Watch an SLR Camera Get Sliced in Half by a 60,000 PSI Waterjet
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.
GoPro announced a total recall of its new Karma drone yesterday, saying that the drone may lose power mid-flight and fall out of the sky. That’s exactly what owner Nicholas Kulick captured a few days ago in the 1-minute video above: his drone lost power and nearly fell on someone’s head.
Camera companies often slice cameras and lenses in half to show off the inner workings at trade shows. If you’re wondering how the slicing is done, check out the 3-minute video above that shows a Canon EOS ELAN 7E 35mm SLR getting cut in half by a 60,000 PSI waterjet.
A trip last weekend to the iconic Death Valley Racetrack Playa has left me with a burning need to write, and unfortunately it is because of the worst kind of people.
This feature could be huge for wedding photographers. In the tutorial above, photographer Gary Fong shows you how the Sony a6300’s “Face Registration” feature can recognize up to 8 faces, prioritize them, and focus on the top priority face later… even in a crowd.
One of the most highly regarded Photoshop alternatives is now available on Windows. Affinity Photo today launched its free public beta for Windows users, allowing anyone to download the popular pro photo editing software.
While shooting recently in Kamchatka, Russia, Dutch photographer Tomas van der Weijden captured this remarkable photo of an erupting volcano and a streaking meteor being reflected in a lake.
Snapchat’s new Spectacles camera glasses just went on sale today. Instead of offering them through an online store, however, Snapchat is selling them through pop-up “Snapbot” vending machines that show up in various locations for a single day.
Over at Adobe MAX 2016, Adobe gave a sneak peek of a new technology they’re brewing called SkyReplace. The feature makes it extremely easy to replace the sky and look of a photo with just a few clicks and zero Photoshop knowledge. You can watch it in action in the 5-minute demo above.
The Chicago Cubs finally won the World Series last night after 108-year drought. But what has some photojournalists talking are the cover photos published by two of Chicago’s biggest newspapers, the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Sun-Times.
A .22 caliber bullet moving at 1,200 feet per second slices through an apple in the classic high-speed shot. This photo was created recently by Nasser Albahri at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT).
Here’s a little bit of comic relief on a day when about half the US population is in dire need a bit of comic relief.
One of the most difficult things in photography is to stay motivated and inspired. I know that I’ve personally hit “photographer’s block” many times in my career.
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.
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.
New Zealand motorsports photographer Dirk Klynsmith was assaulted and knocked unconscious this weekend while covering the ITM Auckland SuperSprint in Pukekohe. Fortunately, the whole incident was caught on camera by another photographer, and the responsible party has been identified.
South African photographer Ursula Tocik started her career shooting weddings. In October 2012, Tocik’s life and career took an unexpected turn when she suffered two massive strokes that paralyzed the left side of her body.
Oops. The upcoming Hollywood blockbuster “Arrival” starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner is getting some unwanted attention this week. Nobody is talking about the plot or the CGI or the actors, instead they’re talking about the big fat Photoshop fail they made in one of their movie posters.
Nikon today announced the D5600, an entry-level DSLR that replaces the D5500, which was Nikon’s first touchscreen DSLR when it was announced in January 2015.
Deal alert! A pre-paid annual subscription to Adobe’s Creative Cloud Photography plan is currently deeply discounted over at Amazon. Instead of paying $119 for a year of Photoshop CC and Lightroom (~$10/month), you can buy a year for just $89 (~$7.42/month) — a savings of 25%.