Photography News

Nikon has released firmware 1.04 for the D3200. This update addresses an issue with the camera's memory card slot, causing the access lamp to light for too long or the camera to give an error while accessing the memory card. Read more

Here’s a look at the optical quality of the Yongnuo 35mm f/2 for Canon EF. There’s only so much that can be tested at home without fancy gear (MTF charts and the like) so I did a few tests that gauge common aesthetic qualities, using techniques that are often recommended for testing at home.

It’s not super scientific, but it does give some further input on the lens and what you might expect. And all tests were done as compared to the Canon 35mm f/2 lens — each shot... more

Back in March, Phase One Industrial launched the world’s smallest 80MP medium format camera for drones. Now Hasselblad is following suit with an aerial camera announcement of its own. The company has announced a new line of aerial cameras called the... more

Last week when Google Photos launched, I quickly tested it out and then wrote a post with my immediate initial reaction to the service. Much of my early disappointment centered around the fact that Google chose to limit the size of photos in the service to 16 megapixels. As a DSLR shooter this meant that a large portion of my library would be downsized with Google Photos. Bummer.

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This may look like an ordinary photo of an orchestra, but there’s something special about this shot: it’s a clone photo in which every one of the 100 musicians in the frame is the same person.

The image was created by Alexander Light, a violinist for the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra who’s also a passionate photographer.

After hearing of the idea, the orchestra wanted to make a giant print of Light’s photo, so Light created the shot as a... more

If you’re a Nikon photographer using iOS devices, you may be in for a treat in the near future. Rumor has it that Nikon and Apple are currently collaborating on a secret new iOS app for Nikon cameras.

Nikon Rumors wrote back in... more

With many cameras now supporting integrated Wi-Fi connectivity, a good number of photographers are editing their photographs while still on the road. There is a variety of applications on both iOS and Android that offer different feature sets at varying price points. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the best offerings to help you pick out what may be the best solution for your circumstances.

Photoshop Express — Free for iOS/Android

Our first... more

Miggo, maker of non-traditional camera straps that convert into wraps, announced in April that it would launch its new 'storm-proof' camera bag Agua on Kickstarter in early June. That crowd-funding campaign is now live. The Miggo Agua bag has an IPX3-standard rating, which means it can protect gear from pouring rain and similar types of water exposure. Read more

Adorama has launched a new mini documentary series called “Through the Lens,” or TTL for short. It’s a weekly online show that will explore “the evolving aesthetic of photography as seen through this generation’s creator class.”

Two episodes have been released in the series so far. Both of them are 5-minute profiles of popular Instagram photographers. It’s a look at who they are and how they work.

Episode #1:... more