Monthly Archives: August 2008

Panasonic Micro 4/3 camera image spotted in the wild.

August 26, 2008
Panasonic Micro 4/3 camera image spotted in the wild.

As we head into Photokina, the images and spyshots start to crop up with greater frequency as NDA’s and people’s ability to keep their mouth’s shut are strained to the breaking point. Here we see a picture of a Panasonic Micro 4/3’s interchangeable lens camera. I believe the image is a computer generated model...
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Determination 3

August 21, 2008
Determination 3

Determination 3Originally uploaded by Carlos Echenique After deliberating with some of my colleagues, I redid the image back to the original version with the safety rope in place and came up with a better subtitle. Please feel free to comment.
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Determination 2

August 19, 2008
Determination 2

Determination 2Originally uploaded by Carlos Echenique Here is a motivational poster I created using Bibble Pro and plugins created by Sean Puckett. I will be posting a comparison of Sean’s B&W conversion plugins vs. Silver Efex Pro form Nik Software. Will David slay Goliath yet again?
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Phase One Announces Full Frame Medium Format Camera

August 19, 2008
Phase One Announces Full Frame Medium Format Camera

While rummaging around the Photokina 2008 Press site (see link below), I came across this little tidbit. Phase One A/S (makers of medium format digital cameras/backs and the CaptureOne RAW Converter) have leapfrogged Hasselblad by releasing a 60.5 megapixel digital camera system! Digital Medium Format cameras are fully upgradeable. Owners can update any of...
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Lenovo Unleashes Monster Notebook for Photographers

August 12, 2008
Lenovo Unleashes Monster Notebook for Photographers

Delivers Industry’s First Built-in Digitizer and Color Calibrator Along with Ultimate Power, Multimedia and Display Technologies Lenovo today introduced a monster notebook aimed at photographers. This 17-inch beast includes an Intel Core2 Extreme processor, up to 8GB DDR3 RAM, a 400 nit WUXGA (1920×1200) monitor that displays 72% color gamut, has a built-in color...
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