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Colorization artist under fire for photoshopping smiles to genocide victims

  https://twitter.com/vinkjohn/status/1380876964467249156https://twitter.com/CokeEnjoyer/status/1381127380228521985 Colorization artist Matt Loughrey recently came under fire for a serious “Photoshop crime.” He shared some of his work with Vice Asia, showing his colorized images of Cambodian genocide victims. But it was soon discovered that he added...

Five marketing tactics every photographer needs to know

As photographers, we all know marketing is important. We regularly hear that it can make or break a business. Good marketing can help you stand out. We’ve all wondered how and why some photographers have hundreds of thousands of followers when others are struggling to even hit triple digits. When you’ve got people talking about […] The post Five marketing...

The Moza Moin Camera is a tiny gimbal camera with a huge touchscreen LCD

Gudsen has launched its first camera. It’s the tiny gimbal stabilised Moza Moin Camera with a big 2.45″ flippy out touchscreen LCD. The lens offers a nice wide 120° field of view with a 1/2.3″ sensor. It shoots 12-megapixel photos, shoots 4K video at 60 frames per second,  or offers 1080p slow motion at 240 […] The post The Moza Moin Camera is a tiny...

Biden and Harris photographed with Sony A9 II; the first presidential portraits shot on a mirrorless camera

The White House has released the official portraits of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. An interesting thing is that they were taken on a Sony A9 II, unlike portraits of two former presidents that were shot on Canon cameras. Also, these are the first Presidential portraits to be shot on a mirrorless […] The post Biden and Harris...

How street photography changed my life

Today marks 10 years since I attended a photography walk that would change the course of my life. If you’d have told me at the time that this would lead me to photograph Arnold Schwarzenegger from just metres away, spend an evening alone drinking cocktails in a bar where the drink chooses you (before then […] The post How street photography changed...

Watch a DJI Mavic 2 Pro hit a car windshield at 62.5mph

Impacts are always fun videos to watch, especially in slow motion and even more so when it results in something being completely obliterated. Well, we’ve got the impact and the slow-motion but not so much of the obliteration in this video. It was created in partnership with the Virginia Tech Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership, the College […] The post...

Sightron has announced five new Player One astrophotography cameras

Sightron Japan has announced five new Player One Astronomy astrophotography cameras, expected to be released next week, named after the planets in accordance with the size of each of their sensors. The Sony-made sensors inside each camera are either 1/2.8″ for the Mars variants and 1/1.8″ for the Neptune models and each is designed for […] The post...

Canon just killed off a lot more EF & EF-S mount DSLR lenses with more going soon

Canon’s cull of DSLR lenses continues. According to a report from Canon Rumors, no fewer than nine more Canon EF and EF-S lenses have been added to the discontinued list, with four more Canon EF primes (including some sports and wildlife big guns) slated to be discontinued at some point during 2021. With a couple […] The post Canon just killed off...

TTArtisan’s 21mm f/1.5 is now available in (much cheaper) Sony E and Nikon Z mounts

Initially launched at the end of 2019 for Leica M mount, TTArtisan has now released two new mount versions of its 21mm f/1.5 full-frame wide-angle lens. No longer do you need to use adapters to fit the Leica M mount lens onto your Sony or Nikon mirrorless camera. It’s now available in both Sony E […] The post TTArtisan’s 21mm f/1.5 is now available...

This stunning moon footage was shot with “the world’s sharpest super-telephoto lens”

Seeing the Moon up close through my crappy telescope was one of the moments that left a huge impression on me. And I’m sure that seeing it through a super-sharp super-telephoto lens would have been even more impressive. Well, Markus Stark did it and he created a stunning video of the moon using a Leica […] The post This stunning moon footage was shot...

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