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Pixii Unveils New 26MP APS-C Rangefinder with ‘Interactive’ Viewfinder

Pixii, the company behind the Pixii Camera originally announced in 2018, has unveiled an upgraded version of the APS-C M-mount rangefinder that boasts a new 26-megapixel sensor, USB-C support, a new “interactive” viewfinder, and a $3,000 price. The new Pixii camera uses a new backside-illuminated CMOS sensor with increased resolution that the company says will […]

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Great Reads in Photography: September 26, 2021

Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy-reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy! How Dorothea Lange Reimagined Protest Photography by Quietly Documenting Life Inside Japanese Internment Camps – Forbes Pledge of Allegiance, Raphael Weill Elementary School, San Francisco, […]

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Hunter Finds Lost GoPro Filled with Footage Shot by a Bear

A man from Laramie, Wyoming was out in the wilderness archery hunting when he stumbled across an old GoPro. After taking it back to his camp and charging it, he found several minutes of footage that appeared to be captured by a bear. Dylan Schilt was out in the wilderness when he stumbled across the […]

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Photographing Earth From the ISS is Not as Easy As You Might Think

Astronaut Thomas Pesquet has shared numerous beautiful photos of Earth taken from the International Space Station, but contrary to popular belief, making these photos isn’t as simple as just hanging out in the space station’s cupola. As spotted by Digital Trends, Pesquet shared the image above along with a few words (in both French and […]

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Iranian COVID-19 Hospital Scene Wins Nikon Photo Contest 2021

Nikon has announced the winners of its Photo Contest 2020-2021, a competition that has been active for over 50 years. This year’s winning image depicts a senior citizen in Iran who was admitted to receive treatment for COVID-19. Nikon says that the winners of its Grand Prize, Excellence Award, and set of Special Encouragement Awards […]

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Hotel Introduces Fee to Deter Photographers From Crowding its Venue

A family-run hotel in the United Kingdom that is situated on a picturesque cliffside has received criticism for introducing a £200 ($273) members-only fee designed to protect it from hoards of tourists who are only seeking a photo of the sunset. The Druidstone Hotel overlooks St. Brides Bay in Wales, United Kingdom, and has been […]

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Great Reads in Photography: September 19, 2021

Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy-reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy! With Baby Animals, Patience Pays: Photographer Describes New Book of Intimate Portraits – Mongabay Koala, Phascolarctos cinereus, eight-month-old baby on mother’s back, Queensland, Australia © […]

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Greg Williams Photographed Zendaya with a Remote iPhone for Vogue

[embedded content] Celebrity fashion and portrait photographer Greg Williams recently photographed Zendaya for British Vogue through a virtual photoshoot. He used the virtual photo app CLOS, which allowed him to control her smartphone from the other side of the world. Virtual or remote shoots gained popularity during the height of pandemic lockdowns when photographers found […]

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LG Launches its First-Ever OLED Professional Monitor

LG has announced the UltraFine OLED Pro 4K monitor, its first-ever OLED that promises accurate color reproduction as well as both SDR and HDR performance. The UltraFine OLED Pro is a 32-inch 3840 x 2160 4K monitor that LG promises will hit 99% of Adobe RGB as well as 99% of the DCI-P3 color spaces. […]

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Amateur Astronomer Captures Space Rock Slamming Into Jupiter

Something massive slammed into Jupiter this week, and a Brazilian amateur astronomer had his camera aimed at the gas giant at just the right time to capture the event. Earlier this week, astronomy enthusiast José Luis Pereira set up his telescope and camera (a Newtonian 275mm f/5.3 telescope and a QHY5III462C camera) in São Caetano […]

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Canon Unveils the EOS R3: 24MP, 6K RAW, 30FPS Blackout-Free EVF

Canon has finally revealed the full details of its latest professional camera, the $5,999 EOS R3. It features a backside-illuminated stacked 24.1-megapixel sensor, up to 30 frames per second blackout-free shooting, 6K RAW video capture, and much more. While Canon has revealed a lot about what to expect with the EOS R3 over the course […]

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Great Reads in Photography: September 12, 2021

Every Sunday, we bring together a collection of easy-reading articles from analytical to how-to to photo features in no particular order that did not make our regular daily coverage. Enjoy! 9/11 – The Photographs From 20 Years Ago Embed from Getty ImagesEditor’s Note: The below stories contain graphic images that may be disturbing to some […]

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VSCO Adds Content-Aware Object Removal Tool to its App

VSCO has added a simple object removal tool to its iPhone and Android app. The tool works similarly to content aware tools in Photoshop or Samsung’s Object Eraser. VSCO argues, as has Samsung in the past, that visual clutter can overwhelm a photo and distract from features photographers may want to highlight. “For a beach […]

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Canon and Panasonic Drop Out of NAB Due to COVID-19 Concerns

Panasonic and Canon have announced that neither will be attending NAB this fall as previously planned, joining Sony in pulling out of trade show commitments due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19. Canon informed PetaPixel that it has canceled plans to attend both the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas as […]

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Vimeo Now Supports Upload and Playback of Dolby Vision Content

Vimeo has announced that it is the first to bring the ability to host, share, and playback videos shot in Dolby Vision and uploaded through Apple devices. The launch comes as Dolby and Vimeo have partnered to allow Apple device users to upload and share content that has been recorded in Dolby Vision onto Vimeo […]

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Google Photos Expands Print Service with More Sizes, Unlimited Volumes

Google is expanding on its photo printing service by not only continuing its 10-print monthly subscription service but also allowing photos to be ordered in any volume and increasing the print sizes and types that are available. Google’s subscription photo delivery service was initially announced in February of 2020 before being halted the following June […]

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On1 Photo RAW 2022 Adds Sky Replacement, Integrates NoNoise AI

ON1 has announced the latest version of ON1 Photo RAW 2022 which includes several new features including Sky Swap AI, full integration of NoNoise AI, and more. The company claims that the new 2022 version of ON1 Photo RAW will be an ultimate all-in-one system with the addition of these new features, full support for […]

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