• Solarcan Puck is a Limited-Time Palm-Sized Pinhole Solargraph Camera
    by Anete Lusina on 26th November 2021 at 21:33

    Solarcan has announced Puck, a smaller limited-time version of its soda-can-shaped Sun-catching camera. The new model comes shaped like a circle and produces round instead of more traditional rectangle images. Solarcan, created by photographer Sam Cornwell, specializes in producing solargraphy cameras that don’t require any DIY skills. Anyone can use them without knowing a single

  • ‘Afghan Girl’ Escapes Taliban, Evacuated to Italy
    by Anete Lusina on 26th November 2021 at 18:54

    Sharbat Gula, the Afghan woman made famous by photographer Steve McCurry’s iconic Afghan Girl photo, has escaped the Taliban in Afghanistan and has been evacuated to Italy. The 49-year-old Gula, also known as Sharbat Bibi, received international attention as a young girl after photojournalist Steve McCurry photographed her at the Nasir Bagh refugee camp in

  • Topaz Labs Image Quality Bundle: A Photographer’s Lifeline
    by Ryan Mense on 26th November 2021 at 18:08

    The most fun I have with photography is capturing something I’ve never seen before. Of course, that sets up a lot of pressure to come away with tack-sharp perfect photos. Topaz Labs is how I ensure my success. Topaz Labs’ most popular Image Quality Bundle includes Sharpen AI, DeNoise AI, and Gigapixel AI normally costs

  • Landscape Photography in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland
    by Jimmy Mc Donnell on 26th November 2021 at 18:02

    Torridon, Glencoe, and the Isle of Skye have drawn landscape photographers and artists over the centuries. The highlands of Scotland are extensive and uninterruptedly breathtaking – a Big Country indeed. This is the internationally perceived face of Scotland – a meticulously sculpted land of peaks, glens, lakes, and shorelines. And rain or mist to make

  • Colorized Photos of Wartime Animals Reveal Their Sacrifice
    by Anete Lusina on 26th November 2021 at 17:30

    A talented photo colorizer has paid a tribute to wartime animals by breathing a new and colorful life into historical photographs that depict them and their sacrifices. Tom Marshall is a professional photo colorizer based in Leicestershire, United Kingdom. He has worked with some of the world’s leading museums, photo archives, publishers, as well as

  • Deal Alert: Save Big on Datacolor Color Workflow Tools
    by Datacolor on 26th November 2021 at 17:09

    Datacolor is famous for helping creatives bring out the best colors in their work. And right now, they’re giving you the opportunity to save up to $80 on the Datacolor Spyder and ColorReader range. But don’t wait around! This special is only on offer until December 3rd or while stocks last. Full disclosure: This sponsored

  • Fstoppers Reviews the HEX x Misshattan Ranger DSLR Sling Bag
    by Wasim Ahmad on 26th November 2021 at 22:00

    I’ve never been one to consider style in my bag purchases, but if that style comes at no extra cost, then, why not? That’s certainly the case with the new HEX x Misshattan Ranger DSLR Sling, a different take on the company’s regular Ranger DSLR Sling. [ Read More ]

  • Helpful Tips to Improve Your Portrait Photography
    by Alex Cooke on 26th November 2021 at 21:02

    Portrait photography is a challenging genre that requires you to not only be deft and confident with your camera and post-processing, but also able to make the subject comfortable in front of your lens. If you would like to improve your portrait photography, check out this awesome video tutorial that will give you a wide variety of helpful tips to get you on the right track. [ Read More ]

  • Photography Gift Ideas for Under $100
    by Robert K Baggs on 26th November 2021 at 20:02

    With Christmas lurking over the hill like a bright red flashing pickpocket, it's time to start figuring out what to buy your loved ones. If they are a photographer, here are some ideas that won't bankrupt you. [ Read More ]

  • How to Photograph a Translucent Product on a White Background
    by Alex Cooke on 26th November 2021 at 19:02

    A product shot on a clean, white background with no distractions is a look that will always be in demand, though it presents some challenges to the photographer creating the image. Those challenges increase when the product is translucent and lets light through it, but this excellent video tutorial will show you how to deal with such a situation to produce a professional final image. [ Read More ]

  • 5 Common Mistakes New Photographers Make
    by Alex Cooke on 26th November 2021 at 18:00

    When you are new to photography, it can be a bit overwhelming trying to learn and master a multitude of techniques and technical parameters all while developing a creative style at the same time. It is completely normal to make mistakes along the way. This helpful video tutorial discusses five common mistakes beginners make and how to fix them or avoid them entirely so you can get on the path to better images more quickly. [ Read More ]

  • Improve Your Astrophotography With Topaz Labs
    by Usman Dawood on 26th November 2021 at 17:02

    Astrophotography and nighttime photography generally come with their own respective challenges. The biggest problem tends to be increased noise especially in the shadow areas of an image. But what if there was some incredibly smart software that could magically get rid of the noise and improve your images, would you use it? [ Read More ]

  • Best Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals for Photographers
    by Spencer Cox on 27th November 2021 at 04:01

    There are lots of great Black Friday deals still left for photographers, and almost all of them carry over to Cyber Monday. Here are some of the ones that stand out to me.

  • Few Spots Left for Death Valley and Jordan Workshops
    by Nasim Mansurov on 24th November 2021 at 17:47

    We have had a couple of cancellations for the Death Valley Workshop that’s taking place in early January of 2022. If you would like to join us in this adventure, I recommend signing up as soon as possible, as these spots will fill up quick. To sign up for the workshop, please see the Workshop Registration page, and if you want to find out more about the workshop and our detailed schedule, please click on the image below:

  • 8 Beach Photography Tips for Beginners
    by Madhu Manickam on 21st November 2021 at 16:36

    Even though I’m usually a mountain person, I’ve always found it fun to photograph beach scenes, too. But I’ve also wondered why a beach scene can look terrific to my eyes while failing to translate into a photo. It took years of trial and error before I took pictures of beaches and seashores that I was happy with. In this article, I’ll go through the tips that I found the most helpful along the way.

  • How to Photograph a Lunar Eclipse
    by Nasim Mansurov on 18th November 2021 at 12:00

    Photographers in some parts of the world are in for a treat, as there is a total lunar eclipse tonight! It's visible the evening of November 18th, and/or early morning on the 19th depending on where you live. Look for it if you live in North or South America, the Pacific, very western Europe, or eastern Asia.

  • How to Photograph the Moon and the Supermoon
    by Nasim Mansurov on 18th November 2021 at 11:00

    It can be very useful to understand how to photograph the Moon with your digital camera. Sometimes, you might want to capture the Moon when it is full and beautiful, while other times you might want to capture an interesting event like a supermoon or Lunar Eclipse.

  • The Features That More Cameras Should Have
    by Spencer Cox on 17th November 2021 at 13:32

    It's easy to look at the impressive slate of cameras today and wonder what more they could possibly do. But there's always room for improvement, which is why I'd like to go through some of the most useful features found on some - but not enough - cameras today.

  • Leica Camera from the 1950s Sells for Millions at Auction
    by Kehl Bayern on 27th November 2021 at 00:49

    One can only dream, right? And, in this case, we’re talking about either having enough money to afford this or the camera itself. If you hadn’t heard, old Leica’s are huge on the collector’s market and this 1957 Leica MP that just sold for $USD 1.34 million is proof positive of that. More specifically, it The post Leica Camera from the 1950s Sells for Millions at Auction appeared first on Light Stalking.

  • Instagram Introduces “Rage Shake” Among Other Features
    by Kehl Bayern on 26th November 2021 at 03:05

    Instagram just debuted two new features that are sure to make life a little bit easier for the content creators among us. First, the company made a huge update to the popular Carousel content option. Previously, if you wanted to delete a single photo from a Carousel, you had to delete the whole thing; now, The post Instagram Introduces “Rage Shake” Among Other Features appeared first on Light Stalking.

  • Capture Outdoor Smartphone Photography That Turns Heads
    by Dahlia Ambrose on 25th November 2021 at 16:00

    Smartphone or mobile photography is quite interesting because it allows you to capture photographs with a device that you carry around with you at all times and it fits compactly in your pocket not taking up space like a traditional camera would. In this article, we will look at how to capture professional looking outdoor photographs using a smartphone. The post Capture Outdoor Smartphone Photography That Turns Heads appeared first on Light Stalking.

  • Hubble Slowly Wobbling Back to Life
    by Kehl Bayern on 25th November 2021 at 03:55

    Hubble is giving life and renewed hope to photographers around the world that work with older but still-awesome gear. That’s because its instruments are slowly coming back to life after a recent scare that many worried had knocked the fabled telescope out of commission forever. NASA reports that another major component just came back online The post Hubble Slowly Wobbling Back to Life appeared first on Light Stalking.

  • Supply Chain Issues Force Sony to Press Pause on Some Cameras and Other Products
    by Kehl Bayern on 24th November 2021 at 04:38

    The shopping frenzy that typically ensues at the end of the year will officially kick off in a big way this Friday but many people might end up disappointed this winter as supply chain issues continue to be a thing. Specifically, Sony is halting orders on some products due to supply chain issues, Photo Rumor The post Supply Chain Issues Force Sony to Press Pause on Some Cameras and Other Products appeared first on Light Stalking.

  • Secrets to Capturing Perfect Outdoor Portraits
    by Light Stalking on 23rd November 2021 at 11:36

    There comes a time in every photographer's journey where they want to learn how to photograph portraits. In a perfect world that would mean a controlled environment with specialty lighting and beautiful backdrops. The reality is most photographers don't have access to a studio or prefer to shoot outdoors. Today we are going to take The post Secrets to Capturing Perfect Outdoor Portraits appeared first on Light Stalking.

  • 2021 Nature inFocus Photography Contest winners announced
    by jgray@imaging-resource.com on 26th November 2021 at 12:00

    The Nature inFocus Photography Contest 2021 winners have been announced. The competition included more than 18,000 entries from over 2,000 photographers from 40 countries. Winners were selected from numerous categories, including Animal Portraits, Wildscape and Animals in Habitat, Creative Nature Photography, Young Photographer, Conservation Issues, and Animal Behavior. The contest results were announced via a livestream earlier this week, which you can view a replay of below. For the first time in the competition's history,... (read more)

  • 2021 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards combine amazing photography with perfect comedic timing
    by jgray@imaging-resource.com on 25th November 2021 at 12:30

    Last week, our sibling publication Digital Photo, published a story highlighting the winners of the 2021 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. We've been hard at work with our Camera of the Year awards and our regular review content, so we haven't yet had the chance to showcase the amazing, and hilarious, wildlife photographs that took home prizes in this year's Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. Without further ado, let's dive in and check out some fantastic – and funny – wildlife photos. The overall winner this year is Ken... (read more)

  • Canon EOS R3 First Shots: Canon’s high-end, high-speed mirrorless camera arrives in our testing lab
    by jgray@imaging-resource.com on 24th November 2021 at 16:00

    Click here to browse our Canon EOS R3 First Shots It's finally here! After several teasers throughout the year and then a final, full product unveiling back in September, we're finally getting our hands on the Canon EOS R3, Canon's most high-performance, most high-end full-frame mirrorless camera yet. With a lightweight yet full-sized body design with integrated vertical grip, the R3 is as close as we've come to a 1D-styled EOS R-series mirrorless camera. However, despite the R3's design -- and its impressive specs list -- Canon... (read more)

  • In Other News: Nikon Z9 Dual-Stream technology, Through the Lens, 10 ways to improve wildlife photography & more
    by jgray@imaging-resource.com on 24th November 2021 at 14:30

    After a lengthy hiatus, we're back with another edition of 'In Other News.' This time, we've got a quick look at the Dual-Stream Technology in the upcoming Nikon Z9 flagship camera, the first episode of the new season of Adorama's 'Through the Lens,' many tips and tricks videos and much more. Let's dive in. Nikon Z9 Dual-Stream technology showed off in new Nikon Asia video The Nikon Z9 is Nikon's upcoming flagship pro-oriented mirrorless camera. The camera includes a lot of new, impressive features, such as a stacked... (read more)

  • Nikon announces the standard version of its compact and affordable Nikkor Z 28mm F2.8 prime lens
    by jgray@imaging-resource.com on 18th November 2021 at 04:00

    Nikon has announced the standard version of its Nikkor Z 28mm F2.8 prime lens. The compact and affordable lens has previously been available as a special edition (SE) version that matches the retro styling of the Nikon Z fc camera. At the time of the original announcement, Nikon said that a standard Z-styled version of the 28mm F2.8 lens would be released later. Well, it's later, and the standard version of the lens will be available next month. The Nikkor Z 28mm F2.8 is the smallest and lightest prime lens in the Nikkor Z... (read more)

  • Fujifilm announces Instax Mini Evo Hybrid instant camera that blends analog and digital features
    by jgray@imaging-resource.com on 17th November 2021 at 18:30

    Fujifilm has announced a new instant camera, the Instax Mini Evo Hybrid Instant Camera. What makes it a hybrid camera? The new Mini Evo blends the analog printing features of the Fujifilm Instax line with digital camera features, such as a digital image sensor, internal storage and wireless connectivity. 'The Instax Mini Evo Hybrid Instant Camera offers a unique way to chronicle life’s milestones,' said Manny Almeida, division president, Imaging Division, Fujifilm North America Corporation. 'This camera was designed to give the... (read more)

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