We recently reported on the 10th anniversary of Canon’s EOS 5D DSLR lineup at the end of May, but Canon isn’t done celebrating.
Singapore-based photographer Mezame Shashin-ka is a big fan of incorporating science fiction themes into his photography.
Light-painting photographer Darren Pearson released this 3.5-minute video tutorial on how to paint a skeleton of light into a long-exposure photograph.
Flying an aerial drone over a raging fire can be quite problematic, so much so that it can endanger the rescue and recovery abilities of fire officials.
I just installed an ANKR in my camera bag. Over the past 10 years I’ve had this reoccurring dream about my camera gear and my backpack being stolen.
Amateur photographer Dylan O’Donnell recently captured this beautiful photograph of the International Space Station flying across the face of the moon over Australia.
Custom SLR recently released their new Dual Camera Strap, which combines two of their previous straps for easily carrying multiple cameras at once.
This first year of officially shooting full-time has flown by. I didn’t realize how scary it was to graduate college, leave school forever, and be on my own.
1000fps slow motion shooting has traditionally been something found only in high-end, professional-grade cameras, but it’s beginning to appear in the world of consumer compact cameras.
There’s a revolution brewing in the world of concert photography. After photographer Jason Sheldon penned a viral open letter to speak out against Taylor Swift’s concert photo contract, a major Irish newspaper decided to boycott photos at Swift’s recent concert.
Did you know that a Nikon F3 still photography film SLR was used to shoot the 1984 movie Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom?
Traditional SLR cameras do phase detection autofocus by directing light onto AF sensors in the camera’s mirror box.
Photographers, beware: there may be scammers on your local Craigslist that target photography assistants.
Believe it or not, the image above isn’t a digital composite created in Photoshop — it’s a light painting photo captured using a film camera.
Nikon today announced three new lenses: a 16-80mm f/2.8-4 for DX cameras, a 500mm f/4 for FX, and a 600mm f/4 for FX.
I’m sure we’ve all heard the horror stories. “ONOZ! My lens got a scratch, it’s ruined!!” someone screams, then goes to quietly cry in a corner.
Whether you are a working professional or a passionate enthusiast, keeping your gear up to date can cost a pretty penny.
A camera startup called Bounce Imaging has just launched the Explorer, a tactical 360° camera that looks like a black softball with lenses scattered across the surface.
Here’s something you can file under “What NOT to do as a photographer”: Singapore Reckless Drivers, an online community that promotes road safety, just published this short video of a wedding photographer that was seen shooting pictures of a bride and groom’s getaway car on a freeway in Singapore.
Flickr sparked some controversy back in May after it was discovered that the service’s new autotagging feature was prone to mislabeling black people as “apes.” It looks like Google Photos developers didn’t learn from Flickr’s embarrassing misstep: a Google developer is apologizing after it was found that Google’s Photos app misidentifies photos of black people as “gorillas.” The problem was first reported by programmer Jacky Alciné, who shared his surprise in a series of Tweets: “This is how you determine someone’s target market,” writes Alciné, suggesting that Google didn’t test the app with a large number of black people before releasing it to the public.