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Where Mirrorless is Headed in 2019


2018 was an important year for mirrorless. As we kick off the new year, it’s a good time for some reflection on the market. I’ve written quite a bit about where we are now that all the big players are seriously in the mirrorless game. This time I thought I’d ...

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I Shot Exactly One Film Photo Every Day for a Year


No matter how it looks, this is the story of the photographs I didn’t make this year. On January 1st, 2018 my colleague, the military photojournalist C.S. Muncy, presented me with a gift: a small, handmade box he’d crafted out of salvaged wood. Muncy, a film lover, had given to ...

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How a UK Photographer Broke News of Trump’s Secret Trip to Iraq


On Christmas Day, President Trump and first lady Melania made an unannounced flight to visit troops stationed in Iraq. But before the first news articles and official photos were published, one photographer in the UK had already accidentally uncovered the secret mission on social media. CNN reports that amateur photographer ...

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This Photo Shows the Rainbow Colors of a Geminid Meteor


During the Geminid meteor shower in December 2018, Colorado-based photographer Dean Rowe managed to capture this massive meteor streaking across the sky with a length 60 times the angular diameter of the Moon. “Colors in meteors usually originate from ionized elements released as the meteor disintegrates, with blue-green typically originating ...

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