Los Angeles-based photographer Alex Stone was shooting a car on a desolate public road in Southern California this past weekend when he was confronted by an angry man who demanded that the photo crew get off his “driveway.” Stone’s recording of the confrontation went viral, and the man in the video has now been arrested and charged with felony assault with a deadly weapon.
Of all the photos emerging from the Black Lives Matter protests around the United States, one particular shot is getting widespread attention and praise. Reuters photographer Jonathan Bachman captured a powerful shot of a black woman standing in a street as two police officers in riot gear approach to arrest her.
How would you react if you were threatened while doing a photo shoot in a public place? Los Angeles-based photographer Alex Stone says he was nearly run over yesterday by an angry man while doing a photo shoot on a public road. The confrontation was captured in the 3-minute video above (warning: there’s very strong language).
“But, what about gear?” It’s a question I hear a lot. Broncolor or Profoto? Fender or Gibson? Lamborghini or Ferrari? Which toy/software/high-end piece of gear is the best so that I can do exactly what that photographer is able to do?
Founded in 2007, the iPhone Photography Awards (IPPAWARDS) is the longest running photo contest in the world for iPhone photographers. This year’s winning photos were selected from thousands of entries submitted by shooters in 139 countries around the globe.
In Thailand, there’s a wedding photography business that’s attracting quite a bit of attention. It’s called คนตัวเล็ก, which literally translates to “Small Person.” The photographer’s specialty is making couples look like miniature figures living in a giant world.
I see this sight with increasing frequency: people holding up their phone in front of their face, recording a cool event or situation, like a concert or speech, watching the three-dimensional live event through a tiny screen.
If you ever find a lost GoPro, there’s a decent chance you’ll find footage of the camera’s last moments with its owner on the memory card as long as it hasn’t been destroyed. That’s exactly what one fisherman just found in England.
Sony today announced the new Planar T* FE 50mm F1.4 ZA, a full-frame lens that features an 11-bladed circular aperture for “stunning bokeh.”
Here’s a 3-minute video that shows what’s possible with a camera drone at an outdoor wedding in a picturesque venue. It captures a bride’s grand entrance at a recent wedding in California.
GoPro just released this 4-minute video tutorial titled “Creating Fire Rain: A Steel Wool Experiment.” It’s a look at how you can create raindrops of light by burning and spinning steel wool, a technique that has gotten a lot of attention (both good and bad) over the past few years.
My name is Carlos Chavez, and a couple of years ago I completed a “100 Strangers Project.” I never expected this project to become as important to me as it is.
In an age in which over 75% of IKEA catalog “photos” are actually computer generated images, the Barbie brand is still sticking to some good old fashioned photo shoots. It just released the 2-minute video above that offers a behind-the-scenes look at a recent Barbie Dreamtopia photo shoot.
“Master of Photography” is a new TV show that aims to do for photography what American Idol did for singing. Created by Sky Arts, it’s the first TV talent show in Europe focused on photography.
Cameras are often pitted each other in the area of image quality, but long exposure sensor noise generally isn’t something that you can easily compare online. So photographer Brendan Davey took it upon himself to create such a resource, and the Sensor Noise DB is what resulted.
Here’s a look at what goes on in a photographer’s brain leading up to an outdoor photo shoot — or my head, at least.
I will begin by saying that my intention is not to attack Steve McCurry or defame him in any manner. It is only an attempt to clear certain facts that have come to light regarding his work and to also raise certain questions on aspects that may or may not have been missed, but certainly have not been expressed till now… at least not publicly.
Fujifilm made much of the speedier performance in the brand new Fuji X-T2. Burst mode (with the attached booster grip) is 11fps, EVF blackout had allegedly been improved “to the extreme,” and AF-C had also seen substantial improvement. But how does the speedier new camera compare to a DSLR when shooting fast action?
Here’s a 47-minute documentary about the work of renowned fashion photographer Mario Testino. Titled “Mario Testino: Diana’s Favourite Photographer,” the BBC Omnibus episode aired back in January 2002 to coincide with Testino’s exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in …
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.