We’re here in Vegas for NAB 2014, along with several other bloggers to cover the show. There is so much that no single blogger or site could cover all of the show. So, that’s why Photography Bay has teamed up with Mitch over at Planet 5D and several other sites for a massive live blog of NAB 2014.
At last count, there were over 20 bloggers contributing. You can expect regular updates throughout the week. This is the first time we’ve attempted something like this, so let us know if you have suggestions for how to improve it.
Of course, we’ll still have longer form content with more in-depth coverage appearing daily on the home page. You can also follow Photography Bay here on Twitter and here on Instagram for updates from the show floor.
Photo retailer, Calumet, has filed Chapter 7 bankruptcy and closed all of its US stores (the UK Calumet brand is an entirely different company). Employees found out early this morning when they were told not to come to work or arrived at work to find the store was closed. [click to continue…]
I’m posting what I can in the evenings, but if you want to see new products as I see them, check out Photography Bay on Instagram and Twitter. I’m posting a lot of photos and content while I’m still at various booths around CES 2014.
The FAA has officially made it ok for passengers to use portable electronic devices, such as iPads, Kindles, iPhones (in airplane mode) and cameras, during all phases of flight. We’ve known for a long time that these devices are safe to use while the airplane is in operation, including takeoff and landing, but the FAA took plenty of time to make it officially ok. [click to continue…]
The PhotoPlus 2013 Expo kicks off Thursday morning at 10am. I’ll be there tracking down all the latest and greatest cameras and accessories. You can watch for updates on the homepage as well as Photography Bay’s social media outlets.
The massive tornado that tore through Moore, Oklahoma yesterday left a wake of destruction in its path. The sheer vastness of the tornado is hard to comprehend.
The above timelapse video from NBC news shows a glimpse of the scale and destructive power of the tornado as it moved through Moore, Oklahoma during its 40-minute span on the ground. [click to continue…]