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Back in July, we shared some slow-motion tests shot with... more

The DxO ONE is a clever little iPhone companion camera with a 20MP 1"-type sensor and 32mm equiv. F1.8 lens. With an integrated Lightning connector it's designed to be used while attached to an iPhone or iPad, and is an easily transported little device offering a big boost in image quality over a mobile device's integrated camera. We've put it through its paces in the field and have a full gallery of real-world samples to show for it.... more

As a photographer, videographer, and drone hobbyist, I follow with great interest all the media attention drones have received lately. Unfortunately, drone news coverage here in my country, Colombia, has been skewed towards the negative, with stories of isolated incidents like the Connecticut “Gun-Drone” and the... more

New York-based stop-motion artist Adam Pesapane, who goes by PES, has earned a great deal of attention over the past few years for his remarkable animations that are made with creativity, hard work, and still photographs from DSLRs. His viral shorts include “Fresh Guacamole,” “Western Spagetti,”, and... more

Photographer Jack Watney wanted a lightbox for years, but he lives in a small apartment and doesn’t have space to store a large, dedicated lightbox. So, he decided to build one himself using an IKEA Lack side table that... more

The 67 annual Emmy Awards will be held in Los Angeles today, recognizing excellence in the television industry over the past year, and USA TODAY photographers Robert Hanashiro and Dan MacMedan will be at the Microsoft Theater to shoot the show. The 3-minute video above offers a glimpse into what its like to cover this type of event, as Hanashiro and MacMedan discuss their approach and their spots throughout the night.

Back in February, we featured a similar video in which... more

You might already know the work of photographer and urban explorer Ralph Mirebs - his series of photos of abandoned Soviet spacecraft went viral earlier this year. His fascination with science and technology have fueled his photography, and he's passionate about documenting abandoned industrial spaces striving to always answer the question 'What was this used for?' See his work and find out more in our Q&A.... more

If you shoot with a Hasselblad 500 series camera, there’s a new lens on the horizon: the Petzvar 120mm f/4. Unlike other lenses, which are designed and mass produced by large companies, this one’s a bit different — it’s produced by a single lens maker.

Denys Ivanichek is an... more

Dear photographer friend,

I wanted to write you a letter on the concept of killing the masters of photography. It is kind of a Buddhist philosophy, as well as a philosophy I gained from Seneca, my stoic philosophy hero and mentor.

So I was talking to Pooria, one of the students from a street photography workshop I held in Seattle. He asked me, Eric, I see all these famous photos from the masters, and I dont get them. What do others see which I dont see?

To be frank,... more

“200mm” and “f/1.0” aren’t two specs you generally see together in the world of camera lenses. After all, the Canon 200mm f/2.0 is already a giant 5.6 pound piece of glass, so an f/1.0 version would be ginormous.

If you want to see what a 200mm f/1.0 lens looks like, Abex UK... more