![e776593293ae5ac1272905a2e76cd945](/attachments/small/0/e776593293ae5ac1272905a2e76cd945.jpg "align-right") This is the latest upgrade to the Camera Link product from Sandberg, making it compatible with the iPad 3 and iPad 4/Mini; but not at the same time. To get the iPad 4 compatibility rather obviously requires the Lightning connector equipped version, which costs the same as the iPad 3 version. Whichever you need, the premise is the same: upload your photos to your iPad directly from your camera. Insert the SD card into the device, make sure it is toggled to the SD setting, and your iPad will display your images and enable you to import them. …

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Ask a group of 100 people how they search for images online and the chances are that the vast majority will give the standard 'Google' response. Indeed, Google Images is a useful search engine if you are satisfied with a scattergun approach to finding all images that match a specific search term. But what if you wanted something a little more focussed, if you'll excuse the photographic play on words? What of you wanted to find all the images taken by your camera and that now appear online? [attach]21230[/attach] Impossible, you might imagine, but actually it's not only possible but …

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Reallusion is perhaps best known for developing a range of award-winning 3D cinematic tools, so it came as something of a surprise to discover that the company has just released an iPhone app. The surprise did not diminish any when the press release arrived on my desk and proudly, not to mention rather loudly, proclaimed that "Big Lens will turn your iPhone/iPad into a professional SLR camera". It has to be said that I pretty much choked on my coffee as, let's face it, you'd need something approaching a bone fide miracle to get anything approaching professional results from the …

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I am looking for a good tutorial on how to do a simple photo gallery. I want to photo gallery to transition by using arrows to go back and forth. I found a few tutorials but none that explain it in detail. I am familiar with jquery but not too familiar with java. Here is an example of the gallery I would like to create: [URL="http://www.bobbiandmike.com/index2.php#/gallery3/1/"]http://www.bobbiandmike.com/index2.php#/gallery3/1/[/URL]

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Hello. I am, unbelievably, a septuagenarian. My son gave me the wonderful gift of a website, strongly urging me to get started with Dreamweaver. I'm a graphic designer (with typography as a passion) and photographer and I have for the past 2 months created my website: [url snipped]. One page shows a museum exhibition I created. What I bring are my strengths as a photographer with an odd passion: I hate displaying my photographs with white matte boards around them, so I have developed "frames" that use natural textures and objects. My aim is to show photographs and art with …

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Has the world gone mad? Sony is getting set to launch a cellphone with, wait for it, no less than a 12.1 megapixel camera built in. To put that in to some perspective, I take photographs for publication as part of my day to day working life as a jobbing journalist. The digital camera I use has 8 megapixels which really are plenty thanks very much. Indeed, most photographers will tell you that the headline megapixel count is not as important as the quality of the lens and numerous other bits and bobs. And while Sony has something of a …

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"It’s Harvard or Yale, Harpic or Domestos, AA or RAC, PC or Mac. Binary tribalism: Gilbert and Sullivan wrote a song about it" [URL="http://stephenfry.com/blog/"]writes Stephen Fry[/URL] as he explains that when it comes to the world of serious digital photography that choice is pretty much narrowed down to Canon or Nikon. Stephen Fry, was half of a British comedy double act known as Fry and Laurie. He is the half, if you are American, that you have probably never heard of. His partner was Dr House, or Hugh Lawrie if you prefer. Yet Fry is arguably the more famous of …

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I couldn’t help spotting a story over the weekend relating to what was being called a groundbreaking camera that can refocus blurry images after the photo has actually been taken. The development, from the [URL="http://www.merl.com/"]Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs[/URL], uses a lens with a depth of field around ten times the norm, which means it can keep subjects in focus over a much greater distance. Post-photo processing can be used within the camera itself, or via software on the computer, to drag an out of focus image back into focus. This works by using something called a masked aperture, which means …

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