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Photographer and cinematographer Jeff Hutchens recently filmed a pair of dancers using a thermal camera. What resulted is this ethereal short film titled “X, Y” (Note: certain parts may not be work-friendly).The film features “lyrically improvised choreography” by dancers Jessica Lamdon and Henry “Ry ‘El” Velandia. It was filmed in various locations in Ne
Flickr has announced that it’s tripling the maximum display size for Pro members’ photos, increasing it from 2048 pixels on the long end to 6144 pixels, or 6K resolution.Tripling the long edge is a huge increase in resolution — a photo that was displayed at a resolution of 3 megapixels before (e.g. 2048×1534) will now be shown at around 28 megapixels (6144×4602) for la
Photo restoration wizard James Berridge made this fascinating 15.5-minute video showing how he used Photoshop to restore and colorize a horribly damaged photo captured 116 years ago in 1903.“[…] I usually don’t work with photos which require this level of restoration,” Berridge writes. “I found this horribly damaged, but very sweet, picture while trawling the Library
Tamron is days away from officially expanding its E-Mount lens lineup, and we now have our first leaked images of the four lenses in question: the 70-180mm f/2.8, 20mm f/2.8, 24mm f/2.8 and 35mm f/2.8.The photos were published by Sony Alpha Rumors who received them just a few hours ago, and as expected, they match the teasers that Tamron has been trickling out. They may even be screenshots of an
A little later than intended -- your humble editor has been under the weather for the past few days -- our Firmware Friday roundup arrives this week predominantly bearing news on the lens front. In all, five lenses for Fuji X-mount and Leica L-mount have been updated in the past week, with the majority of these being from Sigma. And we also have software news to report from both Olympus and Sigma
The Marine Corps has confirmed that one of the six marines in the iconic photograph “Flag Raising on Iwo Jima” has been misidentified for over 70 years. The man who was thought to be Pfc Rene Gagnon was, in fact, Cpl Harold “Pie” Keller.The photograph, captured on February 23rd, 1945 by photographer Joe Rosenthal, shows a group of six soldiers raising the American flag atop Mt. Suriba
Credit where credit is due: Fujifilm knows how to weather seal a lens. At least, that’s photographer Steve Boykin’s experience. Boykin lost his Fujinon 23mm f/2R WR lens back in June, so imagine his surprise when he found it in perfect working order 4 months later.Boykin tells the lost-and-found story on 35mmc, where he describes how he stumbled across the lens earlier this week after
Olympus E-M5 Mark III Overview • Field Test Pt. 1 • Lab Samples Say hello to the Olympus E-M5 Mark III, and we here at IR couldn't be happier. It's been almost 5 years since we were treated to the E-M5 Mark II, a camera that we felt was a vast improvement over the already-solid original E-M5. And as such we've certainly waited a long, long time! But the wa
Right now if you head over to Kickstarter and search for “camera bag,” three active choices pop up. That’s three more camera bag ideas vying for your attention in addition to the tons that have hit Kickstarter over the years and the hundreds more made by larger brands like Lowepro, Manfrotto and Think Tank.Every year we get another stack of “new” and “innovativ
Before the advent of ultra-sensitive digital cameras, powerful photoflash bombs were once used to illuminate the world below when shooting nighttime aerial photos. Some folks over in China recently got a similar experience when a huge fireball blazed across the sky and briefly turned night into day.The 45-second video above by CGTN (China Global Television Network) in Beijing compiles footage fro

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