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Meyer Optik to resurrect Primoplan 58mm f/1.9 ‘wonder bokeh’ lens

Meyer Optik is back at it again, reviving one of its classic lenses, the 58mm f/1.9 Primoplan 'wonder bokeh' lens. Designed for modern-day camera systems, this lens offers multiple bokeh styles in a single package.
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Photoshop can make an image appear as if it was shot through a glass window

Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to add fake window reflections to your images, making them look as if you shot the picture through a glass window. The effect is fairly simple to do, but has an incredible effect on the image.
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Laowa 15mm f/2 from Venus Optics is world’s fastest

Promising near zero distortion on full frame cameras, the new Laowa 15mm f/2 could be a landscape photographer's dream lens. Built specifically for Sony's E mount, it will be natively compatible with all Alpha mirrorless cameras.
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Blast from the past: A look inside Polaroid’s SX-70 instant film camera

This 11-minute promotional video for Polaroid's SX-70 instant film camera, created by Charles and Ray Eames, shows the intricate details of the iconic camera and how it's supposed to be used in a range of situations.
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Tokina adds 20mm wide-angle full-frame lens for Sony A7 cameras to lineup

Sony A7 shooters have a new wide angle option -- if they don't mind manual focus anyways. Tokina's new high-end prime lens is designed for quality, not unlike several other recent manual focus lenses from other manufacturers.
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What do you get when four imaging companies work together on color calibration?

Color calibration has just gotten simpler for photographers --- if they use a certain monitor and printer, that is. Quick Color Match Pro speeds up the color calibration process for photographers using Eizo monitors and a Canon or Epson…
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Expert video explains why bigger is better when it comes to lighting images

If there is one thing you can learn about lighting to improve your photography and the resulting images, it is that larger light sources are almost always better, and here is why.
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Now on Kickstarter, Miops Mobile could be the world's most advanced camera remote

Miops Mobile is a camera remote loaded with advanced features. It includes the standard assortment of timer, interval, and bracketing controls, but adds distance, motion, sound triggers, and even a comprehensive scheduling system.
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Think Tank thinks travel with the latest round of carry-on friendly bags

Think Tank thinks travel with it's latest bag introductions. The Airport Advantage is a rolling camera case designed for small overhead bins while the Airport Helipak fits a 3DR Solo inside a durable backpack.
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iPhone users can now shoot RAW DNG photos inside Lightroom

Coinciding with Apple's recent release of iOS 10, Adobe has unveiled an update to Lightroom Mobile that enables RAW DNG photo capture within the app. Now you can both capture and edit RAW photos on your iPhone.
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Sandberg admits Facebook messed up handling of ‘Napalm Girl’ photo

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has expressed regret over her company’s oversight in regards to its removal of an iconic Vietnam War photo. She made the statement in a letter addressed to Norway's prime minister, who had criticized the move.
Social Media

Instagram updates Stories to let you permanently save images and videos

Instagram has quietly snuck in a number of new features related to Stories in its most recent update. While everyone else is fiddling with the app's new comments moderation tool, you can now start saving your Stories, and muting others.