Episode 154 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 – Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS!
The art of photography lost one of its most influential and controversial voices today. Ren Hang, a renowned and oft-censored Chinese photographer whose work has been displayed around the world, died this week.
Hot on the heels of Sony’s “world’s fastest SD card” announcement, the SD Card Association has announced a new, much faster standard for SD and microSD memory cards: UHS-III.
For as long as I’ve been photographing, I’ve always had a soft spot for gear and the technical side of photography.
Nikon has been conspicuously silent since the Japanese camera giant suddenly cancelled their long-awaited Nikon DL line released a “recognition of extraordinary loss.” But Nikon executives broke their silence yesterday in the Japanese press, revealing, among other things, what’s next for Nikon’s camera business.
Many street photography tutorials discuss the same topics over and over—focussing techniques, composition, candid shooting, etc.
Instagram has become one of the most powerful tools for modern photographers. The platform empowers photographers across the world to have their work viewed thousands, if not millions, of times over.
A Siberian tiger farm in China’s Heilongjiang Province was using a drone to exercise their rather chubby ambush of tigers (yes, that’s the correct term) when one young tiger proved, yet again, that technology is no match for fierce mother nature.
Earlier today, photographer Danny North was at a paid Fujifilm UK event to try out the much-anticipated medium format GFX 50s when something shocking happened.
There are a ton of options out there for building your own product photography lightbox, but this is one of the simplest and most functional creations we’ve seen.
I will probably get a bunch of hate for this article, but whatever. Hopefully, my message will help someone.
In my photography I draw a huge amount of inspiration from film and tv series. One of my favourite recent series has been Mr.
Here’s a fun little tip from the folks at Adobe: did you know there are 7 different ways to move/adjust the sliders in Adobe Lightroom?
Every Fashion Week I learn something new. This is my tenth or so New York Fashion Week by now and I’m still forgetting memory cards, wandering aimlessly trying to find the backstage entrance at Skylight Clarkson, getting kicked out of areas and wondering why Dropbox doesn’t sync faster on Starbucks WiFi.
Sigma is undoubtedly, tantalizingly on fire. Their Art series lenses consistently undercut and outperform the competition, as they proved yet again by manufacturing an 85mm f/1.4 lens that is not only $600 cheaper than Sony’s top-of-the-line 85mm GM, but according to DPReview, it’s better ‘across the board.’ This news should come as no surprise.
I miss India. The explosions of bold colour alongside subtle, pastel textures and hues. The juxtaposition lurking on every corner.
When it comes to taking photos of stars, the best camera/lens combos are the ones that capture the most light.
For us photo-people, the insane price tag on some Cinema zoom lenses makes zero sense. Why not just use really nice photography glass?
When FujiFilm’s X-Trans III sensor was introduced in the X-Pro2, many users began noticing a strange new artifact in their backlit photographs.
Many a blockbuster movie and several popular travel photo/video creators out there use something called the ‘Orange and Teal look’ when they color grade their work.