Sigma is still on a roll when it comes to its high-end Art lenses, and the latest accolade is impressive: DxOMark just awarded the new Sigma 85mm f/1.4 Art lens the highest score the benchmarking company has ever given.
Thanks to DxO Labs, we get to end this week with a freebie. If you’re interested in mixing up your post-processing workflow, you can get a free, no-strings-attached license for DxO OpticsPro 9 between now and February 28th.
When I was growing up, I spent several summers living with my father on the Isle of Skye in northern Scotland. As a teenager, I didn’t have an appreciation for the landscape, but as I grew up, I started noticing just how beautiful it really was. That is why I began photographing nature, and it’s really this love for the outdoors that drives me today.
The winter sun was low to the horizon as I steadied myself upon a rather uncomfortable wooden perch. My back to the sun and downwind, target in clear sight, I drew in a deep breath then slowly exhaled as I prepared to take the shot.
Photographer and photo educator Don Giannatti put together this simple (tongue-in-cheek) itemized invoice to show photography clients why photographers charge what they do for “taking a picture.”
As of early 2017, my only camera is the Ricoh GR II, which has a fixed-focal 28mm lens. I wanted to share my personal experiences shooting with a 28mm lens, after shooting with a 35mm lens for almost 6 years.
At what point does something go beyond inspiration? Edward McGowan is a California based photographer who has an interesting situation in his hands.
The Frazier Ultimate lens is like the universe’s anti-matter to the Canon 50mm f/1.0 that we shared yesterday. Rather than have a tiny depth of field and tons of bokeh, the…
I always say that if you want to see creativity, ask a photographer the various ways potential clients will respond back to rate requests. I decided to turn that into reality!
What do you do when a celebrity with almost 5 million followers on Instagram shares your photography with their audience without credit… twice? That’s the question fashion photographer Don Mupasi is wrestling with this week.
This article aims to provide you with key tips, techniques, and hacks that, if followed correctly, should practically guarantee nailing pin-sharp manual focus shots in no time.
A professional photographer in Germany was overwhelmed with emotion this week after she was reunited with her stolen camera case filled with expensive DSLR equipment. The happy moment was caught on camera.
One of the beautiful things about photography is that you can always learn new things and adapt as new technology comes out. For example, the first camera I ever shot on was a 35mm film point and shoot, and now I shoot on a full frame DSLR.
Here’s a short comedy sketch that creatively sums up what photographers and other creatives often experience: being asked to do free work in exchange for “exposure.”
My interest in photography began about three years ago when I picked up a digital camera and starting taking the same images that any photography noob would take: long exposures, landscapes, still lifes, sometimes street photography.
Beyonce posted a maternity photo to her Instagram account yesterday, and in less than a day, that photo became the most-liked post Instagram has ever seen.
An intimate photograph of a father cradling his sick child in the shower has become the subject of a legal battle with the Arizona Department of Child Safety. If the DCS succeeds, photographer Heather Whitten, the child’s mother, will be convicted of “neglect” for posting the photo.
As Snap Inc., the company behind the ephemeral photo sharing app Snapchat, prepares for its Initial Public Offering (IPO), the company is filing papers that call out rival Instagram and reveal profitability may never be a part of Snapchat’s future.
The film renaissance is growing. Just weeks after Kodak announced the return of Ektachrome film, the Italian film brand FILM Ferrania is back from the dead as well. Today it introduces its first new film stock. Called Ferrania P30, it’s a black-and-white 35mm film.
As a professional photo retoucher, I owe Adobe most of my life. Without them, I would honestly not be where I am today, being able to do what I love every single day! Over the years, it has also gone through a multitude of changes, and since my life is tied directly to Photoshop, I pay very close attention to them.