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DJI Unveils the Spark: A ‘Mini Drone’ You Can Control with Hand Gestures

There’s a new DJI drone in the skies, and it’s the smallest, easiest-to-use quadcopter the Chinese company has ever created.

That Time I Paid $6,544 for 256MB of RAM to Run Photoshop…

Back in January 1995, I upgraded my Mac 8110 desktop to 256 megabytes of RAM for $6,544. Why? Because Photoshop needed a minimum of 5 times the RAM to work with a 8.5×11 RGB 8-bit color page, and that was 24 megabytes.

A Massive 30-Part Guide to Retouching Photos in Photoshop

Want a crash course in retouching photos in Photoshop? Here’s a 4-part video series that clocks in at 4.5 hours in total, making it a very comprehensive guide.

Macphun Is Releasing Its Best-Selling Photo Editing Software on Windows

Photo editing software developer Macphun—in case the name isn’t enough of a hint—has been Apple-only since it first arrived on the scene in 2008.

Rephotographing Mt. Fuji, As Seen on the 500-Yen Japanese Banknote

Until the release of the 500-yen coin in 1982, its corresponding paper equivalent reigned for more than 40 years in Japan.

Profoto Recalls Its New B1X Monolight Battery

Citing a “potential safety issue”, Profoto is recalling the battery of their powerful B1X monolight, which was announced only 10 days ago.

Guy Asks 12 Different Photographers to Take His Wedding Photo

Bjarke Ahlstrand, the so-called “Managing Dictator” of Copenhagen, Denmark-based photography company One of Many Cameras, is extremely well connected in Denmark’s photography scene.

How to Use Extended Low ISO for Cleaner Photos

Does your camera have an Extended ISO function? Using it can help you produce less noisy images than the base native ISO of your camera.

Microsoft Tempts Photographers with Powerful Surface Pro and Surface Pen

Microsoft’s popular, portable Surface Pro tablet computer is getting a major update. Combine that with a new, souped up Surface Pen, and the Seattle company’s newest release is looking really tempting for photographers on the go.

Constructive Pessimism: Why Artists Are Never Happy

In this great video from DSLR Guide, Simon Cade talks about discontentment: how it can be harnessed as a fuel to keep driving forward, and as a signpost to assure that you’re on the right track.

This Gorgeous 10-Second Milky Way Photo Was Shot Hand-Held

In an attempt to one-up photographer Aurel Manea, who shot these hand-held Milky Way photos with the Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II last week, New Zealand photographer Jonathan Usher took his own EM-1 II out for a hand-held long exposure.

This iPhone App Can Identify Pantone Colors From the Real World

Cone is a beautifully designed iOS app that uses the phone’s camera to pick Pantone colors from the world around you.

Photokina to Become an Annual Event, Will Diversify Beyond Cameras in 2018

Photokina—the world’s leading trade show on photography, videography, and imaging—is making some big changes.

Photographer Captures Double Rainbow All the Way Wedding Image

There are instances when a photographer meticulously plans a wedding photo, and then there is serendipity.

Quick Tip: How to Make a Creative Bokeh Backdrop for Portraits

In this creative 2-minute tutorial, Ukranian photographer Anya Anti demonstrates how to make an interesting bokeh effect using shapes cut out of a paper backdrop.

White House Photographer Pete Souza Shoots ‘President’ Frank Underwood

Obama White House photographer Pete Souza returned to politics this weekend. No, he didn’t decide to join the Trump White House he’s been mocking on Instagram, he spent the day with a different president: President Frank Underwood from the hit Netflix show “House of Cards.” In a fun publicity stunt for the show’s upcoming fifth season, which debuts May 30th, Souza joined Kevin Spacey as President Underwood and Michael Kelly as Chief of Staff Doug Stamper for a romp around Washington, D.C.

Why I Only Use One Lens

After many years of experience using different lenses, I now have resorted to only using a single prime lens.

Instagram is Testing ‘Archived Posts’ that Let You Hide Unwanted Photos

Instagram is testing a new feature called Archived Posts that will let you pull photos off of your main profile and into a hidden “Archive” section.

Watch the ‘La La Land’ Camera Man Create Perfect Whip Pans In-Camera

This is some seriously impressive camera work! Take a peek behind the scenes of Oscar-nominated film ‘La La Land,’ and see how one of the camera men was able to swing a massive camera around like a toy to create perfect in-camera whip pans.

This Canon ‘Live for the Story’ Ad Used Huge Lighting Rigs in a Creative Way

This brilliantly lit commercial for Canon introduces a new campaign that urges the viewer to “Live for the Story”, and rather curiously does not prominently feature a camera at all.