It’s a sad fact for us Mac-lovers, but dollar for dollar, an Apple computer can’t keep up with a custom-built PC. And if you have any doubts about the veracity of that claim, a new report by the folks at SLR Lounge should put them to bed. Read More

Chernobyl and the nearby city of Prypyat is a common subject, particularly for URBEX photographers who go there to document the deserted town. But photographer Alina Rudya‘s project/book Prypyat Mon Amour is different. Her family was there when the infamous accident happened, and when she returned to photograph the people whose lives were changed, she… Read more »

Many of us started photography quite innocently— with small compact point-and-shoots, a smartphone, or a disposable film camera. The main advantage was that we didn’t need to think about all the technical settings when we made images—rather, we focused on capturing the “decisive moment”, the framing and composition as well as the emotional content within… Read more »

We’ve seen Instagram photos turned into just about everything. Temporary tattoos? Yup. iPhone case? You betcha. Marshmallows? Yes, even that. And now a service called Color Me Book can turn your feed into a coloring book. Read More

This feature could be huge for wedding photographers. In the tutorial above, photographer Gary Fong shows you how the Sony a6300‘s “Face Registration” feature can recognize up to 8 faces, prioritize them, and focus on the top priority face later… even in a crowd. Read More

Created by blogger and photographer Austin Radcliffe, the book is based on his Webby award-winning Tumblr blog by the same name, a blog dedicated to “the process of arranging related objects in parallel or 90-degree angles…” also known as Knolling. Read More

How much damage can a tiny drone propeller really do when it comes up against something as solid as a person? That’s the question Aalborg University in Denmark is answering with a rig that can ram a spinning drone propeller into a piece of flesh at 33mph… and record the results in slow motion. Read More

If you have a dog, you know the magic of the substance known as peanut butter—a small smudge on their nose and they’ll be busy for the next 30 minutes. Read More

We can come to terms with the fact that that astronauts aboard the ISS get a view none of us can access and gear few of us can afford, but do they have to rub our noses in it!? We’re joking of course, but the latest vlog from aboard the ISS does have us pretty… Read more »

A French tourist was arrested in Rome last week when he tried to fly his camera drone over the iconic Colosseum to capture some aerial footage. According to Italian law, he could now face fines of up to 113,000 Euro ($127K USD). Read More

Over 1.5 billion people worldwide use the Facebook app on a monthly basis, and all of those people have opted in to Facebook’s privacy policy by the act of creating an account.Read More

In the latest installment of “crazy photography innovation to cross our desks,” let us introduce you to the “sheet camera” by the engineers at Columbia University. This flexible camera array lets you change field of view by simply bending it.Read More