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Friday, March 2nd, 2012

The New Canon 5D Mark III is here

Canon announced the new 5D Mark III and everyone is talking about it.
Twitter went crazy.  Just search this tag #5D3 to see what I mean.

As you probably know, Fraction is an Amazon affiliate and earns commission
based on what you buy through various links.

If you are going to buy the Canon 5D3 body, please use this link –

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Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Buying new gear and supporting Fraction

As you probably know, I’ve set up an Amazon link for Fraction. This link, when clicked on, will bring you to the Amazon homepage, but will earn Fraction a small credit on everything that is purchased through it. This includes music, books, clothing, and of course, camera gear. Use it, share it, love it.

Below I’ve assembled a short list of the hottest gear set to be released the first part of 2012.
Click the link here and it will take you directly to the Amazon listing.

Canon G1X :
Canon 1DX :
Canon 5D Mark III Body :
Canon 5D Mark III Body and 24-105 lens :
Canon 600 EX-RT Flash :

Fuji X-Pro 1 Body :
Fuji X-Pro 1 18mm lens :
Fuji X-Pro 1 35mm lens :
Fuji X-Pro 1 60mm lens :

Nikon D4 :
Nikon D800 :
Nikon D800E :
Nikon SB-910 Speedlight :

As always, thanks for your support!




Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Fujifilm X-Pro 1 camera and lenses

Fujifilm has been setting the digital camera world on fire lately, first with the X100 and then the X10. And now they are set to release the X-Pro 1 which has sent the camera gear blog world spinning.

The X-Pro 1 consists of a 16 megapixel body and three lenses (18mm, 35mm, 60mm).  The camera is reminiscent of an older Leica camera body.

You can order all of the items through Amazon. Use these links to help support Fraction.

X-Pro 1 Body

X-Pro 18mm lens

X-Pro 35mm lens

X-Pro 60mm lens


Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Roundtable Review at University of South Carolina

The Roundtable Review is coming to Columbia, SC on February 11-12 with David Bram (Fraction Magazine), Jennifer Schwartz (Jennifer Schwartz Gallery and The Ten), and Kathleen Robbins (University of South Carolina).

The Roundtable Review is an opportunity for fine art photographers to present their portfolio to a panel of three reviewers at one time. This format allows for more dialog and problem solving about the work, as each reviewer brings a different perspective and different ideas.

The cost to participate is $200 ($140 for students) and includes one 30 minute roundtable review, a closing reception and portfolio sharing.

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Tuesday, January 17th, 2012

Ilford Galerie Prestige


Rebranded as ILFORD GALERIE Prestige, the ILFORD GALERIE Lineup Retains Same High-Quality and Permanence Standards, and Adopts a Star Rating System for Instant Classification

Avon, CT & Marly, Switzerland – 17 January, 2012 – ILFORD (, a leading developer and manufacturer of professional quality media for both inkjet printing and color photographic processes, today announced that it is rebranding its popular ILFORD GALERIE range as ILFORD GALERIE Prestige (5*). While the packaging has changed, the media inside remains the same leading inkjet paper that professional photographers rely on to produce breathtaking prints with superior permanence qualities.

The evolution to GALERIE Prestige (5*) paves the way for a series of new product additions to be introduced in 2012 that combines state-of-the-art inkjet technology with in-demand artistic styles. The additions will compliment the already robust line of best-in-class media developed for professional photographers and creative professionals. In addition, the GALERIE range is now categorized in a star rating system, enabling professionals and consumers to quickly recognize the media that best suits their printing needs.

GALERIE Prestige (5*) is developed for professional photographers and imaging professionals who demand high precision and accuracy. The specialty coating provides superior images and consistent results when used with a wide array of printers. This range includes the Gold Fibre Silk, Smooth Pearl and Smooth Gloss that recently received high print permanence ratings from Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc., the world’s leading independent permanence testing laboratory. Smooth Fine Art and Smooth Lustre Duo are also included in the range.

“ILFORD has a long tradition of providing the marketplace with media that delivers perfect images for every style, from traditional portraits to contemporary, highly-saturated commercial images,” said Jane Dixon, Director of Global Marketing for ILFORD. “With the introduction of ILFORD GALERIE Prestige, both professional photographers and photo enthusiasts can be sure the choices they make will best deliver the print results they desire. In addition, the advanced coatings on all ILFORD media, and on-going development from our in-house research and development team, ensure that all ILFORD media will continue to be compatible with a wide range of printers currently on the market and new printers that will hit the market in the future.”

To further guarantee photographers exact the finest prints from each sheet of ILFORD GALERIE Prestige, and all ranges, detailed instructions for using ICC profiles are available at the ILFORD website. A ReadMe file is available in the profile download section offering intuitive, step-by-step instructions. The carefully defined printer settings, created by technicians on the ILFORD Research and Development team, ensure optimal print results for the entire range.


Founded in 1879, ILFORD is a leading player in the development and manufacture of photo quality media and other consumables for both inkjet printing and color photographic processes. The worldwide digital imaging and color photographic businesses, which include R&D and manufacturing operations in Switzerland, are owned by Paradigm Global Partners LLP. ILFORD hosts its U.S. sales operations from its offices in Avon, CT.

The ILFORD name is well established in the history of imaging and today continues to be associated with cutting edge technology thanks to its strong links to the photo imaging marketplace, research and development, technical know-how and manufacturing capabilities.

For more information on ILFORD, please visit

Friday, January 13th, 2012

Pre-Ordering the Canon G1X

For those of you who are going to purchase the new, top of the line, point and shoot by Canon, the G1X, Amazon finally listed it –

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012

Respecting Our Elders


“Respecting My Elders’ by Ellen Wallenstein, a collection of photographic portraits featuring creative individuals of  “The Greatest Generation”, is posted on, a national online community that supports artists’ projects .

She is seeking support to fund the design and maintenance of a unique website, which will exhibit this ongoing series of portraits, and a printed catalogue of the photographs made from 2009-2011.

The portraits are of people over eighty who have affected our culture, taken in their homes and studios. This work-in-progress includes portraits of photographers, artists, musicians and writers.

The project has a set deadline of February 14, 2012, to raise the money needed to get funded.  All contributions are tax-deductible and will be acknowledged on the website and in the catalogue. You can read more about it here:

Ellen Wallenstein is a photographer, professor and writer from New York City.

A complete resume of her accomplishments and several portfolios of her work can be seen on her website,

Sunday, December 4th, 2011

House Music Movie

Award-Winning Photographer Pitches Online to Raise Funds for Documentary Film Completion

Visual artist, culture documentarian and independent filmmaker, Muema, turns to crowdfunding for his first feature film HOUSE MUSIC MOVIE, a documentary about the past, present and future of the electronic music world.  

New York, NY (WEB) November 30, 2011 – Independent filmmaker Muema turns to the internet to crowdfund his feature film HOUSE MUSIC MOVIE, a documentary series about the electronic music world.  The film was shot on location in New York City, Ibiza, London, Germany, Holland, Miami and Los Angeles.  To date, Muema has interviewed legendary DJ’s such as Tony Humphries, David Morales, Paul Trouble Anderson, Louie Vega and David Harness; legendary singers such as Barbara Tucker and Joi Cardwell; and many more.

Muema has been working on this documentary about house music for the last four years. Now he is in the post-production stage and he’s really excited to bring this dream to fruition. He’s not doing it alone.  Deeply committed to this project, four members of the team (Director, Editor, Co-Producer and Music Supervisor) have been contributing their time over the last two years to make this film happen. Having already wrapped shooting, he is now at a critical moment in post-production and editing.

In line with guidelines, artists have a set number of days to raise all the funds.  Muema has a 60 day fundraising window, from start to finish to raise the budgeted amount ($115,000).

To date, the film has been shot on a myriad of cameras including the iPad, the iPhone, the Sony PD-170, the Canon 5D, the Canon 5D MKii, the Canon 50D, the Lumix DXC-LX3, and the Sony DCR-HC62.  If the film is successfully funded, Muema expects to complete the final cut by Q2 2012.  To learn more about the film, readers can visit the project’s pitch page here:


About Muema:

Muema is an award winning visual artist.

  • First Place Winner: Texas Photographic Society, Best Shot Competition 2011
  • Winner, PDN Magazine: The Scene, Amateur Single/Clubs – Nightlife 2011

He is also is the Founder and Managing Editor of BounceFM.Com, a NYC-based house music blog that celebrates art, music and culture. He has served as the official photographer of the Italian Music Conference in Rimini and Sicily, and for the past nine years has been photographing Benny Soto’s 718 Sessions NYC house party featuring resident DJ Danny Krivit. His photographs have been published in Time Out New York, Vibe, Nueva Luz, Fraction, PDN and New York magazines. His photographs were also featured in a 2011 Brooklyn Historical Society exhibition.






Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011

Holiday Print Sale 2011

Fraction Magazine is pleased to announce the 2011 Fraction Holiday Print Sale.

The print sale features the work of 69 photographers, all of whom have been featured on Fraction.  Each participating photographer chooses the image they want to sell, as well as its size, price and edition. Most prints are 8×10 and cost on average $100.  All of the proceeds from sales go directly to the artist.

Fraction Magazine’s success and readership is a result of the incredible images created by these photographers, and the Holiday Print Sale is an opportunity to support them and their art.

Fraction Holiday Print Sale link:

Please spread the word.


Monday, November 21st, 2011

Free stuff at ThinkTankPhoto

Think Tank Photo is offering up 11 camera pouches and memory card holders worth almost $300 that you can have added for free to your purchases.  Every time you place an order with Think Tank, when you check out you will be asked which one of the items listed below you wish you receive for free.  There is no limit on the number of orders you can place.  You receive free gear with every order.

To get this “free gear with every order” offer, click on this link:



Cable Management 10 ($16.75)

R U Thirsty ($19.96)

LARGE Lens Drop In ($31.96)

Whip It Out ($35.96)

Skin 50 ($22.36)

Skin 75 Pop Down ($28.80)

Skin Double Wide ($35.96)

Skin Strobe ($28.80)

Skin Chimp Cage ($31.96)

Pixel Pocket Rocket ($18.75)

Security Tag ($25.00)