DL Cade

DL Cade

DPReview Contributor
Lives in United States New York, NY, United States
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Joined on May 9, 2017

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Canon opens its 'most advanced' service & support center yet in Burbank

Today, Canon is celebrating the grand opening of a new service & support center in Burbank, California—the company's 'most advanced cinema industry resource to date."

Official statement: Nikon 'currently developing' new mirrorless cameras

Nikon has sent DPReview an official statement confirming reports from earlier this week: the company is 'currently developing new mirrorless' cameras.

'Awaken' trailer released, features never-before-possible time-lapse shots

Filmmaker and photographer Tom Lowe had to create new technologies to capture his upcoming film Awaken. The trailer makes it clear: he's massively raised the bar on time-lapse cinematography.

Setting up a portrait studio at sea

Photographer Marcus Drinkwater spent a month aboard the Golfo Azzurro, a coast guard ship that intercepts refugee boats, capturing portraits of rescued migrants in his makeshift photography studio.

CEA-Leti has developed a fully-functional curved full-frame image sensor

French research institute CEA-Leti has developed a fully-functional 20MP full-frame curved image sensor for use in telescopes. Will this motivate camera companies to speed up their own curved sensor R&D?

Nikon releases limited edition camera posters for 100th anniversary

Nikon just released another 100th anniversary product, so if you're not into the crystal paperweight or gunmetal grey D5, check out these limited edition camera posters.

Video: How to make a DIY 'beauty dish' for $12

Portrait photographer and YouTuber Joe Edelman shows you how he built his own, portable, collapsible DIY 'beauty dish' for under $15.

This restaurant is giving out 'Instagram Kits' to help you take better food photos

London restaurant Dirty Bones is giving 'Instagram Kits' to patrons who want to take better photos of their food. The kit includes a portable LED camera light, multi-device charger, clip-on wide angle camera lens and a selfie stick.

Adobe officially admits speeding up Lightroom is 'top priority'

Photographers struggling with painfully slow Adobe Lightroom performance take heart: Adobe knows there's an issue, and fixing it is 'top priority.'

This self-taught photographer is telling the stories of women across rural India

Photographer Deepti Asthana's project Women of India documents the stories of women across rural India, revealing how far behind these regions are when it comes to girls' and womens' rights.