Photography Blogs & Tutorials

Created in Bolivia in 2023, these two images were made with the ambitious intention of having a diptych representing opposite moments, giant Sunset & giant Moonset: Two moments outlining the perimeters of the night. Same location, same focal length, same creators. 12h or so apart between the two images, and only a few seconds to […]

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Blackmagic Design just released a new update for its popular editing program, Davinci Resolve. Version 18.6.4 adds support for promising new transcription tools, Blackmagic RAW SDK 3.6, general workflow features, and many bug fixes. Transcribing entire bins If you edit documents or shows with a lot of dialogue, this new feature might be the best […]

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Single 8mm is the lesser-known cousin of the popular Super 8mm format. It was Japanese company Fujifilm’s answer to Kodak’s Super 8. Fujifilm hasn’t made Single 8 film since 2012, though, and there are still a lot of cameras out there. Jenny List has been tackling this issue by designing her own Single 8 film […]

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Does your favorite restaurant not have pictures on their Uber Eats page? You might want to recheck it, as Uber Eats started to fill missing images with AI-generated ones. Automatically. Without checking their results. As you can expect, the results are between slightly uncanny and downright hilarious. This incident exploded on Twitter/X when user Online […]

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If you're somebody who likes to take film photographs, you know the satisfaction you get from a film photo that you just don't feel when you use digital. Just imagine seeing the first photo you get out of a camera you designed and built yourself!

The process of designing and building a camera may seem daunting, but with a little patience and the help of this guide and some further reading, you'll be able to do it. You can use this information to figure out what you want to... more

In a groundbreaking study, researchers in Japan have reconstructed images from human brain activity using artificial intelligence. While this isn't the first study of this kind, it is the first that managed to reconstruct images without the subject looking at them. In other words only their thought was enough, and AI achieved an astonishing accuracy of over 75%!

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This is an interesting and very useful-looking tool. It’s called the Jupio x Pr1me Gear Tri-Charge, and it’s a triple battery charger for Nikon, Canon and Sony mirrorless cameras. But it’s not just a charger. It’s also memory card storage, and it can even act as a power bank. I’m amazed it’s taken somebody this […]

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Travel photography blog Capture the Atlas has published the winners of the contest every aurora enthusiast loves: The Northern Lights Photographer of the Year. Like every year, this gorgeous gallery has been published in December because it coincides with the Northern Lights season. There isn't only "one aurora to rule them all," but the contest recognizes 25 images as the winners, and we bring you a selection I'm sure you'll enjoy.

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7Artisans’ upcoming lens is their most exciting product in, well, ever. The 7Artisans 24-96mm T/2.9 is an impressively fast 4X zoom lens for super 35 image sensors. If you want a cinema lens and don’t feel like paying a fortune for a cinema lens from Canon, this lens is an exciting option. The 7Artisans 24-96mm […]

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How Do I Do That In Photoshop? 2nd Edition by Scott Kelby

Scott is back with a totally updated and revised new edition of his bestselling book. Here’s how this book works: When you need to know how to do a particular thing in Photoshop, you turn to the chapter where it would be found (Layers, Printing, Masking, Special Effects, etc.), find the thing you need to do (it’s easy; each page covers just one single topic), and Scott tells you exactly how to do it just like he... more