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12 Aug 2016

Building a Comprehensive Photo Storage and Backup System

Storage and backup. It’s a mundane reality of photography. I’d much rather spend time with my camera or be teaching others about photography. But,...

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12 Aug 2016

A Beginner’s Guide to Canon and Nikon Lens Abbreviations

Welcome to the world of photography, where geeky scientists make great lenses… and use all their secret codes to confuse consumers. Fret not, this...

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12 Aug 2016

IOC Bans Press from Sharing GIFs from the Olympics, Internet is Amused

The IOC has a lot to worry about this Olympics: making sure the athletes are safe, making sure the media is safe, making sure...

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12 Aug 2016

Canon 1D X Mark II vs Nikon D5 Hands-On Field Test

It’s the battle of the flagships. The Canon 1D X Mark II squares off against the Nikon D5 in a series of tests including...

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12 Aug 2016

‘The Impossible Project’ Documentary Tells the Story of Polaroid’s Rebirth

When Polaroid announced that it would stop making Polaroid instant film in February 2008, The Impossible Project was founded to keep the film alive....

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15 Jul 2016

Website Magically Turns B&W Photos Into Color Ones Using AI

Want a taste of the future? There’s a new web app that uses advanced “deep learning” research to magically auto-colorize black-and-white photos. Read More

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15 Jul 2016

Don’t Go into Debt For Your Photography

I remember when I was sitting in my cubicle at work, dreaming and lusting after a digital Leica M9. I imagined that after buying...

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15 Jul 2016

Photographer Sneaks Into Radioactive Ghost Towns in Fukushima

After the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant was devastated by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, the nuclear disaster caused a major evacuation and...

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15 Jul 2016

What It’s Like to Be a Photographer for a Presidential Campaign

Here are random observations from my time as staff photographer for Dean for America. I wrote this some time ago as advice for somebody...

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15 Jul 2016

Lightroom Mobile Can Now Edit Any RAW File

This is pretty big: Adobe today announced a major update for Lightroom for Mobile, and one of the exciting new features is the app’s...

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15 Jul 2016

7 Reasons Why I’m Still a Nikon DSLR User

In this article, I’ll discuss seven reasons why I’m still a Nikon DSLR user… plus three reasons why I could be convinced to move...

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15 Jul 2016

How to Build a DIY Camera Stabilizer Using LEGO

Advanced camera stabilizers are becoming cheaper and cheaper these days, but if you’re the type of person who enjoys building the things you use,...

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15 Jul 2016

How Barbie Product Photos Are Shot

In an age in which over 75% of IKEA catalog “photos” are actually computer generated images, the Barbie brand is still sticking to some...

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15 Jul 2016

The Great Light Hype: You Don’t Need to Drop Big Bucks for Great Photos

“But, what about gear?” It’s a question I hear a lot. Broncolor or Profoto? Fender or Gibson? Lamborghini or Ferrari? Which toy/software/high-end piece of...

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15 Jul 2016

20 of the Best iPhone Photos of 2016?

Founded in 2007, the iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) is the longest running photo contest in the world for iPhone photographers. This year’s winning photos...

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15 Jul 2016

How to Create Raindrops of Light with Steel Wool

GoPro just released this 4-minute video tutorial titled “Creating Fire Rain: A Steel Wool Experiment.” It’s a look at how you can create raindrops...

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15 Jul 2016

Comparing the Sensor Noise of Top Cameras

Cameras are often pitted each other in the area of image quality, but long exposure sensor noise generally isn’t something that you can easily...

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15 Jul 2016

Field Test: Bird Photography with the Canon 7D II and 300mm f/2.8 II

I’m a hobbyist bird photographer and I recently went birding in the Himalayan foothills in India, to a town called Sattal. For the trip,...

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15 Jul 2016

The World’s First UFS Memory Cards are Tiny and 5x Faster than microSD

Remember 6 days ago, when we said tiny storage like microSD was finally getting the R&D love it deserved? We may have been on...

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15 Jul 2016

On-Camera vs Off-Camera Flash Demo: It Makes a Huge Difference

This quick demo is for those of you who can’t afford a nice strobe. Don’t think that being tethered to a speedlight means you...

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15 Jul 2016

Pilot Captures Incredible Thunderstorm Photo from 37,000 Feet

If you’re less-than-impressed with lightning captured at 240fps by an iPhone 6 Plus, then let this photo act as our apology. Captured from 37,000...

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15 Jul 2016

Simple Camera Strap Prevents Neck Pain by Clipping to Your Backpack

The standard, traditional camera strap puts a lot of strain on your neck and back—one of the reasons why so few photographers use one—but...

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15 Jul 2016

This Impressive 4K Action Camera is Waterproof to 656 Feet

GoPro is the de facto action camera choice for many divers, but that might be changing very soon. Meet the Octospot: a 4K action...

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15 Jul 2016

Tokina’s 24-70mm f/2.8 Outperforms Nikon’s Versions, Costs Half as Much

Third-party lenses are getting better and better, and the latest lens to impress reviewers with its stellar performance is the Tokina AT-X 24-70mm f/2.8...

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15 Jul 2016

Huawei Slammed for Implying a DSLR Photo was Shot with the P9 Phone

Ouch. In a bid to ‘inspire their community,’ Huawei posted a beautiful portrait to show what you could do with the Leica-engineered dual-cam P9...

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24 May 2016

Canon 5D Mark IV Being Tested in the Wild, Should Arrive in August

Are you ready for the Canon 5D Mark IV? Because it’s right around the corner. A new report reveals that photographers are already testing...

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24 May 2016

The Lightroom Develop Preset Creator: Make a Random Look for Your Photos

The Lightroom Develop Preset Creator is a new browser-based app that can generate presets with random looks for your photos. If you’ve ever wanted...

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24 May 2016

Canon 120MP DSLR Shows Off its Stuff at Canon Expo

Canon announced back in September 2015 that it’s building a 120-megapixel DSLR. This week, at Canon Expo in Shanghai, China, Canon is showing off...

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24 May 2016

The Difference Between RGB and CMYK

If you’ve seen the RGB and CMYK color models referenced all over the place but aren’t exactly sure how they work or what the...

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19 May 2016

Depth of Field Explained

When you focus your camera, the area around the focal distance will also be in focus. But this can fall of to blur quickly,...

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19 May 2016

How to Transform a Bad Snapshot Into ‘Fine Art’ with Lightroom

You can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear… or so the saying goes. And while that saying definitely rings true for...

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19 May 2016

The Gravity-Defying Photography of Ravshaniya Azulye

Uzbekistani professional photographer Ravshaniya Azulye‘s signature style involves breaking rules — not of photography, but of nature. Her portfolio is filled with gravity-defying art...

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19 May 2016

The Awful Truth About Some Photography Workshops

When taking a photography workshop, it’s important to perform some due diligence to ensure you’re investing your money wisely. Whether you’re a brand new...

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19 May 2016

Google Created a Gigapixel ‘Art Camera’ to Preserve Iconic Paintings

No brush stroke, no accidental blotch of paint, no hidden nuance of a great painting by van Gogh or Monet can hide from the...

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19 May 2016

Olympus Employee Allegedly Made $336K Selling Stolen Gear on eBay

A former Olympus marketing employee from Pennsylvania is making headlines today after a 17-month investigation allegedly revealed that he had stolen over $330,000 in...

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19 May 2016

Nikon D5 Pro Review: The Batman of the Camera World

“Powerful, insanely fast, supremely agile, hauntingly accurate and a master of the dark. The Batman of the camera world.” Read More

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19 May 2016

Minimal Photos of Iconic Computers Throughout History

Photographer James Ball (AKA. Docubyte) recently teamed up with digital retouching house INK to create some beautiful, minimalist images of 10 iconic computers throughout...

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19 May 2016

Cheap, Light, and Slim: Shooting Macro with a Pancake Lens

A few weeks ago, I traveled to the Central Valley of Costa Rica for a professional development opportunity through work. While my week in...

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19 May 2016

This Twitter Account Shares Color Palettes from Popular & Iconic Films

Want to recreate that “Martian” look? Or maybe it’s the “Moonrise Kingdom” look you’re going for, or your latest photo project needs the “Annie...

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19 May 2016

The First Leaked Photo of the iPhone 7 Plus with Dual Cameras?

The iPhone 7 has long been rumored to be the first iPhone to feature a dual rear cameras, following in the footsteps of phones...

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19 May 2016

Hate Instagram’s New Logo? This Hack Will Give You the Old One Back

The Internet has not been kind to Instagram’s redesigned logo. Adweek called it “baffling” and “a travesty,” and some went so far as to...

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19 May 2016

‘Fauxtographers’ Go Away!

“Fauxtographer” (according to Urban Dictionary): A person that claims to be a good photographer when in reality they just set their camera to automatic...

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19 May 2016

Photoshop Trick: How to Stitch Together Difficult Panoramas

If you’ve ever tried to stitch a panorama in Photoshop, you know that the program is not always up to the task. In this...

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19 May 2016

A Cautionary Tale: How I Dropped My Camera and Tripod Off a Cliff

Just because you think it can’t possibly happen to you, doesn’t mean it won’t happen anyway.Read More

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19 May 2016

The Dutch Angle: Tilting the Camera for Dramatic Effect

The Dutch Angle (or Dutch Tilt) is a technique that involves tilting your camera to one side, resulting in a frame that isn’t level....

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19 May 2016

How to Make a Quick DIY Filter Holder for Any Wide Angle Lens

Here’s a quick DIY trick that’ll come in handy the next time you need to add a filter to a wide angle lens on...

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4 May 2016

6 Reasons You Should Be Printing Your Photos

As a photographer I spend a lot of time taking photos, editing, blogging, and posting to social media. To what end? Are the photos...

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27 Apr 2016

$4,000 PC Destroys $4,000 iMac in Lightroom Performance Test

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...

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27 Apr 2016

Photographer Returns to Chernobyl 30 Years Later with Former Residents

Chernobyl and the nearby city of Prypyat is a common subject, particularly for URBEX photographers who go there to document the deserted town. But...

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19 Apr 2016

In Favor of ‘P’ (Program mode) in Photography

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...

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17 Apr 2016

‘Color Me Book’ Turns Your Instagram Photos Into a Personal Coloring Book

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...

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17 Apr 2016

Sony’s a6300 Can Register Faces and Focus on them Later, Even in a Group

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...

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17 Apr 2016

Things Organized Neatly: The Perfect Photo Book for Your Inner Neat Freak

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...

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17 Apr 2016

Test Rig Shows What Happens when Drone Hits Flesh at 33mph APR 15, 2016

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...

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17 Apr 2016

Dogs and Peanut Butter

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...

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17 Apr 2016

Astronaut Aboard the ISS Shows Off NASA’s Photo Gear and the Cupola

We can come to terms with the fact that that astronauts aboard the ISS get a view none of us can access and gear...

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17 Apr 2016

Man Arrested for Flying Drone Over Colosseum

A French tourist was arrested in Rome last week when he tried to fly his camera drone over the iconic Colosseum to capture some...

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17 Apr 2016

We Don’t Understand Privacy

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...

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17 Apr 2016

Engineers Design a Sheet Camera that Changes Field of View as it Bends

In the latest installment of “crazy photography innovation to cross our desks,” let us introduce you to the “sheet camera” by the engineers at...

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17 Apr 2016

SpaceX Releases Photos from Historic Ocean Barge Landing

On Friday, SpaceX made history by performing its first successful ocean barge landing following a resupply mission to the ISS. Today, they released the...

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17 Apr 2016

Canon to Debut Full-Frame Mirrorless Model at Photokina

The Canon EOS M line of mirrorless cameras hasn’t been a big hit—at least not in the US of A—but Canon may do something...

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17 Apr 2016

Drone Photos of Fog Sweeping Into Hong Kong at Night

A little over a month ago, we shared some amazing drone photos of Hong Kong that truly captured the density of that megacity. Now,...

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17 Apr 2016

Tourist Nearly Decapitated Taking Picture of a Landing Plane

When people say you should do “anything” to get the shot, getting decapitated or losing a hand might not be what they had in...

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17 Apr 2016

This Phone Case Concept Comes with a Built-In Drone for Better Photos

Getting a different perspective from your smartphone camera might soon be a much easier task thanks to the “Drone-in-a-Phone” case—a concept that comes with,...

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17 Apr 2016

In 30 Years of Photography, I’ve Never Had a Service Experience This Bad

The history of the Leica camera is one of revolution. Appropriately enough, the Leica M design has been with us for over 60 years...

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17 Apr 2016

I Reshot Old Photos to See How China Has Changed Over 100 Years

When most people travel, they think of travelling to a destination. Whether it’s climbing Mt. Fuji, gawking at the frescoes in the Vatican, or...

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17 Apr 2016

Review: The Canon 80D is a Solid DSLR Stuck in No Man’s Land

The Canon 80D is the latest in Canon’s line-up of mid-range, enthusiast level DSLRs. On paper, the 80D looks to be an improvement in...

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17 Apr 2016

Amazing Photos of the Smithsonian’s Massive Specimen Collections in DC

nside the bowels of the National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC you’ll find something amazing. Classified, labelled, and impeccably organized, you’ll find...

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17 Apr 2016

Couples are Spending More on the Photographer, Wedding Survey Finds

With craigslist ads like this one going up all the time, it’s easy to think things are looking pretty bleak for professional wedding photographers....

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17 Apr 2016

Tipsy Portrait Project Captures People After 1, 2, and 3 Glasses of Wine

Brazilian photographer Marcos Alberti‘s ‘Wine Project’ portrait series is dead simple: give your subjects some booze and photograph them between drinks. But the resulting...

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17 Apr 2016

Canon Patent Hints at the Future of Optical Stabilization

Optical stabilization has slowly but surely continued to improve in recent years, but a new patent from Canon hints at a major change in...

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17 Apr 2016

Samsung Patents a Blink-Triggered Contact Lens Camera

We’re getting closer to being able to take pictures with cameras built directly into contact lenses. Samsung has been granted a patent in South...

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17 Apr 2016

Video: 8 Common Autofocus Problems and Their Solutions

Having trouble nailing tack-sharp autofocus with your camera? Aside from technical proficiency, there are a number of other issues that could be causing you...

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17 Apr 2016

The First Photos Taken with the Leica Co-Engineered Huawei P9

Huawei is making a lot of noise and some big claims about the dual cameras in their new, Leica co-engineered Huawei P9 smartphone. But...

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17 Apr 2016

Fujifilm’s Instax Instant Film Business is Booming

The Wall Street Journal reports that Fuji’s Instax cameras are selling in record numbers and far outpacing the company’s digital cameras. The company estimates...

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27 Feb 2016

Photoskop Helps You Learn Photography for Free

Want to learn the basics of photography for free from the comfort of your own home? There are many ways to do so these...

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27 Feb 2016

How to Take Better Photos with Your iPhone

If you’re completely new to taking pictures with an iPhone, here’s a 4-minute video that’ll help you hit the ground running. MacRumors put together...

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27 Feb 2016

Leica to Reinvent Smartphone Photography

Leica wants a piece of the smartphone photography boom. The iconic German camera company and Chinese telecom giant Huawei announced today that they’re teaming...

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27 Feb 2016

Journalists Under Threat, From Within

Journalism is under threat from all sides. The last few years have been some of the most dangerous in history for journalists around the...

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7 Feb 2016

GoPro to discontinue three cameras and exit entry-level market

This week, GoPro announced it will discontinue three of its six available action cameras and abandon the entry-level market. This follows the company’s preliminary fourth quarter...

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3 Feb 2016

Extreme made easy: GoPro HERO4 Session review

The GoPro HERO4 Session is the company’s latest action camera release. Unlike GoPros before it, the Session is completely waterproof without the need for...

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3 Feb 2016

Canon 1D X Mark II is a 4K Monster with Built-In Lens Optimization

Canon today announced the 1D X Mark II, its latest flagship DSLR. Canon calls the camera a “remarkable combination of innovation and refinement” that...

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3 Feb 2016

I Waited for 117 Hours in -50°C Temperatures to Snap These Polar Bear Photos

Every year from mid February to mid March a big event takes place at Wapusk National Park in Manitoba, Canada. The polar bears mothers,...

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3 Feb 2016

Oregon Hikers Stumble Upon a 1950s SLR in the Wild

Ethan Field and Ron Campbell were hiking off-trail in Oregon’s Columbia Gorge last week when something shiny caught their eye. Bending over, they discovered...

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3 Feb 2016

Eagles Are Now Being Trained to Take Down Drones

Forget anti-drone rifles and drones that catch other drones with webs and giant nets. Police over in The Netherlands have just come up with...

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3 Feb 2016

Nikon and Photographer Apologize for Photoshopped Prize-Winning Photo

One of the big stories in the photo world this past weekend was the fact that Nikon Singapore selected a clearly Photoshopped image as...

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26 Jan 2016

These Photos Got a Photographer Banned from North Korea

Photographer Éric Lafforgue has spent years traveling the world to shoot documentary photos for well-known publications. He was even given rare access to North...

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22 Jan 2016

This Photo of a Potato Sold for Over $1,000,000!

Check out this photo of a potato. It may look like a rather ordinary photo, but it’s one of the most expensive photos in...

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18 Jan 2016

This is Why the World Needs War Photographers

Reporters Without Borders just released this new video, titled “War Reporters,” as part of a new campaign to raise awareness and support for conflict...

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15 Jan 2016

This is Why You Hire a Pro Wedding Photographer

Vogue magazine sparked controversy earlier this month by recommending that brides say “I don’t” to “hiring a professional wedding photographer.” Needless to say, the...

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15 Jan 2016

Fugitive Sends Selfie to Police Because He Hates His Official Mugshot

Here’s a curious case of someone who wasn’t happy with a portrait taken of himself. A fugitive recently sent a selfie to police because...

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15 Jan 2016

The 10 Winning Photos of the Hasselblad Masters Awards 2016

Hasselblad has just announced the 10 winning photographers of its prestigious Masters Awards 2016 contest. The winners were selected from thousands of images by...

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15 Jan 2016

Google Uses Tiny Camera Cars to Shoot Tiny Street View of Tiny World

Google’s Street View cameras have gone to the ends of the Earth, from under the sea to desolate deserts, in order to document the world...

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10 Jan 2016

Nikon KeyMission 360: A Waterproof 4K Action Cam for 360° Photos and Videos

Nikon surprised everyone today by announcing an entirely new type of camera at CES 2016 in Vegas. The Nikon KeyMission 360 is a new...

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10 Jan 2016

Samsung Cameras Are a No-Show at CES 2016: Looks Like the End is Nigh

Things definitely aren’t looking too hot for you if you’re a fan of Samsung’s digital cameras. The South Korean company has been showing off...

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4 Jan 2016

Microsoft’s New iOS Selfie App Guesses Your Age to Auto-Enhance Your Face

Microsoft has launched a new camera app for iPhones that’s designed to help you take the perfect selfie. It’s called Microsoft Selfie, and it...

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31 Dec 2015

Here Are the Best GoPro Camera Shots of 2015

GoPro published this 5-minute-long “year in review” compilation video that shows off all the crazy and heartwarming things that people used the company’s action...

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21 Dec 2015

Apple Has 800 People Working on the iPhone Camera

60 Minutes just aired a fascinating segment on Apple this past weekend, offering a behind-the-scenes look at the secretive and dominant company. Here’s one...

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19 Dec 2015

‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Was Shot on Film, and Kodak May Be Profitable in 2016

Back in July 2013, we shared how major filmmakers had banded together to rescue Kodak by committing to purchasing film from the company. One...

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16 Dec 2015

Canon’s New Billboards Provide Real Time Photo Tips

Canon’s latest billboard ad campaign in New York City does more than promote the camera brand: they can actually help you shoot better photos....

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16 Dec 2015

There Are Now 8x More People Taking Pictures than 10 Years Ago

Camera sales haven’t been doing too well in recent years, but that hasn’t kept picture taking from exploding. While the dedicated camera industry has...

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13 Dec 2015

GoPro iOS App Turns the Apple Watch Into a Remote

GoPro has released a new update to its iOS app that turns the Apple Watch into a remote control for GoPro action cameras.  ...

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23 Nov 2015

Canon is Suing Gray Market Camera Gear Dealers

Canon USA has filed lawsuits against a number of camera gear retailers in an attempt to stop the sale of gray market camera gear....

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19 Nov 2015

Samsung Officially Pulling Out of the Camera Market in Germany

Rumors about Samsung’s camera business struggling and closing down have beenswirling around for months now, and today we may be seeing yet another proverbial...

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14 Nov 2015

Man Points a GoPro the Wrong Way During an Entire Vacation in Las Vegas

When Evan Griffin‘s dad visited Las Vegas recently, he borrowed his son’s GoPro camera to capture memories of the things he saw there. “I...

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12 Nov 2015

Photos of the Strange ‘Crooked Forest’ in Poland

German photographer Kilian Schönberger recently shot a series of photos showing one of the most unusual forests in the world. Located near the city...

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12 Nov 2015

The Unsettling Future of Facial Recognition

The first time I witnessed a camera detect a face to aid the autofocus system, I was amazed. In part because the technology seemed...

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11 Nov 2015

These Are the 116 Images NASA Picked to Share with Aliens (or Future Humans)

In 2012, 35 years after its launch in 1977, NASA’s Voyager 1 space probe left the Solar System and became the first human-man object...

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10 Nov 2015

Leica Announces an $840 Lighter, $840 Pen, and $175 Keychain

Leica today announced the 0.95 Collection, a new sub-brand for high-end accessories. No, not camera accessories… luxury lifestyle accessories. The initial batch of products...

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14 Oct 2015

Swiss TV Station Replaces Cameras with iPhones and Selfie Sticks

iPhones may not be very good at photographing lunar eclipses, but apparently they’re just fine for television news broadcasts. A local TV news station...

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14 Oct 2015

6 Fantastic (and Free) Video Editing Apps for iOS

Personal videos have long been an integral part of our lives, allowing us to share and cherish memories with our friends and family. Apple’s...

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14 Oct 2015

Japan’s First Female Photojournalist is Still Shooting at the Age of 101

Tsuneko Sasamoto is a renowned Japanese photographer who is considered to be her country’s first female photojournalist, documenting pre- and post-war Japan since becoming...

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14 Oct 2015

Street View v2.0 App Lets You Explore the World in VR with Google Cardboard

Have you bought or built a Google Cardboard yet for experiencing virtual reality with your phone? If so, there’s a new major app that’s...

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13 Oct 2015

Woman Spotted Without Phone Camera Out, Is Now an Internet Sensation

This simple photo is a fascinating portrait of what smartphone cameras have done to our culture. A single woman is seen enjoying the moment...

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2 Sep 2015

Read Our September 2015 Newsletter

It’s been almost 50 years since we opened the first Audiolens store way back in 1965. From that very first moment our mission has...

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