The new Nikkor AF-S 16-35mm 1:4G ED VR lens reviewed here at Digital Photography Review is an impressive wide angle zoom.  Considering its size, weight, and apparent image quality this would easily be my choice as a travel wide angle zoom leaving behind the awesome Nikkor 14-24mm F2.8 for more specialized work. Review here.

 

The new Nikkor AF-S 16-35mm 1:4G ED VR lens reviewed here at Digital Photography Review is an impressive wide angle zoom.

 

A few weeks back I posted my own limited review of Adobe’s Lightroom 3.0 focusing on it’s improvements rather than reviewing the entire package.  This week Digital Photograpy Review released their review of Lightroom 3, and if you’re still not using LR3 you’ll want to read this review.  It’s a great tool with a outstanding value.

 

A few weeks back I posted my own limited review of Adobe’s Lightroom 3.0 focusing on it’s improvements rather than reviewing the entire package.  This week Digital Photograpy Review released their review of Lightroom 3, and if you’re still not using LR3 you’ll want to read this review.  It’s a great tool with a outstanding value

 

I enjoyed this piece from a non-photography site titled “10 Nature Photography Lessons:  Yosemite: Wonders Unfold”, informative and fun.  Worth the read.

 

I enjoyed this piece from a non-photography site titled “10 Nature Photography Lessons:  Yosemite: Wonders Unfold”, informative and fun.  Worth the read.

 

All good things must come to an end, and there could be no more fitting end to Kodak’s Kodachrome slide film than giving the very last roll produced to photographer Steve McCurry who shot the riveting image of the Afghan girl featured on National Geographic’s cover in 1984.  You’ll really want to read this article.  They finally took our Kodachrome away..

 

All good things must come to an end, and there could be no more fitting end to Kodak’s Kodachrome slide film than giving the very last roll produced to photographer Steve McCurry who shot the riveting image of the Afghan girl featured on National Geographic’s cover in 1984.  You’ll really want to read this article.  They finally took our Kodachrome away..

 

Just a few weeks back I did a review on HTC’s new Desire Smartphone and during the review I mentioned I thought Android would quickly eclipse the Iphone and Blackberry as the most used smartphone system. According to Daily Tech Review I was more right than I realized. Android is our new market leader.  I hope they continue along their current path and don’t let us down as the Iphone and Blackberry have.

 

Just a few weeks back I did a review on HTC’s new Desire Smartphone and during the review I mentioned I thought Android would quickly eclipse the Iphone and Blackberry as the most used smartphone system. According to Daily Tech Review I was more right than I realized.  Android is our new market leader.  I hope they continue along their current path and don’t let us down as the Iphone and Blackberry have.

 

Penguin Poo from Space.  Yup, what better use to put the most advanced photographic gear to use doing, counting penguin poos.   Seriously.

 

Penguin Poo from Space.  Yup, what better use to put the most advanced photographic gear to use doing, counting penguin poos.   Seriously.