Photography News

With a week and a half until PIX 2015, we're taking the opportunity to introduce you to some of our talented re:FRAME speakers. Cristina Mittermeier's resume is long, but it's easy to see the trend. Over a 20 year career, she's focused her energy on a number of conservation projects. Read more

Epson has announced that it will be selling four new printers for the professional market starting in November this year. The 24" and 44" models are designed for photographers, artists and graphic designers, and offer extended color gamut via improved 8- and 10-ink systems. Read more

Polarr is on a product launching frenzy. Back in February, the startup launched version 2.0 of its browser-based photo editor. In June, it launched its new iOS photo editing app, which saw 250,000 downloads in the first 48 hours.

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Want to see the 4K video quality on the new iPhone 6S camera? Check out the short film above that was just released today by the media company... more

Back in 2009, Samantha Cristoforetti was selected by the European Space Agency to become Italy’s first female astronaut. She went on to spend 200 days aboard the International Space Station, setting the record for the longest continuous space flight by a woman.

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Earlier this year, YouTube opened up its service to 360-degree interactive videos that you can “look around” in while watching, whether by swiping with your finger or by swinging your phone around in space. This week, Facebook also joined in on the fun... more

Today, Adobe announced its latest version of Photoshop Elements, its consumer-focused photo editing app that can still be purchased as a standalone product without paying for a Creative Cloud subscription.

Photoshop Elements 14 packs Adobe’s new de... more

RED has launched its new RED RAVEN camera. The model offers 4K recording at 120fps and 2K recording at 240fps using an 8.8 megapixel RED DRAGON image sensor. The new model is one of RED's smallest and lightest cameras at 3.5lbs, making it suitable for handheld and drone use. Read more

On Monday, Australian wedding photographer Edwina Robertson posted a photo (seen above) on Facebook and made a crazy pledge. For every “share” the photo received over the following 24 hours, Robertson would donate $3 to... more

Here’s a crazy 50-second video showing an encounter one tourist photographer had with a wild elephant in Thailand. After finding and observing a large elephant among the trees and bushes, the man suddenly found himself at the receiving end of an elephant charge.

The guy didn’t have much time to react, so he just stood his ground held up his hand and his camera. Luckily for him, it was a mock charge rather than a real one, so after making a quick trumpeting sound at... more