Photographer Gets an Entire Wedding to Do the Mannequin Challenge
Apparently, total domination isn’t quite good enough for DJI. It’s not enough that the Mavic has received rave reviews, beating the GoPro Karma so badly they started falling out of the sky in embarrassment. Today, DJI revealed two new drones that practically have aerial filmmakers wetting themselves.
Unless you’ve been on an Internet fast for the past week, you’ve probably seen this incredible clip from the upcoming BBC nature documentary Planet Earth II. The harrowing ‘chase scene’ has gone viral online, and now the BBC are giving us a peek at how their crew captured this spectacular footage.
Photographer Christoffer Relander collects landscapes… literally. Using medium format film, he’s capturing some of his favorite landscapes inside mason jars using in-camera double exposures.
Sigma is continuing to extend its Art series with the new 85mm f/1.4. The long-awaited lens received lots of attention when it was first announced at Photokina 2016.
Which popular digital camera produces the most desirable JPEG photos straight-out-of-camera? The folks over at TheCameraStoreTV decided to do a shootout between top models and use a “blind(ish)” test to see which JPEGs photographers prefer.
Jack Morris (@doyoutravel) and Lauren Bullen (@gypsea_lust) are both travel photographers and Instagram’s favorite travel power couple! With a collective following of 2 million people, you can imagine they’ve developed quite a great following! Rightfully so, the work on their accounts are beautiful and they travel quite religiously.
There’s not much to this video that isn’t covered in the headline: a guy attached a GoPro Hero Session to the end of an arrow, shot it at a variety of things and people, and then stabilized the output into some really cool footage.
Last night, talented photographer and MIT researcher Andrea Fanelli went out to capture the epic supermoon we’re currently experiencing, only to arrive at his chosen spot too late for that standard ‘moon over the skyline’ shot. So he got creative… and captured something WAY better in our opinion.
Working in concert with publisher Xavier Barral and writer/scientist Dr. Jean-Baptiste de Panafieu, photographer Patrick Gries has put together a book/photo series packed full of striking black and white photographs of vertebrate skeletons — from tiny creatures to massive elephants, his book Evolution covers a vast swath of vertebrate natural history.
Apple just released a $300 photo book. Titled “Designed by Apple in California,” the sleek white book chronicles the company’s product designs over the past two decades.
How does the camera quality of Apple’s latest flagship smartphone compare to Leica’s high-end digital rangefinders? Respected Japanese street photographer Shin Noguchi decided to find out by shooting the same scenes and then comparing them side-by-side.
Photo scanning smartphone apps, watch out… Google just peed all over your turf. With the release of the new PhotoScan app, the tech giant is swooping in to help people quickly and easily digitize that old box of prints languishing in the attic.
It’s like I hit a wall. Not hit, actually… fell through. And everything on the other side was magic. This past year has been the most creatively transformative year I’ve had since I first picked up a camera.
Canon uses a red ring on its L series lenses to signify quality. Leica just turned an entire lens red. It just unveiled a new limited edition version of the APO-Summicron-M 50 mm f/2 ASPH, the first ever Leica lens to come in a red finish.
Sensor dust is a pain, but it’s also easy to take care of in most images. This quick tutorial from our friends at Sleeklens covers what is probably the most-used method for clearing sensor dust spots in Adobe Lightroom.
If you’re a wildlife photographer, always aiming for more reach without sacrificing sharpness or shutter speed, this is a question you’ve probably asked yourself: Is it better to use a full-frame camera with a teleconverter, or switch to a crop sensor camera instead? Photographer Steve Perry has your answer.
Everybody knows tilt-shift lenses can be used to get a “miniature” effect, but many photographers are oblivious to their other, more traditional applications, and even fewer understand exactly how these lenses work. The folks at LensPro ToGo are here to clear things up.
Seagate has announced the world’s largest capacity mobile drive. The new Backup Plus Portable can store 5TB of data in a small and lightweight case that can easily be carried around in a camera bag.
Last year, journalist Esther Honig published a viral series of images showing how photo retouchers in 27 countries around the world “enhanced” a portrait of her according to their cultural preferences. Inspired by that project, the UK medical website Superdrug Online Doctor just published a similar experiment that explores body image.
If you’re both a photography lover and a Netflix subscriber, there’s some good news for you today: Canon Australia’s Tales By Light TV series is now available through the streaming service.