Wednesday, February 8th, 2012
As you probably know, I’ve set up an Amazon link for Fraction. This link, http://tiny.cc/fractionamazon 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 : http://tiny.cc/G1X
Canon 1DX : http://tiny.cc/1DX
Canon 5D Mark III Body : http://tiny.cc/5D3
Canon 5D Mark III Body and 24-105 lens : http://tiny.cc/5D3wlens
Canon 600 EX-RT Flash : http://tiny.cc/canon600EX
Fuji X-Pro 1 Body : http://tiny.cc/xprobody
Fuji X-Pro 1 18mm lens : http://tiny.cc/xpro18
Fuji X-Pro 1 35mm lens : http://tiny.cc/xpro35
Fuji X-Pro 1 60mm lens : http://tiny.cc/xpro60
Nikon D4 : http://tiny.cc/NikonD4
Nikon D800 : http://tiny.cc/D800
Nikon D800E : http://tiny.cc/D800E
Nikon SB-910 Speedlight : http://tiny.cc/nikonsb910
As always, thanks for your support!
Thursday, February 2nd, 2012
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
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.
Sign up for the Fraction email blast for 10% off. http://fractionmagazine.com/contact/
For more information, go to http://www.roundtablereview.net.