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Something just happened that shocked the hell out of me. I made my first sale on Adobe Stock and was notified that I earned a commission of 18 cents.

First, I want to make it clear from the start that I dont claim to produce world-class photos, nor do I desire to make a living from photography (I’m an aerial cinematographer). My fear is that once money becomes involved, I might lose the incredible enjoyment I get from photography. At various times in my life, its... more

Photo by Max Delsid

The iPhone has dominated Flickr's annual 'top devices' list, representing 54% of the site's top 100 devices in 2017, as well as the majority of the site's 10 top devices list. These figures were published as part of Flickr's end-of-year analysis, in which the platform reveals what cameras are most popular among its users, as... more

NiSi Filters has announced a new variable ND filter that, at least according to the company, does not produce the dreaded X-effect at its most extreme settings. The NiSi Filters Pro Nano 1.5-5-stop Enhance ND-Vario offers between 1.5 stops and 5 stop of density variation to allow for moderate long exposures for stills photographers, and reduced light intensity for videographers needing to control apertures.

The density of the filter is controlled by turning one polarizer against... more

Video Screenshot. Credit: Paul Nicklen

National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen's Instagram account typically features breathtakingly beautiful scenes and stories from around the globe. Whales, penguins, and polar bears make up the brunt of his latest posts, all of them the kinds of photos wildlife photographers dream of capturing.

One of his latest videos, however, is the exact opposite... more

If you easily get motion sickness, you may want to stay away from this short film. Visual storyteller Tim Sessler recently spent 48 hours shooting in New York City with an iPhone 8 and... more

Queens of the Stone Age musician Josh Homme is at the center of controversy this week after he was caught on camera kicking a female photographer in the face in the middle of a concert in Los Angeles this weekend.

Photographer... more

DPReview Awards 2017

Here at DPReview we handle a lot of gear. This year, plenty of amazing cameras, lenses, accessories and other products came through our doors, and we hope you've enjoyed reading about them as much as we've enjoyed writing about and testing them.

We also enjoy arguing about them about which camera is better than which other camera, and which lens is the best, etc. So we've spent the past few days going through this year's products as a team, and ranking our choices... more

Maybe you want better photos in low light. Maybe you're tired of digital zoom. Whatever the reason, if you're looking for a capable, beginner-friendly camera to grow and learn with, we've got you covered.

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The Olympus 17mm F1.2 promises to open up new possibilities for Micro Four Thirds shooters seeking razor-thin depth-of-field and smooth, 'feathered' bokeh. We've had access to one for a little while, and we've been shooting with it both close to home and on the road on an Olympus-... more

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