Daily Archives: September 13, 2018

EU Approves Controversial Copyright Directive and ‘Upload Filter’


The European Parliament yesterday voted in favor of the highly controversial EU Copyright Directive, which is intended to bring EU copyright laws into the Internet age. Critics have called the directive “disastrous” and warned that it could fundamentally destroy the open Web. One of the most debated sections of the ...

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Fujifilm is Building a 100MP Medium Format Mirrorless Camera: Report


Fujifilm is serious about medium format mirrorless. In addition to its rumored September 25th announcement of the affordable GFX 50R, the company is also reportedly planning to reveal the upcoming GFX 100S, a 100-megapixel medium format mirrorless camera. Fuji Rumors reports that Fujifilm will officially be announcing the development of ...

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PSA: It’s ‘Bokeh’ not ‘Bokuh’


There are many sounds that native American English speakers have trouble reproducing. The French “r” (aka the “voiceless uvular fricative”), the rolled double “rr” in Spanish, tonal sounds in various Chinese languages like Mandarin and Cantonese. But when it comes to the Japanese word that has entered the photographic lexicon ...

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Nikon Z7 Pro Photos and Impressions


Photographer and Nikon Ambassador Jerry Ghionis is one of just 12 of Nikon’s photographers in the US who received extensive early access to the Nikon Z system. We asked Ghionis to share his impressions of the Z7 as well as photos he has captured with the full-frame mirrorless camera. Photographer ...

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