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Amidst a barrage of violent imagery in the past week graphically illustrating the deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and five Dallas police officers, Jonathan Bachman’s image of a protest in Baton Rouge has emerged as iconic.

Last month we shared some photo illustrations by science artist Ron Miller that showed what the night sky would look like if other planets in our solar system replaced the moon. Now Miller is back again with an equally interesting concept: what would landscape photos look like if Earth had a ring like Saturn’s?

Prisma is a new camera app that transforms your photos to look like paintings by famous artists. It goes beyond the film simulation filters that are widely available these days to offer a surprisingly realistic painting filter.

After the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant was devastated by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami, the nuclear disaster caused a major evacuation and the creation of an exclusion zone around the old plant. Five years later, a photographer has ventured into the zone to deliver photos to the outside world.

Los Angeles-based photographer Alex Stone was shooting a car on a desolate public road in Southern California this past weekend when he was confronted by an angry man who demanded that the photo crew get off his “driveway.” Stone’s recording of the confrontation went viral, and the man in the video has now been arrested and charged with felony assault with a deadly weapon.

In this article, I’ll discuss seven reasons why I’m still a Nikon DSLR user… plus three reasons why I could be convinced to move on.

Check out this amazing photograph of a barn owl flying overhead, captured in August 2015 by nature photographer Roy Rimmer. It’s a shot that took an incredible amount of planning and perseverance to pull off.

This is pretty big: Adobe today announced a major update for Lightroom for Mobile, and one of the exciting new features is the app’s new ability to open any type of RAW file that can be opened on Lightroom for Desktop.

FStop is a new web app that’s trying to do for photo shoots what Tinder did for dating. It’s basically a matchmaking app that helps to connect those involved in a shoot: photographers, models, retouchers, makeup artists, and stylists.

Photographer Robert Moore was documenting the protests in Dallas on July 7, 2016, when shots rang out. During the shooting that took the lives of 5 officers, Moore was shielded by a young police officer as they took refuge behind a car. Thanks to Moore’s photos and account of what happened, that officer is now being hailed as a hero.

Here’s a creative project by visual artist Andrew Knapp and his puppy (all dogs are puppies… no matter how old) Momo. Remember those ‘Where’s Waldo’ books that used to keep you unendingly entertained and frustrated in the waiting room of your local doctors office as a kid?

Find Momo is like that. Except for instead of Waldo in a massive colorful crowd, we have Momo patiently sitting camouflaged in various Instagram photos.

I remember when I was sitting in my cubicle at work, dreaming and lusting after a digital Leica M9. I imagined that after buying it, all of my life’s problems would be solved.

Advanced camera stabilizers are becoming cheaper and cheaper these days, but if you’re the type of person who enjoys building the things you use, here’s a neat tutorial for you. Product Tank released a 7-minute video showing how you can create a DIY stabilizer using LEGO pieces.

Peak Design and photographer Trey Ratcliff have found a winning formula in the world of camera bags. Their Everyday Messenger bag raised nearly $5,000,000 on Kickstarter in July 2015 when it was unveiled. Now they’re back with a set of new bags that expand the Everyday lineup: a backpack, tote, and sling.

Imagine getting off a flight, walking over to get your (unwillingly) gate-checked case full of $20K of camera gear, and seeing a baggage handler walking up holding a few lenses and yelling “whose are these?” That’s exactly what happened to photographer Yosef Shidler of CJ Studios.

“Vorticity” is a new time-lapse short film by Mike Olbinski, a storm-chasing wedding photographer based in Phoenix, Arizona. Olbinski spent 18 days driving 20,000 miles across 9 states and shooting 60,000 frames to create what you see in the 6-minute video above.

Should you ever give a client photos in exchange for “exposure”? That’s the question discussed in this 6-minute video by NYC-based portrait and fashion photographer Jeff Rojas. He shares 3 things you can turn exposure into money.

Want a taste of the future? There’s a new web app that uses advanced “deep learning” research to magically auto-colorize black-and-white photos.

I will begin by saying that my intention is not to attack Steve McCurry or defame him in any manner. It is only an attempt to clear certain facts that have come to light regarding his work and to also raise certain questions on aspects that may or may not have been missed, but certainly have not been expressed till now… at least not publicly.

In Thailand, there’s a wedding photography business that’s attracting quite a bit of attention. It’s called คนตัวเล็ก, which literally translates to “Small Person.” The photographer’s specialty is making couples look like miniature figures living in a giant world.

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