Google is changing the way that its Android smartphone cameras process darker skin tones in order to address historic problems relating to how people of color are portrayed in photographs.
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Do you wish you could adapt your medium format glass so that you could shoot medium format images on your full frame camera? This adapter does exactly that, giving you all of the high resolution and lens performance that comes with it.
A subject who’s not used to being a model can make for some slightly awkward portraits, so having a stock of ideas that you can use can be very useful — particularly if they are men. Check out these ideas for some natural, relaxed portraits of a reluctant male model.
If you were building your camera system from scratch and had $4,000 to spend to get you started, what would be your choice?
Rather than awarding $40,000 to a single photographer, this year’s W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography is doing something different: it will award five photographers each with $10,000.
What’s the longest exposure you’ve ever taken? Thirty seconds? A few minutes? Check out this camera that shoots a ten million-second exposure of the Sun — depending on how long you leave it tied to your roof.
The rule of thirds has been lapped up by budding photographers for decades. What if it was invented by Pablo Picasso and other fine art masters to destroy everyone else’s artistic potential?
When it comes to editing your landscape images, having a practical approach to what changes you should make can be hugely beneficial. But how can ACDC guide you to the right decisions?
Whisky bottles are a favorite subject for product photographers and this shot adds an interesting twist: the bottle and tumblers are impossibly balanced on one another. How was it achieved?
The different experiences felt when shooting analog compared to digital is well known to photographers, but what is it about film photography that makes it so appealing to the point that ever more of us are picking up second-hand cameras from more than 25 years ago?
Is Nikon winding down its production of DX cameras or is the shortage of bodies available from retailers simply a result of supply chains affected by the global pandemic and a huge factory fire?
25 years ago, Sony unveiled the DSC-F1, a 0.3-megapixel digital stills camera with a rotating lens. Check out this piece of photographic history as Gordon Laing takes it on a quick tour of Brighton.
This week, Twitter finally decided to stop cropping image thumbnails on mobile feeds. While many will welcome this news, Twitter still has a lot of work to do if it wants to become a platform that appeals to photographers.
Leica has unveiled a new L mount zoom lens: the Leica Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-70mm f/2.8 ASPH.
Rumors of a high-resolution full frame camera from Canon have been circulating ever since the arrival of the EOS R back in 2018. New rumors have emerged, along with news of some potential tilt-shift lenses.
Luminar AI offers a very different workflow when compared to Lightroom and Capture One, and one of the biggest differences is probably the speed at which changes can be made, thanks to some intelligent automation. This short video gives you insights into simple techniques that deliver great results.
Several Canon R5 owners are reporting that some of their images are soft as a result of what seems to be the sensor twisting during an exposure, probably as a result of a bug in the IBIS implementation. Have you noticed this phenomenon?
Using vintage lenses is a great way to produce images and footage that is full of character. Here are five great tips to help you get to grips when attaching a piece of history to your shiny new digital camera.
Instagram isn’t as relevant as it once was, largely thanks to freebooting, community accounts, and influencer over-saturation, but for many photographers, it’s still a great way to connect with an audience. How often should you post to get the most engagement?