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This Guy Shot the Solar Eclipse with a Game Boy Camera


During the Great American Eclipse, while most photographers worried about camera settings and solar filters, Redditor zhx decided to bust out a Game Boy Camera, which was introduced in 1998 and features a 128×128 pixel CMOS sensor.

Shutterstock’s Randomized Watermark Protects Photos from Google’s AI


Google recently published a paper showing how easy it is for a computer to detect an identical watermark from a large collection of photos and then cleanly remove that watermark from each photo.

This Eclipse Photo Shows the Power of Shooting RAW


Here’s an eye-opening example that shows the power of shooting RAW. Photographer Dan Plucinski captured a beautiful photo of the solar eclipse yesterday, and this is the before-and-after comparison showing the straight-out-of-camera image (on left) compared to the edited one (on right).

How to Shoot Magical Portraits in the Pouring Rain


When it starts pouring outside, most photographers may run for cover and hide from the rain. For photographer Ilko Allexandroff, heavy rain becomes an opportunity to shoot stunning backlit portraits of subjects.

OIympus OM-D E-M10 III Photos and Specs Leaked


Olympus announced its OM-D E-M10 II entry-level mirrorless camera back in August 2015, so it’s time for a refresh, and that refresh is nearly upon us.

CrashPlan is Ditching Consumers: Time to Move Your Photo Backups


If you use the popular CrashPlan for Home as your cloud photo backup service, here’s some bad news: you’re going to have to start paying more or move your photo archive elsewhere.

800-Year-Old Coffin Damaged After Museum Visitor Lifts Kid in for Photo


An 800-year-old stone coffin in a UK museum was damaged earlier this month when parents decided to lift their child into it to pose for a photo.

How to Shoot a Dancer Coming Out of a Wall Mirror


Los Angeles-based photographer Daniel DeArco recently shot a series of “inverted room” photos of a dancer and a mirror on a wall.

How to Try Out Infrared Photography Without Modifying Your Camera


Digital cameras usually have infrared filters on the sensor that work to block out almost all of the infrared information reaching it.

DJI Will Disable Your Spark Drone If You Don’t Update the Firmware


DJI is releasing a new firmware update for the Spark camera drone, and this is one update that Spark owners will not want to ignore.

The Best Photos of the Great American Eclipse


Of the endless stream of Great American Eclipse photos being shared online, there are some notable gems that are going wildly viral on social media.

How to Remove Color Casts in Photos Using Curves in Photoshop


The curves tool is a powerful one in both Photoshop and Lightroom, with the ability to change both the tones and colors in an image.

Field Test: Using the Loupedeck to Up My Lightroom Game


I’m going to start this field test back to front and for one reason only: the LoupeDeck system blew my socks off.

Cam Link Turns Any Camera with HDMI Output Into a Webcam


Facebook Live is becoming much more than shaky smartphone streams from celebrities like it once was in its infancy.

NASA’s Best Photos of the Great American Eclipse


Countless photographers tried their hands at capturing the Great American Eclipse yesterday, but leave it to NASA to nail some truly incredible shots.

Demystifying the Camera Calibration Panel in Lightroom

The Camera Calibration Panel in Lightroom is often left untouched, owing to its position in the panel stack and uncertainty over its functions.

10 Tips and Tricks for the Liquify Tool in Photoshop


Photoshop’s Liquify Tool is a very powerful tool for retouching images, especially photos of people. Learning all of the features of the tool is important to make sure your edits don’t look unnatural.

Man Shames Tourists for Stepping Near Yellowstone Hot Springs for Photos

Late last month, a man named Jeff H. was walking on a trail in Yellowstone National Park when he noticed a group of tourists ignoring warning signs and standing next to one of the famous hot springs for close-up photos.

This is the Aperture Roof on the Atlanta Falcon’s New $1.6B Stadium


Back in 2015, we reported that the Atlanta Falcon’s new football stadium would feature an innovative retractable roof that looks and works like the aperture in a camera lens.

This Potter Creates Working Cameras Out of Clay


Steve Irvine is a Canadian potter who has had a lifelong interest in photography. Some years ago, Irvine decided to combine his two passions by creating ceramic cameras.


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