Photography News

If you are the kind of photographers who likes backing up your images and other data in the cloud, you should have a closer look at the new cloud storage plans that have just been announced by Google.

The new plans are called Google One, and they... more

Renowned sports photographer Neil Leifer has captured some of the most recognizable photos in the history of sports, particularly of Muhammad Ali, one of his long-term subjects. Here’s a fantastic 17-minute video... more

The Tamron 28-75mm F2.8 Di III RXD for Sony FE cameras made a big splash when it was first teased back in February. People were intrigued by its small size and the new Rapid eXtra-silent stepping drive (RXD) AF motor; it even came up in... more

South African photographer Sam Nzima has died. He’s best known for shooting an iconic photo of the apartheid, a photo of Hector Pieterson being carried after being shot by South African police during the Soweto uprising. Nzima was 83.

A family member of Nzima’s... more

My name is Gerald Gattringer, and I’m a photographer based in Austria. I recently built myself a custom star tracker for DSLRs, and it works pretty well! In this article, I’ll share how I did it... more

For the last several years, photographer B.A. Van Sise has been working on a project titled... more

Canon Rumors is reporting some big news if you're in the market for a new 70-200mm lens. According to the rumor site, it's a near certainty that Canon will be debuting two new 70-200mm lenses in early June: the Canon EF 70-200mm F4L IS II, and the Canon EF 70-200mm F2.8L IS III.

Both of the current versionsthe Mark I of the F4L and the Mark II of the F2.8Lare certainly due for an... more

Photographer Henry Stuart has created a 24-hour panoramic timelapse image of London that combines 6,240 raw photographs to form a picture that contains over 7 billion pixels.

Captured through a Nikon D850 and AF-S Nikkor 300mm F2.8 lens using a robotic mount by Nikon-owned robotics company Mark Roberts Motion Control (MRMC), the 155 view presents the city in an incredible amount of detail, with Nikon claiming that you can read... more

Facebook has suspended 10 large groups on its service that were being used by hundreds of thousands of people to game Instagram in hopes of making their photos more popular.

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No matter your attitude towards Apple and its products, it's probably fair to say the company's iPhone ads are among the more visually pleasing and entertaining commercials we get to see on TV or online. And like many recent ads, Apple's latest clip is related to its smartphone's photography capabilities.

The adtitled 'Studio in your pocket'promotes the iPhone X and 8 Portrait Lighting feature. In the ad, a woman pulls out her iPhone to take a selfie in a train station when all sorts... more

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