Stanley Kubrick is famous as a filmmaker, but he actually started out his creative career as a photographer.
Yesterday was my wedding day. It wasn’t a very big wedding. We’d actually been planning to get married in August, but after we found out I was pregnant (yay!
Sony became the largest shareholder in Olympus back in 2012 after investing $645 million in the company in exchange for a reported 11.5% of shares.
Ah, April 1st: the dreaded day on which you can’t trust anything you see online, lest it be a prank that makes you feel gullible.
Photography jobs may soon be more threatened by breakthroughs in computer generated imagery (CGI) technology.
Nikon has unveiled the new Coolpix P∞ superzoom, the world’s first compact camera with a 1458x zoom lens.
This photo, titled “A Day on the Beach,” has been selected as this year’s best mobile phone photograph in the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards.
Photoflex, a popular manufacturer of lighting gear and camera accessories, has unexpectedly announced that it will be closing its business that has been in operation for three decades.
Top Gear is going through some tough times right now, so the online photography show DigitalRev has decided to take on the mantel of continuing the famous car show’s style and traditions.
Several times a year, Portland-based photographer Duncan Davidson is called upon by TED to shoot portraits of the notable speakers while they’re giving their presentations.
If you’re out shooting on a sunny day and suddenly find that you need to start a fire, your lens may be able to do the trick.
Photographer Robert Caplin of The Photo Brigade recently visited the White House and sat down with Pete Souza, President Obama’s official White House photographer.
Facebook doesn’t allow children under the age of 13 to sign up for the social network, which makes things trickier for parents who wish to organize photos of their kids with tags.
We reported over the weekend that Arkansas lawmakers had passed a privacy bill that could potentially kill street photography by requiring (in most cases) that photographers get written consent from strangers they photograph.
One of the tricky things about online shopping is the price fluctuation that happens for products. The price you see today may not be around when you check again tomorrow.
Tablet cameras are getting better and better, and more and more people are using their tablets as everyday snapshot cameras.
One of the most widely shared photos on the Internet in the past week has been the picture above by Turkish photojournalist Osman Sağırlı.
Google is planning to separate its photo services from Google+ to make it a standalone offering, and we’re starting to see some shifts in service structuring.
I’ve always found photos of star trails — the arcs the stars paint across the sky as the earth turns — fascinating.
MELVILLE, N.Y., March 26, 2015 – A 37-year-old man has criticized Canon’s latest DSLR, the 5DS, for not having enough pixels, even though it has more pixels than any other DSLR in history and has not even been released yet.