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Review: The Yongnuo 40mm f/2.8 Pancake Lens for Nikon is Bad


As far as I am aware, Yongnuo’s latest entry in its ultra-cheap prime lens lineup is the first F-mount 40mm pancake lens that features autofocus.

Urbex Photographer Dies After Falling from 20th Floor of Chicago Hotel


An urbex photographer was killed after he fell from the 20th floor of a luxury hotel in Chicago. CBS Chicago reports that 44-year-old Eric Paul Janssen died on Monday at around 3:30 p.m.

Pholio: A Searchable Hard Drive That’s Like an Offline Google Photos


Pholio is a new device that’s aiming to take on Google Photos with a hard drive for your photos that’s searchable by using keywords.

Zeiss Unveils the Milvus 25mm f/1.4 for Canon and Nikon DSLRs


Zeiss has just announced the Milvus 25mm f/1.4 lens, adding the 11th lens to the Milvus family of full frame DSLR lenses.

7 Tips for Getting Natural Smiles in Photos


Getting someone to smile naturally on camera can sometimes be a difficult task. Here’s a 2-minute video by photographer Mathieu Stern in which he shares 7 techniques for getting your subject to grin from ear to ear in seconds.

Adobe Photoshop CC Gets Curvature Pen, Brush Upgrades, and More


Adobe has just announced its October 2017 update of Photoshop CC, which comes with a number of new features and improvements to the photo editing program.

These are the Best Wildlife Photos of 2017


The prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is now in its 53rd year, and this year’s edition saw nearly 50,000 entries from 92 different countries.

Bye Bye Lightroom, Hello Lightroom CC and Faster Lightroom Classic


Lightroom is no more. Adobe today announced a new cloud-based Lightroom called Lightroom CC. The current desktop-based app you know as Lightroom is being rebranded as Lightroom Classic CC.

Google Photos Can Now Spot Your Pet Among Other Furry Creatures


Google Photos is now able to identify and recognize your furry feline or canine companions, pulling together albums specifically featuring them.

Sigma Extends Camera Gear Warranty to Cover Hurricane Victims


Sigma has announced that it will extend the warranty on its camera gear to products that have been damaged or destroyed by the hurricanes that have recently devastated regions of the United States.

Chris Smith, the Photographer of the US Health Secretary


Here’s a short video released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services last month on the work of photographer Chris Smith, who has served as the Secretary’s photographer in the department for 27 years now.

The Rhino ROV is a Motorized Slider for Your Smartphone and Camera


Rhino has just launched a new Kickstarter campaign to fund the launch of its new ROV motorized camera slider for smartphones and various types of cameras.

This Guy Photoshopped a Crane Out of a Building Photo as a Challenge


It’s amazing what can be done with Photoshop these days with simple techniques and a lot of patience.

The Kamlan 50mm f/1.1 Lens is a Bokeh Beast That Costs Just $170


The Sainsonic Kamlan 50mm f/1.1 is a lens you can buy for just $170 for mirrorless cameras (Sony E, Canon EOS-M, Micro Four Thirds, and Fujifilm X) that delivers some beautiful bokeh.

Photos of Parkour Athletes in New York City Wearing Formal Wear


My name is Ben Franke, and I’m a photographer and director based in New York. For my new project Black Tie Parkour, I photographed two parkour athletes running around Downtown Manhattan while doing Parkour in formal wear.

Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 is a New Portable Powerhouse for Creatives


Microsoft just announced the new Surface Book 2, a new laptop that’s designed to remove the distinctions between desktops, laptops, and tablets.

‘I’m Back’ is a New Digital Back for Old 35mm Cameras


I’m Back is a new device that promises to “bring back” analog cameras by giving them the ability to shoot digital photos and video.

Leica’s New Thambar-M 90mm f/2.2 is the Return of a Classic 1935 Lens


Leica has just announced the new Leica Thambar-M 90mm f/2.2, a revival of a classic lens that was originally released way back in 1935.

DJI’s New AeroScope Helps Track and Identify Drones in the Air


DJI has unveiled AeroScope, a new technology aimed at tracking and identifying DJI drones from afar. The new receiver will be able to identify the registration numbers of drones and plot them on a map using the existing communication links between a drone and its controller.

The Photography Industry is Changing: Tips From the Pros on How to Succeed


Photographers know that in this industry, technology, tastes, and trends change on a near-daily basis.


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