The Queen of England decided to wear a solid green outfit for her 90th birthday celebration last Saturday, and Photoshoppers across the Internet all smirked in unison before taking full advantage of this “green screen” opportunity.
After exhausting all other avenues of complaint with Nikon, a D500 user in Germany has filed an official complaint and sent Nikon a “cease and desist,” claiming Nikon is engaging in false advertising when the company says its D500 has “integrated WiFI.”
Struggling to understand your love life (or lack thereof?), this funny little photography meme helps explain things in terms us photo nerds understand: camera lenses.
Felix Hernandez’s photographs are other-worldly. Using intricate miniatures and macro photography techniques, he takes his dreams and translates them into reality through the camera. His latest project, The Wardrobe, is no exception.
Official White House Photographer Pete Souza recently sat down with BBC Newsnight to reflect on his experience photographing President Obama. By the time Barack Obama finishes his eight years in office, Souza estimates he will have taken nearly 2 million photographs of the President.
Nick Ut’s ‘Napalm Girl’ photograph is one of the most iconic conflict images of all time, and this short video shows you the horrifying moments before and after the photograph was taken. (Warning: The footage in this video is graphic and upsetting — proceed at your own risk.)
Remember the Filmomat automatic film processor that went viral in December 2015? If you said “want!” when you saw that machine, there’s good news for you: a new personal automatic film processing machine has already hit the market: it’s called the Osiris F1.
Seattle-based photographer Annie Marie Musselman has a series of photographs that are sure to tug at your heartstrings — especially if you’re an animal lover. Titled “Finding Trust”, the photographs show injured wild animals being cared for at a wildlife rehab center.
The Lion City II – Majulah is a photographic love letter to Singapore; actually, love novel might be more appropriate. A time-lapse overflowing with creative camera work brought together with brilliant editing, it’s not an understatement to say photographer Keith Loutit just raised the timelapse bar.
I hear a lot of chatter about how the decreased volume of camera sales is going to make some camera makers leave the market, or get absorbed by another company, or worse. Most of that speculation is all wrong for one very simple reason: it ignores the goals of the companies.
We wouldn’t use the word “prosumer” to describe Hasselblad, but fresh reports claim that might be changing very soon. It seems Hassy will be breaking into the prosumer market with a brand new camera, and it could happen as soon as the middle of next week.
Want an easy way to back up your memory card to any external hard drive without having to pull out your main computer? A Raspberry Pi computer can help you do just that.
She’s done a fashion shoot mid-skydive and mid-BASE jump, but supermodel and extreme athlete Roberta Mancino’s latest exploit doesn’t involve dressing up in fancy clothing while plummeting to the Earth. Instead, she strapped some GoPros to herself and took a wingsuit flight over an active volcano.
Instagram boasts over 400 million users now and has never been more popular. But even though user growth charges forward, the interaction rate by users appears to be trending downward. A new study reports a 33% drop in Likes and Comments over a one year period.
Canon called the EOS-1D X Mark II a “remarkable combination of innovation and refinement” when they announced it back in February, but they should have just posted this video instead. Sure, that violates the space-time continuum, but I’m sticking by it.
Using the moon as your main light source for late-night photography can be beautiful, surreal… and challenging. But photographer Karl Taylor has a neat trick up his sleeve that can save you hours worth of test shooting in this situation—the trick is called “math.”
Sebastian Weiss is an architectural photographer based in Hamburg, Germany. His passion is finding beautiful shapes, patterns, and colors in the architecture of buildings found across Europe.
Photography company VSCO has released a new film pack that may finally woo the film emulation hold-outs among us. It’s called the “VSCO Film Essentials” pack, and it’ll nab you 14 of VSCO’s most popular presets for just $59.
National Geographic is, without a doubt, one of the foremost authorities in the world of photography. So when they rank their top 10 cameras for travelers, the entire photo industry perks up its ears and pays special attention to see what they have to say.
Kristina Lechner of Kalamazoo, Michigan, is a fake-food photographer (not to be confused with a fake food-photographer). Her project Food Not Food is a series of tasty photos in which everything in the frame is something inedible that was found around the house.