Tag Archives: Digital Cameras

Old-School Meets New School: The Portragon 100 f:4

As part of an ongoing lo-fi experiment I have been acquiring a number of old-school lenses that are known for being less than perfect, and I’ve modified good lenses, all in the quest to find just the right level of ethereal beauty. Lomography’s recent release of their Petzval reminded me of another lens released decades ago; the Spiratone Portragon […]

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Colorless Coca-Cola Can Is Lovely, and Might Be Good for the World, Too | Adweek

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This stunning spec job by designer Ryan Harc is a real thing of beauty. Lower resources and some serious visual impact – what could be wrong with that? I would love to see these on the shelves, you?

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Megapixels Aren’t the Only Factor to Consider When Buying a Camera

Some questions from our clients and our readers seem to come up more often than others. Many of those questions center around the importance of Mega-pixels. This question came across my desk this morning and since it’s often relevant to our readers, I am sharing my response with you.       “When customers order […]

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Lynn Goldsmith Gives Her Thoughts on the New Nikon Df

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Nikon is now taking pre-orders for their new retro-styled full frame DSLR, the Nikon Df. The rugged good looks look back to an era that began with Disco and the Brady Bunch, and came to close somewhere in the 90’s when plastic construction became the norm. The body looks more F3 than D3. A look […]

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