Travelling on planes is about to get a whole lot less convenient for photographers. Citing the risk of explosion and catastrophic fire, the United States government is advising airlines around the world to ban cameras, laptops, and other electronic devices from checked luggage. The US Federal Aviation Administration filed a paper with the United Nations […]
The competition between massive smartphone manufacturers is probably all the more intense because consumers often struggle to distinguish one brand from another (unless you’re Apple or Google). So, when you’re making a smartphone that wants to capture the attention of photographers, where do you look? If you’re HUAWEI, you turn to trusted name-brand equipment from […]
As photographers, we should all know that without light, there is no photography. Photography is nothing but capturing light that is reflected off objects and the colours that we capture depend on the colour of light that is reflected by those objects. There are no real light hacks. In order to create beautiful photographs, you NEED to understand light. This […]
This October has seen some big changes in the Adobe software world. For photographers that means major updates to Lightroom CC and Photoshop CC. The biggest changes have been in Lightroom, where the standalone app has now been discontinued and the subscription based app split into two distinct versions.
In a move that is interpreted as a potential boon for Fujifilm users, longtime Japanese lens manufacturer (and Sony accompaniment) Tamron is rumored to be moving away from its Sony A-Mount lenses in order to focus on Sony E-Mount and Fuji X lenses according to Sony Alpha Rumors. A Sony Alpha Rumors reader that attended […]
Industry-standard German lens manufacturer Zeiss introduced its new Milvus 25mm F/1.4 wide-angle lens, a completely redesigned product that straddles the Otus and Milvus lines, to an eager public on October 18, 2017.
Change is an inevitable thing, especially when your parent company Yahoo is bought out by US telecom giant Verizon. That’s why the recent announcement from photo-sharing service Flickr has met with resignation rather than surprise as the once-darling photo repository’s users increasingly express worries about an uncertain future with the service.
Samsung just unveiled its newest entry into the nascent virtual reality (VR) camera market when it debuted the 360 Round at the annual Samsung Developer Conference in San Francisco, California.
Have you ever heard of a thief stealing an object from a store then blaming the store because it had “maliciously” placed said object on the shelf for sale, all but inviting theft? If you haven’t heard of this argument then welcome to the reality most people occupy, except for one social media star with a following of 60,000 people.
Did you know that the way in which you orient your camera can have a huge impact on the look and feel of your landscapes? Often times, the objective of a landscape is to highlight a specific landform or human-made structure. In other words, the focal point of your image could be anything from a towering skyscraper […]