Shutter Release: Pixel 2’s stabilization looks promising, 3 bad SEO habits & Colorspike LED


posted Friday, October 6, 2017 at 5:00 AM EST


In today's Shutter Release roundup, we will look at the impressive fusion image stabilization technology in Google's new Pixel 2 phone, three bad SEO habits on your photography website and how to fix them and a new highly-customizable multi-color LED light for photo and video. Shutter Release is a regular roundup article on Imaging Resource wherein we share and summarize interesting photography content from around the web.

Google's new Pixel 2 phone has impressive video stabilization - DIY Photography

Google's new Pixel 2 phone was unveiled this week and we already know that it houses an impressive camera and thanks to a new video shared by Google, it appears it will have excellent image stabilization capabilities. In what they are billing "Fused Video Stabilization," the Pixel 2 utilizes electronic and optical image stabilization in conjunction delivering promising results.

Three bad SEO habits and how to address them - Fstoppers

Search engine optimization (SEO) is hugely important when trying to improve your online presence. Fstoppers has written about three particularly bad SEO habits and how you can fix them, including having too much content on your web page, improving your link building and having a better organization of your content.

Stackable and controllable Colorspike LEDs are designed for stills and video

The team behind the Pixel Stick is on Kickstarter with a new product, Colorspike. The animation-driven stackable LED is designed for photographers and videographers alike and offers a lot of control to a user via a smartphone app. You can learn more about the product here and by watching the video below. If the project is backed, the team expects to start shipping Colorspike next March and you can get one of your own with a $299 pledge.