Panoramic photography with the GigaPan Epic Pro
We’ve just got a GigaPan Epic Pro for some of our high resolution panoramic photography.
I’m hoping to have a more detailed review when work allows, but in the mean time I’ll post a few shorter updates here on the blog.
Here’s what I’ve used for some time [...]
The end of Kodachrome – historically interesting, but of what relevance to today’s photographers. Reproduce the effects in software, accept that it was used for some great photos, but time to move on [...]
I’m in the US at the moment and as with previous trips, I’m keeping a photo/travel blog.
Initially, just a way of letting folks back home know what I was doing, I find it a good way to review some of the photos I’ve taken, and early on in the trip when I’m likely to [...]
Lots of photography sites are adding review videos and podcasts to their content. All too often it’s badly made and wastes visitors time – does it have to be like this?
I’m regularly asked about adding video content and podcasts to the Northlight Images site – why hasn’t it happened?
Well, apart from having a [...]
Nik Software have produced a new version of their Viveza plugin.
I’ve been giving it a good try out and finding out what sorts of image editing I’d use it for.
Review Link: Viveza V2
Complex selections for adjustments made easy?
Two emails this morning reminded me of why I keep the site running and what you sometimes have to deal with.
First was an anonymous ticking off I received about the content of some of the Google Ads we have on the site.
I’d have rated it as helpful if the writer had had the [...]
With all the claim and counterclaim going on over camera performance and the like, it’s good to see that stock photo agency Alamy have a list of cameras that they deem ‘not worthy’
As they say:
“Please check your camera from the list below. We ask that you do NOT submit any images from camera [...]