David Schonauer

Tech News: Aputure's Powerful and Weatherproof LED Lights, the LS 60X and 60D

Fstoppers   Friday January 29, 2021

First announced last May  the Aputure Light Storm LS60D and LS60X LED lights are now available in both daylight (LS60D) and bicolour (LS60X) varieties. The new lights offer an adjustable beam angle and weatherproofing and offer a multitude of power options from the supplied AC adapter or through the use of a weatherproof DC input, notes DIY Photography. Fstoppers has more.   Read the full Story >>

State of the Art: How WiFi 6e Will Upgrade Your Internet Experience

nofilmschool   Friday January 29, 2021

According to research, the average number of wireless devices connecting to WiFi networks has doubled in recent years and is expected to triple by 2023. As a result, if you’ve been having trouble keeping your WiFi connection lately, you’re not alone, but  help is on the way in the form of WiFi 6e, notes NoFilmSchool, which explains what WiFi 6e is and how it will change your workflow as a creative.   Read the full Story >>

Honor Roll: Ocean Art Underwater Photo Contest Winners

Ocean Art Underwater Photography Competition   Friday January 29, 2021

The  winners of the ninth-annual Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition have been announced, with the overall Best in Show prize going to an image of an octopus submitted by Gaetano Dario Gargiulo. The photo was taken in the tide pools of Kamay Botany Bay National Park in New South Wales, Australia. The contest categories include wide-angle, macro, marine life behavior, portrait, cold water, nudibranch, blackwater, underwater conservation, underwater art, compact wide-angle, compact macro, and compact behavior, notes PetaPixel.   Read the full Story >>

What We're Reading: How European Fascists Manipulated the Masses

Daily Beast   Friday January 29, 2021

“Photography and fascism in interwar Europe developed into a highly toxic and combustible formula. Particularly in concert with aggressive display techniques, the European fascists were utterly convinced of their ability to use the medium of photography to manufacture consent among their publics.” So notes Bloomsbury Visual Arts, publisher of the new book Photofascism: Photography, Film, and Exhibition Culture in 1930s Germany and Italy by Vanessa Rocco. The Daily Beast has a closeup.   Read the full Story >>

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