Photographic Hot Links for February 12, 2014
My favorite photography finds for February 12, 2014
Andy Warhol -- Next to Ansel Adams I think that Andy Warhol has been one of the biggest influences in my artistic life. If you are in Rhode Island you should take the day and visit this new Warhol exhibit at The Rhode Island School of Design Museum.
If you cannot make it to Rhode Island you can still get your Warhol fix at http://www.warhol.org/collection/art/
Tech News World has a look at the new Sigma camera and the Sigma Foveon Sensor. I have to admit that if I were just starting in photography I would consider this camera. I like the concept of the layered sensor. I am a huge fan of film photography and this seems to be the nearest thing to film that I have seen in the digital world.
Full Frame, Crop, or Point and Shoot vs Cell Phone Cameras, and why the cell phone should not replace your camera anytime soon.
Fox News gives five really good reasons to keep a "real camera" around. I am a huge fan of Cell Phone Photography and have a web site www.cellphonephoto365.com devoted to cell phone photography. However, my cell phone falls short in many situations and I have to keep my Point and Shoot or DSLR handy to fill in the gaps. In this web article Terry Sullivan details the five reasons for keeping your "real camera" in service.
Keywords: Cell Phone Photography, Foveon, Reasons to keep your camera, Sigma, Terry Sullivan, Warhol
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