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Through his most famous characters lips, Arthur Conan Doyle once lamented There is nothing new under the sun. But he was wrong. Because I recently saw a photograph that was so utterly unique and awe-inspiring that it instantly froze the Lucky Charms-laden spoon that had been traveling toward my waiting craw. Id just seen my first milk bath portrait, and never again would I be the same.

A quick Google search brought me to... more

Ilene Karlsberg-Gerstein of Clermont, Florida, was driving down the road last Wednesday when she came across two sandhill cranes dancing with each other. After she pulled out her phone to shoot video of the scene, Karlsberg-Gerstein found that the cranes were dancing beautifully to the song playing in her car, “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran.

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Just a week after we came across leaked images of the lens, Samyang has unveiled its latest Sony autofocus lens, the AF 24mm F2.8 FE.

Samyang calls the lens tiny but wideand rightly so. This lens weighs just 93g and measures 37mm from front to back... more

North Korean dictator Kim Jung-un is in Singapore this week for Tuesday’s summit with President Trump, and of all the photos that have emerged of his visit so far, there’s a curious one that has captured the world’s attention today: Kim Jung-un’s very first selfie.

Kim has been visiting tourist attractions in the Southeast Asian island country. On Monday night, Kim and Singaporean foreign minister Vivian Balakrishnan stopped on Jubilee Bridge at... more

Samyang has just announced the Samyang/Rokinon 24mm f/2.8 full frame lens for Sony FE-mount cameras, which follows in the footsteps of the Samyang 35mm f/2.8 that was announced in the middle of 2017.

The new Samyang AF 24mm f/2.8 FE features fast, quiet, and accurate autofocusing and is designed to be an everyday lens you keep mounted on... more

Perhaps the most viral photo on the Internet over the past few days has been this shot of President Trump and other world leaders at the G7 Summit between the heads of the world’s 7 largest economies.

Germany’s View

The photo was captured by Germany’s Official Federal Government photographer,... more

How does a $20 work light from a hardware store compare to a $900 studio strobe when it comes to food photography? Photographer Skyler Burt of... more

Last updated: June 11, 2018

Whether you want a compact camera for a trip to the beach or ski resort - or maybe just something that the kids won't break - there are plenty of waterproof, rugged cameras available at a variety of price-points.

All of the cameras in our group are waterproof, freezeproof and dustproof, while a few are also crushproof. With the exception of the SeaLife DC2000, the cameras have zoom lenses in the 4X-5X range, while the DC2000 has a fixed, 31mm... more

Every photographer knows about APS-C sensors, but what about APS film? This week, Chris and Jordan take a stroll down memory lane and try out the original APS format, short for 'Advanced Photo System', a technology that promised to streamline the film workflow, but which ultimately lost out to digital technology. Tune in to see what made APS so interesting, and whether 15-year-old expired film is still up to the task.

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The Difficulty of Shooting in Direct Sun

A lot of the times when youre shooting in direct sun, its very harsh on your subjects face. Many people try not to put themselves in this situation because of it. Sometimes you have no choice, or maybe you like the location a lot so you have to put up with the challenge.

Without any equipment, the sun can create harsh shadows and an unflattering look on your talent.

Find Shade

One solution is to find shade. Somewhere that will cover... more