Built for action, the newest camera in the EOS-1D line has built-in HD video and a maximum ISO above 100,000
by The Editors
Canon introduced the EOS-1D Mark III high-speed pro D-SLR some 2½ years ago, and that 10.1-megapixel, 10 fps camera quickly became a favorite with action pros for its shooting speed and with still others for its fine image quality.
The D3S is Nikon’s latest FX-format (full-frame) D-SLR. It adds 720p HD video capability and an almost unbelievable maximum ISO of 102,400
by The Editors
The latest top-level pro model from Nikon, the D3S, has arrived. With a newly designed, 12.1-megapixel CMOS sensor that has a standard ISO range of 200 to 12,800, you can capture low-light images that would have been all but impossible before.
A photographer without borders, Antonin Kratochvil creates gritty images that reveal the essence of human suffering and spirit
By Kim Castleberry, Photography By Antonin Kratochvil
The life of a photojournalist is a rather fearless one, especially for those drawn to places where uprisings, civil war, famine and other matters of human suffering are rife.
An emerging professional challenges the notion of a traditional photojournalist
By William Sawalich, Photography By Brenda Manookin
The world is filled with talented photographers who use their work to aid worthy causes. Few of them put a humanitarian agenda ahead of their own photographic goals, however.
Chase Jarvis is the consummate photographer, bringing a pure love for the medium and an energy-fueled gusto to the world of commercial photography
By Dave Willis, Photography By Chase Jarvis
A friend once said that you can do anything you want, but you can’t do everything you want. Chase Jarvis is using the power of the digital age to prove him wrong.
Markus Klinko and Indrani have branched out from their established roles of photographing celebrities and supermodels to making moving images and, not surprisingly, their latest project is a reality TV show that makes the photographers the stars
By Maura Lanahan, Photography By Klinko And Indrani
I’m excited,” says Markus Klinko of the well-known and often controversial photo team, Klinko and Indrani. “We have some new avenues we’re exploring and expanding into, and it’s the beginning of a whole new chapter for us.”
Richard Reinsdorf blends building design and glamour in his provocative images
By Mark Edward Harris, Photography By Richard Reinsdorf
Richard Reinsdorf remembers standing in New York’s Rockefeller Center as a child and carefully framing the statue of Atlas in the viewfinder of his Kodak Instamatic.
Taking a long-term perspective on creating your digital archive
By now, all of us know that photography changed forever the moment we began to capture our pictures digitally rather than on film. Overnight, film was dead for most of us, and every exposure made after that had to be imported into the computer before it could be viewed at all.
As it exists today, “fair use” is a confusing and complex problem for photographers
by Samuel Lewis
One of the most perplexing and confusing aspects of copyright law is the concept of “fair use.” Of the various limitations on the rights that copyright owners have under U.S. copyright law, fair use is the most widely known.