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These Signed NatGeo Prints are On Sale Until Earth Day


You can deny climate change, but you can’t deny that these are pretty sweet images. In honor of Earth Day, National Geographic Creative is holding a flash print sale of 22 different images by some of their top photographers. Did I mention the prints are signed? They make great gifts ...

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Are You Shadowbanned on Instagram? This Website Can Tell You


Last month, we reported on how Instagram has apparently been “shadow banning” certain posts, preventing a photographer’s content from being discovered by others without the photographer knowing. If you’re curious about whether any of your photos have been shadowbanned, there’s a new web app that can check for you. The ...

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Sony Reveals 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 G Master Lens, Its Longest E-Mount Yet


In addition to the impressive new a9 mirrorless camera, Sony also debuted a new lens today. Meet the brand-new 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 OSS G Master super telephoto zoom lens—the longest E-mount lens Sony has ever manufactured. The new lens—part of Sony’s flagship line of high-end G Master lenses—boasts “incredibly fast, precise ...

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Sony Unveils Blazing Fast a9: A 24MP Sports Camera that Shoots 20fps


Holy frames per second Batman! Sony just raised the bar on high-speed sports photography with their latest “groundbreaking” (but actually) camera release. The newly-announced Sony a9 is a 24MP high-end full-frame mirrorless sports camera that can fire off an insane 20fps with no blackout. Sony is calling this “the most ...

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Great Tips and Advice for Photography ‘Noobs’


Former DigitalRev host and photo industry personality (do we have those?) Kai Wong is setting aside the gear reviews for a minute to help out the photography “noobs.” If you’re a beginner, he’s got some great tips, advice, and inspiration for you. Kai squeezes a whole lot of advice into ...

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Flickr’s Main Site Now Displays Well on Mobile Devices (Finally)


Over the past several years, the Web has been moving away from having separate website URLs for mobile and desktop versions and toward having a single “responsive” website that changes its look depending on what device you’re visiting with. Flickr today announced that its main website has finally caught up ...

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