Photography News

When we finished our teardown of the a7R III, we didnt anticipate just how badly people wanted to see the new camera bodys weather sealing.

This may seem like a no-brainer since weather sealing is something avid Sony mirrorless camera shooters like myself are pining for (not that its stopped my A6000 from weathering the occasional shower). But, the truth is that the a7R III is not... more

One of the windiest nights Ive ever taken pictures turned into perhaps the single most rewarding and frightening landscape photography experience of my life. I was on the Mesquite Sand Dunes in Death Valley, a place I had visited twice in the past, though under much tamer conditions.

This night, the gusts of wind were far greater than I had seen before, and they kicked up a layer of sand that made for amazing sunset photos. But as the day came to a close, it was clear I had... more

With smartphones, image processing is as importantif not more importantthan the camera hardware components themselves, which is why the chipset is a crucial element in the imaging pipeline. Most Android smartphones come equipped with Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipsets, and the company has just unveiled its latest top-end product, the Snapdragon 845.

We will probably see... more

Researchers from theUniversity of Illinois have managed to create a new camera called the Mantis Cam that can see polarized light. This technology provides possible solutions for everything from unlocking the mysteries of the underwater world to early cancer detection.

The research was published in the journal... more

Photographer Josselin Cornou recently got his hands on a Kipon EF-GFX adapter and Tamron 15-30mm F2.8 lens, which he couldn't wait to slap onto his Fujifilm GFX-50S. But what to shoot? So he hopped into a car and headed up to Thredbo in the Snowy Mountains of Australia... with a $6,500 camera... what the worst that could happen!?

Cue Murphy's law.

As fate would have it, Josselin and his expensive new gear got caught... more

Portrait of the photographer

Film nostalgia in photography might be all the rage today it seems a lot of people are hungry for that 'organic, analog look' but for Seattle photographer Sofi Lee, nostalgia for vintage digital compacts is a lot more fun. And it's the limitations of these cameras that help to set Sofi's professional work apart from the crowd.

Lee only graduated... more

The fixed prime lens camera market may be a bit niche, but it's here that you'll find some of the best cameras you can buy. Sensors ranging from APS-C to full-frame are designed to match their lenses, which cover ranges from 28-75mm equivalent, so image quality is top-notch.

Here’s a tip for the digital age: if you’re commissioned with $15,000 to create a public art installation in a large city, don’t steal photos from the Internet and pretend they’re your own. That’s the mistake one well-known artist in Canada recently made, sparking a good deal of controversy and embarrassment.

A couple of years ago, Calgary artist... more

MicroSD storage expansion slots are a feature that is slowly but surely disappearing from high-end smartphones, with "cloud-focused" smartphone manufacturers such as Google or Apple leading the pack. However, at least Samsung users can stop worrying about a lack of expandable storage in the near future, because the built-in storage in their devices should... more

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