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Jul 31, 2015 07:26PM

Jul 31, 2015 08:10PM

Pentax K-S2 Review: Ricoh?s affordable, all-weather DSLR sports all the latest innovations

    When we spoke to Ricoh about its nascent K-S DSLR lineup at the CP+ show earlier this year, the company told us that it was all about innovation. The all-weather Pentax K-S2 is true to its word, sporting all the latest must-have tech. Features we've never seen before in a Pentax DSLR are to be found in the K-S2. There's a retractable kit-lens, a tilt/swivel screen, clever controls which rearrange themselves when shooting selfies... Ricoh has even foregone its Flucard Wi-Fi solution in favor of that 2015 must-have: In-camera...
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Jul 31, 2015 03:18PM

More heat for Light: ?SLR-killer? camera maker wins $25 million in new funding, we have the interview

Yesterday, photography start-up Light, whom we’ve introduced and interviewed in the past, announced it had secured $25 million in Series B funding, putting their allegedly SLR-killing smartphone camera tech a big step closer to reality. We talked with with Light CEO Dave Grannan and CTO Rajiv Laroia to learn what this means for the company, and the prospect that their next-gen camera tech will be in consumers hands sooner than later. We spoke for about 20 minutes, here's a quick digest of what we learned. Light going forward: A Q&A with CTO Dr. Rajiv...
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Jul 31, 2015 09:42AM

Panasonic GX8 Beta First Shots: Pixel-peep the highest-res Micro Four Thirds camera to date

    While it may be a beta sample, we've gotten our hands on a brand-new Panasonic GX8 and shot some test photos with it. We've published our standard First Shots set of lab sample images, and they're now ready for your perusal -- with the provision that due to the prototype nature of this unit, image quality might be slightly different once the final production ones hit store shelves. The Panasonic GX8 sports an all-new 20.3-megapixel Digital Live MOS imaging sensor, which is the highest resolution 4/3" sensor offered to date for a...
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Jul 30, 2015 03:25PM

Fujifilm X-T10 Field Test: Classic style, modern features

    Our favorite Maine-based landscape and nature photographer Jeremy Gray is back once again with another in-depth Field Test, this time taking the brand-new Fuji X-T10 out for a spin. Spending some quality time with the much-lauded Fuji X-T1's little brother, Jeremy dives in to discuss both the good and bad for this modern-yet-retro mirrorless camera. The new X-T10 is aimed more at mid-range, intermediate-level photographers and sports a smaller, lighter body design, a quick one-touch switch for a fully automatic shooting mode, as...
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Aug 01, 2015 05:00AM

Readers' Showcase: Sarnim Dean

Born and raised in New Zealand, DPR reader Sarnim Dean has been surrounded his whole life by wildlife and landscapes many of us only dream of visiting. He explores the country on his mountain bike and with his camera. Take a look at some of his images and find out more about him in our Q&A. See gallery

Jul 31, 2015 12:02PM

On the fly: photographer captures Blue Angels from the air

The Blue Angels announced their arrival in Seattle this week as they usually do - suddenly, and with a lot of noise. While we've been able to catch glimpses of them flying over from our office windows, as they prepare for a local maritime festival. But our view is nothing like the view photographer Josh Trujillo had during their flyby yesterday afternoon. Read more

Jul 31, 2015 05:00AM

Quick Review: PhotoKeeper

PhotoKeeper aims to provide photographers with safe cloud storage and easy access to their images from anywhere. While there's no shortage of websites providing free storage for photos, PhotoKeeper goes beyond the standard offerings and tailors its product to photographers. Are its features worth the price? Read review

Jul 30, 2015 10:54AM

Samsung starts mass-production of thinner 16MP sensor with 1.0?m Pixels

Samsung has announced the start of mass-production of its S5K3P3 image sensor for mobile devices. The new chip is 20 percent thinner than previous generations. At under 5mm thickness, the new sensor can be used in ultra-thin smartphones without creating the protruding camera modules we've seen on some of the latest Samsung Galaxy models. Read more

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May 29, 2013 05:30PM

Web site moving to a new server

This site will be moving to a new server shortly. The move will be accompanied by a slight change in the path to site pages. As before, you'll be able to reach the entrance to the site by surfing to, but any of your bookmarks that end with or include .asp in the path will soon lead to a dead end. Simply substituting html for asp will fix things in most cases.

Go to advertiser website.

Jul 18, 2012 08:00PM

Personal message: a new job means a big change for this website

Earlier this month, I accepted a photojournalism instructor position at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) here in Calgary. SAIT is home to one of Canada's premiere visual journalism programs, and I'm excited that the teaching of future Canadian photojournalists will be my full-time gig starting in a few week's time. My new job has led to an especially difficult decision regarding this website, please see the full story for more.

Jul 17, 2012 01:30PM

Nick Didlick demonstrates video, time-lapse abilities of Nikon 1 V1

Vancouver, Canada-based photographer Nick Didlick has recently posted two short movies showcasing the video and time-lapse capabilities of the Nikon 1 V1 camera. Each is well worth a look, both for what Didlick has captured and for the ethereal effect he has given each video in post-production.

Jul 17, 2012 11:30AM

A few thoughts about the Nikon D4

Since picking up a Nikon D4 in March it has been my go-to camera for low light and high speed photography, supplementing a D800E that's now used for just about everything else. Here are a few observations about D4 image quality, autofocus, wireless networking and more.

Jul 16, 2012 09:00AM

Usability improvements headline ShutterSnitch 2.5

ShutterSnitch, our favourite iOS app for receiving pictures from a wireless-capable camera, is soon to be updated to v2.5. The new version brings with it some of the best usability improvements in the app since v2.0 was released back in 2010.

Earthbound Light Photography Tips
Jul 26, 2015 05:09PM

Dec 31, 1969 06:00PM

Auto ISO: Friend or Foe

Auto-exposure mode tells your camera you want it to pick what it thinks is the optimal aperture and shutter speed for each image. Most modern cameras also support even greater exposure automation via auto-ISO. Once set, your camera controls all three variables that determine exposure....

Dec 31, 1969 06:00PM

Shooting With More Than One Camera

As prices come down and time goes by, the number of shooters finding themselves with more than one camera body increases. Actually using both cameras though brings with it some new complications to work through....

Dec 31, 1969 06:00PM

Like Learning to Ride a Bike?

It's a common expression said about so many things: that they are in some way like learning to ride a bike. I recently heard this about photography, and it got me thinking....

Dec 31, 1969 06:00PM

Do It Yourself Dehaze

OK, for me at least, the new Dehaze is cool. But not everyone has joined the Creative Cloud and I've heard from some who want to know if they can get the same results without the real Dehaze. Here's my version of a do-it-yourself Dehaze....

Nov 15, 2012 08:38AM

Nov 14, 2012 06:54AM

Mary Cooney, Calvin Hom Promoted At Los Angeles Times

Deputy managing editor Colin Crawford has announced the promotion of Mary Cooney and Calvin Hom to the position of director of photography at the Los Angeles Times. Here's the memo Crawford sent to the staff:


To: The Staff

Nov 14, 2012 06:30AM

Register Now For Friday's NPPA Business Blitz Roadshow in California

This Friday and Saturday in California will be the final stop for NPPA's 2012 Business Blitz Roadshow, and registration for the November 16-17 event is now open.

Nov 13, 2012 08:06PM

Los Angeles Times Wins $266K From Photographer David Strick

By Kevin Roderick

An arbitrator has awarded the Los Angeles Times $266,000 to cover the costs of defending itself against a suit by longtime Hollywood editorial photographer David Strick. He argued that the Times could no longer use the photographs he shot while under contract to the newspaper after his contract ended. The Times disagreed. Strick sued.

Nov 13, 2012 02:02PM

Nikon Photo Day At Washington's Newseum

Professional speakers, Nikon product demonstrations, an "Eyes Of History" gallery talk, a Photo Safari, and a Pulitzer Prize photography presentation are among the events planned for Saturday, November 17, 2012, at the Nikon Photo Day at the Newseum in Washington, DC.

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Jul 30, 2015 11:20AM

ONE Album That Has it All

Sponsored by Finao Wedding photographers know that every detail counts, particularly when producing wedding albums to please clients with varying tastes. Finao, maker of high-end wedding albums, knows this too. It’s why the company created the ONE series, a leading line of premium quality, edge-to-edge, flush-mounted albums that give photographers limitless options and tools to […]

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Jul 29, 2015 08:32AM

PDN Video: W.M. Hunt on How to Build Career Bridges (Not Burn Them)

Photography careers are built on talent and hard work. But they also depend upon relationships–with mentors, editors, art directors, curators and others who can provide the critical support required for any career to grow and thrive. Veteran collector, curator and photography consultant W.M. Hunt explains in this exclusive PDN video how to build those important […]

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Jul 29, 2015 07:45AM

Video Pick: Rep Maren Levinson: Being a Good Photographer Isn?t Enough

Seattle-based photographer John Keatley recently posted a video interview he did with his rep, Redeye?s Maren Levinson, in which she touched on several changes to the photography industry. Her frank assessment of the market in which professional photographers and their reps operate has earned the video nearly 30,000 views on YouTube. When Levinson first started, […]

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Jul 27, 2015 10:48AM

The Perfect Portrait Formula: Peter Hurley?s Flex LED Lighting Setups for Men and Women

Sponsored by Westcott Portrait photographer Peter Hurley has become famous for his headshots. His YouTube tutorials for posing have gone viral thanks to his simple, effective tips for photographers?andthose who just want to look great in photos. Hurley?s lighting style evolved from a penchant for natural light, so he prefers a continuous light source on […]

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Jul 24, 2015 08:39AM

6 Photography Tips for Your Next Trip

Sponsored by NYIP Ah, summer! When life is sweet and vacations are (hopefully) a plenty. Whether you?re going for a short jaunt to a nearby locale or traveling for an extended stay abroad, you want to make pictures that show the region in the richest, most interesting way. But how do you do that? New […]

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Fri, 31 Jul 2015 22:21:15 GMT

Jul 31, 2015 02:21PM

Move your old blinds into the connected future

With Move's Bluetooth enabled motor, you can bring retrofit automation to your window shades.

Jul 31, 2015 01:21PM

Tiny Mazda CX-3 wows with big style, crisp handling

The 2016 Mazda CX-3 enters the suddenly crowded small CUV fray armed with style, tech, and handling finesse.

Jul 31, 2015 09:14AM

You could use Drivemode for Android while blindfolded, but please don't

It's so intuitive and simple that you could use the Drivemode app for Android while blindfolded, but don't try that while driving.

Jul 31, 2015 08:58AM

Instant Atmos speaker kit could use some polish

The Onkyo SKS-HT594 takes advantage of Dolby Atmos soundtracks and doesn't break the bank, but it's not the best value option.

Jul 31, 2015 07:30AM

Ford's Shelby Mustang GT350 hits the track with a rebel yell

Ford's race-ready Shelby Mustang GT350 is loud and proud, and it's a ready fit for the street and the track.