Three Lenses in One: Canon Patents 400mm Lens with 2 Extenders Inside
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.
Starting about 40 years ago, photographer Chris Porsz began shooting street portraits of strangers he met in his hometown of Peterborough in England. For the past few years, Porsz has been tracking down those subjects and asking them to pose for recreations of those decades-old photos. The ambitious project is titled Reunions.
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.
Photographer Jessica Dyer pointed her iPhone 6S at a hummingbird feeder and captured this beautiful slow-motion footage of a hummingbird stopping by for a quick drink. The clip was shot in 720p at 240fps.
This past Monday, the world was treated to the largest “supermoon” since January 26, 1948. If you’re wondering how the supermoon compared to an average appearance of the moon in the sky, check out photographer Philippe Moussette’s comparison photos above.
Renowned travel photographer Bob Holmes says he shoots in a “National Geographic style.” A style that he describes as not about the photographer, but about the subject; a style that is graphic, and features a strong use of color. And in this video, he shares some tips that will help you capture some of that iconic style in your photos as well.
Fujifilm recently put its new GFX 50S medium format mirrorless camera in the hands of French photographer Philippe Marinig for a natural light photo shoot in Kyoto, Japan. In the 2.5-minute Fuji video above, Marinig had positive things to say about shooting handheld with the camera.
We’ll forgive you if you’ve never heard of Mifuneyama Rakuen. The Japanese park—home to 200,000 azaleas and 2,000 cherry trees—isn’t famous. What it is, is gorgeous, as French photographer Jordy Meow recently captured from both sky and ground.
My name is Nick Fancher and I’m a portrait and commercial photographer who specializes in lighting, specifically with the use of small flash in unconventional locations.
A week and a bit ago I was in Falmouth, on stage, in front of maybe a bit less than 100 or so students. It was Tuesday, around 2pm. I felt oddly calm and eager. They looked expectedly unenthusiastic.
No glass? No problem! At least that’s Hitachi’s goal. The Japanese company has announced development of a lensless camera that uses moire fringing and math instead of a lens to capture images. What’s more, those images can be focused after you take the shot.
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.
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.
“The Blue Moment” is the latest photo series by Hong Kong-based photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagreze. His goal was to capture his city during the beautiful and “fleeting time between day and night when a mystical blue veil envelops the city” — a time commonly referred to by photographers as “blue hour.”
This might be one of those few times when the word “epic” applies. For her latest newsworthy feat, celebrity wedding photographer Suzanne Delawar managed to get an entire wedding—wedding party and guests—to stand perfectly still several times for the #mannequinchallenge.
If you’re a Polaroid camera lover, you definitely need to check out MiNT’s latest creation. The classic camera purveyor just unveiled the special edition SLR670-S Noir, a Polaroid SX-70 dressed in black and gold and upgraded to offer a ton more control over the photos you’re taking.
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.
Google scientists are brewing technology that could one day help you to “enhance!” photos with sharper results than current software on the market. Called RAISR, the system uses machine learning for intelligent upscaling.
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.
Episode 125 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast.
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