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Nikon Europe Invites Documentary Photographers in Certain Countries to Apply for the ‪#‎NOORNikonMasterclass‬ in Amsterdam Before Midnight C.E.T. 13 September 2015

Fri September 4, 2015

The following video presents “Capturing Wildlife” by Florian and Salomon Schulz:

Short behind the scenes video shot with a Nikon D600 in Yellowstone, USA by adventure photographers and videographers Florian and Salomon Schulz.


Nikon invites documentary photographers to apply for the Noor-Nikon Amsterdam Masterclass in Documentary Photography 2015, which is a FREE five-day masterclass taking place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands 16 through 20 November 2015.

Aspiring ‪#‎photojournalists‬, you have less than two weeks to apply for the ‪#‎NOORNikonMasterclass‬ in Amsterdam on 16-20 November!

You could be working on your portfolio with tutors Asim Rafiqui and Francesco Zizola, but only if you get your application in by 13 September.

This masterclass is open to documentary photographers from The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Ireland and the UK.

  • The masterclass is FREE and includes lunch and drinks.
  • Please note that travel, accomodations and meals are not covered and should be arranged by individual participants.

Apply now at .

Good Luck! / Bonne Chance!



Nikon & Rochester Institute of Technology Invite You to a Nighttime Photographic Event in Louisville, Kentucky, USA at No Cost: Light Painting at Churchill Downs on October 3, 2015

Fri September 4, 2015

The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) is celebrating three decades of light painting which is a FREE community photographic project.

  • RIT’s Big Shot event began as a way to teach students about flash photography.

Light painting is a unique way to photograph and allows light to be shined on a subject from multiple directions over time. Produced at night thousands of lights are shined onto the subject and using a timed exposure, the result is created. Many big shot exposures have been 30 seconds and up to 2 minutes.

The Big Shot… involves hundreds of volunteers, armed with flashlights and camera flashes, illuminating a distinctive landmark during an extended photographic exposure. Past Big Shot subjects have included the Alamo in San Antonio, the Royal Palace in Stockholm, and the U.S.S. Intrepid in New York.

An example is given in following video, RIT Big Shot No. 29:

Snow and cold temperatures didn’t keep hundreds of people from descending on downtown Rochester to light up High Falls Sunday night and help make Rochester Institute of Technology’s 29th Big Shot photograph a wintertime success.

More than 500 volunteers, including about 60 RIT students and 150 alumni provided the primary light source for the Big Shot image while RIT photographers shot an extended exposure of one of Rochester’s natural and iconic spectacles.

This year’s final image is a 30-second exposure at f22 ISO 200 (see final event photo at the end of the video!).

“The Big Shot represents one of RIT’s signature projects, and we are absolutely thrilled with the outcome of this year’s nighttime photograph of High Falls,” said RIT professor Michael Peres, who led the event with colleagues Dawn Tower DuBois, Willie Osterman, Mike Dear and Christye Sisson. For DuBois, a longtime organizer of the event, this marked her final Big Shot.

Peres noted that capturing the image culminated many months of hard work, adding, “This is a community art project and we couldn’t do it without the support of our sponsors and everyone who came out tonight to brave the snow and the cold temperatures. We’ve created a once-in-a-lifetime photograph of Rochester, N.Y. What a night for RIT!”

CSX Transportation, Inc. provided two new locomotives and a string of intermodal cars that filled out the length of the bridge for the photo. The Jacksonville, Fla.-based corporation also agreed to hold all rail traffic during the picture’s capture.

“CSX shares a long and rich history with the Greater Rochester area, and we are honored to continue that legacy by supporting the 2014 Big Shot,” said Robert Rohauer, manager of community affairs and safety, CSX. “Through innovative projects like these, Rochester Institute of Technology is molding the leaders of tomorrow. CSX is proud to be part of this project and to move the things America needs every day in the safest, most efficient and environmentally friendly way possible.”

RG&E also played a key role for the event. The company’s hydroelectric operations team augmented the flow of water over the falls for the photograph and turned off all dam lights in the river. RG&E uses the water to produce hydroelectric power.

“RG&E and our parent company, Iberdrola, have long histories of supporting innovation, education and the arts in the communities where we serve,” said Mark S. Lynch, president and CEO of NYSEG and RG&E. “We’re proud to support the Rochester Institute of Technology and the 2014 Big Shot which cleverly combines all three of these elements in a unique way.”

The City of Rochester darkened the Genesee River from the falls to the Broad Street aqueduct by turning off all street and sidewalk lighting along the river. The city also turned off lights on Cataract Street and the Pont De Rennes Bridge, where most volunteers gathered during the photo. The pedestrian bridge and viewing platform spans the Genesee River a few hundred feet from the base of the falls and surrounding gorge.

“The City of Rochester is proud to partner with RIT, Nikon, Profoto, CSX Railroad, and RG&E on the 29th RIT Big Shot project,” said Rochester Mayor Lovely A. Warren. “I’d like to thank all of the photographers who helped us capture the beauty of High Falls, an often-overlooked gem in the center of our city.”

A longtime sponsor of the event, Nikon Inc., was among the corporate supporters again this year, loaning high-end photographic equipment and making possible memento prints for all who attended.

Profoto supplied six powerful battery-operated electronic flash systems used to light the falls during the picture, and also provided a grant to pay costs associated with the city’s work to turn off lighting around the falls.

The Big Shot is often described as “painting with light” because participants are asked to “paint” or shine their light source onto a particular exterior area of a landmark while the photograph is taken. The light sources are primarily either handheld flashlights or camera flash units. Participants were tasked with continuously “painting” their assigned area of High Falls while RIT photographers≤perched underneath a canopy atop the Genesee Brew House on Cataract Street≤shot an extended exposure. The photo was taken shortly after 7 p.m.

Since RIT started its Big Shot project in 1987, university photographers have captured such landmarks as AT&T Stadium (formerly Cowboys Stadium); The Alamo, San Antonio, Texas; the U.S.S. Intrepid, New York City; and the Royal Palace, Stockholm, Sweden.

RIT’s Big Shot event began as a way to teach students about flash photography. RIT’s School of Photographic Arts and Sciences is nationally recognized for its degree programs.

You can view the wonderful nighttime image of the RIT Big Shot No. 29 at .

Image extracted from video above

Image extracted from video above

Rochester Institute of Technology


RIT Big Shot No 31 Churchill Downs

FREE Admission

October 3, 2015, 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM:

RIT Alumni Reception: 6:00 – 8:30pm
General Public Arrival: 8:00 – 8:30pm

Break into teams and photograph: 8:30 – 9:30pm

Churchill Downs
700 Central Ave, Louisville, KY 40208

Registration is requested for the general public at

Registration is requested for RIT alumni at

Churchill Downs: Image Courtesy of RIT

Churchill Downs: Image Courtesy of RIT

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Nikon: 1 Happy Snap Aruba Contest’s Winner is Announced

Fri September 4, 2015

The following video presents UNLEASH YOUR FUN | NIKON 1 AW1:

Never lose a moment of summer fun with the Nikon 1 AW1. Life doesn’t have a replay button, so the AW1 can go with you everywhere.

This is an update to the previous blog, Nikon + 1 Happy Snap Aruba Contest: Post Your #1happysnap Photos Before 11:59 p.m. (“ET”) on Nov.21, 2014.

1 Happy Snap Aruba Trip

The Nikon / 1 Happy Snap Aruba contest winner, Jeff Loftus, captured these gorgeous shots at Divi Resorts in Aruba with the Nikon 1 AW1.

You can view these shots at .



B&H Film Makers Master Class Contest: Apply & Upload a Video of Something You Have Shot and/or Edited (Length No Greater Than 90 Seconds): Enter Before September 10, 2015

Fri September 4, 2015

The following video presents Canon: How to Film Films with Filmmaking with Ryan Connolly – Ep1, Choosing the right camera:

Join filmmaker Ryan Connolly on a journey through making movies, as he helps out a fellow filmmaker remember what to do.

in this episode, Ryan explains how to choose the right camera for your project.

B&H Photo – Video – Pro Audio and New York Film Academy (NYFA)


2015 Film Makers Master Class Sponsored by Canon USA

FREE to apply & FREE tuition for those who are accepted

This is a tuition free, 4 – day intensive, hands-on workshop where selected students will be assigned a specific story to create from start to finish under the guidance of an industry master filmmaker on the streets of NYC and in the studios and classrooms of New York Film Academy. This is not a passive seminar, or an entry-level sit-and-watch workshop. This is what it takes to make it in the real world. You will learn how to produce a finished piece on a limited time-line project with a film crew you have never worked with before. The 2015 Filmmakers Master Class may stress you, may test you, and will most likely push you out of your comfort zone. With the guidance of our star instructors and your willingness to immerse yourself in the craft, you will gain boots on the ground, hands on experience which cannot be learned from text books, it must be experienced.

The Film Makers Master Class is FREE to apply and for those who are accepted it is tuition FREE.

  • Please note: Hotel and airfare not included in the workshop.

B&H Film Makers Master Class Contest

Our Goal: To Educate and Inspire you to Create

Do you have the makings of a future Spielberg? Or a Scorsese? Or maybe a Ken Burns? What could you become if given the opportunity & the tools to realize your dreams? Apply to our Filmmakers Master Class, a 4-day, tuition-free, hands-on workshop in NYC.

This Contest is open to individuals who are at least eighteen (18) years of age on their entry date unless it is prohibited by local law, statute, ordinance, or otherwise.

Accepted and confirmed filmmakers will enjoy the Film Makers Master Class program that takes place from October 12 to October 15 in New York City (NYC) plus other benfits outlined below:
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Google Maps: New Street View App for Android and iOS: For the First Time You Can Tour Immersive 360-degree Imagery & Instantly Contribute Your Own to Google Maps

Thu September 3, 2015

This is an update to the previous blog, New Ricoh Theta S Portable Camera: Captures High-resolution Spherical Images of Approximately 14 Megapixels, Records Spherical Video in Full HD at 30fps Up to 25 Min., New Bright f/2.0 Lens for Low Light Shooting, Live Streaming (USB/HDMI) .

Today Google Maps is introducing the new Street View app for Android and iOS, which allows you for the first time, to tour immersive 360-degree imagery and instantly contribute your own — right to Google Maps.

  • The Street View app allows you to shoot photo spheres directly from your Android phone or iPhone or connect to spherical cameras like the Ricoh Theta S, or NCTech iris360.
Ricoh Theta S Camera: Spherical Image Courtesy of Ricoh

Ricoh Theta S Camera: Spherical Image Courtesy of Ricoh

Starting today, the Street View app will replace the Photo Sphere Camera app for iPhones and the Street View from Google Maps app on Android phones.


Press Releases

New Ricoh Theta S Portable Camera: Captures High-resolution Spherical Images of Approximately 14 Megapixels, Records Spherical Video in Full HD at 30fps Up to 25 Min., New Bright f/2.0 Lens for Low Light Shooting, Live Streaming (USB/HDMI)

Thu September 3, 2015

The following video presents Theta S and Drone:

  • Video courtesy of Charlie Key Media.
  • Shot with the new Theta S.


Ricoh announces today the launch of the Theta S.

New features include a larger image sensor, which gives you approximately 14 megapixel, high-quality spherical images and Full HD movie recording up to 25 minutes.

RICOH THETA S spherical camera

RICOH THETA S spherical camera

More info and specifications are available at .


Ricoh Unveils Industry’s Most Advanced
Fully Spherical Portable Camera: RICOH THETA S

Featuring faster lenses, enlarged image sensor and full HD video capabilities

TOKYO and BERLIN, September 3, 2015 — Ricoh announced today the release of the RICOH THETA S, the newest model in the RICOH THETA series of spherical cameras that capture 360-degree scenes surrounding the user. Unveiled today in Berlin at IFA, the world’s largest consumer electronics show, the camera features extra-high resolution, fully spherical photos and videos in one simple shot, a live preview function and even greater compatibility with social media platforms.


The RICOH THETA S, which retains the lightweight portability of the current model—the RICOH THETA m15—captures high-resolution spherical images of up to nearly 14 megapixels. It can also record spherical video in full HD (1920 x 1080*1 pixels at 30fps) with a maximum recording time of 25 minutes. The better quality images are enabled by an enlarged image sensor and fast F2.0 lenses to allow more light through Ricoh’s proprietary ultra-small twin-lens folded-optical system.
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Sony Europe: New Home Cinema Projectors: 4K Immersive Viewing Experience Via Models VPL-VW520ES and VPL-VW320ES + Full HD Cinema Experience Via Model VPL-HW65ES

Thu September 3, 2015

The following video presents VPL-VW520ES/VW320ES (Feature & Benefit):

Seeing is believing
Experience the beauty of true 4K
Bring incredible 4K detail to your favourite movies
Imagine bringing the truly cinematic quality of 4K into your own home. Now you can make this a reality with our VPL-VW520ES and VPL-VW320ES Home Cinema projectors. These are our most affordable 4K models yet, each producing a native 4096 x 2160 resolution picture – that’s over four times the quality of Full HD.
Designed for your home cinema room and living room, the VPL-VW520ES and VPL- VW320ES deliver stunning, detail-packed images and incredibly lifelike colour like never before. And with high brightness, you’re guaranteed an exceptional picture even in well-lit rooms.

Sony VPL-VW520ES and VPL-VW320ES projectors use advanced SXRDTM panels for a native 4K picture

Sony VPL-VW520ES and VPL-VW320ES projectors use advanced SXRDTM panels for a native 4K picture

Sony is expanding its Home Cinema line-up by announcing three new projectors at IFA 2015.

  • The new projectors that deliver native 4K resolution for an immersive viewing experience include the VPL-VW520ES (1800 lumens brightness and huge 300,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio) and VPL-VW320ES (1500 lumens brightness and high contrast ratio). These projectors use advanced SXRDTM panels for a native 4K picture, with no artificial manipulation of pixels.
  • The new VPL-HW65ES also launches at IFA, using SXRD panel technology and 2nd generation Reality Creation for a Full HD home cinema experience at a lower price point.
Sony VPL-HW65ES uses SXRD panel technology and 2nd generation Reality Creation for a Full HD home cinema experience

Sony VPL-HW65ES uses SXRD panel technology and 2nd generation Reality Creation for a Full HD home cinema experience

The new projectors will be available in October 2015. Sony is exhibiting at the IFA Sony Booth – Hall 20 Messe Berlin. For more information, visit


Sony announces three new Home Cinema projectors at IFA 2015

New native 4K resolution and white colour design bring a true 4K home cinema experience to your living room.
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Ricoh Theta + App Contest for Ricoh Theta Users: Post Your 360° Images With #theta360 and #theta360contest Via the New THETA+ App Before Sept.30, 2015

Thu September 3, 2015

Ricoh recently released THETA+, an app that makes it easy to edit spherical images shot on a RICOH THETA and post them on Instagram.

Ricoh invites you to post your favorite 360° images on Instagram.

  • Please post them with #theta360 and the contest hashtag, #theta360contest.


  • Prize winners for the five best entries amongst the works submitted will be awarded a RICOH THETA original sticker and tote bag.
  • The works will also be introduced on this website and on SNS.

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Press Releases

Tamron: New Fast-aperture, Fixed Focal Standard Lenses SP for Full-frame DSLR and APS-C Format Cameras: SP 35mm f/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F012) – World’s First 7.9” Minimum Object Distance + SP 45mm f/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F013) – World’s First Full-frame 45mm Focal Length with Fast Maximum Aperture and Integral Vibration Compensation (VC)

Wed September 2, 2015



First to debut: two fast, fixed focal standard lenses packed with exceptional features that deliver ultimate performance
SP 35mm F/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F012)
SP 45mm F/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F013)

SP 35mm F/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F012)

SP 35mm F/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F012)

SP 45mm F/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F013)

SP 45mm F/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F013)

September 2, 2015, Commack, New York – Tamron, a leading manufacturer of optics for diverse applications, announces the launch of a new series of SP lenses that are optimized to make the most of the superior imaging performance delivered by the latest advancements in digital photography. Sporting a totally revamped external appearance, the new lenses provide the ultimate in functionality and operation. The first two lenses in the series are compatible with full-frame DSLR cameras and offer fast apertures and versatile, fixed focal lengths. The pair consists of the SP 35mm F/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F012) and SP 45mm F/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F013), and both can be used with APS-C format cameras as well. The lenses will be on sale in the U.S. starting September 29, 2015 in Canon and Nikon mounts (the Sony(1) mount to be launched at a later date). The approximate price of each will be $599.

(1) The Sony mount model does not include VC (Vibration Compensation), since the bodies of Sony DSLR cameras include built-in image stabilization functionality.
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Sony Unveils Xperia Z5 Series Smartphones: Xperia Z5, Xperia Z5 Compact Have 23 MP Exmor RS Sensor and Faster Hybrid Autofocus (Phase Detection with Contrast Detection) Speed of 0.03 Sec + Xperia Z5 Premium Has World’s First 4K UHD Display, 4K Video and 4K Upscaling to Enhance Non-4K Photos & Videos to 4K Resolution

Wed September 2, 2015

The following video presents Xperia Z5 series from Sony – Announced at IFA 2015:

  • “Smartphones with camera know-how”

Sony is announcing its latest flagship smartphone, the 5.2″ Xperia Z5, along with a 4.6″ Xperia Z5 Compact that fits all of the functionality and features of the larger model into a compact body.

  • Made possible through collaboration with Sony’s α™ camera engineers, both models feature innovative camera technology that leverages the strength of a 23 MP Exmor RS™ for mobile sensor and Hybrid autofocus that combines phase detection with contrast detection, realizing the fastest autofocus in a leading smartphone*1 at a ground-breaking speed of just 0.03 seconds*2.

With this power in hand, those precious blink-and-you-miss-it moments in life will never pass the user by.

This video presents Xperia Z5 from Sony – the best camera in a leading smartphone*.

Other features of both Xperia Z5 and Xperia Z5 Compact smartphones include:

  • 5x zoom,
  • improved image stabilization,
  • fingerprint sensor on the power button – removing the hassle of unlocking the device, and
  • Xperia Z5 Series is waterproof and protected against dust as long as a few simple instructions are followed: all ports and attached covers are firmly closed; the phone is not taken deeper than 1.5m underwater or for longer than 30 minutes; and the water should be fresh water. Casual use in chlorinated pools is permitted provided it is rinsed in fresh water afterwards. No seawater and no salt water pools. Abuse and improper use of device will invalidate warranty. The phone has an Ingress Protection rating of IP65 and IP68. To see what this means and for more information see Water and dust protection – all you need to know – Sony support.

Also, there is the new Sony Xperia Z5 Premium with the following key highlights:

  • world’s first*4 4K UHD smartphone display*5,
  • capture 4K video, and also watch it back on the Xperia Z5 Premium’s 5.5″ display,
  • capable of outputting video directly to a 4K TV over an MHL*6 connection, enabling users to watch recorded 4K video on a big screen with ease,
  • 4K upscaling technology that will enhance non-4K photos and videos to 4K resolution.

The three Xperia Z5 models, along with the Xperia headset, will be released in Japan and elsewhere around the globe, starting with select markets from this fall*7.

Sony’s latest digital imaging offerings include the previously announced:

Sony RX100 IV (model DSC-RX100M4)

Sony RX100 IV (model DSC-RX100M4)

Sony RX10 II (model DSC-RX10M2)

Sony RX10 II (model DSC-RX10M2)

Sony α7R II

Sony α7R II


Sony Unveils Its New Products at IFA 2015 in the Realms of High-Resolution Audio and Mobile

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Samsung’s Press Conference at IFA in Berlin: Live Stream @Samsung Tomorrow at 11 am CET on September 3, 2015

Wed September 2, 2015

The following video presents IFA 2015: Teaser – Samsung invites all of you to the future of IoT:

The Samsung Exhibition at IFA 2015 awaits you with many startling innovations and visions. Particularly, you can explore the visions of #SamsungIoT that empower you with unlimited possibilities of a connected life. Get ready to connect with #SamsungIFA 2015 no matter where you are!
For more information about Samsung @ IFA 2015, visit:


IFA 2015: Catch the Livestream of Samsung’s Press Conference

September 2, 2015

To help you follow all the latest news from IFA 2015 in Berlin, Germany, Samsung Tomorrow will be on-site at CubeCity Berlin, broadcasting live. Samsung Tomorrow will also livestream its pre-event Press Conference at 11 am CET on September 3, 2015.

IFA is the world’s leading trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances. IoT is sure to be in the spotlight this year, and Samsung will share its latest innovations.

You can get all the latest updates on the official global blog, view videos from Berlin via YouTube, see real-time tweets via Twitter and access images via Flickr.

Press Releases

Panasonic + Yamaha Motor Corporation U.S.A.: To Integrate Panasonic Adventure Line of Action Cameras with Yamaha Powersport Vehicles & Watercraft

Wed September 2, 2015

The following video presents Panasonic HX-A1 POV Action Cam for Your Adventures:

Your adventure begins with the gear you need for the adventure you love. The Panasonic HX-A1 is a wearable 1080p Full HD point-of-view (POV) camcorder that is tough, waterproof, and ready to go out of the box. A unique quick change extra battery …..recording, so your adventure will never be limited.

Panasonic + Yamaha Motor USA enter a partnership integrating #PanasonicAdventure action cams: Image Courtesy of Panasonic

Panasonic + Yamaha Motor USA enter a partnership integrating #PanasonicAdventure action cams: Image Courtesy of Panasonic

Panasonic announced a two-year, multi-faceted marketing and sales partnership that will integrate  Yamaha Motor Corporation’s line of Powersports products with Panasonic Adventure action cameras which include:

Panasonic Wearable Camera HX-A1, black

Panasonic Wearable Camera HX-A1, black

Panasonic HX-A500: The World’s First 4K 30p Wearable Camera

Panasonic HX-A500: The World’s First 4K 30p Wearable Camera

Panasonic LUMIX GH4

Panasonic LUMIX GH4

Also, during Yamaha’s launch of its new YXZ1000R Side by Side in Long Beach, California, Panasonic’s LUMIX GH4 DSLRs were used around the course to capture additional 4K footage.


Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company Partners With Yamaha Motor Corporation U.S.A. On Joint Marketing and Ecommerce Initiatives

Initial Focus Will Integrate Panasonic Adventure Line of Action Cameras with Yamaha Powersport Vehicles and Watercraft

NEWARK, NJ 09/01/2015

Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company and Yamaha Parts and Accessories, a division of Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A., announced today a two-year, multi-faceted marketing and sales partnership that will integrate Panasonic Adventure’s line of action cameras with Yamaha Motor Corporation’s line of Powersports products.

The relationship, which was announced today during Yamaha’s launch of its new YXZ1000R Side by Side in Long Beach, California makes Panasonic the “Exclusive Imaging Partner and Action Camera of Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A.’s Customer Support Group, Watercraft Group, and Outdoors Group.” In turn, Yamaha Motor Corporation is the “Exclusive Powersports Partner to Panasonic Consumer Electronics Corporation in the U.S.”
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