How to destroy a 20.000$ worth camera during a concert

by niki lyberis When you go to a concert and you decide to take with you your photographic equipment to capture some photos, whether you're a professional photographer or not, there is a very simple way to damage your camera: the laser. As dangerous as lasers are to your eyes, so dangerous they can be to the sensor […] 17 July 2013 at 07:57 pm

Nikon getting ready to compete in the camera phone market?

by Christine Kitsati No one denies that the market of point-and-shoot cameras isn't doing so well the past few months, since most people use high end camera phones to satisfy their imaging needs. After all certain researches have shown that there's a 25% drop in point-and-shoot camera sales for the period April-May when compared to last years figures. From […] 8 July 2013 at 08:04 pm

2013 Pulitzer prize winners, depict Syrian war in photos

by niki lyberis This year's Breaking News and Feature Photography Pulitzer prizes were announced a couple of days ago, from Columbia University, with the Syrian civil war as their main focus. According to official statements, this year's Pulitzer for Breaking News photos was awarded to 5 AP photographers jointly (Rodrigo Abd, Manu Brabo, Narciso Contreras, Khalil Hamra and Muhammed […] 16 April 2013 at 06:53 pm

Will the Apple TV SDK be available to developers next month?

by George Iosifidis Although rumors of an Apple television announcement have existed for years, this year it is very likely to have developments on the issue. The company is rumored that on the event in March it will reveal a new platform for the Apple TV, and that also the Apple TV SDK for developers, to begin developing […] 14 February 2013 at 04:51 pm

Alexander Semenov: Underwater Starfish Photography

by Christine Kitsati Alexander Semenov loves underwater photography, but specializes in photographing invertebrate animals. Recently, he decided to work with macro-using photography and explore something that has perhaps never be seen before ... close-ups of the faces of various kinds of starfish. The result is truly amazing and it demonstrates the complexity of different kinds and how ultimately […] 8 February 2013 at 02:10 pm

Yeah! Sony’s OLED 4K TV at CES 2013...

by Dimitrios Thomadakis Rumors talked about Sony striking at CES 2013 with a 4K OLED TV and it seems they were confirmed. The company presented a prototype product with a 56-inch size, Ultra HD resolution and OLED technology. It’s practically the japanese company’s big return to OLED TVs, considering their innovation when they released the first commercially available […] 13 January 2013 at 03:05 am

Pentax MX-1 came to own our hearts when presented at CES 2013

by Dimitrios Thomadakis How pretty can a digital camera be? That’s what we wondered when we first saw the Pentax MX-1, presented during CES. Its body of orichalcum, covered in leather, took us back to another time, of Zenith and tenderness. We believe that no other camera had embraced retro design so well, combining it with decent hardware, […] 13 January 2013 at 02:28 am

The 5 most amazing TVs at CES 2013

by niki lyberis If anyone can draw a conclusion on this years’ CES is that there were not many mobile devices to account for (smartphones and tablets) , where as TVs, ruled. Also, another thing is certain, comparing this year’s CES with last years’: 3D is dead. Therefore, all the companies that have been dealing with TV traditionally, […] 11 January 2013 at 06:58 pm

Farewell to the DSLR that changed video recording: the Canon 5D Mark II

by Dimitrios Thomadakis Is there an expiration date to a product that affected its respective industry that much? Apparently so, as according to CanonRumors, the Canon 5D Mark II has now been categorized as an outdated product by the japanese company, and is no longer available for sale on the american website. The Canon 5D Mark II may […] 6 January 2013 at 09:49 pm

The easiest way to explore mount Everest

by Dimitrios Thomadakis This is the way to explore every aspect of the Everest, even if you are on your home’s couch. This is a unique picture with a resolution of 2 billion pixels, which reveals the secrets of the highest mountain in the world. Director David Breashers had climbed the Everest several times during his active career, […] 29 December 2012 at 07:11 pm