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Testing Out a Rosco Gel Kit for Creative and Colorful Photographic Lighting


I received a Rosco Gel kit a week ago, and after a few tests I can say I really love using all the awesome colors for my photography.

Check Out the Nikon D900’s Ridiculous 83x Zoom


Earlier this month, we shared a video showing the incredible reach of the Canon SX60, a superzoom compact camera with a 65x lens.

Beastgrip Pro is a Versatile Lens Adapter and Camera Rig for Smartphone Shooters


Back in 2013, Vadym Chalenko successfully raised nearly $40,000 to launch a product called the Beastgrip, the first universal lens adapter and camera rig for smartphones.

Apple Invents a Camera with 3 Sensors and a Prism That Splits Light


The camera on smartphones is one of the main selling points these days, and Apple is working hard to push its iPhone camera ahead of the pack.

A Lonely Rain Cloud Giving Water Back to the Sea


Huw Alexander Ogilvie was flying over the Pacific Ocean in 2005 when he shot this peculiar photograph of a lone cloud dumping rain onto the world.

Should We Listen To ‘Critics’ or Show Them The Door?


(The Roosevelt quote above is one of my all time favorites. I have a couple of copies of it and one is on the wall next to my cluttered, USB encrusted desk.) Ahhh… the world of the artist.

Amazon Announces Unlimited Photo Storage for Just $12 a Year


Amazon has just dropped a huge bomb on the file storage industry by announcing two new unlimited cloud storage subscription plans.

A First Glimpse of Canon’s Small 4K Camera


Canon has long been rumored to have a small 4K camera up its sleeve, and now the world is getting its first glimpse of the new product.

Photographing Basketball in Rwanda


Back in June, I was lucky enough to partner with a Boston-based nonprofit, Shooting Touch, to travel to Rwanda and document the participants in their “Basketball Health Corps” initiative.

Inklet Lets You Use the New Macbook Touchpad as a Pen Tablet for Editing


Apple’s new Macbook features a redesigned pressure-sensitive trackpad called the Force Touch. In addition to being more powerful for inputs from your fingers, the new design allows for the use of a stylus on the touchpad if you’d like to retouch your photographs tablet-style.

Analyzing a Collection of B&W Street Photos Captured Around the World


Last year I launched a new initiative called the Streettogs Academy, a biweekly challenge for motivating and sharpening the skills of street photographers around the world.

Three Photographers Go Head-to-Head in Capturing ‘Intimacy’ with Strangers in 20 Minutes


Every year at the Gulf Photo Plus photography festival in Dubai, attendees are treated to a special event called the GPP ShootOut.

Weegee Shares His Thoughts on News Photography

As New York City prepares to digitize and publish thousands of historical crime scene photos captured by photo unit police officers, here’s a look at the subject from the photojournalist’s point of view.

Historical NYPD Crime Scene Photos to be Digitized and Released to the Public


The photographer known as Weegee made his mark on photography by hunting for crime scenes and uncomfortable shots in New York City.

How Humans Are Teaching Computers To See and Understand Photos


Three year old children can make sense of what they see in photos and describe them to us, but even the most advanced computers have historically had difficulties with that same task.

University of Texas Will Create Thousands of Insect Macro Photos for the Public Domain


A team at the University of Texas is set to create thousands of macro photographs showing the beauty and diversity of the smallest critters in the state of Texas.

Deal Alert: Sony Shuttering All But Two of Its Physical Stores, Offering Big Discounts


Sony is making big restructuring moves in order to increase profitability, and one of the big changes has been closing its inefficient physical retail stores.

Make a DIY Compact Camera Using Raspberry Pi


Raspberry Pi project platform PiJuice is currently raising funds for its portable module on Kickstarter.

The Mirrorless Party of 2015: A Humorous Look at the State of the Industry

Back in 2012, The Camera Store released a lighthearted stop-motion video of mirrorless cameras attending a party.

Chinese Official Busted for Corruption Related to His Love for Photography


As Chinese expands its anticorruption initiatives, quite a few government officials have met their political demise through being caught in a wide range of unethical behavior.


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