Around the Adoramasphere

Posted in News by Nathan Lee Bush on March 13, 2011

On this blog, Through The Looking Glass, we publish our weekly NYC events roundup, plus a post on The Greatest Party in the World, the epic launch of RETV; Atif Hashmi writes the magnum opus of camera moves, in his three part series starting with tripod shots, moving on to dollies and zooms, and finishing with handheld techniques; And I take a moment to marvel at the incredible shrinking costs of digital storage space.

On the Techniques and How-Tos blog, Mason Resnick explains ambient light; Mark Wallace interviews commercial photographer Mark Peterman; He also reviews Padport, a slick iPad portfolio app; Mason continues his coverage of the new golden age of low-light photography, talking about anti-shake technology; Diane Miller explains how to control noise in Photoshop and Lightroom; Mark reviews a watermarking iPad app, Impression; and finally, Mark explains how to calculate hyperfocal distance.

On the Gear Guides and Reviews Blog, Mark describes his revelatory hands-on with the Leica M9 and Summilux-M 50mm f/1.4; and an Adorama Learning Center editor write a tutorial about how editorial photographer Ian Spanier created this shot.

At the Adorama News Desk, Mason wraps up the week’s newsworthy items, including the effect of the massive Japanese earthquake on camera companies, an innovative flexible LED light panel, the Samyang Micro Four Thirds fisheye prototype and the Fuji X1oo shortage.

On Tech Tock, Mason writes a post kicking off the Flash Bus Tour, the nationwide traveling workshop devoted to portable strobes.


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