Photo News Week in Review: 11/15 to 11/21, 2015
Each Monday (hopefully), we compile a list of the previous week’s best photography news from our own News Desk and around the web. And by “best,” we mean the things we stumbled upon and enjoyed and hope you will find interesting.
Profoto B2 AirTTL review: Field day | Pro Photo Supply News Desk
We take Profoto’s latest TTL-enabled Off Camera Flash for a spin, and make some silly pictures in our well-intentioned-but-perhaps-not-expertly-executed attempt to show off what these lights can do.
Reuters Issues a Worldwide Ban on RAW Photos | PetaPixel
Freelance photographers working for Reuters now must capture and submit photos in JPEG format, with “minimal” editing. The news agency says this move will reduce the likelihood of receiving heavily-doctored photos as well as speed up the image delivery process.
Stop Calling Google Cardboard’s 360-Degree Videos ‘VR’ | Wired
You’ve probably seen 360-degree videos popping up on YouTube over the past year. They can be kind of entertaining, but is this the future of motion picture? This wired article explores the pitfalls of 360-degree video in comparison to true VR.