SAP Media Worldwide Ltd. publishes monthly magazine for Indian Photography Industry
 
 

Past Issue : October 2011

 

In this Issue

TRADE TALK - Did You Run the Canon Marathon
TRADE TALK - Nikon Forays Into Tough Catagory
Shootout - The All-in-one Printer
Pro Profile - Rune Guneriussen
Tips & Techs - Miniature Faking With a Tilt-Shift Lens
TIPS & TECHS - Flash it Baby!!!
REVIEWS - Panasonic DMC GF3W
REVIEWS - Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX7V
REVIEWS - Canon 17mm TS-E f/4L
 
 
 
 
 

TRADE TALK - Did You Run the Canon Marathon

Recently Canon held its third Photo Marathon in India. The one day theme based contest was simultaneously held in New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. Kensaku Konishi, President and CEO, Canon India and Dabboo Ratnani, fashion-celebrity photographer who flagged off the event in Mumbai spoke to Asian Photography about the contest.

 
 
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TRADE TALK - Nikon Forays Into Tough Catagory

With the festive season around the corner every manufacturer is gearing up to capitalise on the opportunity. Mr. Hiroaki Suzuki, Assistant Manager, Nikon Hong Kong, and Mr. Hiroshi Takashina, MD, Nikon India spoke to Bhavya Desai about their vision for the future and business in India.

 
 
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Shootout - The All-in-one Printer

An all-in-one printer works as a scanner, printer and a copier, but that doesn’t seem enough and today they come equipped with memory card slots and a WiFi capability as well to simplify printing. Like every year we have the three major brands squaring off against each other in the All-in One category printer shootout.

 
 
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Pro Profile - Rune Guneriussen

While an average photographer captures the usual, there are always a few who astonish the human mind and urge it to look beyond the obvious. Rune Guneriussen talks about his art and the creative process involved.

 
 
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Tips & Techs - Miniature Faking With a Tilt-Shift Lens

Selective focus via tilt is often used to fake or simulate a miniature scene, though the effect is somewhat different from the shallow depth of field in close-up photography of miniature subjects. The miniature faking effect is often referred as "tilt-shift effect” only because it is created via the tilt-shift lens, even though the shift aspect of it is practically unrelated. Read on to find out more.

 
 
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TIPS & TECHS - Flash it Baby!!!

There’s no doubt that the best light to shoot a picture in is either ambient or natural light. But often that light is not sufficient to light up your subjects. But like everything in life there are numerous aids to work around such hurdle, one of them being the use of flash, built-in or otherwise. Read on to get an insight into some of the commonly used flash photography techniques.

 
 
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REVIEWS - Panasonic DMC GF3W

The Panasonic DMC GF3W is a new entrant to the mirrorless camera universe. An excellent set of features and an extremely user-friendly interface makes this a camera worth reckoning with.

 
 
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REVIEWS - Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX7V

The compact camera segment has endless choices in an array of brands. One of the latest entries in the prosumer camera segment is the Sony Cyber-Shot DSC HX7V which combines quality and design.

 
 
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REVIEWS - Canon 17mm TS-E f/4L

Aimed at the professional architecture/landscape/product shooter, Canon’s 17mm TS-E f/4L lens was launched in 2009. It is the widest-angle Tilt-Shift lens in Canon’s arsenal boasting a host of features for its users

 
 
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