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Here’s something you may not have known about the 1800s wet plate collodion photography process: it can make certain tattoos disappear in photos. It’s a curious phenomenon that photographer Michael Bradley... more

One of the barriers to entry for people interested in trying film photography is the challenge of getting film processed. Finding a convenient lab can be tricky and pricey, and developing at home can be messy and laborious. Designer... more

London-based filmmaker Frederic van Strydonck made this creative short film titled Spltch, which teleports the viewer to different locations through taking dips below the water’s surface. Everything was shot... more

There are quite a few unusual photo printing ideas that have emerged over the years, but photographer... more

Godox Photo Equipment has announced a new addition to its growing lineup of wireless strobes, the Godox AD400Pro.

As its name suggests, the AD400Pro is a 400WS wireless strobe with a maximum high speed sync speed of 1/8000th of a second. It uses Godox's 2.4GHz Wireless X System... more

Sigma has been crushing the competition with its Global vision line up. The combination of no-compromise image quality and a fair price is creating havoc in the Canon and Nikon camps. And the recent launch of Sony E-mount lenses will surely disturb Sonys first-party glass business (and will also drive Sonys mirrorless business by providing true 3rd party lens support... more

Turkish wedding photographer Onur Albayrak is being hailed as a hero this week after the photographer... more

The instant camera market has taken off in recent years and there are a lot of great options ranging from around $60 all the way up to several hundred dollars. Over the course of many fun weekends, we've shot with virtually all all of them, to find out which is the best. Below is a breakdown of the 4 instant formats:

Instant formatManufacturerImage sizeShot per... more

There's an old axiom in filmmaking which states that an audience will forgive a poor quality picture, but not poor quality sound. This week, Chris and Jordan bring in an audio pro to discuss different types of microphones, how to position them, and to demonstrate how a cheap microphone positioned correctly will outperform an expensive model placed incorrectly.

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