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EyeEm brings new editing and learning tools to its app

It’s been a week of updates to our image-sharing programmes on social media. First Facebook introduced an auto-enhance feature, which will apply the filters that its algorithms calculate are most appropriate for your photos. Then Instagram unveiled five new filters, its first in two years. Now it’s the turn of EyeEm, which brings a gaggle […]

A Dickey Christmas: 1919

The globular tree, the unhinged affect, the undercurrent of barely suppressed rage -- yes, it's our annual holiday missive from the family of Washington lawyer Raymond Dickey, limned with a festive filigree of mold. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL, or else! "Dickey Christmas tree, 1919." National Photo Co. glass negative. View full size.

Why Manual Exposure is Better for Winter Wildlife Photography?

My winter wildlife photography tours and workshops put us in locations with lots of snow on the ground, which presents a new issue for most people – how to get good exposure without continuously messing around with exposure compensation. Show More Summary

Get Access to Hundreds of Photography Courses for Just 55 Cents per Day

Todays deal is epic. It gives you access to the teaching of some of the world’s best photography educators for a whole year for just a few cents per day. What better way to head into 2015! In a nutshell today’s deal is that we’ll give...Show More Summary

5 tips for better photos, right now

In the run-up to the festive season, it’s possible that people will be taking more photos than usual. Parties, pretty lights, and present-opening, afford ample opportunity to take photos and share them on social media. However, research...Show More Summary

The Thought Process of a Professional Photographer: Behind the Scenes to Photograph a Computer Display On A Desk

In our previous post where I reviewed the 34 Inch 21:9 UltraWide Display - LG 34UM95, I had to include a few photos of the display sitting on my desk.  I could have used an advertising photo, but for a hands on review, I wanted to show the monitor sitting on my actual desk. As it turns [...]Show More Summary

Pontiac Purveyors: 1936

"1936 Pontiacs and salesmen at Mark Hopkins Hotel, San Francisco." Lined up at the Bottom of the Mark. 8x10 inch Kodak safety negative. View full size.

Think Tank launches Airport Helipak for Phantom Quadcopter

Camera bag manufacturer Think Tank Photo has announced a backpack designed specifically for photographers using Phantom Quadcopters paired with GoPro cameras. The Airport Helipak is said to accommodate DJI Phantom 2, Phantom 2 Vision or similar quadcopters with their accessories, along with a 15-inch laptop, small cameras such as GoPros, and personal effects. Read more

Canon updates Digital Photo Professional to version 4.1.50

Canon has updated its Digital Photo Professional 4 (DPP) software to version 4.1.50. The update brings support for a couple of new lenses and several camera models, improvements to multiple functions, and compatibility with 64-bit native environments, among other things. Show More Summary

College Football: 1912

1912. Washington, D.C. "Georgetown-Carlisle game; Glenn Warner." But... where are the skyboxes? Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative. View full size.

2014 Holiday Gift Guides

Stumped for a gift for your favorite photographer? Or maybe you came in under budget on your holiday shopping and you have just enough left over for a little something for yourself? Either way, we've got some suggestions. Our holiday...Show More Summary

2014 Holiday Gift Guide: $500 and up

If the photographer in your life is the kind that already has everything, it might be time to pull out all of the stops. From neat new gadgets to once-in-a-lifetime experiences, the gifts in this guide will wow any photographer.

2014 Holiday Gift Guide: $25-100

Photographers are a hard lot to shop for. While it's tempting to pick up a gift card from your local camera shop and call it a day, we've done some digging and come up with photo-related gift ideas for photographers of all skill and aspiration levels. If you're looking for something stocking-sized (and priced) our guide will put a smile on the face of your favorite photographer.

2014 Holiday Gift Guide: $100-500

If you're looking for something special but you don't want to empty your bank account, these gifts for photographers will do the trick. While a wireless hard drive or a film scanner lacks the wow factor that an African safari can provide, these gifts will bring plenty of joy to any photographer's holiday.

Real-world Test: Shooting Fashion with the Fujifilm X-T1

The X-T1 is Fujifilm's first weather-resistant interchangeable X-series camera. It is built around a 16.3 MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor housed in a die-cast magnesium body. Offering a traditional design with five physical top plate dials, two command dials, and six programmable function buttons the X-T1 also has a high resolution OLED viewfinder. Show More Summary

Photographer and Stock Agency Each Awarded Six Figures Copyright Infringement Damages

Check the report here: http://blog.pacaoffice.org/?p=2387 Grant Heilman was awarded a total of $127, 087, which included profits and actual damages. Check the Panoramic Images v John Wiley Judgment for $403,500.00, for which 5 of the...Show More Summary

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