Daily Archives: September 27, 2018

ZX1: Zeiss’ First Full-Frame Camera Has Lightroom Built In


Zeiss has announced the ZX1, a new full-frame compact camera with a fixed 35mm f/2 lens. It’s the first-ever full-frame camera by Zeiss. Inside the camera is a 37.4-megapixel full-frame sensor with an ISO range of 80-51200 that was developed in-house by Zeiss. On the front of the camera is ...

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Godox to Launch a Round-Head Flash That Rivals the Profoto A1


A year ago, Profoto launched the A1, its first on-camera flash and the world’s smallest studio light. That light will soon have some serious competition: the increasingly-popular Chinese lighting brand Godox is getting ready to announce its own round-headed flash that will compete directly against the Profoto A1. Photographer Robert ...

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Distracted Boyfriend Photo Meme is Sexist, Sweden’s Ad Regulator Rules


The widely-shared Distracted Boyfriend photo meme has been ruled to be sexist by Sweden’s advertising regulator. The photo was originally captured by Barcelona-based photographer Antonio Guillem and sold as a stock photo titled, “Man Looking at Other Woman.” In 2017, the Internet began remixing the image into humorous memes, and ...

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10 Rules You Should Break In Street Photography


I went on a photo walk the other day with a friend who mostly shoots events and does client-focused work. The majority of the time we just talked about freelance work, but every now and then we’d see an interesting scene and capture it. We both shot on zoom lenses, ...

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Finalists of the 2018 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards


The annual Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards has revealed its shortlist of finalists for the 2018 photo contest. Thousands of photographers around the world entered their humorous wildlife pictures into this year’s contest, and 41 of them were selected as finalists. Here’s a selection of the finalist photos: “Coastal Brown Bear ...

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Fujifilm Officially Wins Medium Format


I recently discussed how Fujifilm’s decision to go into the medium format industry might have been a mistake. But considering some of the recent announcements, have my points been completely negated? In short no; this is because the full frame market is still significantly larger. Imagine the kind of market ...

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