News

Nikon D850 Sensor: First DSLR to Score a 100 at DxOMark

If you are one of those photographers that are chasing the latest and greatest, Nikon’s latest, the D850, may make your eyes water. Simply put, it is the first to score a 100 on DxOMark’s scale, surpassing Sony’s A7R II (with its score of 98). Having seen many Nikon users switching to Sony lately, will […]

Smartphone Cameras: Apple iPhone 8 Plus vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Vs Google Pixel 2

Now that smartphone’s are becoming more and more used for photography, even toughted as semi-professional quality by some (billboards printed from phone images, along with videos produced), the term phoneography has developed and camera quality is quickly becoming part of any smartphone purchase. Arguably, anyone supposed can become a semi-professional photography using just their phone. […]

Scott Kelby’s Photo Walk Saturday

The biggest photo walk in the world is coming this Saturday. If you are interested in joining large groups of fellow photographers with everything from a smartphone to medium format cameras taking a stroll, getting to know each other, etc, this Saturday is your chance. This is the 10th Anniversary of Scott Kelby’s Photo Worldwide […]

On1 Photo RAW 2018 Announced: HDR Processing, Panoramic Stitching, Advanced Masking Added

On1 just announced their newest version of its stand-alone RAW photo manager, a viable alternative to Lightroom. With this new update, On1 Photo RAW 2018, adds HDR merge and panoramic stitching, along with advanced masking capabilities and more. Some of the features On1 Photo RAW 2018 delivers are HDR, panorama stitching, advanced masking capabilities including […]

Creative Photographic Society’s Website Redesigned Redesign

Creative Photographic Society’s Website Redesigned Redesign

Nearly 3 weeks ago, we mentioned that we redesigned the website and made some minor, mostly behind the scenes changes. Well, we also mentioned it was still in progress, highlighting some of the changes and mentioning some features were still being tested. In the end, we didn’t like the way things were “feeling” and decided […]

Creative Photographic Society Undergoes a Makeover

Creative Photographic Society Undergoes a Makeover

Creative Photographic Society recently made some changes that most of you probably didn’t even notice.  While the website does resemble what was previously visible, the “back-end” programming and design has changed somewhat.  One drawback is that not everything is back online as we are still testing a few features and determining which method we will […]