British Summer Time is here

It is time to change your camera’s clock again Today the clocks in the UK have changed to British Summer Time (BST), this means that if you woke at 7am for a meeting at 8am and hadn’t changed the clock last night you are late! Photographers often find out their camera is set to the …

Nik Software suite of six plug-ins for only $149

It’s Easter and you’ve got to love this deal; the complete set of Nik Software’s plug-ins for only $149. Normally you’d have paid $499 for this set of professional plug-ins that works in Photoshop, Lightroom and Aperture but Nik Software – now owned by Google – has this amazing deal online. With the six separate …

Canon's Project 1709

Canon enhances Project 1709 beta with new social integration and management tools London, UK, 20 March 2013 – Canon has updated its Project 1709 beta, introducing version 1.1 that offers users the option of full Flickr integration, as well as new management and organisation features. Project 1709 version 1.1 now makes it possible to publish …

Take control of your photos with program shift

Make P for Professional work for you There are way too many jokes about photographers who use their cameras in Programmed automatic exposure mode, even more about photographers teaching other photographers to shoot in “P for Professional” and always use f/5.6. Surely that’s not possible? Well actually it’s indeed very possible to shoot in program …