Canon has announced that they will be rolling out some new SX and D models of its PowerShot line this year!

The new slim, 1.29″ Canon SX260 HS offers users a 20x zoom, a 12.1 megapixel CMOS sensor, and 25mm Wide-Angle lens. This model will also allow video to be shot in 1080p Full HD. At around $350, this camera also will have GPS capabilities and High-Speed Burst HQ, a feature that will allow for “approximately 10 high-resolution shots to be captured at a continuous rate at 10.3 frames per second.”

For all of you active, adventurous photographers out there, the PowerShot D20 is tricked out for your rugged lifestyle. It’s waterproof, shock-proof, and freeze-proof, with a button that makes it easy to quickly switch from normal mode to snow or underwater mode. And speaking of underwater mode, the PowerShot D20 also comes with an underwater macro mode so you can get right up in those tropical fish’s faces. Expected to ship in May for around $350, it will have a 3-inch LCD screen, GPS capabilities, 1080p full HD video, and a 5x optical zoom lens.


It’s that time of year once again, NY Fashion Week officially starts tomorrow!  Here’s a look at the latest work from celebrity and fashion photographers Markus Klinko & Indrani.  The magazine cover shoot features Hollywood starlet, Olivia Wilde photographed with the Mamiya Leaf camera series. Specifically, the photographers used the Leaf Aptus-II and Mamiya 645DF camera backs and 20K tungsten lighting.

Click HERE to see the entire gallery by Markus Klinko and Indrani.


Resource Magazine is excited to announce the launch of their new Winter 12 digital edition. To celebrate we’ve decided to give everyone a free digital copy for the next week. To access your free Winter 12 digital issue go to HERE.

This brand new online reading experience allows you to share and post articles on your social networks, watch videos, and bookmark your favorite articles. All while flipping the virtual pages of your digital edition on your iPad, iPhone or computer.  Try it out now and let us know what you think.  The first 10 people to post their comments and a return email address will get a free digital subscription for the rest of 2012.  That’s 3 more digital issues for free!

Mitchell Parsons has taken photos of both celebs and musicians, but now he says its time for a change. After photo documenting the Occupy Wall Street Movement, he has decided that he wants to use his photography skills to make a difference. Parsons aims to show us the truth of  the many social inequities and injustices that many are facing around the world. The media’s attention sometimes gets bogged down in trivial matters, and the important stories go untold. Currently, Mitchell is looking for donations for some heavy-duty equipment, such as a bullet proof vest and gas mask kit, for his next story in Egypt. He aims to raise the money by May 3rd of this year, so if you are interested in helping take part in bringing the truth to life via his photos, click HERE.



Photographers looking to get ahead, listen up! Photography consultant Selina Maitreya will be hosting a teleseminar entitled “The Ever Changing Field of Social Media” on Monday, February 6th (a week from today) at 4pm EST. Maitreya will interview social media guru Rosh Sillars, co-author of the book The Linked Photographers’ Guide to Online Marketing and Social Media. Topics to be covered include:

  • Which social media tools are hot and which are not
  • How to prioritize your social media presence
  • How social media affects your earning potential

…and much more. This teleseminar is FREE, but is limited to the first 500 who register, so don’t waste another minute–register HERE now.

This workshop is about as close to paradise as you can get. The Lighting the Dramatic Portrait Workshop will be taught by award-winning celebrity photographer Michael Grecco, and is located in…(drumroll, please)…Hilo, Hawaii. As if that wasn’t enough to make this the best workshop ever, participants will also be working with top of the line equipment from Hasselblad, Broncolor, Chimera, California Sunbounce, and more.

The workshop, held from March 28 to April 2, is open to only TWELVE students, so register HERE now!

Savings alert! onOne Software is offering a coupon code for 25% off your ENTIRE order. Use the code REWARD25 to save BIG on all of their great tools for photographers, or to update the software you currently have. Act fast, this code expires on January 26th!

Ready for a little destruction? Artist Ian Sailer used high-speed photography to capture the exact moment various objects were hit by a pellet gun. This incredible series, titled Color Explosion Photos, is focused mostly on food, but a few other objects also fall victim to Sailer’s gun. Check out some of the results below and the full gallery at his Flickr.


Ladies and gentlemen, step right up for your chance to see the Eye of America. This GIGANTIC film camera measures 35 feet long and captures images on negatives that are six by four and a half FEET, which produce images that are one thousand times greater than the average negative. Dennis Manarchy, the owner of the camera, uses the camera to make these giant images and also uses the camera to teach people about how a camera works.


ASMP-NY is having a free portfolio review for its members on February 7th at Calumet Photographic. The event has confirmed a long list of reviewers, from Ariel Shanberg, Director of The Center for Photography at Woodstock, to Kathleen Vance, Owner of the Front Room Gallery. The review is a great way to get feedback from professionals and help you build an even stronger portfolio! For more information, a complete list of all the reviewers, and to register, click HERE.