Daniel Ritter

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LEICA M typ 240 vs. LEICA M9 vs. Fuji X100S vs. Nikon D600 Image Quality Comparison

<b>LEICA M typ 240 vs.<br>LEICA M9 vs.<br>Fuji X100S vs.<br>Nikon D600 <br>Image Quality Comparison</b> <br>© 2014 KenRockwell.com. All rights reserved.<p>This free website's …

A Printer That Develops Your iPhone Pics Into Lasting Polaroids

Previously on Kickstarter and finally available for order, the Impossible Lab is an analog gadget that lets you print Polaroids from your iPhone. It’s brilliant. Here’s why.<p>There are plenty of ways to turn an iPhone picture into a Polaroid-like print, from online services like Moo to portable Wi-Fi …

Online Life

Pricing Your Work, Tip #1: Fees & Terms to Expect as a Photojournalist

You’ve met with a photo editor and they love your pictures. The next thing you know, they’re calling you with an assignment. Great! But along with …

Review: SLR Magic 11mm f1.4 Lens

After the review of the SLR Magic 26mm f1.4 lens, I just had to have more! That came in the form of the SLR Magic 11mm f1.4 for Micro Four Thirds …

The Future of Learning Environments: An Issue That Concerns the Students

<i>Following her first article on her experiences as an architect/designer working with kids, Moa Dickmark offers her insights into the future of</i> …

Teaching

Act a Fuji: Four Months With The X100S

For all you hipster and pro photogs out there, I’m sure you already know that the X100S has already been out for quite some time now. So if you’re …

The Big Fat List of Documentaries About Photography

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Fujifilm XF 56mm f/1.2 R Lens 16418649 B&H Photo Video

The <b>Fujifilm XF 56mm f/1.2 R Lens</b> is a prime portrait-length lens that provides a 35mm-equivalent focal length of 85mm when used with Fujifilm …

Film: How to develop, scan, and print with no darkroom required! By Max Marinucci

Unveiled: New Super-Fast Leica Nocticron Lens and Four Panasonic Lumix Digital Cameras

Panasonic has jumped out of the gates at CES and announced several new point-and-shoot digital cameras as well as a very fast portrait-length Leica …

Sizing it up: Our Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 review

We've just posted our full review of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1. It underscores the 'Micro' in Micro Four Thirds as the smallest model in that …

Fujifilm to update firmware for X-Pro1, X-E2, X-E1 and X100S (again)

Fujifilm has announced forthcoming firmware updates for its X-Pro1, X-E2 and X-E1 mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, and for the X100S …

Fujifilm X100S Tips & Tricks

To alter slightly, this one is not a technical R&D world related post, but my photograpjy hobby related one. Hope you don’t mind? Will followup with …

Foldio: The Uber-Portable, Foldable Light Box for Smartphone Photography

A new smartphone photography product is making some serious waves on the Internet ever since the launch of its Kickstarter campaign just a few days …

Oxford Word Of The Year 2013

Oxford Dictionaries just announced that their Word of the Year for 2013 is <i>selfie,</i> which means "a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically one taken with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website."<p>According to Oxford research, the use of the word <i>selfie</i> has increased by …

The State of Mirrorless Glass

With mirrorless digital cameras continuously growing in both popularity and imaging capabilities, their respective lines of lenses are also …

The Possibilities of Using One Large Light Source for Studio Portrait Photography

In the spirit of keeping it simple, one-strobe setups are many portrait photographer’s default when it comes to studio lighting. The best thing about …

Latin Americans combat crime with smartphones and social media

In Latin America, where violent crime rates are six times higher than in any other region, and where most residents have reported distrust in the state's ability to fight crime, several communities have taken to social media to boost security, say analysts.<p>"Violent crime in Latin America undermines …

Skydivers leap to safety after planes collide in midair

Nine skydivers and two pilots survived with only minor injuries after their planes collided in midair over Wisconsin.<p>Skydiving instructor Mike Robinson was at 12,000 feet (3,600 meters), just seconds away from his fourth and final jump of the day, when a second plane carrying other skydivers struck …

Amazing Miniature Scenes Shot with Model Cars, Forced Perspective and a $250 P&S

Model maker/collector and photographer Michael Paul Smith is a master at recreating incredibly accurate outdoor scenes using his extensive die-cast …

Jay McLaughlin, a Micro Four Thirds Photographer in the Fashion Industry

Much to the chagrin of many higher-ups in the fashion industry, UK-based Jay McLaughlin uses an Olympus OM-D E-M5 and PEN E-P5. Favoring portability …

2013 "Childhood" Photo Contest

Photo: Thomas Preston<p><b>New Deadline: September 29, 2013</b><p>August 16, 2013 /Photography News/ Childhood is such a unique and fleeting time. It can be a …

America in the 1970s: Texas

Day 4 of Documerica Week on In Focus, featuring regions of the U.S. covered by the photographers of the Documerica Project in the early 1970s. Today we visit the state of Texas, where photographers captured images of industrialized waterfronts, small town daily life, impoverished neighborhoods, …

Michael Kamber and Louie Palu Talk About Photographing The War in Iraq and Afghanistan

Stories from photographers on the front lines are sometimes amongst the toughest to swallow. And this one from Photographers Michael Kamber and Louie …

America in the 1970s: Chicago's African-American Community

Day 3 of Documerica Week on In Focus -- a new photo essay each day, featuring regions of the U.S. covered by the photographers of the Documerica Project in the early 1970s. Today's subject is Chicago's African-American community, primarily the South Side, documented by photographer John H. White, …