Any serious enthusiast photographer would likely already have an account with the likes Flickr, 500px, Instagram (I KID!! I KID!!), Facebook and whatever other image sharing sites that may exist. Or possibly all of them. Google+ however which has always been sneared at by the “evil mother-in-law” type Facebook user, is fast becoming the best … Read moreGoogle+: Becoming a Togs best friend
No doubt if you are an Adobe account holder, you must have been following the developments of the whole hacking saga. Not to mention living in constant fear that your next product update could lead you into a world of cyber hurt. As it turns out, Adobe’s original figure of 2.9 million affected user accounts … Read moreAdobe Hack: Just a wee bit worse than initially thought
As expected, video no. 3 is out causing much needed salivation from us poor fanboys. The rumoured name has also been updated to the “Nikon DF”. This time our rather serious looking boy scout shows of a creative angle of the lens, whilst showing us proper camera maintenance techniques with the air blower. Hopefully this … Read moreNikon teaser video #3
Light painting is always good fun when you have some spare time on your hands and a great idea. Darren Pearson however, takes this to the extreme! He recently a released the final 700 image stop motion video that is the culmination of a year’s worth of work. Perfection like this takes that long. He … Read moreStop motion light painting video..on steriods!!
Nikon seem hell bent on creating hype for their upcoming “Retro” camera, and they are doing this by adding a 2nd video to the mix. This video seems to reveal a bit more regarding the build and design of the camera, albeit for split seconds at a time. Nikon seem to be making a story … Read moreNikon teaser video #2
So does Nikon have the answer? Well if Nikon Rumours is to be believed, they may well do. According to the article, Nikon is producing a retro styled, full-frame camera that will compete against Sony’s truly brilliant A7. However that turns out not to be, as the expected retail price is $3,000 body only. Almost twice … Read moreDoes Nikon have an answer to Sony’s A7?
Amongst Apple’s media domination yesterday, we were able to find this little update that many may find interesting. Apple has snuck in an update for Aperture, to version v3.5. The key points to note are that you can now, via iCloud, share your images and video streams with others. That includes sharing AND giving access … Read moreAperture 3.5 now with iCloud Photo Sharing
Eye-Fi has recently announced the new 32GB card to its already existing 8GB and 16GB card family. Now you can snap away carefree of filling up your card, as it silently offloads your images to your nearby Android or iOS powered smartphone. Having said that, if you are filling up 32GB that easily on JPEGS … Read moreEye-Fi’s 32GB Mobi Card is here!
Mirrorless cameras have taken some time to gain popularity in South Africa, largely because they are misunderstood. However as popularity and education increase, there is a growing desire for these great machines. Especially so for the hobbiest, enthusiast on a budget or the person wanting fantastic image quality, but with compact size. Call it the … Read moreAffordable Mirrorless options
Amongst all the recent tech world announcements, its great to see that imaging was not left out of the picture (excuse the extremely poor pun). Although seemingly overshadowed by Apple’s expected announcements, Nokia managed to drop a few bombs of their own. Nokia has decided to merge its current Nokia Smart and Nokia Pro camera … Read moreNew Nokia Camera app, and RAW support