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From next year, the world’s largest photography show, Photokina, becomes an annual event

Photokina is the highlight of many photographers calendars. It’s the largest photography trade event in the world. It’s so big, that it only happens once every two years, in Cologne, Germany. But that is all set to change. Photokina is now becoming an annual event. Show More Summary

Take your studio outside with this field macro photography guide

The world of macro photograph is one that can absorb a photographer completely. You start off simple, perhaps with a reversing ring photographing small things around the house. Then you find a bug or two, buy a macro ringflash. Perhaps a speedlight or two, small reflectors and maybe even a softbox. Show More Summary

The Pinhole Pro is the world’s first multi aperture pinhole lens designed for DSLRs

Pinhole photography has had an interesting life. It started off as the most basic fundamental way to capture an image. Despite becoming “obsolete” as lens technology developed, it’s still one of the first types of camera often taught to kids learning photography. Show More Summary

Dronescapes celebrates photography from above

The newly-released Dronescapes spotlights some of the world's most unique aerial images, with standouts including an eagle flying over Bali Barat National Park in Indonesia.

OnePlus 5 will feature DxO's photography expertise

In a world where Instagram has more users than the population of most countries, it's no secret that a phone's camera is often its selling point. Now, in a bid to win over some of that mammoth audience, phone manufacturer OnePlus has enlisted the help of photography experts DxO. Show More Summary

Ten of the Viking treasures on show in York for Viking – Rediscover the Legend

The Ormside Bowl. Photography Anthony Chappell Ross. Image courtesy of York Museums Trust (Yorkshire Museum). A major new exhibition by the Yorkshire Museum in partnership with the British Museum explores the world of the Vikings. Here are some of the treasures about to be revealed in Viking – Rediscover the Legend Read the rest of this article...

Today at Apple: Free Educational Classes for Everyone

Apple has launched its new effort to educate us all, with free classes now available at all 495 Apple Stores around the world. Today at Apple is a concerted effort to educate the masses in subjects including coding and photography. All made possible using Apple products, naturally. Show More Summary

Explore the World with Drone Photography

Explore the World with Drone Photography AoiroStudio May 17, 2017 Photography with drones is something I can't wait to pursue through experimentations and of course travelling eventually. It's always been about reaching another perspective on how we see things around us. Show More Summary

Gerhard Steidl Is Making Books an Art Form

The University of Göttingen, in Germany, owns one of the world’s rarest books: an intact Gutenberg Bible. When Gerhard Steidl, a printer and publisher of photography books, was growing up in Göttingen, in the nineteen-fifties and sixties,...Show More Summary

Stunning entries in CEWE photography competition

British-based photo book and online retailer CEWE is running a photo competition with the theme 'Our World is Beautiful'. These are some of the most incredible entries so far.

Tips for Macro Flower Photography

Macro photography is the best way to capture minuscule details, allowing you to explore a tiny, hidden world that would otherwise go unnoticed. Taking macro images of flowers is a rewarding type of photography. Flowers are excellent subjects, and they naturally look great. Show More Summary

Lake District uncovered in stunning photography series

Stuart Holmes is a landscape photographer based in Keswick, Cumbria. He said after travelling the world he realised there was an abundance of natural beauty on his doorstep.

Digital Photography – Is it the Death of Prints?

Fotografía, foto, photograph…all ways of saying the same thing. But what is this thing that we all strive to become better at doing and in turn share with the world? There was a time not so long ago that the idea of producing a photograph...Show More Summary

Artists Rethink What's Possible With A Photograph

2 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"Rather than offering viewers immediate access to information about the world or simply how some given portion of it looks, artists working in this mode see the techniques, conventions, and history of photography as an interpretive grid that makes some things harder to see and other things easier. They consider that their work can only […]

The dark world of Thomas G. Anderson will make you turn the lights on

If you take a left turn from the comfort of your usual photography sites and safe viewing places you might notice there is at them moment a wealth of darker delights for you to find. Images that shock, awe and downright creep you out. Show More Summary

Pinhole photography with a digital camera

Last Sunday (30th April) was ‘World Pinhole Day’. So I decided early on that my photo story this week would be about pinhole photography. Initially, I’d planned to take and show some pinhole photographs. But as I played with the idea,...Show More Summary

Ryanair Pilot Shares Photos Of Her High-Flying Life On Instagram

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

It's not all that surprising that so many pilots are trying their hands at photography these days, because when you spend your days looking at the world from up high you see lots of amazing sights most people don't get to see. So beautiful!...Show More Summary

The world's fastest camera can capture 5 trillion frames per second

A new camera developed in Sweden is faster than any photography gear on the planet. Researchers at Sweden's Lund University built a crazy-fast camera that can capture a staggering five trillion frames per second, or events as short as 0.2 trillionths of one second. Show More Summary

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