Hipstamatic has introduced its new Disposable Series, an extension to its widely popular app. Thanks to it, you can now “share” the same “roll of film” with your friends: photos are instantly exchanged once the roll is finished. This makes it really easy for you and your friends to create and share memories from separate cameras.

The D-series is the first free download and includes 3 unlimited use camera and 3 optional in-app purchase cameras. You can instantly connect to all your friends on Facebook and share your entire album through Facebook, Twitter, and email.

Take a look at the D-series in action!

Hipstamatic Disposable

For more information and to download hipstamatic CLICK HERE

Wanna improve your photo skills? Wanna be more confident when shooting? Then free up some time next Tuesday, December 20, as  X-rite brings you two free webinars.

The first session will start at 11 AM, and the second at 12 PM. The workshops are focused on how to get accurate color for your photographs. You’ll learn to use both Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop to get the best color results ever. Webinars are open to everyone, so if photographer or just curious, register here.


Let’s face it, even the most amazing ink jet printers cannot produce quality prints straight from your computer. The problem isn’t the ink, it’s the paper. But now Ilford Galerie Gold Fibre Silk is your answer. With a baryta (barium sulphate) coated layer underneath the ink -receiving layer, its structure is the same as a traditional fiber photographic paper base. The result: breathtaking prints with amazing color saturation, enhanced definition, extended tonal range, and amazing archival properties.

And now, for a limited time only, save 20% on all Ilford Galerie Paper! Learn more about this great offer and Ilford Galerie Paper here: SOURCE

Promotions, events, great news, discounts, exhibitions, webinars, parties… What else? All this and so more is what Bron Imaging Group offers you in this months newsletter.  Take advantage of Bron’s awesome December deals on gear too!

Save some money on a Scoro or Verso power pack and get an accessory credit up to $2500. Take 15% off all Kobold kits and the 20% off all Visatec kits or visit Lindsay Adler workshop in New Orleans. Come on, don’t stop. There’s to much to do!


Olympus fans, get excited. Today, the camera company announced the release of the next member of their PEN family: a micro four thirds lens, the M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 12-50mm F3.5-6.3 EZ.

The lens is remarkably versatile, performing well for portraits and wide-angle group photos alike with a 4.2x zoom ratio. The lens also has a macro mode and is able to focus form as close to 8 inches away from the subject. And the icing on the cake? The lens is still AND movie compatible. Olympus’ tried and true dust and splashproof technology was used to make this lens (the first time it has been incorporated in a Micro 4/3′s  lens!), so it is built to last.

The M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 12-50mm F3.5-6.3 EZ will be available in mid-January for an estimated $499.99.


Would you like your work to be be part of the American Photography annual hardcover? American Photography 28 calls now for entries to select the year’s best images.

Present your best works and be part of the AP Archive! Don’t miss out, the deadline is January 27th 2012.  Register  HERE!


On a trip to Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia, photographer Margaret Morton was captivated by the cemeteries she saw scattered across the countryside. She extended her trip in order to photograph these landscapes, and the result is the breathtaking photographs in her show “Cities of the Dead: The Ancestral Cemeteries of Kyrgyzstan.”

The cemeteries are unique in that they are the result of years of changes in the dominant religion of the country: Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Nestorian Christianity, Islam, and Sufism have all passed through. The tombstones and burial monuments, however, have grown to incorporate elements from their traditions without obscuring those of the past. The deceased are commemorated by a variety of different types of structures, making these landscapes particularly interesting.

“Cities of the Dead: The Ancestral Cemeteries of Kyrgyzstan” continues through the end of this month at the Wolk Gallery, at M.I.T.’s School of Architecture and Planning.

MIT Building 7, Room 338, at 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA.




Some members of Flickr have been recreating major events of the past 12 months using Legos (people have too much time on their hand… or boundless creativity, depending on how you look at things!).

From the Occupy Wall Street protest to the royal wedding, the results of this extremely creative and clever endeavor are too cool to pass up. Enjoy! (It’s Christmas: it’s OK to want to feel like a kid again.)


To view more pictures, click here!


We know you’ve all been waiting, and finally the day has come! Tomorrow, Wednesday, December 14th, the APA/NY Photo Contest and Christmas Holiday Party is on! From 7pm to 10pm, the party is on at Loft 33 (33 West 26th St, NY). There will be a raffle for a Fuji Inteax Camera for only 2 bucks a ticket!

You may be wondering who is the 2011 APA/NY Photo Contest Grand Prize Winner, right? So this time the prize goes to (drumroll, please)… Jason Evans! Our sincere congratulations to him!

Hors d’oeuvres, wine, beer, cool music, exhibition of the winning works, and so much more! Are you gonna miss it? We won’t!


Are you looking for the best event going on this week in New York? So you need to know about this one: photographer and good friend Michelle Brady is planning a big bash to help raise funds to bring education to orphans in Nepal. The event is going to take place this Friday, December 16th, from 6 to 9pm in Go Studios‘ beautiful new space at 318 W 39th Street, NYC 10018 (between 8th and 9th Ave).

There will be some of The Poster Project works as well as the premiere of their short movie, Kids of Kathmandu, which they recorded during their recent visit to Nepal. And there’s more: cash bar, food, a photo booth, cool merchandise, and good cheer all around.

Tickets are $25 ($10 for students) and can be bought on their website. While you’re there, if you’re so inclined, you can make a tax-deductible donation. All profits go directly to this non-profit organization. Sounds good, right? Come on Friday and experience it yourself!