Tuesday, September 22, 2009

The Ultimate Gadget Cam?

Okay, the D300S is my new go-to camera of choice, but this may be the ultimate replacement for the Sony T-200 I carry in my pocket. This new camera, due out September 29th actually includes an internal Pico Projector capable of projecting your photos and video onto a wall - up to 40" across.
It also boasts 12.1 MP resolution with a 5x optical zoom and up to ISO6400 sensitivity. Can't wait to see it....the Nikon S1000pj.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Nikon does it again

Recently introduced, more camera goodness to die for. Nikon has released the D300S with hi-def video similar to the D5000. The D300 is my favorite camera of all time and at $1,799.00, the D300S packs a lot more into an already terrific package.
The new D3000 offers an incredible opportunity to get into DSLR cameras with a price tag of only $599.00 including the 18-55 VR lense. Unheard of!
Check them both out here.

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Online free image convertor

Got some images in one format and want them in another? Check out Convert Hub, an online image convertor that converts your images to jpg, png, gif, eps, html, ico, text, targa or tiff.
It will also resize images, flip them, rotate them or invert them. And it's all free and quick. Give it a try.

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Free analytics toolkit for your photo Web site

Use Google's tools to monitor traffic and make smarter business decisions about your photography website. Get PhotoShelter's latest guide on how Google Analytics can help you succeed online.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Free Fall Photography Webinar

Bogen Imaging, Ramsey, N.J., announces a free webinar titled "Capturing the Brilliance of Fall: Roundtable with Adam Barker." Part of the company's Bogen Café series of free instructional webinars, the seminar will be held from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. EDT, on October 5th.

Three lucky winners who attend this free webinar will win one of three Prize Giveaways of the National Geographic Earth Explorer Large Shoulder Bags (NG 2477), a value of $140.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Training for $1/hour

If you would love to attend professional training workshops, but you can't get away, now there's a solution. Photovision2009 is a series of "behind the scenes" training done by some of the biggest names in portrait and studio photography. This series of DVD's captures the actual shoot with explanations by the photographers themselves. You'll also get lessons on marketing your studio, hot new gear and techniques.

Now thru 12/31/09 you can sample this training by visiting http://photovision2009.com. Just enter the promo code subscriber and get the first four hours of training for only $4.00.

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Bizarre cameras

Just in time for your Christmas wish list, Gizmodo has assembled a list of most unusual cameras for getting that impossible shot. While we probably couldn't afford most of them, they sure would make great conversation starters. http://bit.ly/4skWP6
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