Monthly Archives: April 2017

Here’s a Nice Video Reminder Of Just How Awesome Ansel Adams Truly Was

<br /> As modern photographers, we have more information about photo gear and techniques than ever before. But, one thing that seems to get neglected is just how valuable it is for us to be able to visualize our images … Continue reading

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Puget Sound From Normandy Park

Here in Normandy Park (just south of Seattle), there were very few sunny days. However, I managed to take these images. Image 1 is my favorite, as it contains a Washington State Ferry, a pleasure vessel, and the Evergreen container … Continue reading

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San Francisco April 2016

Last April my wife and I traveled to San Franciso for a wedding, and we had little time for sightseeing. All images can be reviewed on Flickr.

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Sony α9 Release Videos

Here are six videos that coincided with today’s release of the Sony α9.

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Sony’s New α9 Camera Revolutionizes the Professional Imaging Market

Sony’s New α9 Camera Revolutionizes the Professional Imaging Market Groundbreaking Full-frame Mirrorless Camera Delivers Unmatched Speed, Versatility & Usability: •World’s First (1) full-frame stacked CMOS sensor, 24.2 MP (2) resolution •Blackout-Free Continuous Shooting(3) at up to 20fps(4) for up to … Continue reading

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Shooting the Highest-Resolution Photo Ever Made of Machu Picchu

Photographer Jeff Cremer recently captured the highest-resolution photo ever shot of Machu Picchu, the most popular tourist destination in Peru and one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. Unlike other gigapixel projects that we’ve shared here in the … Continue reading

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Sony is now #2 In the US Full-frame Interchangeable Lens Camera Market

Sony has announced that it is now ranked second in the U.S. full-frame interchangeable lens camera market, a position formerly held by Nikon. The data comes from The NPD Group, which shows a 23% increase in Sony’s full-frame interchangeable lens cameras and lenses sales … Continue reading

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State-Of-The-Art Mirrorless

Here at the Panoramist most of the heavy lifting is done with the Sony A7 series since they are compact, full frame, low light capable, growing family of lenses, and have an electronic viewfinder. Every photography should find the below … Continue reading

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Visiting Iceland: 14 Dos and Don’ts

Looking for a great place to photograph then consider visiting Iceland? Visiting Iceland: 14 Dos and Don’ts- Lonely Planet The number of visitors to small, ravishingly beautiful Iceland is soaring – and Iceland’s news has been busy with stories of … Continue reading

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Gigapan Epic Pro & Kolor Autopano Giga

Introduction This article, from the Kolor,  lays out the panoramic techniques used to generate a gigapixel reproduction of a painting of Jesus by Adolf Hyla. Gigapan Epic Pro & Kolor Autopano Giga Three billion pixels, 12 hours of shooting, and 6 months … Continue reading

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