This post will probably sound harsh to some, but I think it’s needed as street photography has a problem. It may be because of a so-called renaissance in street photography in the past few years, or just the fact it’s become fashionable, but the sheer number of terrible photos is quite impressive.
Third-party lenses are getting better and better, and the latest lens to impress reviewers with its stellar performance is the Tokina AT-X 24-70mm f/2.8 PRO FX lens. In fact, it outperforms both of Nikon’s 24-70mm options and will only cost you a fraction of the price!
Want to see what the 100-megapixel Phase One XF 100MP medium format camera is capable of? Check out this amazing 12K time-lapse video of Los Angeles, shot by Joe Capra of Scientifantastic.
Ouch. In a bid to ‘inspire their community,’ Huawei posted a beautiful portrait to show what you could do with the Leica-engineered dual-cam P9 smartphone. There’s just one problem… the photo was taken with a Canon 5D Mark III and a $2,100 lens.
While most photographers captured this year’s July 4th fireworks from below, Los Angeles-based photographer Aaron Keigher decided to find a different vantage point. He ventured up Mount Wilson, which rises over 5,000 feet above LA and create this dazzling time-lapse showing fireworks exploding across the landscape.
Here’s one of those bizarre things you’ll find on the Internet: the YouTube channel Hydraulic Press Channel posted this 2-minute video showing an already-broken Nikon P300 compact camera getting flattened by a hydraulic press.
When Light unveiled its revolutionary L16 multi-aperture computational camera in October 2015, people were so excited by the device that the company blew past its first month sales goal in the first two days. Today the company announced that it has just raised $30 million in funding to change the way people take pictures.
If you like to keep the mystery alive when it comes to camera announcements, we suggest you skip this one. New product photos of the upcoming Fuji X-T2 have leaked, and they show the camera from every angle.
You don’t need a ton of lighting gear to capture great portraits—a single strobe or speedlight will do. Don’t believe us? Check out this simple and informative tutorial by Joe Edelman.
If you’re a photographer shooting with Eyefi’s older generation Wi-Fi memory cards, here’s something you should know: your card will soon become more or less useless.
My name is Adam van Alderwerelt, and I’m an amateur photographer living in Maui, Hawaii. Out here, there’s only one location on the whole island that gets a permit from the local government to use aerial fireworks. Otherwise, it’s completely illegal.
National Geographic is, without a doubt, one of the foremost authorities in the world of photography. So when they rank their top 10 cameras for travelers, the entire photo industry perks up its ears and pays special attention to see what they have to say.
Tidbits about the upcoming Canon 5D Mark IV have been few and far between, but a ‘pretty reliable source’ is revealing a piece of info that’s bound to make Mark III users happy. It seems the Mark IV will come with card slots for both CFast 2.0 and SDXC UHS-II.
There are a ton of tutorials online that will walk you through properly capturing or creating black and white photos, but this short video by photographer Jeff Rojas focuses on something different. He points out 3 things you may not have considered (but should) when editing any black and white file.
If film is “dead,” then the daguerreotype is a distant memory. But thanks to photographers like Binh Danh, this magical photographic process is still alive, well, and capturing some of the same epic landscapes it was being used to capture a century ago.
Avoiding the paparazzi usually involves celebrities covering their faces or surrounding themselves with body guards, but why do that when you can just toss a stylish scarf around your neck? This anti-paparazzi scarf lets you do just that.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft started orbiting Jupiter today after a 5 year journey from Earth. During its approach, the spacecraft captured a series of photos over the span of multiple weeks, showing the planet’s moons in orbit. NASA then turned the images into the epic time-lapse seen in the 3-minute video above.
The standard, traditional camera strap puts a lot of strain on your neck and back—one of the reasons why so few photographers use one—but the Camera Lift-Strap changes all that. With a simple alteration, it moves the weight from your neck, to your shoulders.
July 4th, 2014 was the day I got my first camera. Since then, I’ve been shooting local fireworks every year. After shooting the same firework show, the same way, for two years in a row, I decided this year it was time to do something different.
National Geographic has selected the winning photos of 2016 for its prestigious Travel Photographer of the Year photo contest. The grand prize photo, captured by Anthony Lau and shown above, is titled “Winter Horseman” and shows a horseman at work in Inner Mongolia.