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Brooklyn Beckham’s New Photo Book is Getting Slammed


Brooklyn Beckham, the son of soccer star David Beckham, caused a stir in the photo industry a couple of years ago when he jumped in and shot a campaign for Burberry — industry veterans reportedly called the hiring “sheer nepotism” and a “devaluation of photography.” Now the 18-year-old is set ...

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ShutterCount is Back for Canon DSLRs


Canon cameras are notoriously difficult to get accurate shutter actuation values from. A couple of years ago, the popular application ShutterCount was able to do this, but an internal change made by Canon HQ rendered it useless on newer cameras. But fear not, ShutterCount 3.0 has arrived with a fix. When ...

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Affinity May Be Building a Lightroom Competitor


Back in 2015, we saw the launch of Affinity Photo, a sleek, lightweight, and powerful alternative to Adobe Photoshop for doing professional edits on photos. Originally released for Mac, it launched for Windows at the end of 2016. Now it seems like there’s more big news on the horizon: a ...

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Nikon Just Set the World Record for the Biggest Human Camera


Nikon has just been awarded the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest human camera. To celebrate its upcoming 100th anniversary on July 25th, 2017, Nikon released a load of collectible lenses, cameras, and other items. But their latest stunt in the celebration was to stand around in the courtyard ...

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Instagram Tests Favorites: Things Are Going to Get Personal


Things are about to get personal on Instagram. Eagle-eyed users have spotted that Instagram is testing its new ‘Favorites’ feature in response to feedback requesting a more personal experience on the app. The new feature is just one of many recent rollouts from Instagram, and this one is expected to ...

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Photographer Sues Trump Org for Copyright Infringement


A New Orleans-based photojournalist has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against The Trump Organization, accusing President Trump’s company of using her photo without permission. The Daily Mail reports that the Trump Organization used a photograph taken by photographer Julie Dermansky on the company’s website and on the @realdonaldtrump Instagram account. The photo, ...

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This Ad Has Photographers Shaking Their Heads


There’s a new “photographers wanted” ad that’s making the rounds online and causing quite a reaction from photographers. This one was apparently posted by a couple looking for wedding photographers for their upcoming wedding. The ad was found and shared by Reddit user KingSpanner in the sub-Reddit ChoosingBeggars, where it ...

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The White House Banned Cameras… So CNN Sent a Sketch Artist


After the Trump administration decided to again ban camera from a press conference, CNN decided to get creative: the network decided to send a sketch artist instead. CNN writes that their usual Supreme Court sketch artist, Bill Hennessy, was sent over to the White House on Friday afternoon to document ...

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