Photography News

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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For me photography is not portraying what exists, but portraying what exist in me.

Ever since I was a kid I used to spend hours alone in my room playing with my toys. Now that I’m a “grownup,” I’ve realized that I never stopped playing and that the only difference is that now I have a camera on my hands.

Photography and digital art just gave me the ability to bring alive those scenes that I’ve had inside my mind... more

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People become interested in photography in many different ways, and at different stages of life. Some are hooked early on... more

With access to Adobe Camera Raw support for the Sony a6300's .ARW files, we re-visited our real-world sample-gallery and have added a number of Raw conversions to the existing out-of-camera JPEG files. You can check out our conversions in the updated gallery, or you can download the Raw files and see what you can do with them yourself  you just need to download the... more

Adobe Camera Raw is no longer the ugly duckling of the Adobe photo editing software family. Adobe just released version 9.5 of the RAW conversion software, and the update brings a new user interface that matches the look of Photoshop and Bridge.

“Your color scheme within Camera Raw will mimic Photoshop and Bridge, and you can change your color scheme by visiting the interface preferences within the host application,” Adobe... more

TIME’s latest international issue features a portrait of a rape victim of the civil war in South Sudan. The magazine’s choice of photo is sparking an outcry online, with people calling the cover “exploitative.”

Photographed by renowned war photographer Lynsey Addario, who was herself a victim of wartime sexual assault after... more

Camera Raw gets a new look with version 9.5, available now. The update introduces a color scheme that brings Adobe's Raw conversion software in line with Photoshop and Bridge. ACR 9.5 also extends support to a dozen new cameras, including the Nikon D5/D500 and Canon EOS 80D, fixes a handful of bugs and adds support for new lenses like the Sony FE 85mm F1.4 and 24-70mm F2.8 GM. Get the full details at... more

This is a set of notes on composition, loosely based on ideas of composition from the Victorian era. There’s quite a bit more, and yet quite a bit less, to the Victorian ideas.

First and foremost, almost everyone reading this is a human person. Since the goal of a picture’s composition is to manage, more or less, how human people perceive and feel about a picture, it turns out that you have the power built in to you to figure this stuff out.

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