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Skylum Software has announced an update to its Luminar image editing software. Version 3.0.2 comes with new features as well as improvements in performance and stability.

The latter includes faster import of images and folders to the catalog and faster launch times on the Windows platform as well as faster image moving between external and internal drives and... more

Yesterday morning, I woke up and deleted all my social media. My Instagram, Twitter, and personal Facebook accounts (I deleted my Facebook business page a year earlier), all gone. I ghosted from the party. As a small business, its a bold move (if not insane) to walk away from such successful pages (I had over 60,000 followers between the three platforms). But I had had enough, and heres why.

I started... more

According to Merriam-Webster, bokeh is a noun that means 'the blurred quality or effect seen in the out-of-focus portion of a photograph taken with a narrow depth of field.' Apple, however, has different plans.

In a recent video advertisement, Apple has turned the word bokeh into a verb, 'bokeh'd.' Not only has Apple turned bokeh into a verb, it's also taken a stance on how the Japanese term is pronounced, a... more

I recently wrapped up six days of personal photography in northern Finland (in “no man’s land” on the Russian border) trying to photograph the wolverine in winter.

During the long waiting sessions, I decided to keep a daily video journal of the time he spent in the hide trying to photograph this elusive and shy animal.

After uploading the videos daily to social media via a pretty good 3G connection, I’ve now compiled them into a chronological time-... more

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The EF-M 32mm F1.4 STM was an easy lens to miss when it was announced, unveiled at the same time as Canon's all-new EOS R. Quite how the EOS M series will play alongside the... more

Turns out the 500px data breach we reported on last week wasn't an isolated incident. According to ... more

Finland-based organization Camera Rescue has rescued 46,000 analog cameras and it plans to more than double that number by 2020. Cameraville recently interviewed the organization's Juho Leppnen to discuss the mission, as well as the unique challenges they face.

Camera Rescue launched in 2018 with the mission of preserving analog cameras for future generations. The organization finds used film photography gear and puts it through what it... more

This morning I woke up early to photograph the descending supermoon on top of the famous St. Nicholas church in Amsterdam. But the supermoon was “just 96%” visible this morning as it is not completely full until tomorrow. Nevertheless, I love the slight shadow in the edge of the moon so I picked today as the day to shoot.

Here are some results:

Supermoon right behind the cross on top of the St. Nicolas church in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Shot at 800mmA bit of a... more

Sigma has announced its new 28mm T1.5 cine lens for full frame sensor cameras will be available starting in the middle of March. The lens will cost $3499 but will also be offered with luminous markings, to make it easier to use in low light, for $4,499.

The lens is latest of a set of 10 full-frame fixed-focal-length lenses, eight of which have a T1.5 maximum... more

Panasonic has announced it's adding two new zoom cameras to its Lumix lineup: the Lumix ZS80 (TZ95 outside of North America) compact camera and the Lumix FZ1000 II superzoom camera.

Lumix ZS80/TZ95

First up is the Lumix Z80, the latest camera in Panasonic's travel zoom series. At the heart of the ZS80 is a 20.3-megapixel 1/2.3-inch sensor. Beyond stills, the ZS80 can capture 4K/30p video. In front of the sensor is an optically stabilized 24mm (35mm equivalent) Leica lens with 30x... more