Photography News

Traditional camera manufacturers fail beginner photographers over and over.

They'll gladly sell you a camera with a kit lens, but they've struggled to help beginners with any of the challenges that come after taking it out of the box.

It's not for lack of trying; every manufacturer has some form of beginner-friendly mode that will tell you how to open the aperture... more

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We're counting down our top 10 most popular sample galleries of 2017. At #7 we have the Olympus Tough TG-5. And... more

Filmmaker Julian Tryba has created a time-lapse that is unlike anything we've ever seen beforeand that's saying something when you're talking about one of the most popular (and creative) genres of photography out there. His so-called NYC Layer-Lapse ditches the traditional time-lapse model of... more

Whenphotographer Manny Ortizfirst took up portrait photography, his wife... more

Ahead of the holiday shopping season comes a new catalog of gifts from Canon Japan. The gifts are styled after the camera company's existing gear, including a coffee mug and travel thermos designed to resemble lenses, a pair of miniature USB flash drives that resemble classic Canon cameras, a photo album and thermal bottle with an illustrated history of Canon's camera collection, a lunch bag styled after a camera bag, and a picnic mat with illustrations.

All eight products, plus a gift... more

The St. Louis police department has just made a big move in support of photographer and journalist rights: police officers are now being ordered to read and acknowledge the rights of journalists once a month.

The... more

Salt Lake City-based photographer Dewey Keithly recently came up with an unusual way to edit the look of portraits: he creatively burned them by igniting gunpowder across the surface of the giant prints.... more

Fujifilm has filed a legal complaint in the US, accusing Polaroid of turning against the company and demanding millions of dollars in royalty payments per year for the use of its white borders on its new Instax Square... more

Over the last year I have been slowly migrating from Apple to Windows, and to be honest breaking out of the walled gardens that I lived within (some known, some unknown) has not been easy, but it has been freeing. I have to hand it to Apple, they made a system, an environment, that has been comfortable and creatively useful for many years. However, slowly the... more

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