Photo by: Popular Photography Magazine Editor Sigma 24mm F/1.4 DG HSM Art Prime Lens Photo by: Popular Photography Magazine Editor Sigma 24mm F/1.4 DG HSM Art Prime Lens Photo by: Popular Photography Magazine Editor Sigma 24mm F/1.4Show More Summary
Tell us where you've shot and why you loved it Every year Popular Photography ranks the best places in the world to photograph, but this year we've decided to do something a little different and turn to our readers for their expertise. We want you to rate the places where you have traveled to shoot. Show More Summary
No release date yet, but this Android's updated camera sounds pretty fancy Yesterday HTC announced their latest flagship to their smartphone line: the One M9. The new phone features an all-metal design similar to the M8 and is aboutShow More Summary
Endearing or exploitative? The British photographer's book and exhibition titled “Before They Pass Away,” is full of stunning imagery. But is it exploitative of the cultures it tries to represent? Photo by: Popular Photography Magazine Editor JimmyNelson read more
Profoto's new off-camera flash system gets some serious upgrades The B1 off-camera flash was a big step for Profoto. It had built-in TTL, but even more importantly, it was completely mobile thanks to the integrated battery system. Now,they're...Show More Summary
Canon USA proudly announced yesterday that its parent company, Canon Inc., was praised by Fortune magazine as one of the World’s Most Admired Companies in 2015. The company didn’t make it to the top 50, but it ranked 7th in the Computers category. Apple, Ranked #1 in the overall list as well as in the [...]Show More Summary
A bigger buffer, new AF, and a tiny bit more resolution The Nikon D7100 was a pretty excellent mid-level DSLR and now Nikon has refreshed much of the spec list for the new D7200. The megapixel count comes in at 24.2, which is a very slight uptick from the D7100 that came before it. Show More Summary
An ambitious project produces an impressive photo If you're a photography enthusiast, there's a good chance you've messed around a little with light painting. But, while some of us are waving a flashlight around in the dark, seriousShow More Summary
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Young men drafted to serve in Vietnam burn their draft cards on the steps of Newark's Municipal Court on May 6, 1968. The law at the time required young men to register for the draft and carry the card, resulting in public protests like these. Show More Summary
May 1942. "Southington, Connecticut. An American town and its way of life. Southington girls, members of the youth drum corps." Medium format negative by Fenno Jacobs for the Office of War Information. View full size.
You have probably seen several portrait retouching programs advertised in magazines or online, and wondered if they were worth buying. The answer is no. I have tried out quite a few, and the truth is that the Soften Skin preset in Lightroom does just as good a job as any of them. Show More Summary
I am not even sure how to tag this one. 26 years old Daredevil Keow Wee Loong snack into the yet-to-be-finished Ping An International Finance Centre in Shenzhen, China. When it is complete, it will be the tallest building in China, and second tallest in the world at 660 meters. For now it is “just” a 660 meters tallest under-construction [...]Show More Summary
The second-generation Flir lets you take selfies with predator-like thermal vision via a compact phone accessory.
Multnomah Falls, Oregon, circa 1918. "Kissel military Highway Scout Kar." The camouflage-painted car last seen here and here patrolling the wilds of the Pacific Northwest. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.
Picture the scene – Bangkok airport and I’m settling into seat 16H on my short Thai Airways flight to Siem Reap, Cambodia. The lovely hostess hands me a hot, scented towel as I shout ”Bollocks” while slapping myself firmly on the forehead. Show More Summary
The idea of light consisting of both waves and particles was proposed by Albert Einstein over 100 years ago. While the idea has since been accepted, experiments have only been able to display one of these aspects at a time, but never both simultaneously. That has changed now that scientists at EPFL (Ecole polytechnique fédérale [...]Show More Summary
It’s incredible how much more we can relate to photographs once they are presented in color. These moments in the past go from being a distant memory, to one that we can relate to on a much deeper and more personal level. Women Delivering...Show More Summary
The Jimi Hendrix Experience in Copenhagen. Denmark, Jan 10th 1969.