Archive for June, 2014

Canada’s Anti Spam Legislation / More Spam Anyone?

I’ve been publishing the Round Pixel Blog since October, 2010.  My promise to you is to never distribute or sell your information.  From time to time you’ll be getting photographic news and if you ever wish to be removed from the list you can always do so by clicking the unsubscribe button below each email. […]

Mother, Father, And Son Photograph Themselves Once a Year for 21 Years

For 21 years the same mother, father and son have had photos of themselves in the same pose, same lighting, same backdrop, every year.  It’s interesting to see their expressions, facial features, clothing, etc. change over time.  Click on the image to see all the images via The Meta Picture. The first picture in 1991…..

Nikon D810 Announcement / What’s New

The new D810 It seems just like yesterday to me when the Nikon D800/D800E was first released.  I wrote about it back in March 2012.  Today, Nikon has announced a new replacement that has consolidated the two versions into one, the D810. After reading the whole First Impressions article on DPreview and a few other reputable […]

Adobe Creative Cloud 2014 Changes / Coles Notes from the Keynote Address

Everything New is New Again So if you’re a digital creative you’ve surely known by now that Adobe’s CS (Creative Suite) has gone the way of the dinosaur.  Adobe has focused its efforts to CC (Creative Cloud) type apps that are tied in through the cloud.  On June 18th Adobe held a live webcast to […]

Father’s Day Gift Idea / SCOTTeVEST

What is SCOTTeVEST? SCOTTeVEST is a company that specializes in clothing and accessories with pockets in mind.  Pockets for anything and everything.  From wallets, to passports, phones, mp3 players, cameras, photography gear and more.  It’s perfect for a photographer who needs to carry lots of gear with them.  It’s also good for travel, it allows […]

Study the Masters: Dorothea Lange / By David duChemin

Dorothea Lange On David’s latest series of blog posts he studies the masters of photography.  In this particular post he focuses on Dorothea Lange, who is best known for her work on the American Great Depression.  Of her work, an image stands out which many have seen.  Click here for the full story. David duChemin […]

Photo Course / Analogue 101 – Introduction to SLR Photography & the Darkroom

Analogue 101 – Introduction to SLR Photography & the Darkroom UAS is presenting… Analogue 101: Introduction to SLR Photography and the Darkroom with Hakan Temucin Monday evenings from 6:30PM-9:00PM: July 7th, July 14th, July 28th, August 4th, August 11th & August 18th This six week class will introduce students to the technical aspects of black […]

Mirrorless Cameras / A Buying Guide

Mirrorless – All the Rage Put your ear to the ground of the camera buying market these days and you’ll hear that same ten letter word being repeated over and over.  M-I-R-R-O-R-L-E-S-S.  Going mirrorless is all the rage these days.  It’s almost a mirror (no pun intended) of what happened decades ago when 35mm film […]

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