Photographers struggle with self-doubt and thoughts on inadequacy. It comes with the territory, constantly comparing your art with what others are producing, finding flaws and worrying about how it all matches up.
The U.S. Copyright Office is looking into the effectiveness of moral copyright laws and wants to hear from photographers and artists as part of a study into the current laws and to possibly strengthen them.
Blackmagic Design is bringing the best parts of its $30,000 Advanced Panel to a broader range of users with new Micro and Mini control panels for DaVinci Resolve, the popular editing and color grading program.
Calling it three cameras in one, the new Ursa Mini Pro is built to handle the unique demands of film, broadcast, and studio work. It is built around the same Super35 sensor as the Ursa Mini 4.6K, offering 15 stops of dynamic range.
The Dress is back, only this time it's a tasty strawberry pie that is not actually red, but that doesn't stop our brains from seeing that color. The image is a manipulated photo from a psychology professor.
Snap Inc. now calls itself a camera company and a 360 option could be on its radar next, along with a potential drone. Both leaks come the same week the company went public on the New York Stock Exchange.
The 44 artificially intelligent photo filters inside Prisma will soon expand thanks to both a new DIY filter generator and a store. And to make room for those new filters, unused filters can now be deleted.
The new Realis WUX6500 Pro AV projector features an even brighter output than its siblings, at up to 6500 lumens. Additionally, a D Pro AV version adds additional DICOM simulation for use in medical education and training.
We pounded the halls of MWC in Barcelona to find the tech worth taking about. Behold our favourite mobile accessories from the show, from a wallet-sized phone charger to a programmable pixel art Bluetooth speaker.
Adobe Illustrator is turning 30 -- and designers are now using the program for about 180 million graphics a month. Here's how the program went from something lacking an undo button to a graphics powerhouse.
Photographers jumping ship from traditional DSLR systems have long been hoping that Sigma would bring its popular Art series of lenses to the Sony full-frame E-mount system. That dream appears to be many closers to reality now.