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Fujifilm picked a rough day to make a camera and lens announcement; but have no fear Fuji, we’ve got you!
The 5D Mark IV might be the big release of the day, but it’s certainly not the only news from Canon this Thursday.
It’s quite possibly the most anticipated camera announcement of the year, and it finally happened! Canon has revealed the long-awaited 5D Mark IV, with a new sensor, 4K video, and some interesting ‘Dual Pixel RAW’ capabilities.
Episode 101 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 – Subscribe via iTunes or RSS! Featured: Paul Nisely, Sporting News Director of Photography In This Episode If you subscribe to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast in iTunes, please take a moment to rate and review us and help us move up in the rankings so others interested in photography may find us.
I’m going to preface this by saying that this isn’t a lens review article, there are many photographers better suited for this topic, so if you’re after refraction index comparisons and chromatic aberration charts this article probably isn’t for you.
A compilation of 3 years of “awkward” GoPro clips with narration. That’s all this video is, but it somehow still strikes a chord.
Photography is a presentation medium. At its most basic, a photograph is simply a means to communicate an idea to an audience.
As portrait projects go, Dylan Hamm‘s series Naked Faces is strange… and creative. He shot two passport-style headshots of 43 different strangers—one with, and one without any clothes on.
Unless you have the dough to get a lab scanner, it is a painful process to scan your own film. Luckily one day all the photo labs dumped their Pakon F-135 to the market, and I remember you could get one for ~$250 a pop.
Disclaimer: This ain’t a guide to Pokemon Go. 1. Everybody Starts Somewhere By the time I began my Pokemon Go journey, others much more experienced than I was had been levelling up their characters and Pokemon.
Watch out Nikon, that 105mm f/1.4 might not be such a “novel” lens forever. The latest lens in what has been called “a never ending parade of optical formulas” from Tamron is a 115mm f/1.4 VC patent that’s bound to get some portrait photographers’ hearts pumping.
Wedding photographer Jasmine Star is probably still recovering from the first slew of plagiarism accusations leveled against her in 2013; however, it seems the saga is entering Episode II.
Mahmoud Raslan’s photograph of “the boy in the ambulance” from Aleppo has struck a chord with viewers in a way that we haven’t seen since Nilüfer Demir’s image of 3-year old refugee Alan Kurdi in 2015.
We definitely suggest reading this particular rumor with the mouse in one hand and a salt shaker in the other.
It might sound like a provocation, but it’s not. Notice the little difference: I am not asking if you have got the brains for street photography, I am asking if you have got the brain for it.
Three more photos that allegedly show the Hasselblad-branded camera add-on (or ‘MotoMod’) for the MotoZ and MotoZ Force phones have surfaced, giving us a closer look at the next partnership between a smartphone maker and a major camera brand.
If you like using Drop It Modern‘s photography backdrops, we’ve got good news for you: they sell those same patterns as wallpaper.
Edelkrone’s motto, lately, seems to be: “Why not? Let’s give it a shot!” It’s the spirit behind products like their StandPLUS, the “reinvented tripod”, and the strange-but-probably-useful Povie smartphone necklace mount.
The hardest part of a 365 project is the first week. Actually, maybe it’s the first two-three weeks. It’s the period between introducing something new into your life and then making that thing a habit.
Here’s a quick how-to that will probably come in handy sometime down the road for every portrait photographer.