Photography News

Photographer and filmmaker Peter McKinnon's Canon 1DX Mark II recently took a tumble while he was out on an ATV ride. But rather than let this obviously traumatic experience scar him, he decided to use it as an opportunity. Before sending his camera to Canon for repair, he decided to disassembled the $6,000 DSLR himself... on video.

The teardown takes viewers through the careful process of removing the camera's... more

You see the crowd cheering, but you don’t hear a single word. You’re not punched in the chest by every firework explosion that goes off in Central Park. It’s the calmest chaos I’ve ever experienced in my life…

When you’re a native New Yorker, there are certain things you just don’t do. New Yorkers have never been to the Statue Of Liberty, we never been to the top of the Empire State Building, and we never go to Times Square…... more

A friend recently posted an X-ray of his ankle replacement on Facebook, which led me to wonder who owns the copyright to that image?

In the U.S., HIPAA (Health Insurance portability and... more

An Ohio couple is publicly accusing a wedding photographer of “fat-shaming” them after discovering that some of their engagement photos had been Photoshopped without their consent to make them look skinnier.

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Apple's iPhone slowdown controversy has reached what seems like its final stage last night, when Tim Cook announced in an exclusive interview with ABC News that the company would give users the option to keep their older iPhones running at full speed, even once the battery had become, in Cook's words, 'unhealthy.'

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Cascable, the iOS app that provides software tools for “modern day” photographers, has just added “... more

A former US Department of Energy photographer is accusing the US government of firing him for leaking photos of a private meeting between energy secretary Rick Perry and a big coal CEO.

The... more

Tether Tools, a manufacturer of wired and wireless equipment for camera tethering, has introduced its line of... more

National Geographic has been publishing its magazine since 1888, so this year marks the 130th anniversary of the publication. Here’s a 2-minute timelapse video that shows every single magazine cover over those 130 years.

The magazine is known for its famous yellow border and its extensive use of high-quality photography, but neither of those was present in the early days of National Geographic. The very first issue of the magazine had an extremely plain... more

Handevision Iberit 35mm F2.4 (Leica M-mount)
$640 (~$600 in Fujifilm X / Sony E-mount)

I've been curious about Handevision's small range of Iberit primes since... more