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You Can Now Buy the First 1TB microSD Card


Want to shoot high-res photos and 4K video all day on a single microSD card? SanDisk just launched the world’s first 1 terabyte microSD card. With a UHS speed class of 3 (U3) and a video speed class of 30 (V30), the card is ready to handle 4K UHD video ...

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This Moon Photo was Shot from a Backyard


Sacramento, California-based amateur astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy is a master of shooting amazing space photos from his own backyard, and he’s back again with this beautiful high-res photo of the moon created by combining 250,000 individual shots. McCarthy uses a similar process for most of his work: he uses a $250 ...

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Camtraptions Launches a New Housing for Timelapses and Camera Traps


Camtraptions has unveiled a new weatherproof camera housing that’s designed for time-lapse, remote-control, and camera trap applications. It’s a universal housing that’s designed to fit a wide range of camera and lens combinations while providing convenient access to the gear within. “Prior to this, photographers had to build their own ...

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Adorama Inspire is a 3-Day Photo Fest in New York City


Adorama just opened up registrations for Inspire, a 3-day event in New York City from June 18th through the 20th. It’s an opportunity for photographers to get experiences, workshops, panels, and hands-on equipment time. Full disclosure: Adorama is a long-time sponsor and partner of PetaPixel. Held at The Altman Building ...

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Ariana Grande Sued for Posting Photos of Herself on Instagram


Ariana Grande made headlines a couple of months ago for striking back at “greedy photographers” with a concert tour photo contract that demands full copyright to photos. Now the singer is being sued by a photographer for posting his photos of her without permission on Instagram. Back in August 2018, ...

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The NY Times Shutters Its Lens Blog


The New York Times launched its Lens blog a decade ago to showcase the best of photojournalism across the industry. Fans of the publication will be sad to hear that it’s now coming to an end — in it’s current form, at least. Times photography director Meaghan Looram announced the ...

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Adobe Warns That Using Older CC Apps Could Get You Sued


Adobe announced last week that older versions before the latest two major releases of its subscription apps would no longer be available for download through Creative Cloud. But that’s not all: Adobe is also warning customers that using older “unauthorized” versions could get you sued. While the new limit to ...

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Olympus Made This Video to Celebrate Its 100th Anniversary


Olympus turns 100 years old this year, and to celebrate the milestone, the company has just released this 6.5-minute mini-documentary dedicated to the history and evolution of its camera and imaging business. Titled “A Great Moment,” the video features Olympus execs, a camera store technician, and Pulitzer Prize-winning National Geographic ...

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