Here’s episode 84 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. You can also download the MP3 directly and subscribe via iTunes or RSS!
Bill Cunningham, the legendary fashion photographer who shot street-style portraits for the New York Times for nearly 4 decades, died in New York on Saturday, just days after suffering a stroke.
The majority of the work I create is fiction. In my personal imagery, I pull from my loose short stories and abstract them down to core ideas.
“The manufacturers have found a way of storing a whole roll of transparencies onto a tiny disk,” says Tomorrow’s World presenter Maggie Philbin in this short clip.
The news that Metabones Sony E-Mount to EF adapters and speedboosters had just been updated with some of Sony’s native autofocus functionality was hailed with many shouts of joy, but those shouts may have been premature.
This guide to photographic exposure aims to help you take full control of your camera. I often tell my students that I want them to move away from the idea “taking a photograph” and towards the idea of “making a photograph.” I teach them how to take the camera off auto mode and take full control of the settings themselves in order to create the photograph they want.
Start off your Saturday with a juicy iPhone 7 leak and a small helping of salt. According to a new so-called ‘spy shot’ of the iPhone 7’s back casing, the next-gen 4.7-inch iPhone (not the Plus) comes with a bigger camera port that will house a larger CMOS sensor.
It’s Friday. The perfect day to share something that’s part camera-related, part science-related, and part this-is-just-plain-cool-related: a hand-held explosion captured at 20,000fps.
If you like to physically control as many of the settings on your camera as possible, the ICELAVA Warm-to-Cold Fader is right up your alley.
In a shocking referendum that has left the country in turmoil this morning, the United Kingdom decided to leave the European Union.
A photo posted by mykie (@mykie_) on Apr 28, 2016 at 2:58am PDT Snapchat’s selfie filters have turned into something of a phenomenon—whether you want to become a koala or puke a rainbow, they have you covered.
The great Ansel Adams would often say that his negatives were “the score” and the print was “the performance.” And one of his most famous “performances” of all time is Moonrise over Hernandez, New Mexico, the photograph you get to hear Adams himself talk about in this video.
When Sigma unveiled the sd Quattro mirrorless camera back in February, pricing and availability for the Foveon sensor-toting APS-C camera was conspicuously absent.
If you judge your photography gadgets on versatility, then the Pinout should score high marks. A remote shutter release, intervalometer, and geotagging device with a nifty loss/theft prevention feature built in, Pinout promises to do a lot given its minuscule size.
Watching a car commercial will never be the same once you get a peek at the Blackbird. A shapeshifting, adjustable electric car ‘rig,’ it can become any car—past, present, or future—with some help from the CGI.
It seems Canon has some big surprises in store for 2017. Not only is the follow-up to the entry-level full-frame EOS 6D in the works, there’s talk of a brand-new EOS DSLR as well.
A woman at a public event in Beloeil, Quebec, was injured earlier this month when a DJI Phantom 3 camera drone dropped out of the sky and smashed directly into her head.
Want to shoot long exposure photos in bright daylight without having to shell out big bucks on a neutral density (ND) filter?
Phase One has announced the latest version of its Capture One Pro imaging software. Version 9.2 brings new features that are designed to help improve a professional photographer’s editing workflow.
For the first time in decades, The New York Times was published this past Sunday without any photos by renowned fashion photographer Bill Cunningham.