates Cyber Commander firmware
Lighting maker Paul C. Buff has released a firmware update for its Cyber Commander remote power control device. Firmware Version 36 corrects an instance in which the device could draw too much power while asleep as well as a modeling light-related bug affecting certain "analog lights."
March 31, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Austria's DiePresse.com features daily highlights
Austria's DiePresse.com features a gallery of daily images that are worth a look.
March 31, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Nikon resumes production at Japan digital SLR plant
In an announcement today, Nikon indicates that its Japanese digital SLR manufacturing facility in Sendai has resumed operation and that the company expects to be able to secure the parts needed to build its products at this and other domestic plants as well. In the statement, however, Nikon cautions they might not be able achieve full production levels, primarily because of ongoing electricity blackouts.
March 31, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Stern galleries always interesting
We can always rely on Stern to show us images in their galleries that are different from the images found on other sites but no less interesting.
March 31, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Adobe demonstrates Photoshop concept app for iPad
Photography Bay is reporting that Adobe showed off a Photoshop-like concept app for Apple's iPad, yesterday at Photoshop World in Las Vegas. During his keynote presentation, Adobe VP John Loiacono demonstrated the sophisticated manipulation of a multi-layer picture. He described the app as "a concept of some technology we're looking at" rather than a finished product.
March 31, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Free webinar "The New Digital Zone System" on April 5th
A free webinar on a "digital zone system", described as a "21st century re-imagining" of the classic system developed by Ansel Adams, will be presented by photographer Lee Varis in two parts beginning on April 5, 2011.
March 30, 2011 | FULL STORY 
CreativePro reviews Nik Silver Efex Pro 2.0
In a review by Ben Long, CreativePro has given a perfect 10 out of 10 points to Nik Silver Efex Pro 2.0, a Photoshop plug-in for making black-and-white conversions from color images.
March 30, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Free color management webinar from X-Rite on March 31st
X-Rite is offering a free webinar titled "Beyond Monitor Calibration—Get Prints That Match Your Display" that will take place at 1:00pm EST on March 31st.
March 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Bibble 5.2.2 released
The Pro and Lite editions of the raw workflow software application, Bibble, have been updated to v5.2.2, adding support for Canon's sRAW and mRAW formats, two Sony cameras, and the Nikon D1x.
March 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC selects the week's best in sports
MSNBC features the best peak action images in the Week in Sports Pictures.
March 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times highlights Pictures in the News
The Los Angeles Times features a fine selection in Pictures of the News: March 28, 2011.
March 29, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Fujifilm FinePix X100 release now scheduled for early April
A notice (English translation) posted today on the Fujifilm Japan website indicates the FinePix X100 should begin to ship in early April. While originally slated for release in the middle of March worldwide, the recent earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan caused an interruption in X100 production and subsequent delay in broad availability. While the early-April release described in the notice appears to apply to the Japanese domestic market only, it is perhaps a sign the much-anticipated camera will soon be shipping around the globe.
March 28, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Boingo releases app to find free and paid Wi-Fi hotspots
Boingo has released Wi-Finder, an app that lets you search a database for Wi-Fi hotspots, both those that are free and those that are part of the Boingo network. It's available for Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android.
March 28, 2011 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC weekly gallery well worth a look
A long-time favourite, MSNBC's weekly galleries are always top notch and the March 17 - 24 edition is no exception.
March 26, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Photojournalist tells of recent hotspot experiences
Photojournalist John Moore talks about recent experiences in Egypt, Libya and Bahrain in this multimedia clip on The Travel Photographer.
March 25, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times posts short-but-sweet slideshow
The Los Angeles Times features an interesting collection of images in Pictures in the News: March 25, 2011.
March 25, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Frame highlights military might
The Frame from The Sacramento Bee features an image gallery on the international forces' involvement in Libya.
March 25, 2011 | FULL STORY 
M.I.C. debuts CF and SD card adapters for iPad2/iPad
The online vendor M.I.C. has announced a 2-in-1 CompactFlash/USB card reader and a 3-in-1 SD/MicroSD/USB reader for the iPad 2; both are also compatible with the original iPad.
March 25, 2011 | FULL STORY 
AnandTech reviews iPad 2
AnandTech has published a long and detailed review of Apple's iPad 2.
March 25, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Canon USA posts brief statement on status of imports
Canon USA has posted a brief update on the status of imports, but it essentially says simply that the company is still evaluating the situation. Of perhaps more interest, the statement spends a paragraph noting that the U.S. Customs service is carefully checking Japanese imports for radiological contamination.
March 25, 2011 | FULL STORY 
New issue of "Litebook", lighting magazine from Bowens, published
The latest issue of "Litebook", a free advertorial-style magazine about photographic lighting published by Bowens and available online or in print, has been posted.
March 25, 2011 | FULL STORY 
PhotoShelter releases "How to Sell Prints" free e-book
PhotoShelter has released a new free 44-page PDF guide called "How to Sell Prints" with tips on marketing, pricing, selecting, and producing prints for sale on your web site.
March 24, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Book "Publish Your Photography Book" released
A new book on how to get a book of photographs produced and published, written by Darius D. Himes and Mary Virginia Swanson, has been released.
March 24, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Very cool retro-look video made using Canon EOS 7D burst mode
Photographer/filmmaker Ryan Hargrave has used the 8-fps burst mode of a Canon EOS 7D to make a lovely video of (we think) his two young sons that looks remarkably like it was shot on an amateur 8mm movie camera from circa 1955.
March 24, 2011 | FULL STORY 
ExpoImaging announces 3-in-1 grid for shoe-mount flashes
ExpoImaging has announced the Rogue Grid, a set of stacking honeycomb grids for shoe-mount flashes that can be configured to give 45°, 25°, or 16° spot lighting control.
March 24, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic takes a look back at Chernobyl
In light of recent events, The Atlantic takes a poignant look back at The Chernobyl Disaster: 25 Years Ago.
March 23, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Frame features World Water Day
The Frame from The Sacramento Bee features World Water Day, an image gallery on the resource we often take for granted but cannot live without.
March 23, 2011 | FULL STORY 
National Geographic features the Crimea
National Geographic features A Jewel in Two Crowns, the work of photographer Gerd Ludwig on Russia.s lost paradise.
March 23, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Interesting travel gallery in The Times
The New York Times features Asia Up Close, an interesting collection of travel images from various Asian countries.
March 23, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Two more photographers and a reporter freed by Libya
The Miami Herald reports that Getty Images photographer Joe Raedle, Agence France-Presse (AFP) photographer Roberto Schmidt, and AFP reporter Dave Clark, who were captured by pro-Qaddafi forces in Libya, have been released.
March 23, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Apple releases Aperture 3.1.2
Apple has released Aperture 3.1.2, an update of its pro photo management and RAW conversion application for Mac. The new version addresses over a dozen bugs and is a free update to any earlier v3.x release.
March 22, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Nikon's Sendai plant to resume production before the end of March
In a statement today, Nikon indicates that its "severely damaged" digital SLR plant in Sendai, Japan will resume operation before the end of March, while its lens plant in Tochigi prefecture was up and running as of March 18. Normal levels of production may be difficult to achieve, however, owing to "problems such as the planned blackouts of electricity and procurement of components from our business partners," says the statement. In addition, the company is reporting that one of its Sendai employees died as a result of the earthquake and tsunami that swept the region earlier this month, and that the status of three others is not known at this time, presumably because they are missing.
March 22, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Collector paying newspapers millions for scanning and other rights to photo archives
Poynter.org has posted a story about John Rogers, a collector who has been paying large sums of money to several U.S. newspapers for various rights to their photo archives; as part of the arrangement, he scans the images and provides the papers with metadata-rich digital versions of their archives.
March 22, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Photographer talks about image of jet crashing
LENS, The New York Times blog, features pictures and an an interview with Agence France-Presse photographer Patrick Baz who captured the much-used image of the jet crashing in Benghazi, Libya.
March 22, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Freed New York Times' journalists give account of captivity; 13 others missing
The four journalists — two noted photographers, a videographer, and a reporter — who were captured, then released, in Libya by forces loyal to Colonel Qaddafi have told their harrowing story. The Committee to Protect Journalists reports that 13 other journalists covering the unrest in Libya and elsewhere in the Middle East are in captivity or are missing.
March 22, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Gallery focuses on River people of the Amazon
Photographer Cristina Goettsch Mittermeier features s gallery of interesting images in her work on the River people of the Amazon. The other galleries on her site which was mentioned in The Travel Photographer also have a conservation theme.
March 21, 2011 | FULL STORY 
PDNOnline: U.S. agribusinesses pressing to criminalize photos of farms
PDNOnline has posted a story about efforts by agribusiness-friendly state legislators in Florida and Iowa to make photographing farms without the farm owner's permission a crime. The proposed Florida law would apply even to photos taken from public spaces such as roadways.
March 21, 2011 | FULL STORY 
50 bizarre, funny, and/or unlikely pictures
Buzzfeed has published 50 entertaining "unexplainable" pictures collected from the blog, Black and WTF.
March 21, 2011 | FULL STORY 
SI asks: Did You See That?
Sports Illustrated's SI.COM highlights some interesting images from the sports world in the feature: Did You See That?
March 21, 2011 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC presents best of week in sports
MSNBC features the Week in Sports Pictures, a look at peak action and otherwise interesting moments from the world of sports.
March 21, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Infotrends study shows U.S. professional photography market recovering
A survey of U.S. pro photographers by Infotrends shows that in 2010 the professional photography market began to recover from the effects of the recession.
March 18, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Blurb releases BookSmart 3.0 bookmaking software
New in BookSmart 3.0, the bookmaking software from photo book printing service Blurb, are two-page photo spreads plus the option to duplicate an existing layout and change its book size, all in one step. BookSmart 3.0 is a free download for Mac and Windows.
March 18, 2011 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC picks week in pictures
It's difficult to think of images in the news without thinking about Japan and this is reflected in this MSNBC The Week in Pictures gallery.
March 18, 2011 | FULL STORY 
New York Times photographers missing in Libya (updated)
New York Times photographers Lynsey Addario and Tyler Hicks, as well as videographer Stephen Farrell and reporter Anthony Shadid, who were missing in Libya since Tuesday, were captured by pro-Qaddafi forces; Libya says they will be released Friday, March 18th.
March 17, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Photojournalism crowd-funding site emphas.is launches
A new initiative, called emphas.is, which will generate funding for photojournalists to complete specific documentary projects, has launched. Projects will be crowd-funded with large numbers of donations of as little as $10 gathered at the emphas.is web site, which went live earlier this week.
March 17, 2011 | FULL STORY 
A quick look at the revised mount on the Einstein 640 monolight
Back in January, lighting maker Paul C. Buff began to ship a revised version of the Einstein 640 that addressed a flaw in the monolight's accessory mount, one which resulted in some softboxes and other modifiers not being held securely. We've been using a set of Einstein 640s with the new mount for about two months, and can report that the beefier mount mechanism and reshaped mounting fingers do the job: the Einstein 640 now holds on tight to any speedring or reflector we've put on, including two that were prone to falling off previously.
March 17, 2011 | FULL STORY 
LENS explores life's changes through images
LENS, The New York Times blog features Metro Lens Series, a collection of images that explores life through the eyes various photographers.
March 17, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Review: Vagabond Mini Lithium portable power pack
Not that many years ago, portable power options for studio flash were exclusively heavy, expensive or both. While battery + pure sine wave inverter systems have gotten less expensive as well as more powerful over time, commercially-available options have remained bulky and fairly hefty. The Vagabond Mini Lithium changes that in a big way. Make that a small way: as by far the most compact product of its type, the Vagabond Mini Lithium has the potential to significantly alter how photographers work on location. But only if this new portable power source lives up to the promise of full-size performance in a pint-size package. We review the Vagabond Mini Lithium, comparing its recycle and runtime capabilities with several larger portable power packs from Godox, Innovatronix, Profoto and others.
March 16, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times offers interesting collection of portraits
Photographers at the Los Angeles Times may be called upon to shoot a portrait of movie star in a limited time slot but a look at the Celebrity Portraits gallery on the Times website indicates they've used that time wisely.
March 16, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Creating a wedding photography web site that sells
Black Star Rising has posted a series of short videos by "Bride Attraction System" creator Natalie Bradley outlining her principles for creating effective wedding photography web sites.
March 16, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Think Tank Photo rolls out five small pouches, including AA battery holder
Think Tank Photo has added five small pouches and holders to its lineup of bags for photographers. The AA Battery Holder, Credential Holder, Passport Holder and both small and large sizes of Travel Pouch are shipping now.
March 16, 2011 | FULL STORY 
LENS provides a parting glance at Brian Lanker
LENS, The New York Times blog, features Parting Glance: Brian Lanker, 1947-2011, a story along with some images of the Pulitzer-winning photographer's work.
March 15, 2011 | FULL STORY 
ASMP offers extensive, free U.S. copyright resources for photographers
The American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) has an ongoing initiative called Registration ©ounts, which includes an extensive set of free online resources related to U.S. copyright law and practice for photographers.
March 15, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Lexar now shipping 64GB, 128GB SDXC cards
Lexar has announced that their Professional 133X SDXC memory cards are now shipping. Available in 64GB and 128GB models (the company claims the latter capacity is an industry first), they have manufacturer's suggested retail prices of US$199.99 and US$329.99, respectively.
March 15, 2011 | FULL STORY 
AnandTech reviews new "Sandy Bridge" 13 and 15-inch Apple Macbook Pro models
AnandTech has published a lengthy review of Apple's new "Sandy Bridge" 13 and 15-inch Macbook Pro laptops, concluding that both models, but particularly the 13-inch, are significant improvements over their predecessors.
March 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
MSNBC picks best of week in sports
MSNBC features a nice selection of images in the Week in Sports Pictures.
March 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Donate to the earthquake and tsunami relief effort in Japan (updated)
If you'd like to contribute financially to the relief efforts in Japan you have both direct and indirect donation methods to choose from. Here are pointers to some of your many options, including the purchase of apps for your iOS device.
March 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Canon, Nikon suspend operations at certain facilities in Japan
Canon has suspended operations at eight of its facilities in Japan, all in areas affected by last week's earthquake and resulting tsunami, and is reporting 15 injuries at its EF lens factory in Utsunomiya. Nikon has also suspended operations at various locations, including at its higher-end digital SLR and F6 factory in Sendai. The company is reporting an unspecified number of injuries to employees as well.
March 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Before/after satellite photos show extent of Japan earthquake devastation
A gallery of satellite photos on the ABC (Australia) News site, captured before and after last week's earthquake in Japan, show all too well its devastating impact on the country. Also, The Atlantic has now published a second gallery of pictures from Japan, this time depicting the aftermath of the quake.
March 14, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Pocket-lint: Which tablet should I buy?
Pocket-lint has published a comparison, based largely on specifications, of the Apple iPad 2 and six leading Android, Web OS, and Blackberry tablet devices that are either available now or soon will be.
March 12, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Japan earthquake galleries abound
The devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan have resulted in numerous galleries full of amazing images from the event.
March 12, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Wall Street Journal has 200,000 paid subscribers on iPad, Kindle
The CEO of the Wall Street Journal's parent company, Dow Jones, says the newspaper has an "astounding" 200,000 paid iPad, Kindle, and other tablet device subscribers, confirming that the future of journalism will increasingly rely on delivering content to readable mobile devices, according to a report on the Boston Herald's web site.
March 11, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Researchers create digital camera the size of a grain of salt
Scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany have created a 62,500 pixel (.o6-megapixel) digital camera that measures 1 x 1 x 1 millimeter -- about the size of a coarse grain of salt -- and they believe it's the world's smallest camera.
March 11, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Employees, facilities at Canon and Nikon mostly unaffected by Japan quake
Published reports state that employees and buildings of Canon, Nikon and several other digital SLR and compact camera makers were mostly spared in today's devastating earthquake in Japan, though temporary production stoppages are in effect in some cases.
March 11, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic posts Earthquake in Japan images
The Atlantic features a gallery of images showing the devastation from the 8.9-magnitude Earthquake in Japan.
March 11, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Adobe posts Photoshop Lightroom 3.4 and Camera Raw 6.4 release candidates
Adobe has posted release candidates of Photoshop Lightroom 3.4 and Camera Raw 6.4. Lightroom and Camera Raw extend RAW conversion support to seven new camera models including the Canon EOS Rebel T3i/600D, Hasselblad H4D-40 and Olympus XZ-1 and correct several bugs including a magenta cast problem that affected Nikon D7000 multiple exposure NEFs. A total of 13 new or improved lens correction profiles for Canon and Nikon mount lenses are also included.
March 10, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Die Presse daily images an interesting collection
Austria's Die Presse.com features a gallery of daily images collected from the past months.
March 10, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Stern sports gallery an always-interesting collection
Stern's online magazine features a large gallery consisting of the best of daily sports images.
March 9, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times daily gallery consistently good
The Los Angeles Times features a collection of interesting images in Pictures in the News, March 8, 2011.
March 9, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Paul C. Buff releases firmware v26 for the Einstein 640 monolight
Paul C. Buff has released firmware v26 for its Einstein 640 monolight. The new firmware adds support for the upcoming LPA Design PocketWizard PowerMC2 power control module (enabling the setting of PocketWizard channel and zone on the flash's rear LCD) and, when the Paul C. Buff Cyber Commander is in use, disables the sync port, optical slave and turns off the modeling light of any Einstein that's not in the currently active group.
March 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
X-Rite i1Profiler now slated to ship "before May 1, 2011" (updated)
i1Profiler, X-Rite's upcoming colour profiling software and the centrepiece of various new colour management packages announced by the company late last year, is now slated to ship "before May 1, 2011," says a post on the X-Rite Photo blog.
March 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Lastolite acquired by Manfrotto owner for US$15.8 million
Vitec Group, the parent company of lighting and camera support maker Manfrotto and various other photo and video gear brands, has announced the purchase of British accessories outfit Lastolite in a deal worth up to £9.75 million (about US$15.8 million at today's exchange rates).
March 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Post weekly best worth a look
The Denver Post photo blog makes a fine selection for its Pictures of the Week: March 7, 2011.
March 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
LIFE features day's best
LIFE features Today's Top Photos, a gallery of interesting images from around the world.
March 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
The Atlantic features Antarctica
The Atlantic features In Focus: Recent Scenes from Antarctica, a gallery of interesting images of nature and science in that area.
March 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Dancing in The Big Picture
The Big Picture from The Boston Globe features Bodies in motion: Dancing around the world, a nice change of pace from the image galleries of never-ending turmoil throughout the world.
March 8, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Times features the week in pictures
The Los Angeles Times features the best of last week in The Week in Pictures, Feb.28 - March 6, 2011.
March 6, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Fascinating time-lapse video of a Manhattan bridge delivery
Photographer Stephen Mallon produced and directed a fascinating time-lapse video edited down from 30,000 still images of the delivery and installation of the new, 350-ft. long Willis Avenue Bridge connecting Manhattan to the Bronx.
March 4, 2011 | FULL STORY 
PDNOnline: Getting signed with a photographer's rep
PDNOnline has posted an article titled "What Reps Want" that comprises interviews with five photography agents who talk about what they're looking for when they consider representing a photographer.
March 4, 2011 | FULL STORY 
New pro photographer interviews at NPS Pro Spotlight
Nikon's ongoing NPS Pro Spotlight feature, a series of 15 to 20-minute video interviews with pro photographers, has posted four new segments. Newly featured photographers include Dave Black, Ann Elliott Cutting, Tom Bol, and Richard Aaron talking about their experiences with digital technology, shooting rock n' roll in black-and-white, the art and practice of high fashion and commercial lifestyle photography, and other topics.
March 4, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Eizo announces 27-inch self-calibrating LCD monitor
Eizo has announced the ColorEdge CG275W, a new 27-inch LCD monitor that can display 97% of the Adobe RGB color space and comes with a built-in hardware color calibration device.
March 3, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Post features the best of spring training
In many parts of the world it's difficult to imagine spring but The Denver Post photo blog features The Game: The Rites of Spring, a comprehensive gallery of images from the beginning of spring training in Major League Baseball's Grapefruit League.
March 3, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Reuters posts best of February
Reuters features Pictures of the month: February, a collection of the best images taken buy the news agency's worldwide crew of photographers.
March 3, 2011 | FULL STORY 
CPN: Advanced (Canon) speedlite strategies
The Canon Professional Network has published "Getting the most from Speedlites (Pt. 4): advanced Speedlite strategies", the final installment of a four-part series by photographer Syl Arena on the use of Canon Speedlites.
March 2, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Webinar: The Truth About Copyright for Creative Professionals
Author and graphic designer Pariah Burke will present a webinar on April 20, 2011 on the subject of copyright (focused on U.S. law, we're guessing). The webinar incorporates information that Burke gained from interviews with more than a dozen intellectual property attorneys.
March 2, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Imaging Executive podcast: Finding balance between art and business
The Association of Imaging Executives website has posted a podcast of a 13-minute audio interview with author and professional photographer Susan Carr who talks about her new book and about balancing art and business, as well as strategies for success for professional photographers.
March 2, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Apple unveils iPad 2, shipments to commence March 11 in U.S.
At an event in San Francisco today, Apple unveiled the iPad 2, an update of the company's popular tablet device (and a key part of our own location workflow). Both 33% thinner and 0.2lb lighter than its predecessor, the iPad 2 features a new dual-core A5 processor, promised faster graphics and possibly more RAM, which should give the device a welcome speed boost when juggling larger digital SLR files. Plus, full mirroring of the internal screen to an external HDMI- or VGA-connected display, front and rear facing video cameras, the same 10-hour battery life rating as before but no built-in memory card slot or USB port.
March 2, 2011 | FULL STORY 
WHNPA features contest winners
The White House News Photographers Association features The Eyes of History 2011, the winning entries in the various categories including portrait, sports action, portfolio and numerous others.
March 2, 2011 | FULL STORY 
LA Times features Pictures in the News
The Los Angeles Times features Pictures in the News, a gallery that never disappoints.
March 2, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Post photo blog features last week's best
The Denver Post photo blog features Pictures of the Week: February 28, 2011.
March 2, 2011 | FULL STORY 
Lensbaby introduces new 35mm optic with adjustable apertures
Lensbaby has announced the Sweet 35 Optic, a 35mm focal length optic insert that fits into the company's lens bodies. Unlike other Lensbaby optics, the Sweet 35 has a built-in diaphragm, allowing quicker aperture adjustments.
March 1, 2011 | FULL STORY 
  XQD, Ethernet and the Nikon D4 (View)
  LPA Design announces PocketWizard Plus III transceiver (View)
  Announced: Nikon D800 with 36.15 million image pixel sensor (View)
  Review: Delock Card Reader FireWire B (Nr. 91694) (View)
  Review: Lexar 1000X blazes to 129MB/s read speed, best-in-class write speeds (View)
  Q&A with Nikon D4 engineer Toshiaki Akagi (View)
  Larger sensor at the heart of 14.20 million image pixel Canon Powershot G1 X (View)
  Nikon announces 16.16 million image pixel, 10fps D4 digital SLR (View)
  First Look: Nikon Mount Adapter FT1 (View)
  Review: Nikon Speedlight SB-910 (View)
  Feature: Stephen Mallon shoots a bridge's journey (View)
  Feature: Wildlife shooter Scott Linstead captures slices of time (View)
  Tip: Alternate mounting options for the Vagabond Mini Lithium (View)
  Review: Nikon's J1 and V1 cameras and 1 Nikkor lenses (View)
  Canon announces 17.92 million image pixel EOS-1D X (View)
  Feature: William B. Plowman goes underground (View)
  Feature: Joel Hawksley starts a photography career (View)
  Review: the Apple iMac 21.5-inch (View)
  Feature: impressions of the Apple iPad 2 (View)
  Review: M.I.C. CF Card Reader for iPad and iPad 2 (View)
  Feature: the quiet, lovely photographs of Joseph O. Holmes (View)
  Photosmith iPad app now available (View)
  Eye-Fi Direct Mode for X2 SDHC cards rolling out today (update 2) (View)
  Feature: Carl de Souza self-assignment produces remarkable steel mill photos (View)
  Feature: Robert Seale on photographing Evan Longoria for Sports Illustrated (View)
  Feature: Crisp light, great moments typify the wedding photography of Cliff Mautner (View)
  Review: Vagabond Mini Lithium portable power pack (View)
  Review: blueSLR remote trigger and geolocation system for Nikon (View)
  Patent infringment suit filed on eve of 344MHz Phottix Atlas production (updated) (View)
  Dynalite revamps power pack lineup, releases high performance 1600ws pack (View)
  Review: the Nikon Speedlight SB-700 (updated) (View)
  A first look at ShutterSnitch 2.0 for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch (View)
  PocketWizard MiniTT1, FlexTT5 for Nikon head to dealers (View)
  Photokina 2010: Beyond the cameras, part 2 (View)
  Photokina 2010: Beyond the cameras, part 1 (View)
  Wireless photography with an iPad and ShutterSnitch (View)
  Canon Expo 2010 kicks off in New York (View)
  Fighter jet crash "one of the most unforgettable moments," says photographer (View)
  Stopping action with the Paul C. Buff Einstein 640 monolight (View)
  An analysis of EOS-1D Mark IV autofocus performance (View)
  PLM umbrellas offer sweet combo of efficiency and softness (View)
  A first look at Nikon D3S high ISO image quality, plus the new 70-200mm f/2.8 (View)
  LibertyPak Little Genny LG400 provides premium portable power for strobes (View)
  DSLR Camera Remote for iPhone comes to life in v1.1 (View)
  Revamped MacBook Pro line delivers top-notch display quality (View)
  A look inside Nikon's Sendai digital SLR factory (View)
  An analysis of EOS-1D Mark III autofocus performance (View)
  Notes from Canon headquarters (View)
  Staying sharp: A veteran news shooter seeks new challenges (View)
  Beneath the waves with the Nikon D2X (View)
  Alex Majoli points and shoots (View)
  A look back at the NC2000 (View)
  Shooting the D1X for National Geographic (View)

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