The kind of photography I do begins as a moment of theft. Finding the scene, finding your angle, and stealing the moment for yourself.
Photo editing startup Polarr has launched a new app for iOS called Picky. Using artificial intelligence, Picky not only selects your best iPhone photos, but it’ll automatically touch them up for you too.
Fotodiox sells a wide range of adapters for using lenses and cameras of different mounts, but one particular adapter is causing a major headache for both photographers and the company.
Liberia-born and Los Angeles-based fashion model Deddeh Howard wants to promote more racial diversity in fashion advertising.
In addition to announcing Lightroom CC 2015.8 today, Adobe also launched version 2.6 of Lightroom for iOS.
The Chinese gear manufacturer Yongnuo made a splash a couple of years ago by launching a thrifty clone of the Canon 50mm f/1.4.
Affinity Photo version 1.5 has just been released. It’s the single biggest app update to the Photoshop competitor since it was released for Mac in 2015.
“Yet to an obsessive his obsession always seems to be of the nature of things and so is not recognized by what it is.” Those words, written by art critic John Berger in his book Ways of Seeing, annotate one part of his understanding of the history of oil paintings: it’s obsessive tendencies toward showmanship of what one has, and the relationship between property and art.
Adobe just announced its latest update to Lightroom CC. Aside from new camera support and performance improvements, the main feature found in version 2015.8 is the introduction of the new Reference View.
TIME magazine revealed this week that President-elect Donald Trump has been selected as its Person of the Year.
Episode 131 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 – Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play or RSS!
Light.co—makers of the 16-module L16 camera that purports to put 52-megapixel DSLR quality in your pocket—get a lot of questions about how exactly their wonder-cam will work.
One of my passions in life is travel. I love to travel, experience new cultures, try new foods, meet new people and, of course, take photos while I’m traveling.
Don’t let the Photoshopped facades fool you, creatives of all stripes deal with depression. That’s the topic of this short-but-important video by Rob of Rob & Jonas’ Filmmaking Tips.
A lot of the time when we’re shooting with flash photography in a big white studio, our portrait images can appear a little stark or cold.
Photographer Tyson Haslam recently built himself a giant do-it-yourself camera for shooting large format photos on X-Ray film.
When we’ve shared Michael Shainblum‘s work in the past, it’s usually been a timelapse or tutorial. But the photographer and filmmakers has continued to evolve creatively, and RISE is his debut into the world of aerial videography.
Today’s RAW support update from VSCO isn’t the only thing the film emulation and photography presets company had up their sleeve.
Every photographer should photograph a cancer patient at some point in his/her life. It teaches you how little of a person you are and how you’re but one character in the story of life.
VSCO’s app for iOS is a go-to for many mobile photographers, and this week it’s getting an important update: RAW support.