Fotokita Award 2011 is an online photo contest by Fotokita.net and the National Geographic Indonesia (NGI). By this month, you will be given a one-year chance –to December 2011– to submit photos. All photos must be carrying the NGI’s 2011 theme: “Population.”
Yesterday (26/1), Adobe announced the availability of Adobe Photoshop Express 1.5 software for iOS devices — iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
Leica Camera AG, establishing its 32nd time award in the year of 2011, the Leica Oskar Barnack Award, invites all professional photographers “whose unerring powers of observation capture and express the relationship between man and the environment. It is the interaction between man and the environment with acute vision and contemporary visual style — creative, groundbreaking and unintrusive.”
Zhuang Wubin’s third photographic book, Chinese Muslims in Indonesia, has been published by Select Books. This book attempts to counter the erasure by focusing on the faces and places associated with this small yet important community in Indonesia.
In Why Photographs Work, George Barr analyzes 52 striking images by some of the world’s top photographers.
Over 70 percent of the materials used to manufacture Seagate’s latest eco-friendly Barracuda LP HDD, the Barracuda Green, can be recycled. It is up to 20 percent faster than any other eco-friendly hard drives.
Little, Brown and Company, a division of Hachette Book Group, in collaboration with The Ansel Adams Trust, has created an app that provides a multi-tiered introduction to the life and work of Ansel Adams — Ansel Adams for the iPad.
The beauty of a traditional Japanese stone garden, or “karesansui,” is the prime inspiration for the new Lomo LC-A+ White Japan Edition. Available only 1000 pieces worldwide, this camera is now ready in stock for US$ 409.27.
Pentax is releasing a 100-only “Korejanai” version of its K-r DSLR in Japan, which will be available in time for Christmas; reservations start on December 24, with the shipping in January 2011.
The medgadget.com is looking for fascinating medical photo that “imagines medicine.” “Nothing is off the table: portraits, group shots, happy shots, tragic shots, clinical shots, Photoshop illustrations, macro, micro and anything in between.