Photography News

Flashback to last summer. July 2, 2015, the day after Canada Day. And the day I got kicked off a beach in Toronto for taking pictures…

My model Ashley and I hit the beach at the Scarborough Bluffs at 5:30am... more

You know that mind-bending scene in the movie Inception in which the dream world is folding up on itself? Photographer Aydn Bykta‘ “... more

We reported last December that the National Park Service photography program had posted a new job listing for a full-time photographer to document the country’s natural landscapes — the same position once held by legendary photographer Ansel Adams.

With the application window now closed, Rich O’Connor of the Park Service was... more

It occurred to me yesterday that the whole idea of “tips” is a bit lopsided. If someone does a great job, we give them a hefty tip; if they do a terrible job, we give them no tip. In other words, the worst thing we can do to someone who provides a bad level of service is to not give them extra money.

That’s… kind of a low bar to set. It’s not even carrot-and-stick — it’s carrot-and-smaller-carrot.

As someone whose... more

Adobe has made updates available to its subscription and standalone Lightroom applications as well as Camera Raw. The updates bring with it a feature called 'Boundary Warp,' a tool that helps to straighten the curved edges of stitched panoramas so that the image is rectangular. Lightroom CC 2015.4, Lightroom 6.4 and ACR 9.4 bring support for Fujifilm's newly announced X-system cameras, including the... more

I’ve recently become obsessed with the idea of shooting (something close to) true, 2.35:1 ratio CinemaScope anamorphic on my DSLR camera. This is pretty easily done if you can spend $1,000+ on an anamorphic lens made specifically for a DSLR camera… but I don’t have that kind of cash, so I went another route.

After some research, I found that other DIY filmmakers are re-purposing old film projection lens, typically used in movie theaters, to “correct... more

College student Gage Skidmore has been in the news for his prolific contribution of free political photos.... more

Nikon has released firmware version 1.01 for its D5300 and D5500 cameras. Both updates add support for the AF-P DX NIKKOR 1855mm F3.55.6G VR and AF-P DX NIKKOR 1855mm F3.55.6G lenses, Nikon's first DX lenses to offer stepping motors, as well as an a5 Manual focus ring in AF mode option for the D5500. Both updates also bring several bug fixes correcting issues affecting each model, such as camera freezing.

Nikon D5300 Firmware version 1.01:
  • AF-P DX NIKKOR 1855mm f/3.55.6G VR... more

Back in March 2015, photographer Ryan Deboodt captured the world’s attention by bringing his drone into Hang Son Doong, the single largest cave in the world.

Now he... more