Month: June 2020

DPReview scored the official confirmation that the entire photo industry has been waiting on for years now: the Sony a7S III is indeed coming ‘later this summer,’ and the company is promising ‘supreme’ performance from the ‘completely redesigned’ camera. The bombshell revelation came in an interview that DPReview conducted with VP and Senior General Manager
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The grand landscapes are beautiful to view and probably the reason you got into landscape photography but the smaller details and intimate scenes can be just as picturesque. Capturing these scenes isn’t only a great way of creating impressive art, it’s also a creative challenge that forces you to think differently. Abstract landscape photography is
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This month photography, like everything else, has been dominated by the novel coronavirus and protests. Here are some of the stories and photos that did not make it into our regular coverage. Addressing Racism and Issues of Representation Through Photography –BJPCarrie Mae Weems, Dana Scruggs, Lola Flash, and Mark Sealy invite us to look and
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[embedded content] Well-known French astrophotographer and amateur astronomer Thierry Legault released this 50-second video showing an ISS solar transit he just captured. It’s notable for being the first time the ISS’s Canadarm2 robotic arm has been photographed during a transit. Legault was shooting with a Olympus E-M1 II mirrorless camera mounted on a CFF 200mm
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Composition is one of the most important factors in creating impactful and memorable photos. It doesn’t matter how fascinating the conditions are; images that lack a solid composition are less likely to be remembered. Landscape photography has changed a lot during the last years and it might even be fair to say that the term
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The US District Court for the Southern District of New York has re-opened the controversial copyright infringement lawsuit filed by photographer Stephanie Sinclair against the publication Mashable, who embedded one of her images through Instagram after she denied their request to license the photo for an article. The dispute stems from a 2016 article titled,
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Instagram is officially expanding its Commerce Eligibility Requirements, opening up the Instagram Shopping experience to smaller businesses, including “creators.” Photographers with a large enough following could stand to benefit in a bit way. The announcement was made on the Instagram Business blog, where the company explained why and how they’ll be expanding the requirements to
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After a year of rumors, denials, and backtracking, it’s finally official: Olympus is exiting the camera business after an 84-year run as one of the world’s most recognizable brands in the industry. In a notice published to its website today, Olympus announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding to sell its camera division
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Tamara is a Serbian photographer and videographer who shares a commercial photography business with her partner Davor. Working through a variety of genres, Tamara brings fresh creativity and experimentation to her commercial photography practice. Q: Your photography handle is artymotion_visuals, give us the backstory behind that name. A: When my partner Davor and I thought
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