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Olympus E-PL3 First Impressions @ TechRadar

Mon July 18, 2011

Olympus PEN E-PL3

Olympus PEN E-PL3

We’ve added another Olympus E-PL3 hands-on preview to our Reviews Matrix.

TechRadar has published their first impressions of the Olympus E-PL3, a Digital Interchangeable Lens Compact System Camera with 12.3MP resolution (on a 17.3 x 13.0 mm High Speed Live MOS Sensor), Sensor-shift Image Stabilization, Dust Reduction, an extra large 3.0-in. LCD (460k-dot), Full HD Movie (1920×1080/60i) with stereo sound, Intelligent AUTO (auto scene recognition), PASM modes, Scene Modes, Shutter speed range of 60 – 1/4000 sec. plus Bulb (up to 30 mins), Continuous Shooting at 5.5fps, RAW file format, a hot shoe, and Art Filter.

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Nikon S9100 Review @ Imaging Resource

Mon July 18, 2011

Nikon Coolpix S9100

Nikon Coolpix S9100

I liked both the color capture and detail rendering of the Coolpix S9100′s images, even at high ISO and was able to make cropped 5x7s without worrying about loss of quality.

We’ve added a new Nikon COOLPIX S9100 [QuickPrice Check] Review to our Reviews Matrix.

Imaging Resource has posted their review of the Nikon Coolpix S9100, a compact digital camera with 12.1MP resolution (1/2.3-in. CMOS), 18x ultra wide-angle optical zoom (24-450mm equiv.), Sensor-shift Image Stabilization, 3.0-in. LCD (921k-dot), Program AE, Scene Modes, and Full HD Movie 1920×1080 at 30fps.

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Articles

Unless You’re The VERY Best, You Need To Be Professional

Mon July 18, 2011

David Saxe, over at Black Star, writes about the need for proessionalism. Can it be that unwittingly you are carrying a “difficult person to work with” label that may be holding you and your photography business back?

Read the article at: Black Star.

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10 O'Clock Smile, Fun Stuff, Videos

10 O’Clock Smile: Kitten With Overactive Imagination

Mon July 18, 2011


From ignoramusky

If you have ever grown up with kittens, you know they have an overactive imagination. All they need is an excuse to pounce, twirl around and imagine they are facing a worthy foe.

source Neatorama


Videos

Clay Strata-cut Stop Motion Animation

Mon July 18, 2011

Ratin Gorleg from Nicos Livesey on Vimeo.

London-based illustrator and animator Nicos Livesey creates a colorful log of plasticine containing geometric forms and patterns. He then slices away two-millimeter pieces, photographing the inside and moving the camera two millimeters closer as he goes along.

source fastcodesign

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Videos

How To Take Great Headshots by Peter Hurley

Mon July 18, 2011


From FStoppers

Peter Hurley shares his advice on how to take great headshots by creating the right atmosphere. OK, he banters.

source fstoppers


Fun Stuff

Man Looks At Face First, Woman At…

Mon July 18, 2011

A study about Visual Attention Pattern shows that men and women do look at things differently, in this case, ads. In the H&M ad above, men were found to look at the model’s face first while women zoomed in onto her breasts. Surprising? Both men and women were drawn to the woman’s legs and torso before the advert’s information and branding.

In another ad where an attractive female stands wearing nothing but a pair of white Reebok trainers, mens’ eyes were drawn to the model’s body and barely to the shoes at all. No surprise here!

A third ad featured a Saab car. While men went straight to the car’s specification before looking at the car, women were first drawn to the car then to its specification.

I wonder how men and women make their decision when choosing a digital camera.

Read more about the study and view more pictures at: mailonline.


Fun Stuff

Oh, Beehave! Covered in bees from head to toes.

Mon July 18, 2011

The farmer vs. the beekeeper. Wang Dalin, the beekeeper, attracted 26.8kg of bees onto his body in 60 minutes while Lv Kongjiang, the farmer, managed only 22.9 kg.

Read the article and view the pictures at: mailonline.