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Last year, Nikon announced plans to end its sales in Brazil as part of a "global scale restructuring," a decision that went into effect on December 31, 2017. Though product sales ended, the company maintained its Brazil-based customer and technical support business segments in the nation, but that too has come to an end.

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A Montana photographer has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Netflix, accusing the media juggernaut of using one of his storm photos without permission for the hit sci-fi show Stranger Things.

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My name is Jayrol San Jose, and I am a photojournalist based in Los Angeles. I’m a professional photographer, but being new to journalism, I’ve found that covering protests is a great place to start. I’ve... more

Of all the current camera manufacturers, if you were to call me a fanboy of any of them, Fujifilm would be the most accurate. Theres good reason too: it produces some of the best cameras on the market and its commitment to offering meaningful updates, after the fact, is uniquely wonderful.

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Apple just released iOS 12, the latest mobile operating system for the iPhone and iPad. Bundled among the many new feature additions and upgrades are some significant photo and camera improvements.

First off, iOS 12 brings performance boosts across iPhones as far back as iPhone 5S. You’ll find that things across the board are faster and more responsive. The built-in camera will launch up to 70% faster once you install the update.

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Ireland Minister for Justice & Equality Charlie Flanagan sparked controversy yesterday by saying he would support legislation that would ban photographing the Garda (Ireland’s police service) in the course of their duties.

Flanagan made the comments while a guest on RT Radio One with broadcast journalist Sean O’Rourke. After his comments were met with backlash on social media, the minister took to Twitter in an attempt to clarify:

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SpaceX just revealed that Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa will be its first space tourist for a trip to the moon as early as 2023, and Maezawa is planning to select a group of artists, including a photographer, for a free 5-day lunar trip with him.

Maezawa, the founder of Japan’s largest online fashion retailer (Zozotown), announced that he has purchased the entire SpaceX BFR (Big F***ing Rocket) flight and that he’s turning it into a project called... more

Two-and-a-half years after it announced plans to keep Packfilm alive, CatLABS of JP has announced it's no longer continuing its efforts.

Typically known for its impressive collection of analogue photography products, CatLABS of JP announced in March 2016 that it had plans to revitalize Packfilm an endeavor further expedited by Fujifilm's discontinuation of its Packfilm offerings. Over... more

I’m going to start from the beginning. I didnt have a bad upbringing. My parents worked hard for our family and always provided for me and my sister. They taught us right from wrong, how to be kind, loving and caring. We weren’t rich, but we never ever went without.

You know the kind of people who never study for tests, always messing around, but ace their exams? That was me… School was easy for me educationally, but difficult for me socially. I was bullied... more