Whoa. We got our hands on a sneak peek of Hasselblad’s major announcement one day early. Thanks to a source, we now know that the camera will be the Hasselblad X1D, the world’s first medium format mirrorless camera.
Want to see something mind-bending? Here’s a simple optical illusion that will literally change the way you see famous photos.
After teasing us with the magic that is Content-Aware Crop a few weeks ago, Adobe is finally ready to release that feature and a few more into the wild. Photoshop CC 2015.5 is officially here, and it’s got a few tricks up its sleeve.
For photographers, the Western Digital My Passport Wireless Pro is a hard drive that’s actually worth getting excited over. With built-in WiFi, an SD slot, and a USB connection so you can hook up any card reader, it’s a powerful on-the-go backup solution for photographers shooting on-location.
Instagram may be seeing a big dip in engagement, but plenty of photographers still rely on the service to bring in business. Now, thanks to the LR/Instagram plugin, their lives just got a bit easier.
When politicians talk about the gap between the rich and poor or racial divides, they’re usually not being literal. But as Cape Town-based photographer Johnny Miller shows with his startling photo series Unequal Scenes, the gap in South Africa is literal… you just need to get airborne to see it.
Since Hasselblad confirmed they would announce a “game changer” on June 22nd, speculation and unconfirmed specs have been flying around the photo industry with the kind of un-bridled fury that usually precedes a big let down. Thing is, the more we hear about the upcoming camera the more intrigued we are.
Celebrated Chinese photographer Fan Ho died of pneumonia on Sunday, June 19th, 2016, at a hospital in San Jose, California. He was 84 years old.
After several tantalizing teasers and one very serious leak yesterday, the Hasselblad X1D, the world’s first compact mirrorless medium format camera, has officially arrived. Behold the promised “game changer.”
Pentax is finally in the full frame DSLR game. Ricoh today announced the new Pentax K-1, a camera that it claims “offers innovations not available in any other DSLR.”
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.
Hasselblad is milking the hype surrounding its Wednesday announcement for all. it’s. worth. They’ve released one teaser image and told us this camera is a “game changer” that will supposedly have us “over the moon.” Now they’re telling us it’s a “world’s first.”
Well… this is awkward. No seriously, this is REALLY awkward. In addition to the usual feature promos Adobe releases when Photoshop is updated, Adobe also released a NSFW-ish sex-hotline spoof called 1-900-U-UPDATE.com this morning.
Photographer Ludgero Filipe recently spent two years living in Paris, shooting tourist portraits to make money while roaming the city for street photography. The 5-minute video above is a short film with some memories and some of his favorite photos from his time there.
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.
Examining fingerprints is one of the key techniques in forensics, allowing investigators to identify suspects and build a case against them. In the same way, checking “camera fingerprints” could soon be a major tool in helping photographers fight copyright infringement, and a project called ToothPic is working to make that happen.
The Canon 5D Mark IV is one of the most anticipated DSLR releases on the horizon, and yesterday we got our first peek at what kind of specs the full-frame SLR may be sporting when it finally makes its debut in about 4 months.
The great American photographer Walker Evans is best known for his stark photos that document the years of the Great Depression in the US. In the 4.5-minute video above, produced many years afterwards, Evans looks back on his photography and offers a glimpse into his mindset at the time he shot it.
Photoshop advice and gear advice and motivational advice is easy to come by in the photography world. But no-frills, practical business advice? That’s much more rare. And it’s why we absolutely love this video by photographer, author, and educator Jeff Rojas.
Here’s your dose of irony and humor for the day, plus a handy tip to top it all off. First, the tip: always secure your stands — for both safety and financial reasons, this is a good idea if you think there is ANY chance whatsoever that they might be knocked or blown over. Okay, now for the humor and irony.