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This Photoshop Trick Lets You Easily Fix Color Fringing

Photoshop and Lightroom both have built-in tools for dealing with chromatic aberration (AKA color fringing), but in some cases the features don’t work as well as you’d hope.

An Interview with Camera-less Photogrammer Farrah Karapetian

Farrah Karapetian is a renowned Los Angeles based conceptual artist who creates stunning imagery through photograms or “cameraless” photography.

This Time-Lapse Caught a Meteor Explosion and a 40-Minute Orange Plume

Photographer Nao Tharp of Los Angeles, California, just released this short video that shows something neat he captured on a freezing cold winter night back on December 12th, 2015.

Google Killing Off Picasa to Focus on Google Photos

Google has been making big moves into the world of digital photos recently through its Google Photos product, which offers free and unlimited storage and sharing.

The Russian Zenit Camera is Coming Back… to Battle Leica in Luxury

Leica, watch your back: you have a competitor in the horizon. The iconic Zenit Soviet camera brand is coming back… as a luxury camera brand.

Viral Bernie Sanders Video Irks Photographer Whose Work Inspired It

If you’ve been following the ongoing presidential race in the US, you may have seen the Bernie Sanders video above that has been going viral over the past 2 weeks.

Photographer Harassed Online After Calling Out Pop Star for Stealing His Photo

Brussels-based photographer Ezequiel Scagnetti stirred up a hornets nest this past weekend after calling out a world famous boy boy singer for posting a photo on Instagram without any permission or credit.

I Shot Crazy Clone Portraits of Singer Rob Cantor

Rob Cantor is a talented musician and songwriter who’s a mastermind at creating viral and creative content.

This Photographer Broke His Back 2 Years Ago… And Got Back Up

Kevin Steele is a Santa Barbara-based commercial photographer whose clients include The North Face, Nike, Patagonia, Oakley and more.

Instagram is Adding View Counts to Your Videos

Curious about how many people are actually watching your short Instagram videos? Soon you’ll wonder no more.

Woman Lands a Modeling Contract After Stumbling Into a Photo Shoot

Life took a 180-degree turn last week for one woman in Nigeria. While walking through town to sell bread, she stumbled into the frame of a pop star’s photo shoot.

BTS: Creating a 5-Minute Airline Brand Film Using the New Canon C300 Mark II

Swiss International Air Lines, the flag carrier airline of Switzerland, just released this 5-minute short film titled “The people behind SWISS.” It’s a look at the work done by over 100 of the company’s 8,000+ employees spread across 30 different divisions, and how their efforts all come together for the service provided to passengers.

OK Go’s New Music Video Was Shot in Zero Gravity in a Single Take

OK Go – Upside Down & Inside Out Hello, Dear Ones. Please enjoy our new video for "Upside Down & Inside Out".

Big Names Laid Off as KelbyOne Refocuses on ‘Core Principles’

If you’ve received any photography and Photoshop training and news from Scott Kelby’s KelbyOne, you probably recognize the names Pete Collins, RC Concepcion, Brad Moore, and Mia McCormick.

Techart Unveils the World’s First Autofocus Adapter for Manual Focus Lenses

The Guangzhou, China-based company Techart has officially unveiled the Techart PRO AF adapter, world’s first autofocus adapter for manual focus lenses.

These Rare Wildlife Photos Were Captured with Five Canon DSLR Camera Traps

Wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas was asked by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) last year to shoot high-quality photos of some of Africa’s most elusive animals.

Ep. 46: Should You Ever Give out Your RAW Files?

Here’s episode 46 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. You can also download the MP3 directly and subscribe via iTunes or RSS!

Inventor of the Synchronized Camera Flash Dies at 96, Has More Patents Than Edison

The inventor of the synchronized camera flash has died. Artur Fischer, a German inventor who registered more than 1,100 patents in his lifetime — beating Thomas Edison — passed away in Germany back on January 27th, 2016.

These Guys Sent a Sony A7s to 91,000 Feet from SF on a Weather Balloon

A group of 5 friends recently attached 5 cameras to a stratospheric weather balloon and launched it from the Presidio in San Francisco.

5 Tips for Shooting Better Photos of Your Dog or Cat

I’m not ashamed to admit it. I regularly use my fancy camera to photograph my cats. You probably do it too.