Annie Griffiths has spent 40 years as a photojournalist, starting her career as one of the first women photographers at National Geographic. She now runs her own nonprofit working to empower women around the globe.
Time for Friday Photo FOMO, with the industry's latest. Adobe is working to make AI work faster, new photo bags range from smooth rollers to waist belts, and a new Netflix flick featuring a film photographer.
Photos recovered from a camera lost at sea two years ago helped a group of Taiwanese students to find its Japanese owner. The Canon camera drifted 150 miles from Okinawa to Taiwan before being discovered on a beach.
Going live on Instagram is a great way to connect with your followers and share an experience in a fun, informal way. It's super-easy to do, but we've laid out everything you need to know to get started.
It's easier than ever to enter the GoPro Hero family thanks to a new, $199 action camera that's simply called the Hero. The camera lacks 4K, but looks similar to the Hero6 Black, with a waterproof body and built-in touchscreen..
Canadian photographer Elia Saikaly braved freezing nights to shoot this wonderful time-lapse of Mount Everest and the night sky. He also had to overcome a number of technical failures in his battle to capture the images.
A Nikon-owned robotic camera company just launched a new automated system for sports broadcasts that can automatically track athletes using artificial intelligence. It is designed for capturing challenging angles where human operators can't…