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Instagram Now Supports Multiple Accounts from a Single Login

Managing multiple Instagram accounts is no longer a major hassle. The service announced today that it would allow users to access up to five different accounts from a single login. To enable account switching, you’ll need to download the latest version of Instagram’s mobile app (v. Show More Summary

This Is What Happens When You Shoot a Roll of Film That Expired In 1993

I recently bought a rather beautiful Mamiya 645 medium format film camera on eBay. I paid roughly $100 with shipping, and for the condition it’s in, that was a total steal. The auction only listed the camera with the lens, but when the box arrived, it had a plastic baggie full of accessories to go with it. Show More Summary

Fujifilm X-E2 firmware 4.00 brings Classic Chrome and other X-E2S features

It may be over two years old, but that doesn't mean Fujifilm has given up on the X-E2. Fujifilm has released its promised firmware update for its X-E2 mid-range mirrorless camera. The firmware update adds a host of feature and operational...Show More Summary

Pocketable APS-C: Fujifilm X70 real-world samples

Fujifilm's new X70 compact camera puts the 16MP APS-C sensor from the X100T into a much smaller body, omitting an EVF but adding a 28mm equiv. F2.8 lens and articulating touch-sensitive screen. The X70 is certainly one of the nicestShow More Summary

Phase One adds the IQ3 100MP back to its A-series system

Danish camera manufacturer Phase One has expanded its range of A-Series offerings to include the new 100MP IQ3 digital back. The A-Series kits consist of an Alpa 12TC camera body with one of three lenses and a choice of IQ3 backs in 50-, 60-, 80- and 100-million-pixel resolutions. Show More Summary

Fujifilm X-Pro2 release moved to early March

Last month, Fujifilm unveiled the X-Pro2 mirrorless camera with a February 18 release date. Per a statement (in Japanese) issued on Friday, the camera maker has postponed the release until early March due to an unspecified production delay and higher than anticipated global orders. Show More Summary

Striking Polaroid Portraits Taken by Tony Viramontes During the 1980s

Tony Viramontes was born in 1956 in Los Angeles, USA, of Spanish and Mexican parents. He traveled extensively as a child. He studied fine art and photography in New York at FIT and Parsons, before switching to fashion and beauty illustration. When...Show More Summary

Electrify Your Kitchen: 1940

Prince George's County, Maryland, circa 1940. "Electric Institute of Washington. Cameo Theatre, Mount Rainier lecture." Reddy Kilowatt wants you to Just Say No to coal and gas. Safety negative by Theodor Horydczak. View full size.

Kipon releases EF to E-mount autofocus adapter with unique drop-in ND filters

Chinese lens adapter manufacturer Kipon has officially released a new Canon EF to Sony E-mount autofocus adapter with a neat little feature up its sleeve. In addition to providing full phase detection autofocus support for Canon EF lenses on Sony A-mount cameras, the adapter also allows you to easily swap out various graduated ND filters [...]Show More Summary

As a Kid, We Always Wanted a Pedal Car – Check Out These 40 Interesting Photos of Children Posing With Their Cool Pedal Cars From Between the 1920s and 1950s

When the automobile made its appearance, the pedal car soon followed. Pedal car history goes back to the 1890s when most were modeled from the real cars on the road at the time. Since their conception, pedal cars were all kids wished for. Show More Summary

These Photos Make America Look Like One Big, Weird Town  

The United States may be immense and immensely diverse, but in Carl Corey’s ongoing series, “Americaville,” disparate pockets of the country seem to coalesce around the same bizarre aesthetic, like they’re neighborhoods in one big, weird town. “I like that what I see in New York in a strange way has a connection to the same thing in Wisconsin. Show More Summary

Presentation: Rights and Restrictions of Photography

Join Photo Attorney®, Carolyn E. Wright, for a presentation on the rights and restrictions of photography at the Carson City Library in Carson City, Nevada, at 6 p.m., on Wednesday, February. 17. Admission is free. Learn more about the event on the Nevada Appeal website. Show More Summary

How To Throw Flour At A Model And Keeping the Studio Clean (Hint, by Cheating)

You know those photos where you throw flour or pigments at models? I know you do, because we just featured some the other day. While those are a lot of fun to make, dealing with flour on the floor is definitely not an easy task. Benjamin von Wong who did this a few years back said [...]Show More Summary

This Video Gives An Extremely Brief History of Photography

Photographic history is a real rabbit hole, especially here in the internet age when you can find piles of information about pretty much anything without having to remember how the Dewey Decimal System works. This video, however, isShow More Summary

NBA Player Kevin Durant Was a Photographer At Super Bowl 50

For many photographers, posting up on the sidelines of the Super Bowl with a telephoto lens and an all-access pass is a dream assignment. Apparently the same holds true for NBA All-Star Kevin Durant, who was fortunate enough to makeShow More Summary

Sponsored Video: Spider Holster NEW Spiderlight Hand Strap

Our friends at Spider Holster are releasing their groundbreaking and NEW SpiderLight Hand Strap for mirrorless cameras through Kickstarter this March 2016! The SpiderLight Hand Strap brings all of the great features of their pro hand strap to the world of mirrorless and other smaller lightweight cameras. Show More Summary

Why photographers don’t give clients RAW photos

We’ve covered this topic before, but it’s always worth a second mention. RAW photos. Specifically, why photographers don’t share RAW images with clients. In one of her latest videos, photographer Jessica Kobeissi shares a collection of anecdotes and analogies explaining why it’s beyond reason to expect photographers to hand over their RAW files. Rather than [...]Show More Summary

Apple CEO Tim Cook Mocked for Tweeting Terrible Photo of Super Bowl 50

While Peyton Manning will be remembered as the star of last night’s unforgettable Super Bowl 50, Tim Cook has been receiving a fair share of attention after sharing a photo from the game. Unlike the Broncos’ quarterback, however, Apple’s CEO probably won’t want to remember this event, as the snide comments poured in criticizing his [...]Show More Summary

Yuri Gagarin with his Matra Bonnet Djet V S coupé, ca. 1965

During his 1965 tour to France, Yuri Gagarin was presented with a Matra Bonnet Djet V S coupé by the French government, the car was later photographed wearing Soviet license plates.

5 Creative Ideas to Improve and Inspire Your Photography

If you are a photographer who takes pictures day in and day out, perhaps because it is your livelihood or you are a keen hobbyist, there are times when you may want to digress from the day to day, and do something new on your day off. Show More Summary

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