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The Most Expensive Camera Kits Photographers Can Buy for Each Brand (in 2014)


What are the most expensive camera and lens combinations you can buy for each manufacturer? Of course you could spend $2.79 million on a historical 1923 Leica or $165,000 on an ultra-rare Canon 1200mm lens, but what about gear that any photographer can purchase through a normal retail outlet?

Man Fined $3,200 for Crashing His Camera Drone Into the World’s Third Largest Hot Spring


Ever wonder what it would cost you to run afoul of Yellowstone’s anti-camera drone rules? There’s probably not a chart hanging up anywhere, but if you’re a Dutch tourist and you crash a DJI Phantom into the Grand Prismatic Spring — the world’s third largest hot spring — the bill will come out to $3,200+.

Your Lens’ Aperture Might Be Lying to You, Or: The Difference Between F Stops and T Stops


We all understand what an F stop is and how it’s a vital component in ensuring we have a properly exposed image, but have you ever heard of a T Stop?

How I Built a Lightbox for $0


I’m 39 weeks into a 52 week project. Every week I go to this Art Prompt Generator for a random prompt and then spend a week taking a photo to match the prompt.

Out of This World Aerial Photographs of Purple Salt Ponds in San Francisco


The colorful pond you see in the above image is not the work of clever post–production; nor is it the result of an accidental leak of hazardous material.

Behind the Scenes: Hanging Out of Moving Car Windows to Captured Doggy Euphoria


Photographer Lara Jo Regan‘s photo series/book/calendar Dogs in Cars is a fun, tongues-out survey of the euphoria dogs experience on car rides.

The Types of People You Find in a NEW Photographer Facebook Group


The title kind of says it all, so why don’t we just jump right in? Here are the ten types of people you’ll find in a new photographers Facebook group.

Rumor: Sony and Mamiya to Release Medium Format Rangefinder-Style Cameras in 2015


Earlier this year, rumors began spreading of an upcoming Sony Medium Format camera that would be unlike any digital medium format system on the market.

A Breathtaking Motion Time-Lapse Tour of Norway


Five months of work, 10,000 miles travelled, several tens of thousands of photographs taken… all of that to create a measly 5 minutes worth of footage.

New Lens Technology Could Bring Optical Zoom to Even the Thinnest Smartphones by 2016


Smartphone cameras have improved exponentially since their introduction to the world, but one company still believes there’s plenty of room for improvement.

#PictureBelfast Challenges You to Tell the Difference Between a Smartphone Filter and Analog Film


Online content studio Rubber Republic recently created something called #PictureBelfast, a photography-based viral campaign designed to showcase their city on behalf of Tourism Ireland.

How to Make a Dirt-Cheap DIY Ring Light from a Frisbee and Some LED Strips


Got $30, a frisbee and some free time this week? Need a ring light? If you answered yes to both of those questions, we’ve got a neat, quick and super simple DIY tutorial that’s perfect for you.

Adobe Brings a Cloud-Based Version of Photoshop to Chromebooks in Beta


Adobe has been making moves into the cloud for some time now (it is called Creative Cloud after all), so it doesn’t come as a surprise to hear that the long-awaited Chromebook Photoshop beta is finally live and ready for cloud computing early-adopters to start putting through the ringer.

Rumor: Samsung Working on a Black-and-White Only ‘NX Achromatic’


Black and white-only digital photography is, at this point, limited to those who own either a Leica M Monochrom or anybody brave enough to (literally) scrape the bayer array off of their digital sensor.

‘Where Are They Burning the Bodies’: Documenting the Ebola Outbreak in Liberia


Editor’s Note: Be advised, some might find the following photographs disturbing. On August 27, documentary photographer Kieran Kesner boarded Delta airlines flight 2608 for his first ever international assignment for the Wall Street Journal.

Video: The Dramatic Difference a Reflector Can Make, And How to Use One by Yourself


Reflectors are one of the most affordable pieces of gear a photographer can have in their bag. They’re not only small in size (and usually foldable), they’re also versatile and provide benefits when using both natural and artificial light.

Photographer Hacks Together a Leica M4 and Canon xT Into a Digital ‘Frankencamera’


When you have an old Leica M4 and Canon EOS 350D gathering dust on the shelf it’s only natural to want to tear them apart and create a ‘Frankencamera,’ right?

China Blocks Instagram as Hong Kong Protest Photos Roll In

In the wake of the pro-democracy Occupy Central protests rocking Hong Kong, the Chinese government has tightened its already short censorship leash, adding photo sharing site Instagram to the list of sites now unusable in mainland China.

Dream Creatures: Reflected Images of Tree Bark Reveal the Faces Hiding in the Forest


Italian photographer Elido Turco spent four years between 2004 and 2008 exploring a mirrored photography world that remains invisible to most of us.

Film Challenge: Photojournalist Tries to Shoot a Day’s Worth of Assignments on Film


Have you ever wondered what it’d be like to shoot film as a photojournalist today? Well, now you have your answer.


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