Photography News

Nikon’s new flagship DSLR, the D5, features 12FPS continuous shooting — 14FPS with the mirror locked — and a new autofocus system that features 153 AF points and a dedicated AF processor (a first for Nikon). The extended buffer stores up to 200 shots of 14-bit lossless RAW plus JPEG fine.

If you want to see what it’s like to autofocus and shoot at 12fps... more

This is pretty wild: the lens adapter company Techart has... more

We recently shared a 52-week photo challenge you can do to improve you skills over the course of a year. The challenge for week #1 was “self portrait,” and photographer Trevor... more

CameraLends.com, a peer-to-peer camera gear sharing service that was established in 2013, has just launched a mobile app. The service allows for private rental of cameras, lenses and accessories of all types. Read more

This week, the New York Public Library announced that it has released 187,000+ high-resolution digital images of public domain items in its collection.

The treasure trove of old photos, illustrations, and documents are available for browsing... more

Sony has announced new XQD and SDXC UHS-II memory cards at CES. This comes on the heels of Nikon's announcement of the D5 and D500, both of which can utilize the relatively recent XQD format. The XQD-M series offers read speeds up to 440MB/sec and write speeds up to 150MB/s, and is... more

Nikon D5 and D500 Push the Boundaries of DSLR

CES 2016 saw the announcement of two important DSLRs from Nikon, including an update to its flagship line, as well as an almost mythical product many had given up hope of ever seeing: a true D300 replacement.

The newly announced D5 is Nikon's top-of-the-line professional DSLR, with a 20.8MP full frame... more

Nikon D5 and D500 Push the Boundaries of DSLR

CES 2016 saw the announcement of two important DSLRs from Nikon, including an update to its flagship line, as well as an almost mythical product many had given up hope of ever seeing: a true D300 replacement.

The newly announced D5 is Nikon's top-of-the-line professional DSLR, with a 20.8MP full frame sensor capable... more

If you ever visit Antarctica in the summer, you’ll find yourself in a place where there’s 24 hours of sunlight in a day. Instead of setting in the horizon and ushering in the night, the Sun “bounces” on the horizon and rises up again — it’s a bounce that can be captured in a series of photos captured through a day.

UK physician Eoin Macdonald-Nethercott has been working at the ESA’s Concordia research base in Antarctica. While there, he... more

Here’s a short 3-minute video by Australian photographer Pete Leong on how you can set your flash and camera settings to illuminate portrait subjects while a bright sun is in the background back-lighting them.

“Although I’m using a... more

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