Photography
Photography

Canon’s latest all-in-one inkjets print directly from social media, cloud storage

Printers may seem like basic technology, but Canon is adding both efficiency and functionality with its latest options. From printing directly from social media and cloud accounts to improved yields, the Maxima printers offer a range of…
Cool Tech

Incredible AI app can ‘repaint’ photos to look like it was composed by famous artists

Prisma, a free, Russian-made photo app, allows users to customize their images by feeding photos through an artificial intelligence that "repaints" them in the style of great artists like Van Gogh, Munch, and Picasso.
Photography

‘Paint’ walls a different color with this simple Photoshop trick

Aaron Nace of Phlearn breaks down how you can change the colors of walls in photographs using a few simple steps in Photoshop. With the help of selection tools and a few adjustment layers, you can easily turn your brown walls…
Photography

Samyang makes good on its promise, announces first of 5 new lenses

Last week Samyang teased five new lenses, which would be announced in five consecutive weeks starting July 18. The Korean optics company made good on the promise on Monday when it unveiled the Xeen 135mm t/2.2 lens.
Photography

Could Olympus’ new patented focusing tech end the DSLR vs. mirrorless debate?

If mirrorless cameras could focus just as fast as DSLRs, would that end the debate over which is better? A patent filed by Olympus would allow its mirrorless lenses to both lose some weight and gain some serious autofocus speed.
Photography

This 348-pound lens was once mounted on a Soviet spy satellite — and it’s for sale

Super spies won't be carrying this lens around in their pockets -- this 348 pound lens is nearly 4.5 feet long. The lens, once on the Russian reconnaissance satellite Yantar 4K2, is listed for sale on an online classified site.
Photography

Phase One adds high-end medium-format zoom lenses with speedy flash sync

The open-source, medium-format camera system Phase One is impressive, but the latest high-end Schneider Kreuznach Blue Ring zoom lenses make things even better, with their high-speed flash sync and new focus calibration.
Social Media

Snapchat wants to show you ads based on the objects in your Snaps

A newly published Snapchat patent shows technology that uses image recognition technology to serve ads based on objects that were within the snap. The firm may be hoping for a major revenue boost from this technology.
Photography

Fujifilm gave us a sneak peek at its first U.S. retail store, and it’s a wonder

Located in the heart of New York's Flatiron District, Fujifilm's new Wonder Photo Shop seeks to inspire a "photo renaissance." The company's first retail space in the U.S. will offer hands-on access to key products, events, and workshops.
Social Media

Snapchat quietly rolled out a feature to share your fave accounts

Snapchat has quietly rolled out a “suggest” function that lets you recommend accounts to your friends, allowing you to easily share their details with your followers in the process. It applies to every single profile on the app.
Photography

Pro photographer uses $20 camera to prove it’s not the gear that makes a photo great

For DigitalRev's latest “Pro Photographer, Cheap Camera” challenge, photographer Matt Usher is given an old Nikon CoolPix 995 and asked to capture the best possible images he can. The results are astounding.
Photography

Homemade motion-control camera rig works almost like the real thing

While there is certainly no shortage of DIY photography projects out there, this ingenious hardware hacker cobbled together spare parts into the ultimate motion control Franken-rig.