Pixel-Click recently teamed up with Caravan, the UK’s best touring magazine, for a very special feature. Caravan were given early access to Bailey’s 2017 range of new models and Pixel-Click were on hand to capture all the photography and to help out with video to cover the coverage for the feature. Images were captured on location in Chew Valley, and also around Bailey’s huge factory complex in the heart of Bristol. The feature can be found in Caravan’s August issue.
In a slightly strange case of art imitating life, Pixel-Click’s Matty Graham was asked by Digital Camera to produce the magazine’s cover feature for their latest issue. The feature, which was aimed at informing aspiring photographers and helping them make money from their photography, covered ten pages in the magazine, which is the UK’s market-leading photography publication. Here’s a quick view of the feature, the latest issue can be found here… https://www.myfavouritemagazines.co.uk/Bestsellers/Digital-Camera-Member/
Pixel-Click founder, Matty Graham recently lead a production team to the rugged territory of the Faroe Islands. Organised in partnership with the Faroe Islands tourism office, the team generated photography and video content for a number of publication including Photography News and WEX Photographic. The team have previous experience working in challenging and remote conditions, having generated content in Norway’s arctic circle region of Lofoten. Check out a short film of the journey here...
We love shooting images for front covers, which is why we were super excited to see one of Matty Graham's latest images used on the cover of Stamford Living, which is a lifestyle magazine for that services the Lincolnshire area.
Because we use industry-leading equipment, our images can be printed to large sizes and are always professionally edited so that every pixel is looking its best.
Pixel-Click is used to working, not just with magazines, but also with alternative platforms too. Recently, Pixel-Click supplied word and photo content to Nat Geo Traveller UK's photography app. When working with apps, there is often less word space, so information has to be communicated in a targeted and informative manner. With huge experience in the photo industry, Pixel-Click contributed equipment round-ups, including information on entry-level DSLRs and macro lenses. Earlier this year Pixel-Click founder, Matty Graham also helped out as a judge for Nat Geo Traveler UK's annual photo contest. You can download the app and see all the content via ngtr.uk/29QjogY
The Pixel Click team recently used their expert experience in the photography industry to supply Digital Photographer magazine with a words and images package for its May issue.
The article explained the techniques to use when trying to focus in low light, which can often prove challenging for photographers.
The issue can be downloaded from the Digital Photographer magazine, www.dphotographer.co.uk
Check out a free video from our 'One Minute Wonders' series, where we share great Photoshop and Lightroom tips and techniques that can be completed in under 60 seconds.
Canon has pulled the covers off a new DSLR - the 77D!
Check out the video for a first look and see the extended spec below....
45 AF points
Dual Pixel CMOS AF
Full HD video
Wi-Fi, NFC & Bluetooth®
For more info, visit www.canon.co.uk
Canon has beefed up its mirrorless camera line-up by pulling the covers off its latest model - the M6. Here's what you need to know about this cool CSC....
In the world of memory, numbers are important! So, we’re pretty impressed with the figures Sony pulled out the bag for its new SF-G series of SD cards. Available in 32, 64 and 128GB sizes, Sony claim the SF-G series to be the world’s fastest SD cards, and they boast Read speeds of 300MB/s and Write speeds of 299MB/s.
These numbers are sure to appeal to sports or video shooters who crave fast, reliable memory cards for use out in the field.
Full press release below:
Sony has applied years of experience in professional media to expand the current high performance memory card line up with an ultra-fast speed model that will maximise your camera performance. Introducing the world’s fastest SD card, the SF-G series is the perfect accompaniment for your high-performance DSLR or mirrorless camera, offering up to 299MB/sii write speeds, contributing to longer high-speed continuous burst mode shooting for high-resolution images with cameras supporting UHS-II.
Available in 32GB, 64GB or 128GB storage capacity, this memory card’s blazing-fast write speed also allows for a shorter buffer clearing time, making sure you will never miss those life-changing moments or shots.
A Sony developed algorithm prevents loss of speed in data writing even after repeating burst shooting, and contributes to the camera’s speed of burst shooting – this is an SD card you can rely on.
Another brilliant feature of this SD card is the ultra-fast read speed of up to 300MB/s.ii Paired with a memory card reader, the cards can transfer large volumes and file sizes to a computer very quickly, contributing to a more efficient workflow for professionals.
“As the continuous shooting of higher-resolution images and adoption of 4K video with DSLR and mirrorless camera increases, the inherent need for larger, faster and more reliable cards becomes apparent. Thanks to the SF-G series, we continue to show our commitment to providing a full range of extremely high performance media devices to professional photographers and enthusiasts, maximising their camera performances” said Romain Rousseau, European Product Marketing Manager.
The perfect back-up
Sony’s SD products are highly reliable and durable and offer such features as waterproofing and anti-static protection which help keep your precious contents safe. But when you are out all day shooting fast with time at a premium, accidental deletion of images can happen. With Sony’s free downloadable File rescue software, you can quickly recover deleted images or videos, including RAW images and 4K XAVC-S video files.
MRW-S1, the fastest card reader for SF-G series
In conjunction with SF-G series, Sony is introducing a new memory card reader, model MRW-S1, the perfect solution to drastically improve workflow efficiency after shooting by quickly transferring large data from SF-G series SD cards to a PC. This compact card reader offers an in-built SuperSpeed USB (USB3.1 Gen.1) standard A port for cable-free PC connection, so that your files can be copied faster than copying through the SD slot on a PC.
The new SF-G series SD cards will be available in stores in March 2017 and the MRW-S1 card reader will be available in stores in April 2017.
For more information on Sony’s SD card lineup, including the SF-G series, please visit; https://www.sony.co.uk/electronics/storage-devices/t/sd-cards