Register Photography & Video equipment Prior to USA Departure – Part II

A few months back, I wrote a post about how to register photography & video equipment before USA departure. This post attempted to answer most of the questions regarding the forms and the procedures necessary to register your gear prior to an international flight. On that same post, I wrote what I knew and could……

Sony New Full Frame Lenses launch and its Optics Paradox

The New Sony Lenses New lenses for full frame bodies were announced yesterday, for the FE 16-35mm f/2.8 and 12-24mm f/4 lenses, it was a unexpected surprise – unless you frantically believe everything Alpha Rumors posts on their website – and yet a great addition to the ever growing full frame family of lenses for the E-mount system.……

WiFi cameras and Copyright

Things to consider regarding WiFi cameras and Copyright. Yesterday I watched a very interesting and educational video posted at BH’s Youtube channel by the Copyright Zone guys. In case you haven’t heard about them, an intellectual property lawyer, Ed Greenberg,  and a commercial photographer,  Jack Reznicki, joined forces in an effort to illustrate and educate, the……

Sony’s Boldness – The Alpha A7R mark II

POST DISCLAIMER: I have been a Canon user for quite a while. First purchased the HV30 and later jumped into the DSLR wagon with the T2i. Me, and everyone else, have been anxiously anticipating the release of Sony’s flagship camera: The Sony Alpha A7R mark II. Sony packed such a massive and impressive list of……

Linguistic relativity – and why it matters

Regardless of where you are, the boundaries defined by your culture make certain things normal, possible as well as unlikely and impossible. These impossibilities are sometimes achieve by cross-culture intervention, but most often than not, they are the anomaly inside the standard. Language is a slave of culture. A culture by definition needs a language……