This week, Reg Vardy alerted us to Lexar’s new 512GB CF card.
13,800 x 16MB RAW files, or 347,000 standard jpegs!
Still, not for me, thanks. “Eggs in one basket”, and all that. I’ve lost images from card failure before.
Adam sent us off to war with this portfolio of interesting/amazing military photos,
You know I like to shoot multi-image landscape panoramas, right?
Well, this guy is shooting them on FILM using a whole roll for each horizontal row of “frames”!!
No room for error on this project!
With my talk of shooting the Milky Way last ep, Carl pointed me toward Photopills, which looks very similar to The Photographer’s Ephemeris.
The difference between the two is that TPE doesn’t cover celestial bodies other than the sun and moon, but IS at least on Android as well as that other operating system.
Photopills on the other hand is not Android capable.
Rob Coates admitted to also having a camera floating around that still has half a roll of unexposed film in it (first half exposed 13 years ago!), so he’s now inspired to go finish it off and get the roll developed. We want to see those images, Rob!
After his near-death-experience, Glynn is back with news of his recently-completed Brisbane workshops,
the twin head BUGGY macro flash,
could the laws about photographing police be on the verge of change?
Sony sells half of Olympus,
tin-type potraits from Sundance (Glynn’s link | my link),
got money to burn and not afraid to hang it off a drone?
PhaseOne has the 80 megapixel digital back for you!
There’s the TLR (twin lens reflex) instant camera with dedicated BOKEH mode,
Photojojo has a single use app, and it’s not a belated April Fool’s joke,
and finally, Glynn’s iPhone pano of the Palais Theatre in St Kilda.
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