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Nikon’s Full Frame Mirrorless to Have New Z-Mount: Report


Nikon’s upcoming full frame mirrorless camera may not be compatible with F-mount lenses without the use of an additional adapter. A new report suggests that the company has developed a new “Z-mount” for its professional full frame mirrorless system. During CES 2018 in Las Vegas last week, Nikon Rumors heard ...

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CVS Bans Photoshop in Its Beauty Product Photos


CVS has just announced that it is banning Photoshopping of its beauty images. More specifically, the pharmacy chain will stop retouching in ways that “materially alter” the subjects in photos. CVS Pharmacy says the move is a “commitment to create new standards for post-production alterations of beauty imagery.” The new ...

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Zion National Park Bans Tripods in Photo Workshops


Zion National Park has banned tripods in photography workshops. The newly unveiled regulations will affect commercial photographers visiting the popular photography area in Utah. Those wishing to run photography workshops in the park must obtain a “Commercial Use Authorization,” and each group is limited to 12 photographers. But what’s unusual ...

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The Hasselblad H6D-400C Multi Shot Captures Monster 400MP Photos


Hasselblad just announced a camera capable of 400MP photos. The new H6D-400C MS is a “Multi Shot” camera that can capture 100MP photos with single exposures or gigantic 400MP ultra-resolution photos using its Multi-Shot capture feature. Multi-Shot (or “pixel shift”) technology has been appearing in a number of digital cameras ...

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Hilariously Bad Family Photos Go Viral


This photo shoot just won the Internet… for how bad the Photoshop job was. Pam Dave Zaring got back her family photos from the professional photographer they hired, and she nearly died laughing. She then posted the photos on Facebook, where they’ve been going absolutely viral. Just take a look ...

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Canon Can’t Tell This Photo Contains Stolen Elements


Canon generated some controversy this week by widely sharing a photo that contained portions taken without permission from a shot by photographer Elia Locardi using a Fujifilm camera. The company has now responded, but instead of issuing an apology, it’s clear Canon can’t tell that the infringement occurred. The photo ...

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