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The German light modifier company Sunbounce today announced a new product called the Tight-Fit Screen. It’s a simple reflector surface that can be stretched over an existing... more

DxOMark has put the Samsung Galaxy S7 edge through its testing, and with a score of 88 the device moves into the top spot in DxO's mobile rankings. The S7 edge and slightly smaller S7 use a 12MP sensor with on-chip phase detection and an F1.7 lens with optical image stabilization. By taking the top position in the mobile rankings, the S7 edge relegates its Galaxy S6 edge plus and the Sony Xperia Z5 to a joint number two spot.

Here’s something lighthearted that may put a smile on your face. A designer named James Fridman is amassing... more

Adobe has launched Technology Previews for Lightroom on the Web, allowing Lightroom users to test new features before they are officially rolled out. To get things started, Adobe has released a Technology Preview that introduces 'Search,' a feature that uses new image analysis technology to identify photos based on subjects. 

According to Adobe, the search function lets users search for any photograph that has been synced... more

Want the look of an 8mm film camera but the convenience of digital? Instead of using a filter app and your phone camera, you can hack together your own digital 8mm camera using Raspberry Pi.

That’s what a young filmmaker named Claire Wright and her father... more

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Bag manufacturer Tamrac has introduced a pair of water resistant backpacks designed for 'hiking and outdoor' photographers. The two Hoodoo bags are made with waxed canvas and PU-coated nylon thats intended to keep out the rain, and they come in a choice of... more

An annual photo contest in Japan is apologizing and canceling this year’s event after selecting a photo of a man on a dead whale as the grand prize winner. That photo sparked an strong outcry from the public.

The contest, which is put on every year by the Okhotsk Sea Museum in Northern Hokkaido, received 118 entries in its latest contest. Of those, the judges determined that the best one was an image showing a man first pumping while standing on top of a... more

Fuji announced last month that it’s killing off the FP-100C, its last peel-apart instant film. Then last week we reported that Impossible Project founder Florian Kaps is now working to keep the film alive.

Photographer Michel Jones of the... more

Adobe today announced Technology Previews for Lightroom on the Web, allowing photographers to test drive new features before they’re officially released. First up: search.

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