There's nothing worse for a photographer than having their gear stolen. The question is, what can you do if you find your precious items being resold on eBay?
Articles written by Paul Parker
It's that time of year when we learn the color of the year for 2024. Which color was chosen, and why does it matter to photographers?
USB cables are not all made equal. In the most extreme cases, cheap cables can fry your electronics or even lead to fire. Here's what you need to know before you pick up another USB cable.
Having a completely portable office with multiple screens will revolutionize how you shoot on location. The good news is that this particular set-up is easy and it doesn't have to break the bank.
MacBook Pro computers have been the industry standard laptop for many years now. These machines usually cost a small fortune but can be found much cheaper if you're willing to do a bit of detective work.
If you purchase memory cards or USB flash drives online, there is a growing risk that they might be counterfeit. Here's how you can test the authenticity of your storage devices in a matter of a few clicks.
Do you love camera gear? Have you recently come into a large sum of money you don't know how to spend? How about the opportunity to own one of the world's most expensive cameras ever sold at auction?
Fancy exchanging your camera for one that shoots on floppy disks instead? You may actually be surprised by the images made on this retro camera.
Many photographers view AI image creators as harmless tools, believing there's nothing to be concerned about. However, some argue that these AI systems have the potential to replace most photographers sooner than we think, and I have to agree.
If your dream camera doesn't exist, it might be time to craft one yourself. Here's how to hack a GoPro into a multi-use camera.
Photographers have been frustrated by Instagram's mysterious algorithms and how their work isn't seen by as many people anymore. Now, for the first time ever, Instagram has revealed how these algorithms work and how best to take advantage of them.
As new technology emerges, file formats like JPEG, PNG, and TIFF may no longer be the best options for photographers. Let's take a look at some potential replacements.
There's nothing worse for a photographer's productivity than a cluttered desktop. This is why adding a cheap mini monitor to your existing setup may be a good idea.
Whenever a camera setup comes along that looks a little crazy, my interest is always piqued. The big question with these inventions is whether they are just gimmicks or potentially the next big thing in photography.
A cheap, vintage-looking lens that you can make at home sounds too good to be true, right? Thankfully, for us, a new camera lens is just a few easy steps away.
The photoshoot of a lifetime just landed in your inbox, but there's a major snag. You can only bring one small bag of gear with you. What makes the cut and what doesn't?
Good lights can make all the difference in the quality of work you can produce as a photographer. If you've never heard of a self-inflating light, then today might be the day you add one to your camera bag.
Would you use a camera tripod that costs as little as $8.50? Let's see what you get when you buy the cheapest tripod on Amazon.
Artificial intelligence is everywhere, from editing photos to writing text, to generating "photos" out of thin air. This technology is going to revolutionize every facet of the world, and photographers need to be ahead of the curve or risk being left behind permanently.
A $150 DIY camera that is capable of capturing 489-megapixel images sounds too good to be true, right? Let's take a look at how this thing is built and the pictures you can expect to get from it.