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The Huawei P30 Pros Game-Changing Camera Sensors Were Made by Sony

Huawei’s new P30 Pro smartphone has jaw-dropping low-light abilities and industry-leading image quality. The company has been touting its quad camera system as being co-engineered by Leica, but here’s an interesting piece of info that isn’t being widely publicized: all the imaging sensors were made by Sony. EE Times just published a teardown of the […] petapixel.com

2019-4-15 17:45

Skydio under fire for promoting illegal drone footage

Photo of Grand Prismatic Spring, in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, courtesy of Don Kawahigashi. Drone use is illegal in all national parks. California-based drone manufacturer, Skydio, is under investigation after promoting its proprietary 'true follow-me' feature with footage of a rollerblader gliding along a West Thumb Geyser Basin boardwalk in Yellowstone National Park. dpreview.com

2019-4-8 16:03

These 30 WWII Photos From Japanese Internment Camp Were Censored And Now Everyone Can See Them

In 1941 Pearl Harbour became the scene of a devasting surprise attack by Japanese forces. After decades of being on the edge of war with Japan, the attack pushed the US to join World War II. Not only did this attack took thousands of lives but also triggered racial prejudices towards Japanese-Americans which led to mass 'evacuation' of around 1200,000 people. boredpanda.com

2019-4-6 17:53

These Stunning Double Exposure Portraits by Christoffer Relander Were Done in Camera

While double (and even multiple) exposure photography is a technique often left to the experimental world of analog photography, it's still possible to play around with it using digital cameras. Finland-based fine art photographer Christoffer Relander gives us a glimpse of the creative possibilities offered by this technique through his stunning series of double-exposed portraits taken using a Nikon D700. thephoblographer.com

2018-8-23 01:00

50+ Best Wildlife Photos Of 2017 Were Just Announced And The Winning Pic Is Making Everyone Angry And Sad

A ceremony at the Natural History Museum, London, has revealed the results of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, and the winning photos are worth all of the attention they can get. This year, the annual competition has attracted nearly 50,000 entries from 92 countries and the organizers were kind enough to share them. boredpanda.com

2017-10-19 13:02

Sony's Mavica FD71 liked floppy disks, hated magnets

In the earliest days of consumer digital photography, back when the smart in smart phone was the same as the smart in a smart pair of pants, almost every aspect of capturing, transferring, storing, sharing and printing digital images was so fraught with technical challenges and costly disappointments that it still amazes me that it ever took off at all. dpreview.com

2017-6-30 14:00