Photography
Photography

Lomography's latest is all about that glass with a bright wide-angle lens

With both the widest focal length and the widest aperture yet, the Lomography Magellan is focused on the lens. The instant camera is set to debut in April for $189 and uses Fujifilm Instax Mini film.
Photography

Battle of the bulge: Engineers eliminate camera bump with slide-out module

Cameras are too big to fit inside slim smartphones without a bump unless, of course, manufacturers decide to try this odd camera module. The camera pulls out from the side of the smartphone and is tucked away for storage.
Social Media

Want to keep that live video around? Instagram now lets you do just that

If it was good enough to share with the world, it's probably good enough to save, right? That, at least, seems to be what Instagram thinks of your live video, as it now gives you the option of saving your broadcast.
Photography

How to shoot cinematic headshots on a budget

You don't need a ton of gear or an expensive studio in order to get some great cinematic headshots. In this quick video Portland, Oregon-based photographer Levy Moroshan talks about shooting cinematic headshots on a budget.
Photography

Nikon wants you to ‘write’ a love letter to New York City, with your camera

There's more than one way to write a love letter -- Nikon is asking photographers to shoot and share photos that show love for NYC. The campaign encourages New Yorkers to shoot photos that will be displayed throughout the city.
Photography

Four new grants open up for female documentary photographers

Women Photograph, the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting, and Ona are working together to fund four new grants for female photojournalists. The grants are designed for documentary work anywhere in the world.
Photography

The Lily flying camera is permanently grounded, and refund timing is unclear

After multiple delays, Lily the flying camera now won't ever ship, as the company announced its closure. It will be issuing a refund to over 60,000 pre-order customers after it couldn't fund the product's manufacturing.
Photography

Grading for grit: How colorists conveyed the emotion of a social justice movement

Colorists at Post Factory NY used DaVinci Resolve to grade a documentary about the Ferguson protests, but their main goal was simply to stay out of the way.
Photography

This photo app uses VR to help you plan your shots — and it’s now cross-platform

Need to know just where the Milky Way will be in the sky, to scout a location or calculate depth of field? PhotoPills, previously available on iOS, is now on Android.
Photography

Hey photographers, AI is helping editors determine which photos make the cut

Stock photography company Dreamstime is now using AI to help get images through the submission process faster. The program flags potential problems before they even reach a human editor.