The stealthy camera startup Light today announced a revolutionary new point-and-shoot camera that aims to transform the way we think about cameras. Called the L16, it packs 16 separate cameras across its surface that simultaneously expose photos at different focal lengths. The resulting images are combined into high-resolution, 52-megapixel photos. This camera may provide casual… Continue reading Multi camera point and shoot may fix the camera gap.
What a champion getting a photo of the photogeek.tv T-Shirt into The Age Green Guide today. We hope this does not make photogeek more widely known, we like the shadows. Get over to digitalpill.tv on Saturday 28th November to view Leo’s live video streaming event. Louie Prez live album launch at The Dog theatre
With show 100 coming in a few weeks I thought we would release some of the test stream from our BoinxTV video via Stream API. See how the first live stream went a few weeks ago. The first video is the mess of tech problems then a gap and show starts a fair bit in.… Continue reading Live stream recorded from show 98
As we look forward to a live broadcast of Photogeek for it’s 100th episode, those in the bunker get restless.
Due to some random error Eps 94 is delayed from publishing. Hold tight I am sure they will answer my emails soon.
I got an email from Mawson Dave during the week asking what he should do with his two 1 GIG RAM modules now that he had upgraded his iMac with two 2 GIG modules. Well worth the upgrade for photographic processing but could he sell or give away the old RAM and was it of… Continue reading Photogeek of the week, Valentines Day gift
Announced today, the most important shift in camera hardware since the release of the Hasselblad some 40 years ago. RED Digital Cinema Camera’s have announced a new system that covers most camera types in use today from the prosumer low end HD video to the 6X17 wide format stills camera. All camera manufacturers will be… Continue reading RED Digital have blown away all others
Police will not prosecute artist Bill Henson over his photographs of naked teenagers, declared “mild and justified” by Australia’s Classification Board. Central Metropolitan Region Commander Assistant Commissioner Catherine Burn said police were obliged to investigate the works following complaints from the public. “Police did receive complaints and this has been a matter of significant public… Continue reading Charges dropped against Bill Henson
According to Iphone Simm Free the iPhone 1.1.1 update does not “brick” an iPhone but makes it no longer capable of being used on non-AT&T networks. So for those in Australia trying to use Telstra’s network to run an Apple iPhone you are out of luck until a fix is produced by IPhone Simm Free.… Continue reading iPhones "Unlocked" now don't work.
Finally after quite a few months James has finished editing “Fear Your Gods”. This is a video clip created using Adobe After Effects for the Album “Carpet Bomb” released by James’s band Velvedene. This Wednesday we hope to discuss some of the methods employed in the making of this video.