There’s something special and so satisfying about shooting, editing, and publishing photos all on one device.
The United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) issued a public service announcement this week warning Kentucky residents to stay away from any trail cameras they find in Harlan County.
I recently had the great pleasure of shooting fashion photography for the first time with Suede Brooks (model), fellow photographer Bil Brown (he arranged it all), as well with stylists and makeup professionals, and Cindy (creative director, and lighting assistant).
The digital revolution—and a revolution it was—enabled photographers to immediately start saving money after new equipment purchases.
Commercial portrait photographer Gabriel Hill‘s typical day involves photographing big players in the pharmaceutical industry, some of the wealthiest people in the world.
Capturing the Northern Lights in real time only recently became doable, with beautiful videos like this one popping up to show the potential of cameras that can handle high-ISO with low noise.
So, you are an aspiring street photographer? Street photography has become an important part of your life, and now you want to shift your passion to the next level and want to study Photography?
A few weeks ago, the company behind “zero distortion” ultra-wide angle Laowa 12mm f/2.8 lens contacted me to see if I would be interested in reviewing their upcoming lens.
As beginner’s guides go, this is one of the best we’ve stumbled across. In 10 minutes, Joe Edelman does a fantastic job comparing the standard speedlight to the standard monolight or “studio strobe,” explaining some of the confusing terminology, and helping break down which is better when and why.
Okay, this is awesome. A bar dedicated to “building community through the art of photography” is currently in the works in Washington DC.
The deputy mayor of Nice is receiving a sizable dose of criticism and mockery online today after calling for the prosecution of people who are taking and sharing photos of French police enforcing the city’s controversial “burkini” law.
This might be the most exciting auction of baseball photographs ever; there’s no other way to put it.
Nearly every photographer has spent a portion of a session bouncing from tree to tree, placing their subjects in the patches of shade that these saviors provide.
An interesting insider report is claiming Apple is planning to get into the video editing and sharing space.
Photographer Taylor Jackson got his hands on one of the first Nikon 105mm f/1.4 ED lenses to hit Canada, and given the amount of hype this “world’s first” lens has gotten, he was anxious to see if the lens could walk that talk.
Photographing the moon can be spectacular—a rising full moon looks very big and is often red. And combining a spectacular moonrise shot with landscapes or objects in close-up can give really great results.
If anybody knows how to mount a weird lens, it’s got to be the creator of “Weird Lens Reviews” Mathieu Stern.
Fujifilm picked a rough day to make a camera and lens announcement; but have no fear Fuji, we’ve got you!
The 5D Mark IV might be the big release of the day, but it’s certainly not the only news from Canon this Thursday.
It’s quite possibly the most anticipated camera announcement of the year, and it finally happened! Canon has revealed the long-awaited 5D Mark IV, with a new sensor, 4K video, and some interesting ‘Dual Pixel RAW’ capabilities.