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Photographers, Beware of Upcoming macOS Transition Issues


Apple announced High Sierra, the next version of their macOS, at the Worldwide Developer Conference last week. The final version will be available later this fall. This new macOS has at least two changes to it that everyone needs to pay close attention to: (1) 32-bit apps will no longer ...

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24 Hours in the Forest for Only 1 Photo: A Lesson in Patience


With well over 100,000 subscribers on YouTube, landscape photographer Thomas Heaton is popular for his behind-the-scenes window into life in the outdoors. On the recent shoot seen in the 11-minute video above, with incredible patience and dedication, Heaton spends 24 hours in the forest to capture just 1 image. This video shows ...

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Ricoh Facing Biggest Financial Crisis Yet, Report Says


In April this year, rumors started to appear that the parent company of Pentax, Ricoh, may have to kill off its camera arm. Now it’s 2 months later, and Ricoh is reportedly facing its biggest crisis to date. Nikkei reports that, to rescue the situation, CEO Yamashita is pushing sales outlets ...

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These Portraits Were Shot with a Water Drop as a Lens


Dutch photographer Robin de Puy recently shot a series of beautiful portraits with unusual camera “equipment.” Instead of using a typical lens made of metal (or plastic) and glass, she shot the photos using a single drop of water as her lens. Portrait Academy reports that the high-tech camera system ...

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These Layers of Time Were Created by Arranging Photos on Acrylic


Japanese artist Nobuhiro Nakanishi has a project titled Layer Drawings that creatively uses photography to explore time, space, and 3D art installations. Each piece is a series of photos on a series of transparent acrylic sheets. Transparent view, Aomori Contemporary Art Centre, Aomori, Japan (2011) © Nobuhiro Nakanishi, Courtesy of ...

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Sony a9 Fails to Overheat Even When Baked in the Sun


Amid recent reports that the new Sony a9 would overheat easily in fairly normal shooting conditions, Imaging Resource decided to put the mirrorless camera through an overheating test to see whether it has a problem. Two tests were conducted: leaving the camera out in the sun and filling up two ...

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