Even with the increasing popularity of Cloud based storage and having our data available to us anywhere, it will never really replace the good ‘ol USB flash drive. Nowadays we can have immense quantities of data in the palm of our hands, but the limitation has always been speed. Lexar addresses this question of speed … Read moreLexar introduces new JumpDrive P10 USB 3.0
Come support a project about “finding yourself and discovering commonalities with the most unexpected people.” Part of the African Creative Market, in association with The Creative Block, African Arts Institute, Arterial Network, and Jeanetta Blignaut Art Consultancy. When: Monday 07 October 2013 Where: Union House, 25 Commerical Street Time: 18:30-19:30 See the Facebook page for further … Read moreFaces of Cape Town Exhibition, 07 October 2013
Even when there is supposed freedom of speech in the world, some countries will exercise the right to deny somebody entry if they feel they have been shown in a bad light. Or so it seems for Dutch photojournalist Rob Honstra. Honstra has collaborated with writer/filmaker Arnold Van Bruggen on a World Photo Award winning project … Read morePhotojournalist denied Russian Visa
The good folks at Huawei have taken 3G connections to a whole new level. The new UltraStick is a SD card that’s been hollowed out in order to cram in a 21Mbps 3G radio, thus bringing further options to enable internet connectivity to your computer. This also enables greater freedom of movement of your laptop. … Read moreHuawei UltraStick 3G SD Card
A few months back Nokia released its latest flagship camera phone, the Lumia 1020. This little beast packs a massive 41mp sensor into your pocket, alongside a 4.5″ AMOLED touch screen which is crazy feat. On top of that, it even plays the latest edition of Angry Birds! Recently though, one of Nokia’s own camera gurus decided to see … Read moreNokia heading for Pro Photo status?
If you are a keen iPhone photographer, you may want to read this. iPhoneography SA is having an exhibition in Joburg and Cape Town this year, and everybody is invited to contribute. There are some great prizes up for grabs, in addition to the obvious bragging rights. For those of you not living in the … Read moreiPhoneography SA Exhibition 2013
We have probably all noticed that back in the day people seemed far from, should we say..joyous, at the thought of being in a photo. Turns out that it was not from a lack of personality, jokes or someone unceremoniously breaking wind. If this tickles your ticklish bits, you can read the in-depth review on … Read moreWere the older generations just a bunch of prunes?
Do you love a good photo walk? We sure do! If you live in the greater Durban area, or will happen to be nearby on 05 October 2013, I highly suggest you sign up. At the moment the route details are unclear, but these will be updated once they are finalized. Event Details Date: Saturday, … Read moreWe Love Pinetown Photo Walk – Pinetown, KZN 05 October 2013
Not all of us are photographic professionals who have the know-how, or even the desire to come to grips with massive photo editing suites like Lightroom and Photoshop. Well fear not! Adobe has provided yet another Elements update for us mere photography loving mortals. Whether its a few minor changes, or some serious alterations, PS Elements … Read moreAdobe Photoshop Elements 12 – It’s new, and even easier
Do you want to know how to create and sustain a professional photographic career? Well, then this seminar is for you! World renowned photographer, Roger Ballen, visual art management consultant, Taryn Cohn, and lawyer intellectual and copyrights specialist, Toby Orford , will provide be providing valuable insight into the world of Contemporary Photographic Art. Covering … Read moreSeminar for Contemporary Art Photographers: November 25-26