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Sony A77 II Shooter's Report Part II: Great performance, but is continuous AF up to snuff?
Featured Story 01/28, 17:57 EST It was a long time in the making, but our second and final installment of our Sony A77 II Shooter's Report is here at last. Photographer John Shafer was almost ready to put down his own cash for Sony's latest APS-C A-mount camera, sight unseen, based solely on the specs of the camera. He was quite smitten with the camera in the first part of... (more)
Fujifilm X100T Shooter's Report Part II: Exploring performance, image quality and WiFi functionality
Featured Story 01/28, 13:23 EST In part II of his Fuji X100T Shooter's Report, reviewer Eamon Hickey dives deeper into the functionality and performance of this classic street shooter, with a closer look at both still and continuous autofocus performance. He also explores more about the overall image quality shooters can expect across the ISO range. In addition, Eamon... (more)
‘A Different View’ photo series challenges the social stigmas of pregnancy and motherhood
01/28, 15:37 EST Serbian photographers Dragana Djorović and Jovan Marjanov are looking to make a statement against pregnancy and motherhood stereotypes through their photo series A Different View. In it, they capture mother and model Marijana Jovanović taking part in a number of professions that aren’t often suggested for a woman who’s late into her third... (more)
Mastin Labs Ilford B&W Preset Pack takes film emulation to the next level
01/28, 13:26 EST In the age of digital photography, it’s slightly paradoxical that we look to the past for inspiration on how to bring to life our images of today. Specifically, I’m referring to the trend of using analog-inspired presets to bring character to our otherwise sterile digital images. To some people though, it’s not about format as much as it... (more)
Tips for 'choosing the right light' and getting the perfect exposure every time
01/28, 11:37 EST Travel photographer Brendan van Son has been around the world and back a handful of times in his career. Along the way, he has gathered an incredible collection of photography knowledge. Today, he shares with us a few pointers for choosing the right type of light when taking photographs – particularly architecture images. Standing in... (more)
A look at catch lights and the role they have in portraiture
01/27, 16:26 EST If the eyes are the windows to the soul then what are the windows that are reflected on the eyes? Or the studio lighting equipment for that matter. Whatever they are they’re called Catch Lights. The catch lights that are reflected in the eyes of your subjects can make a big difference in the final impact of your portraits. In fact, one of... (more)
Three college students killed attempting dare-devil selfie in front of moving train
01/27, 13:46 EST Three Indian men, aged 20–22, have been killed in an attempt to capture ‘dare devil’ photos in front of a moving train. The Times of India reports that Yakub, Iqbal and Afzal (no last names were given) have deceased as a result of a photo stunt gone wrong. Police are still working on gathering information about the incident, but are... (more)
Snapchat announces Discover, a new way for brands to share curated photo and video content
01/27, 10:55 EST Today, ephemeral messaging service Snapchat has unveiled its latest creation. It’s called Discover and it’s a new platform that will allow editorial teams across the globe to create and curate photos and videos for Snapchat users. Built around Snapchat’s core ‘Stories’ feature, Discover is a way for brands to curate and distribute snippets... (more)
When should you replace your media cards?
01/26, 14:18 EST In my digital career, I’ve had three CompactFlash cards—that’s the media card containing my photographs—completely die on me. They became unreadable. In two of those cases, I could live without the lost photographs— I either didn’t need them or I could reshoot them. In the other case, I paid close to $2000 for a high-end digital... (more)
Pixels to Paint: Mixing photography and printmaking yields beautiful results
01/26, 13:46 EST To many, a physical print is the final step in the photographic process. But there are those who use photography as only a means to an end, not the end itself. One such individual is Ellen Scobie, a Vancouver-based artist who uses digital photography in tandem with her printmaking background to create beautiful pieces of art. In this four... (more)
BTS of 'Tutu Warrior Photo Shoot': muscular men sport a pink tutu for breast cancer awareness
01/26, 08:49 EST In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October), Seattle-based photographer John Keatley teamed up with Black Rapid to create their own rendition of ‘The Tutu Project’, a photo series that helps raise funds and awareness for breast cancer patients and research. To follow the queue that other Tutu Project images set, the team gathered... (more)
An introduction to 'The Art of Photography'
01/23, 16:26 EST Today I’d like to introduce to you Ted Forbes, the mastermind behind photography podcast and YouTube channel, The Art of Photography. To supplement his podcasts, which are excellent in their own right, Forbes also puts out between one and three videos on his YouTube channel every week. Each of these videos fit perfectly into his... (more)
Breaking News: Sports Illustrated lays off all six of its staff photographers
01/23, 12:57 EST NPPA is reporting that Sports Illustrated has laid off all remaining staff photographers. At approximately noon on Thursday, veteran sports photographers Robert Beck, Simon Bruty, Bill Frakes, David E. Klutho, John W. McDonough and Al Tielemans were notified of the decision. In speaking with NPPA, Sports Illustrated’s director of... (more)
Once again, it's all about the glories of nature - Our December Photo of the Day contest winners revealed!
01/23, 12:04 EST We here in the northern hemisphere don't tend to associate December as the best month for nature photography, but our December Photo of the Day monthly award winners and runners-up tell a different tale. From a gorgeous shot of a wild dolphin by longtime POTD contributor Karen Celella to a whimsical and compelling desert juxtaposition from yet another longtime contributor Judith Sparhawk, this... (more)
Adobe Lightroom 6 will only be available for 64-bit operating systems
01/23, 11:24 EST Adobe has announced that Lightroom 6 and future iterations of their photo management program will only be compatible with 64-bit operating systems. A vast improvement over 32-bit systems, going 64-bit only will allow Adobe to more robustly ‘leverage the latest operating system features and technologies.’ For some, this may seem like an... (more)
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