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Dear Minted, About Your $100 In-Home Photo Shoots…


Dear Minted, I’ve been photographing families for seven years. Let me tell you; it’s been a long slog.

War Photographer Giles Duley Tells the Story of War’s Long-Term Impact


Giles Duley, one of the world’s leading documentary and humanitarian photographers, is working on a new project titled Legacy of War.

Adobe Scribbler Can Auto Colorize B&W Photos


Adobe is teasing an impressive new technology called Scribbler. It’s an “interactive deep learning-based image generation system” that you can use to automatically colorize black-and-white photos.

The Secrets to Photographing Rainforest Wildlife


Wildlife photography is taken to the extreme in the rainforest. All of the elements, insects, and other creatures seem to be fighting against you and your camera.

Adobe Cloak is Content-Aware Fill for Video


Adobe demoed a number of technologies at Adobe MAX 2017 yesterday, including something called Cloak. It’s basically Photoshop’s Content-Aware Fill for video — you can easily remove unwanted things from video, as you can see in the 6-minute demo above.

Phottix’s New Juno Transceiver Flash Works with All Cameras


Phottix has released a new Juno transceiver flash, an affordable competitor to Yongnuo and other third party brands.

US Urging Airlines to Ban Cameras in Checked Bags


The U.S. government is urging airlines around the world to ban cameras, laptops, and other large personal electronic devices from checked luggage, citing the risk of batteries causing catastrophic fires.

Video: How to Post to Instagram From Your Computer

Here’s a quick 2-minute video tutorial by photographer Travis Transient on how to post photos to Instagram using the browser on your desktop computer.

Canon Patents a Giant DSLR Flip Screen


Canon has filed a patent in Japan for a giant flip screen for the rear display of professional-form DSLR cameras.

This is How the Nikon D850’s Negative Digitizer Mode Works


My name is Richard Haw, and I’m a photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. In this post, I’ll show you how scanning film works with the Nikon D850’s unique new “Negative Digitizer Mode.” I have been digitizing my negatives using DSLRs for some time now, using the Nikon Picture Control to get a positive image when I preview my capture on the camera’s LCD.

Photographer Sues the NY Times for Discrimination, Misclassification, More


A photographer whose photos have appeared on the front page of the New York Times over 30 times has filed a lawsuit against the newspaper.

Dying for Likes on Social Media


In the usual places we’re seeing the monthly “Urbex (urban exploration) photographer dies in fall” story making the rounds.

Adobe Said It Would Offer Standalone Lightroom ‘Indefinitely’


Adobe unveiled its cloud-centric Lightroom CC yesterday and announced that desktop Lightroom has been rebranded as Lightroom Classic CC.

Flickr Pulls the Plug on Printing Photo Books and Offering Wall Art


Just months after Verizon became its parent company in a $4.48B deal to acquire Yahoo, Flickr is pulling the plug on both photo book printing and its wall art creation services.

Yes, Using a Copyright Photo Without Permission Can Get You Sued…

Here’s a basic fact everyone should know: just because a photo appears in a Google search doesn’t mean it’s a free photo that you can use for any purpose.

How Photographer Peter McKinnon Got 1 Million YouTube Subscribers in 9 Months


Photographer Peter McKinnon first started his YouTube channel 9 months ago, but since then he has racked up over 1.1 million subscribers.

Ep: 221: Adobe’s Lightroom Split Personality – and more

Episode 221 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 –  Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS!

The Role of the Slit-Scan Image in Science and Art


The use of slit-scan photography is actually quite old. It is often called line-scan, photo finish, or streak photography.

Review: The Yongnuo 40mm f/2.8 Pancake Lens for Nikon is Bad


As far as I am aware, Yongnuo’s latest entry in its ultra-cheap prime lens lineup is the first F-mount 40mm pancake lens that features autofocus.

Urbex Photographer Dies After Falling from 20th Floor of Chicago Hotel


An urbex photographer was killed after he fell from the 20th floor of a luxury hotel in Chicago. CBS Chicago reports that 44-year-old Eric Paul Janssen died on Monday at around 3:30 p.m.


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