There's been a bit of an uproar in the wildlife photography community this week. One of the genre's most popular and successful photographers has been called out for turning wildlife into an accessory. What do you make of all this?
If you’ve been struggling for work, an ad has just gone out for what might be your dream job, paying more than $75,000 a year: photographing the U.K. government and its ministers.
When Skykum gave us sky replacement features in Luminar 4 in 2019, it was a breakthrough that didn't require masks and a lot of work. A whole lot of landscape photographers and real estate photographers loved the feature.
Free stock assets are becoming more common, with stock behind large paywalls and one-time fees falling out of favor. Adobe have now launched a library that plays into the budget friendly option.
With the onset of the pandemic and slowdown in production, income from stock photography has become an increasingly important source of revenue for many photographers. Getty Images and iStock have recently announced a new program to provide grants to emerging photographers interested in entering the stock photography market.
Nikon has just announced the second generation of their full-frame mirrorless bodies, updating the Z 6 and Z 7 to Z 6II and Z 7II. These feature updates improve some crucial areas of camera performance, but is it enough to keep them competitive? Check out the features that have changed and decide for yourself.
Today, Canon has announced the EOS M50 Mark II, a follow up to one of its popular vlogging cameras.
Should we call it a monocular? Should we call it a camera? I’m not sure, but I know that it’s an interesting concept as a birdwatcher. The PowerShot ZOOM is an imaginative product that couples telescopic viewing with digital imaging.
The new venture fund of Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian has made its first investment, in that of a disposable camera app. Known as David’s Disposable, users take photos but must wait until 9am the next day to see them, in order to replicate the real effect of getting disposables developed.
The ability to capture aerial photo and video has many uses, and not all of them are commercial in nature. A recent story out of Australia shows us just how useful drones have become for purposes of public safety and surveillance.
Today, Sachtler announced their latest innovation with the aktiv series of fluid heads. Made to replace the popular FSB models, these new products provide faster and more flexible operation.
There has understandably been a lot of chatter about Canon's new mirrorless cameras, but their highest-megapixel cameras are actually two DSLRs: the 5DS and 5DS R. Right now, B&H is offering significantly deep discounts on both cameras, allowing you to pick one up for almost 65% off the normal price.
Among a slew of great updates to their ONE R camera, this is my favorite.
Canon came out swinging in 2020, but their 2021 lens roadmap shows that they were only just getting started, as we can expect a whopping 16 mirrorless lenses, with multiple revolutionary new options and 13 L models.
After landing $10 million in Series A funds, a new app has launched which allows users to hire photographers using an Uber-style system. Initially based in cities and metropolitan areas, a photographer can be booked only hours ahead of when you need them, with some available for hire for as little as $89 each session.
As per Wired, a number of historians are making calls to stop the colorization and modernization of images from decades past. Updating photos to resemble modern eras “obscures” history, they argue.
Photo ops don't always go they way they're supposed to, especially if the photograph is taken in dangerous times. In fact, some of the most famous photographs in history are the product of a re-shoot. Sometimes though, the re-shoot still puts lives at risk.
Canon seems to be on a warpath when it comes to mirrorless cameras and lenses, and it looks like they won't be slowing down anytime soon, as 2021 could bring some of their most impressive lenses yet.
Unknowingly to many Apple iPhone users, the company slowed down devices as the phones got older. A class-action lawsuit sided in the customer's favor and now the tech giant is paying out. Submit your claim today to avoid missing out on your cut of a $500 million settlement.
It’s no secret that IKEA makes full use of CGI for its catalogs, but it has now gone a step further. For its latest campaign, the Swedish furniture giant used a CGI model instead of a human for IKEA Japan’s most recent advert.
For many photographers and videographers, social media is a great way to not only present their work, but also to communicate with current and potential clients. Instagram individually is the largest photo-sharing site in the world, and what happens to these platforms has far-reaching implications for our industry.
The upcoming Luminar AI will now feature templates, which will give the user more control over how the artificial intelligence interprets each individual image.
Sigma has finally updated its 105mm macro lens with its latest announcement. The new mirrorless macro lens that Sigma has produced, is now an Art series lens. This means it now has the build quality and design that many have come to expect from these types of lenses.
Adobe has announced that it will soon be rolling out a new feature for Lightroom and Camera Raw: advanced color grading.
Today, Tamron has announced its latest full-frame E-mount lens, the 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD. Not only is it quite thrifty at $549, it’s also the smallest and lightest telephoto zoom lens available for the Sony mount.
ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2021 is set to launch with a host of new features, including a number of new tools focused on color editing and batch processing. Along with new features, the entire suite has received a boost to performance. Want to see what’s new?