19. November 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Facebook to Be Hit by Antitrust Cases Over Purchase of Instagram: Report

Facebook to Be Hit by Antitrust Cases Over Purchase of Instagram: Report

Facebook may reportedly be hit with both state and federal antitrust lawsuits, with one of the main focuses being its 2012 acquisition of the photo-sharing app Instagram.

The Washington Post reports that the lawsuits will likely accuse F… Read the rest “Facebook to Be Hit by Antitrust Cases Over Purchase of Instagram: Report”

18. November 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Apple Silicon is a True Game-Changer for Photographers

Apple Silicon is a True Game-Changer for Photographers

Late last week, Apple unveiled its most consequential product in at least a decade. 10 years, 9 months, 2 weeks, and 2 days after Steve Jobs took the stage to unveil the first iPad, Tim Cook announced the release of three new Macs powered by App… Read the rest “Apple Silicon is a True Game-Changer for Photographers”

9. November 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Apple Reveals Its Design Philosophy Behind the iPhone Camera

Apple Reveals Its Design Philosophy Behind the iPhone Camera

Since the Pro Max marks the first time in a while that Apple changed the size of its camera sensor, PetaPixel spoke to two Apple executives who outlined the company’s vision and design philosophy behind camera development.

In an inte… Read the rest “Apple Reveals Its Design Philosophy Behind the iPhone Camera”

6. November 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Camera Sales in 2020 Have Plummeted As Much As 54%

Camera Sales in 2020 Have Plummeted As Much As 54%

The Camera and Imaging Products Association in Japan, otherwise known as CIPA, has published global camera and lens production data through September of this year, and the results show that the industry clearly has taken a hit from the glo… Read the rest “Camera Sales in 2020 Have Plummeted As Much As 54%”

5. November 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Fujifilm Executive: ‘APS-C is the Best-Balanced System’

Fujifilm Executive: ‘APS-C is the Best-Balanced System’

In an interview with Amatuer Photographer, Fujifilm’s new European President and Managing Director Toshi Iida says that “APS-C is the best-balanced system” and explains why he believes the company has been doing &#… Read the rest “Fujifilm Executive: ‘APS-C is the Best-Balanced System’”

2. November 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für iFixit Finds Repairing the iPhone 12’s Camera Makes it ‘Unreliable’

iFixit Finds Repairing the iPhone 12’s Camera Makes it ‘Unreliable’

Despite scoring the iPhone 12 a “6 out of 10 for repairability,” iFixit has found that its standard camera module repair tests were “unreliable,” giving a buggy and inconsistent experience. In short, it fails. … Read the rest “iFixit Finds Repairing the iPhone 12’s Camera Makes it ‘Unreliable’”

28. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Unsurprisingly, Images That Mirror Life During COVID-19 Surged in Popularity This Year

Unsurprisingly, Images That Mirror Life During COVID-19 Surged in Popularity This Year

Early on in the pandemic, you may have noticed that commercials did not deviate from norms, which led to a bit of a reality disconnect between viewers and advertisers. Eight months later, that definitely has changed.

According to AdobeRead the rest “Unsurprisingly, Images That Mirror Life During COVID-19 Surged in Popularity This Year”

27. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Tech Startup Boom Raises $7M, Wants To Be Amazon for Photography

Tech Startup Boom Raises $7M, Wants To Be Amazon for Photography

Boom, a Milan-headquartered tech startup, has raised $7 million in Series A funding based on its proprietary technology that is said to provide a way for companies to purchase “high-quality” images affordably, on a global s… Read the rest “Tech Startup Boom Raises $7M, Wants To Be Amazon for Photography”

26. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Instagram to Update Nudity Policy After Plus-Sized Model Controversy

Instagram to Update Nudity Policy After Plus-Sized Model Controversy

After coming under fire for its inconsistencies with how it handled photos of plus-sized model Nyome Nicholas-Williams on its platform, Instagram will update its policy on nudity.

Following a campaign launched in The Observern, the pub… Read the rest “Instagram to Update Nudity Policy After Plus-Sized Model Controversy”

26. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Canon’s Market Share Spikes in Japan, Threatens to Overtake Sony

Canon’s Market Share Spikes in Japan, Threatens to Overtake Sony

According to a report by BCN, despite a rough start to the year due to the proliferation of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, the camera has begun to recover in Japan, with Canon most notably growing in full-frame market share and closing in on Sony. … Read the rest “Canon’s Market Share Spikes in Japan, Threatens to Overtake Sony”

15. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Adobe Unveils Free Collection of Over 70,000 Stock Photos and Other Assets

Adobe Unveils Free Collection of Over 70,000 Stock Photos and Other Assets

In preparation for this year’s virtual AdobeMAX conference, Adobe has unveiled two new initiatives that are meant to “inspire and empower diverse voices as we democratize creativity”: an Artist Development Fund, a… Read the rest “Adobe Unveils Free Collection of Over 70,000 Stock Photos and Other Assets”

12. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Leica ‘Rifle’ is Expected to Sell for $250,000 at Leitz Photographica

This Leica ‘Rifle’ is Expected to Sell for $250,000 at Leitz Photographica

On November 21st, the 37th Annual Leitz Photographica Auction will take place in Vienna and online. And while the full catalog hasn’t been published yet, Leica has unveiled a few “highlights” for collectors to drool o… Read the rest “This Leica ‘Rifle’ is Expected to Sell for $250,000 at Leitz Photographica”

12. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für This Leica ‘Rifle’ is Expected to Sell for $250,000 at Leitz Photographica

This Leica ‘Rifle’ is Expected to Sell for $250,000 at Leitz Photographica

On November 21st, the 37th Annual Leitz Photographica Auction will take place in Vienna and online. And while the full catalog hasn’t been published yet, Leica has unveiled a few “highlights” for collectors to drool o… Read the rest “This Leica ‘Rifle’ is Expected to Sell for $250,000 at Leitz Photographica”

9. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Why is Adobe Called Adobe? The Story of Garage Startup to Empire

Why is Adobe Called Adobe? The Story of Garage Startup to Empire

Have you ever wondered why Adobe is called Adobe? Or perhaps you are curious about how the company went from a garage startup to one of the most powerful software companies in the world. In this 17-minute video, ColdFusion answers those ques… Read the rest “Why is Adobe Called Adobe? The Story of Garage Startup to Empire”

8. Oktober 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nikon Introduces ‘Worry-Free’ 30-Day Trial for the Full-Frame Nikon Z5

Nikon Introduces ‘Worry-Free’ 30-Day Trial for the Full-Frame Nikon Z5

Nikon has brought back the ‘Nikon Yellow’ trial program, allowing US-based photographers to try the new Nikon Z5 full-frame mirrorless camera “worry free” for 30 days. If you don’t like it, simply send b… Read the rest “Nikon Introduces ‘Worry-Free’ 30-Day Trial for the Full-Frame Nikon Z5”

7. Oktober 2020
von Usman Dawood
Kommentare deaktiviert für Is There Anything Nikon Can Do to Keep Up With the Competition?

Is There Anything Nikon Can Do to Keep Up With the Competition?

On the 14th of October, Nikon is set to announce its latest cameras. These are due to be updates to the Z 7 and Z 6 mirrorless cameras. There are a lot of expectations, but the biggest expected update for these cameras is… the second card s… Read the rest “Is There Anything Nikon Can Do to Keep Up With the Competition?”

7. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für JIP to Ditch Olympus Name, Focus on ‘High End’ MFT Cameras: Report

JIP to Ditch Olympus Name, Focus on ‘High End’ MFT Cameras: Report

Japan Industrial Partners’ (JIP) acquisition of Olympus’ imaging division may not have included the Olympus name according to a new report. Additionally, JIP appears to be aiming its direction in micro four thirds to the &#… Read the rest “JIP to Ditch Olympus Name, Focus on ‘High End’ MFT Cameras: Report”

5. Oktober 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Panasonic Doesn’t Expect Olympus Owners to Switch To Its Products

Panasonic Doesn’t Expect Olympus Owners to Switch To Its Products

In the wake of Olympus’ finalized deal with Japan Industrial Partners to assume control of the company’s imaging business, Panasonic apparently isn’t very hopeful that many of Olympus’ Micro Four Thirds phot… Read the rest “Panasonic Doesn’t Expect Olympus Owners to Switch To Its Products”

3. Oktober 2020
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für IKEA to Stop Selling Non-Rechargeable Alkaline Batteries by 2021

IKEA to Stop Selling Non-Rechargeable Alkaline Batteries by 2021

IKEA has announced that it will completely stop selling non-rechargeable alkaline batteries starting next year. If you’re a photographer who uses the batteries to power camera gear, you’re encouraged to switch over to IKE… Read the rest “IKEA to Stop Selling Non-Rechargeable Alkaline Batteries by 2021”

30. September 2020
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Olympus Concludes Sale of Imaging Business to JIP, Shares More Details

Olympus Concludes Sale of Imaging Business to JIP, Shares More Details

Late last night, Olympus officially finalized the sale of its Imaging business to Japan Industrial Partners (JIP) and released a detailed press release in which they share some of what we can expect from so-called “OM Digital Solut… Read the rest “Olympus Concludes Sale of Imaging Business to JIP, Shares More Details”