The big news this week was the Second Annual Tampa Bay Photo Shootout! In addition, Canon has applied for a viewfinder design patent that combines both optical and electronic displays in a DSLR style system. Lytro has announced in a blog post that the company is getting out of the consumer imaging business to focus instead on developing a light field virtual reality platform. The Impossible Project has unveiled the I-1 Instant camera which uses the Impossible Project 600-type instant film. Researchers at Columbia University are working on a flexible sheet camera with stretchable lenses. Just prior to the upcoming NAB show, Adobe has announced new features for video and audio editing including Premiere Pro CC including the ability to edit files during ingest, proxy workflows, and VR editing capabilities.
April 17, 2016
The second annual Tampa Bay Photo Shootout just wrapped up and what a weekend! Jim and Fred feature highlights of the Shootout including interviews with Vanelli and Mathew Cicanese. More interviews will be posted in upcoming episodes! Many thanks to Jason and Nicole Hahn as well as Tamron, Pinellas Technical College, St. Petersburg College and all the great workshop leaders and volunteers for making this happen. Also, thank you to all those who attended to get inspired this weekend! Coming up in September is the Black Hills Photo Shootout. Save the dates, September 30, October 1 and 2nd!