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The Usability Issues of the Canon EOS R


After buying the new EOS R, Canon’s first full-frame mirrorless, photographer Michael Andrew of Michael the Maven was disappointed by the camera usability. Here’s an 11-minute video in which Michael points out the things in the EOS R that drove him crazy. “Usability is the number of steps, button presses ...

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Flickr Won’t Delete Creative Commons Photos Over New 1,000 Free Limit


Flickr announced a controversial decision this month to limit free accounts to 1,000 photos and delete extra existing photos of users who are already over the limit. Many people immediately wondered whether countless Creative Commons photos would be trashed. Today, Flickr reassured the photo community by promising that CC photos ...

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The Story Behind Ansel Adams’ Iconic ‘Moonrise, Hernandez’


The Ansel Adams Gallery made this 4-minute video about Ansel Adams’ Moonrise, Hernandez, a photo the gallery calls Adams’ “most famous and iconic image.” Sales director Brittany Moorefield shares the story behind the photo while presenting an ultra-rare mural-sized print from the early 1970s. Adams shot the photo while returning ...

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Hands On with the Small but Mighty Profoto B10


I got my hands on a pair of the new Profoto B10 for some hands-on shoot testing from Profoto. If you just want to see the photos, scroll to the end of the article. If you want to get a little background on the ideas and the tech, read on. ...

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This is the First 8K Video Shot in Space


NASA has released the first 8K footage ever shot in space. This 3-minute video was captured aboard the International Space Station using a RED Helium 8K camera, and it shows the astronaut residents living, working, and conducting research. NASA has a history of pushing the boundaries of camera technologies on ...

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