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D600 Owners form Class Action Lawsuit

According to Nikon Rumors, D600 owners might have an opportunity to seek compensation for their defective Nikon D600 camera. The law firm Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein is currently seeking plaintiffs in the case that will be filed in the US. We showed you a time-lapse test for dust and oil accumulation on the D600 (seen here) way back when, and it became apparent that the oil and dust issue was pretty extreme, showing up after only 500 actuations.

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What Do You Have For Your Photographic EDC?

EDC (everyday carry) items have always intrigued me. What people carry with them on a daily basis says a lot about who they are. Not to mention it’s a great way to discover those can’t-live-without items I never knew I needed. So I’m curious (and I know you are too): What do photographers carry with them on a day to day basis? [more]

The Funniest Client Request I Will Have All Year. I Hope.

They are out there. Lurking in the shadows and deep recesses of the internet where common sense is not welcome and logic has yet to be invented. I am speaking of course about every small business owner’s worst nightmare. The potential client that has no potential. Nothing I had encountered before could prepare me for the hilarious email I received one fine Monday morning. [more]

(Graphic) National Geographic Live! : Photographing Africa’s Wildest Beasts

Photographer Michael “Nick” Nichols is a National Geographic veteran and one of the best wildlife photographers working today. In this episode of National Geographic Live!, his imagery and stories about Africa’s elephants and lions will both break and warm your heart. In his own words, Nichols tells his stories behind the already fantastic magazine stories – ranging from the disgusting aftermath of ivory poachers to the cute and cuddly playfulness of lion cubs [more]

Women React To Being Photoshopped As Cover Models

Flawless models and perfect-looking celebrities are all around us. We see their perfect bodies on magazine covers and their smooth skin on ads and billboards. Girls today grow up having a distorted view on what ‘Beauty’ really is, and many of them aspire to look like the photoshopped version of the famous people they love – flawless and perfect. Check out this video of ‘real’ women react to being photoshopped into cover girls with flawless bodies and perfect skin, the way they always wanted to look like. [more]

Miley Cyrus Bares All (NSFW)

We’ve been on the Miley Cyrus & Terry Richardson train before. We’ve seen the photos and the over-exposed whitewalls, but what we haven’t seen is class. Miley posed for Mario Testino  in the most recent issue of German Vogue & Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott for W magazine in sexual, but glamorous ways.

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The Color Run Responds in Regards to Suing College Photographer

In case you have not heard, earlier today, we published “The Color Run Sues College Photographer After He Asks for Compensation for Image” in which we shared a crazy story told by the photographer, Maxwell Jackson. To sum it up, in case you decide not to visit the link, Jackson took photos for one of the The Color Run’s events in 2012 with his college group. [more]

World Press Photo Announces 2014 Contest Winners

The 57th World Press 2014 Photo Contest received 98,671 photographs from over 5,000 photographers, covering over 130 nationalities to compete for nine categories with just 54 positions for recognition. The World Press Photo of the Year goes to John Stanmeyer and the image seen above, Signal. Talk about the competition!
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Instagram – Tips & Tricks for Small Businesses

If you know Katelyn James – you’ll know that she has enormous talent, but more importantly, she has an enormous heart for photographers and her clients! Photographers from across the United States come to Richmond, Virginia to take advantage of her information filled, intimate workshops and coaching sessions. She is an expert in branding and building a community with her brides. [more]

[UPDATED] The Color Run Sues College Photographer After He Asks for Compensation for Image

[The Color Run and Maxwell Jackson have come to a joint resolution since this article was published. For more info scroll to the bottom of this post for links to their site which has up to date posts on the entire situation.]

“The Best, the Biggest…The Happiest 5k on the Planet” is how the Color Run likes to describe itself to its 2.6 million Facebook fans. But don’t let that fool you. The company is suing 21 year old photographer, Maxwell Jackson, because he claims they used his photo illegally. Say what? [more]

Jonas Peterson’s Post-Processing “Special Sauce”

Jonas Peterson, superstar wedding photographer, recently wrote a blog post on his site revealing his post-prossesing secrets. After being recognized as one of the top ten wedding photographers in 2011 by American Photo Magazine and being featured on Frame Network’s Film Season 2, Jonas is ready to share the secret to his stunning edits. [more]

An Ode to Spinsterhood: Suzanne Heintz’s “Life Once Removed” Series

This is just the perfect series of photographs to share on Valentine’s day.  Suzanne Heintz’s series, “Life Once Removed,” was born of frustration; a frustration with the perception that as a single adult woman her time was continually running out and that she was somehow abnormal or missing out by not having a ring on her finger. [more]

The Looky Loo: A New Way To Make Kids Look At Your Camera

If you are a photographer specializing in kids and baby photography, or if you’re just using your talents to shoot your own kids and family members, this product may interest you. Young kids have a very short attention span, and it’s not always easy to get them to look directly to your camera. The ‘Looky Loo‘ is a new product trying to solve this issue in a very simple way. [more]

Photographer Takes You Behind the Scenes of Playboy Fashion Shoots (NSFW)

In his first ever published book Behind The Scenes, photographer Patrick Van Dam creates thoughtful juxtapositions out of snapshots taken behind the scenes on playmate photo-shoots. According to Van Dam’s website there are “over 150 photos of unexpected, undirected and natural responses; humor, disillusionment, absurdism and vulnerability in an erotic setting.” [more]

Another Beautiful Look into Sigma’s Manufacturing in Aizu, Japan

Last year Sigma released “Sigma Aizu,” an unexpectedly captivating video showing how the company manufactures their products. It was not only a rare look into the process, but also done in such way that mirrors Sigma’s recent change in their attention to detail and love of the craft. Part 2 was just released, and it matches the artistic integrity of the original. [more]

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