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$1 Million Will Snag You this Massive Cinema Lens Collection on eBay


Got a hankering for “thousands” of working, well-maintained cinema lenses? Have $1,000,000 to spare? If you answered yes to both questions, you’re in luck.

The Battery-Powered 500Ws Priolite Ultra Strobe Can Sync to 1/8000sec


Speed, portability, power… pick two. When it comes to strobes, that’s the game you have to play. But maybe not anymore.

Photographer Captures the Milky Way Mirrored on Flooded Salt Flats


The Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia is the world’s largest salt flat, and a dream location for landscape photographers hunting for special shots.

Pentagon Updates Laws of War Manual to Protect Photojournalists


The controversial Pentagon manual for interpreting the international laws of war received a much-needed update this week, an update largely focused on protecting journalists working in conflict zones.

Comic: Pulitzer Prize for Best Snapchat


xkcd just published this simple comic that pokes fun at the brief existences of Snapchat photos (if you’ve never used it before, the service is built around the idea of self-destructing snapshots).

Ditch Extra Gear and Travel Light as a Photographer


Ditching extraneous gear pays dividends when you’re traveling — and not only the ones you might expect.

This is Getty Images’ Canon Arsenal at the Rio Olympics


This photograph shows the camera equipment that Getty Images photographers will be using Brazil for the upcoming Rio Olympic Games.

Catching Lightning with Red Bull Air Force Sky Diver Sean MacCormac


Have you ever looked out the window of a plane and imagined you were surfing the clouds? Red Bull Air Force member Sean MacCormac took it one step further by skysurfing the edge of a Florida thunderstorm on my most recent assignment, titled “Storm’s Edge.” Sean started his skydiving career in Florida, so this was the opportunity to capture something never done before in his favorite place to jump.

Lens Review: The Nokton 35mm f/1.4 MC is a Tiny Bokeh Monster


If you’ve in the market for a tiny, fun, manual focus bokeh monster to carry around with you, photographer Nitsan Simantov would like to introduce you to his “favorite lens ever”: The Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.4 MC.

Laowa 12mm f/2.8 to be the Widest Rectilinear f/2.8 Lens


Chinese lens maker Venus Optics is set to launch a new lens called the Laowa 12mm f/2.8. It will be the world’s widest rectilinear f/2.8 lens.

Heartwarming Portraits of Senior Dogs Pay Tribute to Aging Pets


The artist statement Nancy LeVine sent us for her series Senior Dogs Across America begins with a paragraph that left this writer in tears—a tribute to the two dogs she had to let go of.

Adobe Unveils Lightroom for Apple TV


Adobe today announced a new member of the Lightroom family: Lightroom for Apple TV. While Lightroom on your computer or mobile device is geared towards editing and organizing photos, Lightroom on Apple TV is meant for enjoying photos.

My Slow Transition from Nikon to Sony


Well, I did it. I switched from Nikon to Sony. I never thought I would, especially after attempting the Sony camera system twice previously.

Drone Selfie Captures the Majesty of a 13th Century Czech Castle


Over the weekend, aerial photographer Mike Risser of Escape-Backpackers.com visited 13 castles around the Czech Republic.

Computer Algorithm Turns NYC Timelapse Into Moving Van Gogh Painting


Turning a timelapse into a “flowing” painting in the style of one of the great masters doesn’t necessarily require 80 hours of frame-by-frame iPad photography with the Prisma app.

Prisma Arrives on Android, Turns Your Photos into Painterly Works of Art


Prisma, the ultra-popular, we-didn’t-know-a-photo-filter-app-could-get-this-popular-anymore filter app that stylizes your photographs to look like famous paintings is no longer an iOS exclusive.

The Human Eye is So Sensitive, It Can Detect a Single Photon of Light


You may think you’re no good at seeing in the dark, but your eyes are actually incredibly sensitive. In fact, according to a new study, the human eye is so sensitive it can detect even a single photon of light!

This Photographer Owns $125,000 in Nikon Camera Gear


John S. Payne is a professional photographer who has been running a studio since 1985. He has also spent decades collecting Nikon gear, amassing an arsenal of cameras and lenses worth over $100,000.

Blockai Uses the Bitcoin Blockchain to Protect Your Copyright


For better or worse, copyright law hasn’t changed much in the United States even as technology has made it far easier for people to steal or “appropriate” your work.

A Basic Guide to Light Painting Photography


Light painting has been a basic technique in my photography ever since I learned how to really play with it.


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