Click to hear now. This is the first installment of PhotoGeek’s weekly audio podcasts. In this episode Phil Greenwood, James Belew, Cameron Tandy and Michael Griffin introduce themselves. Our backgrounds professionally and what we are doing now. A brief look at the new Canon EOS-1D Mk 111. A discussion about “chimping” and some talk about… Continue reading PhotoGeek week #1
Canon has given us all a birthday present as they commemorate 20 years of the EOS system with the launch of the Eos 1D Mk3. Bigger and better than all before it and just in case any one cares, it’s made of solid unobtanium? (so Phill says) More info coming and a video pod cast… Continue reading Canon Eos 1D Mk3
According to this article on QJET we could get a storage boost some time in the future. These disks could Wipe Out Computer HDs, HD-DVDs and Bluray Professor V Renugopalakrishnan of the Harvard Medical School in Boston claims to have developed a layer of protein made from genetically altered, light-sensitive microbe proteins which could store… Continue reading 50,000GB DVDs
For a few years now camera manufacturers have released numerous digital still cameras that have replaced traditional film bodies. From point and shoot to large format professional systems there is now an affordable camera to cover all situations. With advances in image control, manipulation, storage and transmission, it seems digital cameras are now far superior… Continue reading Film is dead!
Peter Jackson shoots RED footage for NAB presentation Academy Award winning director Peter Jackson (“Lord of the Rings Trilogy” and King Kong”) volunteered to shoot 4K footage for RED to use at NAB 2007. What started out as a test session quickly turned into a movie. Peter and his team shot RED Alpha prototypes, “Boris”… Continue reading RED Digital Cinema
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Welcome to PhotoGeek.tv In this Blog we expect to include general discussion in areas involved in professional, pro-sumer, and amateur photography. Cameras, computers, software and related technology as well as industry news and chatter. Each week we intent to produce an hour long audio podcast and when we are able a 10-15 min video podcast.… Continue reading Welcome