Photography News

In September, DJI introduced a new Pro brand targeted at professional photographers and videographers. Details about the brand were slim when it was first revealed, but the company is back with more information on its... more

Check out these rather ordinary looking portraits. They’re all fake. Not in the sense that they were Photoshopped, but rather they were completely generated by artificial intelligence. That’s right: none of these people actually exist.

NVIDIA researchers have published... more

As it promised it would back in November, Fujifilm has published the firmware updates for its X-T3 and X-H1 cameras, as well as a little firmware update for the Fujinon XF 80mm F2.8 R LM OIS WR Macro lynx.

Fujifilm X-T3

Firmware version 2.0 for the X-T3 addresses a number of issues and features present in firmware version 1.02. Most notably, it's now possible to record 4K HDR video in Hybrid Log... more

Want to see what life in the streets of Paris was like over a century ago in the late 1890s? Film restorer Guy Jones collected old footage shot between 1896 and 1900, slowed it down to a natural speed, and added sound for ambiance. This beautiful 6-minute experience is what resulted.

The scenes were all captured in Belle poque-era Paris, France, by the Lumire company. Here’s an index of things and places you’ll see in the video:

0:08 Notre-Dame... more

I love bokeh and wanted to incorporate it into some upcoming holiday-themed beauty shoots. Well, I didn’t want to shoot in the cold and I really didn’t want to buy strings of lights (or generally spend any money at all) so I put together this great backdrop with basically just tinfoil.

I was really happy with how it turned out so, I decided to write this little tutorial on how to make and shoot a tinfoil backdrop for some bokehlicious shots.

What I used for... more

Where is the line between acceptable photo manipulation and cheating in photography? That’s the question photographer Jamie Windsor asks and explores in this new 12-minute video... more

A huge part of my photo practice is not taking photos. Photography is an inner game. What comes out in our photography is the total expression of who we are, how we think, and what we see.

I realized a few years ago that to create good images I need to feed myself with ideas that really inspire me and help me grow.

Henry Miller describes being a writer in this way:

Develop an interest in life as you see it; the people, things, literature, music the world is... more

Huawei has announced the latest model in its range of smartphones, the Nova 4. It's the brand's first device with a "hole-punch" front camera, that is mostly hidden behind the display and does away with the display "notch" found on many other high-end phones.

The Nova 4 isn't the first phone with a "hole-punch" camera - that honor goes to the... more

Looking to get started in film photography and hunting for your first camera in the used marketplace? Photographer Casey Cavanaugh made this helpful 9-minute guide containing 5 tips to ensure you find a good... more

It started out innocently enough. You were a landscape photographer, a solitary scenery hunter, a planet-loving, tree-hugging, mountain-climbing, river-crossing, track-scrambling wanderer in the wilds. You loved documenting our planet and all of its hidden little nooks and crannies.

You lived for sturdy tripods, graduated ND filters and focus stacking. You used to pore over Google Earth searching for new photographic adventures, new vistas, new outlooks, new amazing views to... more