They say never to work with animals, but that’s one piece of advice photographer Grace Chon is paying no mind to. She’s just released new images from Hairy, the adorable photo series which [illustrates] dogs before and after they’ve been groomed.
One of the Internet’s most notorious platforms for pornographic images has announced plans to prohibit all nudity and images of an adult nature. Tumblr, a predominant blogging site used by many photographers, will implement the changes on December 17.
A photographer has outed Samsung after she caught them using her photo to demonstrate the alleged capabilities of their new Galaxy A8 Star. What’s more, in the post she wrote about it on DIYPhotography, she revealed the photo in question was taken with a DSLR.
Wildlife photographer Simon Dell has made the most of the wildlife inhabiting his garden by assembling a village in which his resident mice can live and play, providing them with such amenities has provided him with the opportunity to snap some closeup portraits.
An image taken by a photographer whom was documenting the scenes as tear gas was launched by the U.S. Border Patrol, is dividing opinion. The photo has been widely circulated this week, but some are claiming they have proof it was staged.
Actor Cole Sprouse, noted for his roles in the CW’s "Riverdale," and Disney’s "The Suite Life," is the photographer behind the new clothing campaign of a huge UK store. The series, shot in California, takes on a 50s theme.
Instagram has announced new plans to crack down on fake accounts, likes, and comments. The company claims to have new tools in place identifying those using services and apps to boost their follow count and overall social engagement.
A new speed camera has been unveiled in Britain. The country’s biggest, it can catch drivers out from over 1,000 meters away (over half a mile), and the lens it uses to do so is a Canon 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS telephoto zoom lens.
An image editor reminiscent of Photoshop has been released, but it's free of charge and without the requirement of a download. Its sole creator, Ivan Kutskir, claims to have spent 7,000 hours creating and developing the program.