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Photo editors in 2018: the ongoing marketing battle for your desktop

Photo editors in 2018: the ongoing marketing battle for your desktop

Lightroom was once the reference in terms of a new generation of photo editors. Now that LR is “old” and trying to renew itself, the market is crowded with different…

Nemo, Titan and Mito: three new 4K underwater drones for filmmakers

Nemo, Titan and Mito: three new 4K underwater drones for filmmakers

Nemo, Titan and and Navatics Mito are the names of three new underwater drones recently funded on Kickstarter. All promise better options for filming underwater in 4K UHD. Aerial drones…

Canon renews its L-series 70-200mm lenses and plays with IS stops

Canon renews its L-series 70-200mm lenses and plays with IS stops

For a couple of months now that today’s news are known, and Canon simply confirms what everybody was already discussing: the introduction of the 70-200mm lenses Canon users…

Mouse without Borders: free control for up to 4 computers

Mouse without Borders: free control for up to 4 computers

There are many “KVM through software” solutions available for different platforms, but you may want to try the FREE Mouse without Borders to control up to four computers, if you…

The 2018 guide to underwater cameras for video

The 2018 guide to underwater cameras for video

Olympus, Panasonic, Nikon or Fujifilm are some of the companies offering compact cameras able to withstand the most punishing environments, so you can take your video and photography passion everywhere…

A RED camera with a 140-year old lens

A RED camera with a 140-year old lens

Pairing a lens built 10 years before the Eiffel Tower started to be built with a 5K RED DRAGON is not for everyone, but Mathieu Stern had a dream, so…

Andrew Shulkind: human stories are our job and our lifeblood

Andrew Shulkind: human stories are our job and our lifeblood

Obsessed with movies and lighting, a photography course set the path Andrew Shulkind would walk. Virtual Reality came after, and while it expands the way to tell stories, Andrew believes…

Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick, the photographer

Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick, the photographer

Long before becoming one of the 20th century’s most renowned motion picture directors, Stanley Kubrick was a photographer in love with the scenes from its native city. An exhibit…

One Strange Rock shows first-ever 3D Virtual Reality filmed in space

One Strange Rock shows first-ever 3D Virtual Reality filmed in space

National Geographic extends the magic of the One Strange Rock series, offering the public the first-ever virtual reality 3D experience captured aboard the International Space Station. Try ISSVR now…

Loupedeck, your Lightroom editing console

Loupedeck, your Lightroom editing console

Designed for Lightroom, the Loupedeck console is the first product from a company that plans to develop similar products adapted to other post-processing software, including video editing. Some of…