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Watch This: David Powell’s Life As A Street Photographer In Tokyo

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How To Street photography in Japan Photographer David Powell is a street photographer in Tokyo, Japan…

Rokinon Adds 135mm T2.2 Xeen Lens to Cinema Lineup

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Gear The line of high-end Xeen lenses gets a new telephoto option A new cinema lens extends the reach of the cinema-oriented Xeen lens series…

Did Canon just release a Nikon ad remake?

I will say, right off the bat, the photography itself is pretty amazing, but this video recently released by Canon is eerily similar to a D500 & SB-5000 promo video Nikon put out with Keith Ladzinski back in April. Canon’s “The Shot”, with Krystle Wright takes some speedlights and mounts them on drones in order to be able [...]Show More Summary

70 Candid and Amazing Photographs That Capture London’s Youth Culture from the Height of Punk

Taken in the streets, clubs, basements and bars of London between 1978 and 1987, the photographs in 78–87 London Youth celebrate the many mutations in London’s youth culture from the height of Punk to the birth of Acid House. British...Show More Summary

Second Time Around: Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II Review

Key Features 20MP 1"-type BSI CMOS sensor 24-100mm F1.8-F2.8 lens 3" tilting touchscreen LCD Click/click-less front dial 8 fps continuous shooting 1080/60p video capture For nearly two and a half years, Sony had the 1"-type sensor compact camera segment all to itself with its RX100 series. Show More Summary

The Magic of Old Italy Comes Alive in These Fantastical Photos of Small Shops

Francesco Pergolesi lived in the charming, ancient city of Spoleto, Italy, until he was 18, when he started college two hours away, in Rome. Initially, he came back to Spoleto nearly every weekend, but after he graduated, he began traveling for work, and his visits became less frequent. Show More Summary

5 Tips for Avoiding Boring Photos of Mountains

Jagged peaks, precipitous drops, deep and sweeping valleys: mountainous landscapes are unquestionably some of the most photogenic places on the planet. It shows too – take a look at any photo magazine or website, and you are likely to find not just one or two, but dozens of images of mountains. Show More Summary

Behind the scenes of the 12K Phase One XF IQ3 100MP Timelapse

Not long ago, we showed you an amazing 12K timelapse from Joe Capra shot on the Phase One XF IQ3 100MP camera. Why shoot in 12K if there’s no platform which supports it and no devices capable of playing back that resolution? For more creative zoom options in post. The final timelapse video was output [...]Show More Summary

Interview: Celebrity photographer Jeremy Cowart speaks to us about The Purpose Hotel

Imagine staying at a hotel where everything in the rooms - and the nightly rate of the room itself - benefited someone in need. That's the idea that lodged in commercial and editorial photographer Jeremy Cowart's imagination, and which...Show More Summary

How to create beautiful slow motion slider shots

At some point or another, most of us that shoot video have to create a clip sliding past, or moving around some kind of static object. Perhaps something small, like a pair of rings for wedding shooters, or it could be something as large as a car. In this video from DSLR Video Shooter, Caleb Pike walks [...]Show More Summary

60 Amazing Pictures of Everyday Life in Mongolia in the middle of 1920s

These are 60 rare vintage photos that captured the life of Mongolia in 1925. See more »

SmugMug Films: Point, Click, ShootTokyo

SmugMug's latest film features street photographer Dave Powell, the man behind the popular blog 'Shoot Tokyo'. In the video, Powell takes us on a tour through the streets of one of the most visually distinctive cities on earth. In an...Show More Summary

This Lab Releases Two Million Mosquitoes a Week for Science

Kevin Frayer's images take viewers inside a lab in Guangzhou, China where scientists are infecting mosquitoes with Wolbachia, a bacterium that prevents their eggs from hatching. The post This Lab Releases Two Million Mosquitoes a Week for Science appeared first on WIRED.

A couple on a bench on Parliament Hill, London, ca. 1960s

A couple on a bench on Parliament Hill with a vista of London including the dome of visible St. Paul's Cathedral, ca. 1960s. (Photo taken by John Gay)

Leica introduces silver version of the APO-SUMMICRON-M 50mm F2 ASPH

German camera manufacturer Leica has announced that it is to introduce a version of its premium f/2 standard lens for the M system finished in anodised silver. Until now the lens, which was first announced in 2012, has only been available in a black finish. Show More Summary

Maude Fealy in the 1900s – The Girl Who Made Men's Hearts Melting

Maude Fealy (1883 – N1971) was an American stage and silent film actress who survived into the talkie era. She is one of the most beautiful actresses in the 1900s. Here is a beautiful portrait photo collection of young Maude Fealy taken during the 1900s. See more »

Accusations fly over Fukushima photos

We recently featured the photography of Keow Wee Loong, who claimed he had entered Fukushima's exclusion zone without a permit. His photos of the area have been widely shared on social media and by other publications. While controversial...Show More Summary

Pennsylvania Lines: 1900

Circa 1900. "Anchor Line docks and Penna. R.R. coal & ore docks, Erie, Pennsylvania." Also represented: Cars of the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago Railway. 8x10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co. View full size.

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