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Impossible launches B&W 2.0 quick-process instant film for 600 series cameras

Instant film manufacturer Impossible has launched what it calls a Generation 2.0 film called B&W 2.0. The company claims it's not only sharper and clearer than previous Impossible products, but also develops much quicker. The new film is the result of a new chemical formula for Impossible that has been developed by former Polaroid research chemist Stephen Herchen. Read more

University of Texas crowdfunding project will release macro images into public domain

The University of Texas has initiated a new crowdfunding campaign that, if successful, will result in macro photos of insects being released into the public domain. The funding for the project will be used to support the students learning to use the imaging system, to improve the photography hardware, and to help pay for the Web hosting. Read more

Annie Leibovitz Documentary

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Finding “Swagabond” Fashion in L.A.’s Skid Row

For many, Downtown L.A.’s Skid Row is famous for having the highest concentration of homelessness in the country. But for Géraldine Freyeisen—who first heard about the area through a documentary, Lost Angels: Skid Row Is My Home,...Show More Summary

Thanks to Xiaomi, the GoPro Hero5 Should be Amazing

Xiaomi recently announced the $64 Yi Action Camera and based on the first reviews, GoPro has plenty of reasons to be worried. The Yi closed several of the gaps between the GoPro and the cheaper action cameras, and now poses a serious threat to the dominance of the Hero 4. GoPro however won’t give up [...]Show More Summary

eBay Watch: We Want All 21 Of These Rare Rolleiflex Prototype Cameras

For a little under $200k, you can own a big hunk of Rolleflex history As you may know, things aren't going great for Rolleiflex at the moment. But, they still have a whole heritage of totally awesome cameras alive and well on the secondary market. Show More Summary

Staging News Photos: Take This Ethics Quiz

Inspired by the uproar over the staged photo included in a series that won a World Press Photo prize (later rescinded, for different reasons), photographer Alex Garcia has posted an ethics quiz for photographers. Garcia describes five ...Show More Summary

Tips for Creating Landscape Photos during the Golden Hour

The golden hour. Even if you haven’t been involved in photography for very long, you undoubtedly have heard the term thrown around. As photographers we are in the business of capturing light, and there is no better light to have cast on our subjects, than sun light that is low on the horizon. Show More Summary

45 Astonishing Photos of Daily Life in the Ghetto of Warsaw in the Summer of 1941

The Warsaw Ghetto was the largest of all the Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II. On October 12, 1940, the Germans decreed the establishment of a ghetto in Warsaw. The decree required all Jewish residents of Warsaw to move into a designated area, which German authorities sealed off from the rest of the city in November 1940. Show More Summary

Using Photography to Explore What It Means to Be Masculine

Portraiture is, by nature, intimate. It invites the viewer into a private moment shared by the photographer and subject. In her latest work, “Every Breath We Drew,” Jess Dugan invites the viewer to reflect on her vision of the masculine identity. Show More Summary

Capture One Pro 8.2 Brings Seriously Upgraded Color Grading Tools For Raw Photos

New camera profiles and upgraded color correction tools make their way to Capture One Pro When it comes to Raw photo editors, Capture One Pro is certainly up there with the best of them, and the new version brings with it some serious...Show More Summary

This Is How You Shoot an Insane Mountain Bike Photo In Front of a Solar Eclipse

Danny MacAskill is awesome and so is this photo Photography and mountain bikes are two things I'm supremely nerdy about, so when I saw photographer Rutger Pauw's shot of Danny MacAskill sending a gnarly drop in front of a massive solar...Show More Summary

Instagram #Cliche Photo Contest: Food

Embrace the cliche, but do it with style and you can win a brand new, $250 MeFOTO tripod setup Right now, Instagram is one of the biggest photo sharing platforms in the world. It's also one of the most controversial with photographers. Show More Summary

The 10 Best New Photography Books of Spring 2015

American Photo's top picks of the season Inspiring photobooks on the squatters of New York, wild pigeons, playgrounds around the world, and more in American Photo's roundup of the season's best. Photo by: Popular Photography Magazine Editor bestbookspring read more

The World Says Farewell to Photography Lighting Icon Paul C. Buff

A photography pioneer has passed away If you're a lighting nerd, then Paul C. Buff needs no real introduction. For those of you who may be unfamiliar, he's the eccentric, brilliant person responsible for some of the most innovative studio lighting products around. Show More Summary

20 Astonishing Photos From the Wellcome Image Awards

Pictures of 3D printed lungs, a mouse brain and a cat tongue among the finalists Scientific images are both shocking and fascinating, as they often show us parts of our natural world that go entirely unseen: cross sections of brains,...Show More Summary

Open Post: How Embarrassing Is Your First Instagram Photo?

Was it a selfie or food? We're not here to judge Earlier today, I came across this post from Transworld Surfing about how bad surfers used to be at Instagram. I couldn't help but be curious about my own early days in Instagram, so I went back to my very first post to see just how entrenched those gaudy filters and awful borders really were. Show More Summary

You Can Buy an Official Nikon Camera Hot Shoe Cover in Japan

Would you buy an official Nikon hot shoe cover? For the most part, DSLR cameras are sealed up pretty tightly and do a solid job of keeping gunk off of important pieces. The hot shoe (that little square connection port on top of the camera where the flash attaches) however is an exception, often remaining exposed and collecting grime. Show More Summary

Impossible B&W 600 Generation 2 Instant Film Is Their Sharpest, Fastest Stock Yet

The latest film from Impossible got some help from a former Polaroid tech lead In terms of volume, instant photography is still an extremely niche space, but you don't have to be a Polaroid junkie to appreciate the hard work that Impossible is doing on those little square photos we all love so much. Show More Summary

Neil Selkirk with Elizabeth Avedon

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