24. Februar 2021
von Allen Murabayashi
Kommentare deaktiviert für Who Should Own Photos of Slaves?

Who Should Own Photos of Slaves?

In 1976 while rummaging through an attic of Harvard’s Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology in search of old museum publications, editorial assistant Lorna Condon opened a drawer in a wooden cabinet. Inside, she found a number of fl… Read the rest “Who Should Own Photos of Slaves?”

23. Februar 2021
von Joey J.
Kommentare deaktiviert für ‘Don’t Upgrade Your Camera Gear Unless It’s Limiting You’

‘Don’t Upgrade Your Camera Gear Unless It’s Limiting You’

I recently came across an interesting comment made by a participant in a photography forum: “You should only upgrade your camera only if it’s limiting you, not just because you have the money to.”

This is the explanation for ho… Read the rest “‘Don’t Upgrade Your Camera Gear Unless It’s Limiting You’”

13. Februar 2021
von Erin Babnik
Kommentare deaktiviert für Clubhouse for Photographers: Social Media as We Know It is About to Change

Clubhouse for Photographers: Social Media as We Know It is About to Change

Many photographers have had the same reaction that I did upon hearing about yet another new social media app hitting the radar: a yawn and a roll of the eyes. We have seen countless apps and image-sharing sites emerge with fanfare and then fai… Read the rest “Clubhouse for Photographers: Social Media as We Know It is About to Change”

12. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Should the Sony Alpha 1 Be Compared to the EOS R5?

Should the Sony Alpha 1 Be Compared to the EOS R5?

Since the Alpha 1 made its way into the hands of YouTubers and reviewers, a flurry of videos has been released that compare Sony’s flagship against the Canon EOS R5. But is this really a comparison that we should be making?

Last week, Go… Read the rest “Should the Sony Alpha 1 Be Compared to the EOS R5?”

3. Februar 2021
von Alan Adler
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Advantage of Square Format Photography

The Advantage of Square Format Photography

Square format simplifies shooting because you never have to rotate the camera. You can edit the image to any format you like.

I always preferred rectangular prints. Square format, such as the 6×6 Rolleiflex, looked wrong to me. But th… Read the rest “The Advantage of Square Format Photography”

26. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Sony Alpha 1 is the Most ‘Pro’ Camera of the Mirrorless Age

The Sony Alpha 1 is the Most ‘Pro’ Camera of the Mirrorless Age

The Sony Alpha 1 is undoubtedly impressive. It’s the culmination of years of technology advancements across multiple camera lines that have converged into a single, outrageously powerful capture device. It also is a return to the … Read the rest “The Sony Alpha 1 is the Most ‘Pro’ Camera of the Mirrorless Age”

20. Januar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nikon is Going to be Fine… Probably

Nikon is Going to be Fine… Probably

If you pay any attention to the photography industry, it’s hard to ignore the news of the financial struggle that Nikon has been dealing with since late last year. What were once rumors are now confirmed: the company isn’t in a g… Read the rest “Nikon is Going to be Fine… Probably”

7. Januar 2021
von Brian Christianson
Kommentare deaktiviert für Learning to See Again

Learning to See Again

Crash! I tentatively turn my body in the direction of the sound already aware of its cause. There, a few feet away in the rocks, lay one of my cameras, its lens akimbo.

The camera had been capturing a time-lapse of the sunrise. The raging wind ha… Read the rest “Learning to See Again”

31. Dezember 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Camera Predictions for 2021: What We Think You Can Expect

Camera Predictions for 2021: What We Think You Can Expect

DPReview just released its annual camera industry predictions video where Chris and Jordan discuss what they think will come from the leading manufacturers. I think that, for the most part, they’re right on the nose.

2020 was an … Read the rest “Camera Predictions for 2021: What We Think You Can Expect”

30. Dezember 2020
von Chris Parker
Kommentare deaktiviert für Should You Buy a Used Camera?

Should You Buy a Used Camera?

Recently, we had a private Facebook group member ask what others thought about buying a used digital camera. The response was around 70% for and 30% against.

Those odds aren’t that bad. But, with your money on the line, do you want to take a cha… Read the rest “Should You Buy a Used Camera?”

14. Dezember 2020
von Simon King
Kommentare deaktiviert für When Bokeh Isn’t Best: Appreciating a Deeper Depth of Field

When Bokeh Isn’t Best: Appreciating a Deeper Depth of Field

Recently, the more I study my photographs, the more I feel that bokeh is cheating me out of a more substantial image. I really like photographs with a lot of visual complexity — well presented, not chaotic, but a clear arrangement of mu… Read the rest “When Bokeh Isn’t Best: Appreciating a Deeper Depth of Field”

10. Dezember 2020
von Chris Gouge
Kommentare deaktiviert für Why You Must Adapt To New Technologies and Changing Markets

Why You Must Adapt To New Technologies and Changing Markets

With all the attention AI Photo editing software has been getting lately, specifically Skylum’s Luminar AI, I felt compelled recently to share my own thoughts on the software and what I believe it means for the photography industry … Read the rest “Why You Must Adapt To New Technologies and Changing Markets”

4. Dezember 2020
von Phil Mistry
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photographer Gets Death Threats Over Utah Monolith Photo in NYTimes

Photographer Gets Death Threats Over Utah Monolith Photo in NYTimes

Ross Bernards left Vail, Colorado, in June of 2018 to live the #VanLife full time to provide flexibility and more opportunity to “explore the most photogenic and best-kept secrets of North America” and its iconic landscapes… Read the rest “Photographer Gets Death Threats Over Utah Monolith Photo in NYTimes”

3. Dezember 2020
von Michael Comeau
Kommentare deaktiviert für AI Editing Will NOT Ruin Photography

AI Editing Will NOT Ruin Photography

AI is the #1 buzzword in the digital photography world. Skylum, which has ridden the AI photo editing craze better than any company, is about to release Luminar AI. ON1 now offers ON1 Portrait AI. DxO announced DxO DeepPRIME, which it descri… Read the rest “AI Editing Will NOT Ruin Photography”

30. November 2020
von Dave Koch
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Problem with the Utah Monolith

The Problem with the Utah Monolith

Just the other day, a tall metal “monolith” was discovered in the Utah desert. From what I have learned, this tower of shiny metal was placed in a very out-of-the-way location sometime in 2016 (based on its sudden appearance in Google Earth i… Read the rest “The Problem with the Utah Monolith”

23. November 2020
von Joey J.
Kommentare deaktiviert für Photoshop’s Sky Replacement Makes Photography Something It’s Not

Photoshop’s Sky Replacement Makes Photography Something It’s Not

Let me ask you a question. Is this photo real or fake? This might be a difficult question because the answer depends on what you define as real or fake.

Where is the Line, and Who Draws It?

Firstly, there is no denying that post-production (a.k.… Read the rest “Photoshop’s Sky Replacement Makes Photography Something It’s Not”

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”

17. November 2020
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Time is a Flat Circle: ‘Fleets’ Are Instagram Stories, But For Twitter

Time is a Flat Circle: ‘Fleets’ Are Instagram Stories, But For Twitter

Instead of giving users an edit button, Twitter instead today rolled out a new feature called Fleets. Fleets are a knockoff of Instagram Stories, which are of course a knockoff of Snapchat Stories. Time is a flat circle.

As announced via the Read the rest “Time is a Flat Circle: ‘Fleets’ Are Instagram Stories, But For Twitter”

16. November 2020
von Brandon Ballweg
Kommentare deaktiviert für Street Photography Is Not a Crime. Let’s Keep it That Way.

Street Photography Is Not a Crime. Let’s Keep it That Way.

The New York Daily News recently published an opinion piece by a writer named Jean Son titled “When your photograph harms me: New York should look to curb unconsensual photography of women” and I would like to address it here.

The premise of J… Read the rest “Street Photography Is Not a Crime. Let’s Keep it That Way.”

16. November 2020
von Chris Gouge
Kommentare deaktiviert für Will AI Editing Ruin Photography? And What Is The Solution?

Will AI Editing Ruin Photography? And What Is The Solution?

I recently watched a video on YouTube by the very popular landscape photographer Thomas Heaton. The video was titled “AI editing will ruin photography as we know it” where Thomas discusses a new photo editing program soon to bRead the rest “Will AI Editing Ruin Photography? And What Is The Solution?”