Outdoor photographer Jim M. Goldstein discusses a complex scam hitting photographers who sell prints online. The scam follows an old playbook, but with a new twist involving the real transfer and loss of thousands of dollars. You might think you’re protected by your bank, credit card fraud protection and/or home or professional photography insurance, but you’re not thanks to voluntary-parting exclusions. Protect yourself by learning about the details of the scam, what voluntary-parting is and 7 ways you can avoid being scammed out of your hard-earned money.
Turns out the Windows 10 wallpaper wasn’t a computer graphic as most might think. Here is how the iconic wallpaper was created by blasting lasers, pumping smoke machines, colored filters and falling crystal dust.
Richard Cooke shares how he photographed the Red Arrows blind with custom mounting gear, remote triggers and a Nikon F2 film camera with 24mm and 35mm lenses. Well worth a watch to see some amazing footage.
PANO | LA is an amazing time-lapse short highlighting Los Angeles most scenic night views. Created using two synced DSLR cameras side by side the footage comes in at a whopping 10K x 4K resolution. Well worth a watch! PANO | LA – 10K from SCIENTIFANTASTIC on Vimeo.
My review of the Canon 5D Mark IV after a series of real world tests. Get more information about Canon’s latest DSLR offering, the Canon 5D Mark IV, with my individual test videos:
Canon 5D Mark IV can be found here:
Kirk L-Bracket that fit the 5D IV (even thought it is a 5D III)
Sony announces the alpha 99 II 42.4MP Exmor R CMOS sensor ISO range of 100 to 25600 (expandable to 50 to 102400) 4D Focus system Hybrid Phase Detect AF system uses 79 dedicated phase detect points 5-axis in-body image stabilization system ability to detect light flicker and time its shutter to minimize the flicker 4K video at 100Mbps in XAVC S format frame rates of 120fps to 1fps 12fps continuous shooting with AF dual SD card slots Price $3200
How far has Canon DSLR technology come since the release of the 1st Canon branded DSLR in 1998? To find out we put the Canon D2000 head-to-head shot-for-shot against the latest Canon 5DS R. To my surprise the D2000 still has some tricks up its sleeve!
2 megapixel CCD sensor
Crop factor of 1.6X
ISO range of 200-1600
File formats of JPG or TIF
Canon 5DS R
50 megapixel CMOS sensor
Full frame sensor (no crop factor)
ISO range of 100-12800
File formats of RAW, M-RAW, S-RAW & JPG