Article published on SLR Lounge indicates that there is a list of 13 countries that if you’re flying from (to the USA) then an electronic gadget ban (in cabin ie carry on) will be enforced. The list includes laptops, gaming devices and cameras to name a few. To get the full story, head on over to SLR Lounge and read the full article HERE.
I don’t know about you but I think that really sucks regardless what country you’re coming from. Isn’t the pre boarding security checks and xray machines suppose to clear all our gear?
So far I haven’t read anything else about this, hope it doesn’t happen….
A very worthwhile read, this article published on PDN entitled Estimating 2.0: How to Price Ad Jobs for Print, Web and Social Media. Go ahead give it a read, it’s enlightening!
Common legal mistakes of the uninformed photographer write up posted on photographytalk.com is a pretty good read, check it out HERE.
Although almost obsolete, DXO’s Optics Pro 9 is still a heavy hitter when it comes to image editing, especially when it comes to noise reduction. This is especially good if you are tired of the pain of getting into Lightroom/PS when there’s no internet…
DXO has partnered with Digital Camera UK to offer you a free license. The link is HERE.
The deadline to get this FREE copy of Optics Pro 9 is Feb, 28th 2017.
As reported by the Variety.com, “Animation workers have reached a $100 million settlement with the Walt Disney Company, Pixar, and Lucasfilm in a class action lawsuit claiming that the defendants violated antitrust laws by conspiring to set animation wages via non-poaching agreements.” The full article HERE.
If you’re an animator or visual effects artists and want more info on the scope of the class action suit and companies involved, there is a website, called animationlawsuit.com. The FAQ’s HERE.