We've launched a pretty massive update to our Sigma Prime Lens guide that we've been curating and updating for years now. As it is, we are the only photography speciality publication that has tested every single Sigma prime lens on the market.
Isn’t it any photographer or graphic designers dream? To be able to just click on the object in an image you are working on, and having the software be able to automatically be able to detect that object and make an accurate selection.
Phase One has just updated their RAW processing software Capture One to version 11.01 which adds support for the Fujifilm X-E3 as well as support for 8 new lenses from Olympus and Leica. Beyond that, the update was focused on fixing a lot of the bugs that users had experienced since updating to the major update release of version 11.0.
SnapBridge is Nikon’s official app that enables users to “easily and seamlessly” share images and control certain Nikon cameras from a smartphone or tablet. Nikon just released version 2.
Instagram has long featured a 3×3 grid of photos across its platform, allowing photographers to get creative and create larger photo mosaics by uploading the individual pieces as separate photos in the correct order.
The updated Ricoh GR III could potentially be nothing more than just a myth, but it still stands as a fact that the Ricoh GR II is a popular choice for many street photographers. This isn't to be confused with the older iteration of this camera which Eric Kim reviewed for us years ago.
If you use the Canon 5D Mark IV for shooting serious video projects, here’s some news that may be music to your ears: C-Log is coming to your camera. C-Log is Canon’s Log Gamma curve that allows you to capture maximal dynamic range from the camera’s sensor in a limited bit-depth video file (as opposed […]
Today, Adobe is announcing a brand new update for Adobe Lightroom Mobile called Authentic HDR. As many of you know, high dynamic range photography (HDR) is popular with landscape photographers.
Google-owned image editing app Snapseed is a go-to for many photographers when they want (or have) to edit photos on their smartphone. And starting today, those people have a new, highly-requested editing tool at their disposal: Curves.
One of the most popular free alternatives to Photoshop out there is GIMP, an open source graphics editor that packs a lot of punch. But if you want GIMP to really improve—adding features like high bit depth and CMYK support—the folks behind it are asking that you support one of their most prolific developers. In […]
Stories were a huge feature addition to Instagram not only because the feature was directly ripped off from Snapchat, but because it gave Instagrammers a new way to interact with their followers without cluttering up their carefully curated feed.
Google has announced a new update for Google Photos that brings four new features for finding, animating, and rotating your precious memories. In the area of reminding you of old photos, the app can now reveal old photos of the people found in your recent ones.
Apple’s powerful, photographer-friendly line of Retina display MacBook Pros are overdue for an update. But if you’re thinking of getting one anyway, don’t! Reliable reports claim Apple will announce an update to these laptops at the end of the month.
The Google Photos app just keeps getting better. First, the app made made backing up your iPhone’s photos a breeze. Then it started turning Live Photos into stabilized GIFs. And now, now it can create themed slideshows a la Facebook, and make sharing your photos easier than ever.
In a world where we are constantly multitasking on our phones, jumping from app to app, task to task, being interrupted by messages or calls, it seems odd that one of the world's most popular networks would not have the ability to save a draft - yet that is just what Instagram users have been dealing with forever, but with the latest update, that all changes.
Adobe made a huge announcement today that will change the iPhone photography game entirely: the newest version of Lightroom Mobile for iOS now lets you capture RAW DNG photos right inside the app. This is huge news made possible by the release of Apple’s newest operating system, iOS 10. Lightroom Mobile could already edit RAW […]