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How I Made Myself a DIY Spider Light for $40


I recently made myself a DIY Spider Light as a thrifty alternative to the Spiderlite that costs hundreds of dollars.

The Graceful Movements of Tennis Players Captured with Long Exposures and Strobe Lights


For a series of photos titled “Chronophoto,” photographer Jean-Yves Lemoigne paid tribute to old strobe photography camera tests with his own series of images that explore the movements of tennis players.

Crowdsourced Instagram Photos of Snowstorm Land on the Front Page of the New York Times


Yesterday’s front page of the New York Times featured a story about the snow that has been falling on the Northeastern United States.

Exploring How DSLR Shutters Work at 10,000 Frames Per Second


If you want to see the mechanics of how a modern DSLR shutter works, one way to do so is through slow-motion captured with a high-speed camera.

‘Photographs': A Touching Animated Short About an Old Lady and a Polaroid Camera

“Photographs” is a touching 6-minute-long animated short film about an elderly woman who comes across an old (but working) Polaroid camera.

How a Chance Encounter Helped Launch My Concert Photography Career


I was a month and a half into the photography program at the Art Institute of Colorado in Denver when I decided to skip school for a day for a concert.

Wedding Photos Shot with a Lytro Light Field Camera


Earlier this month, we shared some sample photos showing how Lytro’s Illum light field camera performed in capturing the NFC Championship game.

Promo Piece: A Simple 36-Page Photo Magazine


Self promotion has been one of the most difficult things for me to overcome as a photographer. I constantly ask myself “Who cares?

First Sample Footage of the GoPro HERO4’s Upcoming 240FPS High-Def Slow Motion

GoPro is planning to release some firmware updates in February 2015 that will add new features to its HERO4 Black and Silver cameras.

First Person View: Covering a Nebraska Cornhuskers Basketball Game


Photographer Nate Olsen is the Assistant Athletic Photographer for the University of Nebraska’s athletics department, so he covers all of the school’s sporting events.

Monkey Latch: One-Click Changeovers Between Your Camera and Its Accessories


Wilson Tse and Craig Hansen of British Columbia want to make it easier for photographers to switch their cameras between accessories such as straps and tripods.

This Group Photo Was Captured by a Satellite Camera 373 Miles Overhead


This past week, 300 employees at Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) posed for an unusual group picture to mark Israeli Space Week.

Pen, Brush and Camera: A 1998 Documentary on the Life and Work of Henri Cartier-Bresson


Above is a full 50-minute documentary from 1998 about the life and work of Henri Cartier-Bresson, the legendary photographer who’s considered to be the father of photojournalism.

DJI Mandatory Firmware Update Will Disable Camera Drones in Washington DC’s No Fly Zone


Yesterday we reported that a DJI Phantom quadcopter operator had accidentally crashed his camera drone onto the lawn of the White House at 3 in the morning, causing a security panic among those tasked with ensuring the President’s safety (later reports suggest the man was drunk).

Single Edition Leica 600mm f/5 Prototype Lens Shows Up on eBay for $230,000


The Leica R 600mm f/5 Apo-Telyt prototype lens has appeared on eBay with a hefty price tag of $230,000.

How I Built a Custom Desk and Wire-Free Workspace for My Photo Editing


For years I’ve struggled with my workspace, I’ve had loads of different ones, from small ones in the corner of the living room in my old apartment to ones that take up my entire 3 metre wide office in my current house, they have all had their merits but most frustratingly I have never truly liked working at any of them.

Brevitē is a Simple New Camera Backpack that Draws Admiration but Not Unwanted Attention


There’s a new camera bag on the horizon that may be worth keeping your eye on: it’s called the Brevitē, and it’s a simple backpack that packs the features photographers need into a simple and elegant classic backpack design.

Sony World Photography Awards Adds a Smartphone Category for 2015


Another sign of the times: the prestigious Sony World Photography Awards has announced that they will be launching an entirely new award today dedicated to mobile photography.

Write Your Signature with a Long Exposure Photo of the Moon


Ever since light painting exploded onto the scene some years ago, writing your signature by waving a light source in a long exposure has become a very common photo idea.

Illusion of Lights: A Time-Lapse of the Night Sky Above the Western United States


In 2013, photographer Brad Goldpaint and his wife Marci quit their day jobs, sold all of their possessions, and began living out of a motorhome while traveling through the Western United States.


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