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The release of RED’s new Hydrogen One holographic smartphone is drawing ever closer. We’ve known about its modular connectivity through the pogo pins on the back, but very little has been said about what they’re for. It’s been suggested that we’d perhaps see battery packs or small camera modules to use “real” lenses and that […]

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Everyone is a photographer. We all love to use our phones, tablets, or cameras to take photos. What’s more, we all share them and publish them for the world to see. This phenomenon has changed photography and photographers.

Not so long ago you needed to have a camera to be able to take a photo, there was no other way. Before the explosion of social media sites hit the internet is was decidedly more difficult to get your pictures published.

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Most of the photographers are very selective about what they put in the portfolio, and thats understandable you only want to show your best work. But what about those photos you wouldnt really consider your best? Should you just delete them? In this video, Chelsea Northrup shares her view on taking and keeping even […]

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We should be used to it by now, but it’s always sad to see the magazines we love disappear. Just last year, Popular Photography magazine closed after 80 years of business. And today, the 45-year print-business veteran Shutterbug announced that they will no longer publish their print magazine as well. However, it’s not all bad […]

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It’s always interesting to see how those who have some kind of actual construction skill tackle photography related projects. For example, if any of us needed a lightbox for a small product shoot, we may typically venture off toward Amazon. Or we might be impatient and want to build ourown, so we grab a cardboard […]

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There’s been a lot of buzz regarding the X-T100 lately, especially when Fujifilm EU accidentally leaked its full specs not long ago. Today, we finally get a glimpse of what the new camera might look like. Nokishita just leaked photos of the X-T100, and it seems to share a similar design with the X-T20. At […]

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Instagram recently began testing a Mute button, and now its been rolled out. From now on, you can mute anyone you dont really wanna follow without having to go through the whole why did you unfollow me? conversation. While this can certainly be a useful feature, it can potentially be a double-edged sword if you […]

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The one certainty in photography is that the closer we get to our subjects, the shallower our depth of field becomes. If we’re shooting with a macro lens, we have the option to stop our lens all the way down to increase the depth of field. Sometimes this can be enough to give us what […]

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Google twitted on Monday that it will soon allow people to react to Google Photos with hearts and stars, effectively establishing a social media aspect to the photo storage platform. So, does this mean the tech giant now wants to compete with Facebook and Instagram? Coming soon, you can give some love to the photos […]

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