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Federal Jury Awards $900K to Plant Retailer in Photo Theft Lawsuit

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An Oregon-based plant retailer was just awarded almost one million dollars in actual damages by a federal jury in one of the biggest photography copyright wins of the year so far. Despite the strange circumstances of this case, it’s being called, “a huge win for artists, photographer, and creators.” According ...

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Don’t Forget to Tell a Story

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It’s easy to obsess over gear. We all love new toys, and it’s natural to lust over that hot new mirrorless camera or convince yourself that a lens upgrade is going to take your photos to the next level. But amid the onslaught of pretty-looking shots and gear reviews, never ...

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The New Profoto B1X Improves on the B1 with Power, Power, and More Power

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Profoto isn’t being shy about their new B1X monolight. They’re calling it the “new benchmark for on-location lighting.” A significant improvement on the Profoto B1, “This isn’t an update,” explains Profoto. “This is a significant replacement with improvements in three important areas: power, power and power.” It might sound cheesy, ...

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In Defense of the Zoom Lens

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The question of zoom lenses versus prime lenses is an endless debate in photography, and one that has never really been definitively resolved. Essentially, the whole thing boils down to what’s more important: image quality, or versatility. Recently, image quality has been trending as the most popular aspect of photography. ...

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