Do you want a free Adobe LightRoom alternative? Check out LightZone!
Battery might be one of those items that you tend to pay less attention in your camera but proper usage will increase its life span, see the following article from www.foto-biz.com
Ever wonder how to check if you lens is a good copy? Check out this in-depth look at testing lenses from LensRentals.com:
Google+ has improved RAW to JPEG conversion for a number of cameras, check out if your camera is supported.
Improving RAW-to-JPEG conversion on Google+
Sony might be releasing a snap on lens plus sensor module for smartphones, interesting!
Sony lens camera snap on
The ability to read what is the source of light in photos might help you to understand how to use lighting in your own photos. Check out the following article from fstoppers.com.
How to read light in photography part 1
The Sigma 18-35 mm F1.8 DC HSM A lens has some impressive sharpness score, even beating the Canon EF 24-70mm F2.8L II USM!
The only things lacking is the focal range and stabilization. See the article from DxOMark below:
Sigma’s new 18-35mm f1.8 zoom lens looks good on specification and on price too! Certainly a lens to watch.
Sigma’s Game-Changing 18-35mm f/1.8 Zoom Lens to Cost Just $799
Here is a primer on the different metering modes in Canon EOS camera, courtesy from Digital Photography School.
A new compact flash card from the Japanese company Amulet is capable of providing RAID style backup in 1 card. Might be a useful option for those who only have 1 slot in the camera.
RAID compact flash card