David Ellis Shoots in a Completely Unique Way with Lobospheres

My name is David Ellis. I am a writer, strategist, gadfly and documentary/fine arts photographer based in California and a member of the SanDisk Extreme Team. I started in photojournalism, where I learned the power of visual storytelling and of the immediacy of the photographic moment.

Kosmo Foto Launches Noir-Inspired 35mm Agent Shadow Film

Kosmo Foto has announced a “noir-inspired” ISO 400 panchromatic black and white 35mm film called Agent Shadow and is currently seeking crowdfunding for its release on Kickstarter. Kosmo Foto is perhaps best known as a blog that highlights analog photography.

Lana Eileen Conveys the Language of Water Through Stunning Images

My name is Lana Eileen. I am a visual artist, musician, and photographer currently based on the island of Tasmania, Australia. My work as a photographer seeks to capture a sense of ethereality, combining reality and fantasy to create scenes laced with the heightened quality of magic realism.

Canon EOS R3: Horrible News if This Happens

Canon has long been one of the few camera brands that produce their own sensors. Their latest creations have really pushed them back to the front of the pack. The EOS R5 and EOS R6 have proven Canon still makes great sensors.

How Adam Smith Found Inspiration in the Panasonic FZ-20

My name is Adam Smith. Photography has been part of my life, as it has been for many others growing up. Film cameras came everywhere with us on family outings in our home state of Michigan and other states around the Great Lakes.

Its Not Canons Greatest Achievement: Canon EOS M50 II Review

Canon saw a great deal of success with the original EOS M50. The camera was snapped up by camera newbies and vloggers who wanted a light camera to tote around. It never wowed us with its image quality, but its versatility did delight us.

Five Fantastic Mirrorless Cameras That Deserve More Attention

Visit any site on the web or any mainstream YouTube channel, and you'll see that most will sing the praises of any flagship camera. You'll also find that unless a camera is a flagship, they're often written off and aren't given a fair chance.

Love Crop Sensors? Exciting Possibilities for the Future

The internet loves to predict doom and gloom for cameras with crop sensors. How many years have we heard that Micro Four-Thirds is dead? Current offerings remain quite capable cameras. However, camera technology has been advancing rapidly.

Under $1,000 for Cameras with IBIS and More? You Bet!

Technology has come a long way. What used to be high-end features are now present in entry-level camera models. However, don't let the term entry-level fool you. For under $1,000 these days, you can get Mirrorless cameras with IBIS, eye autofocus, excellent motion tracking, tilty flippy screens, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, fast burst rates, and so much more.

Its Beautiful, But It Has Issues: Fujifilm GF 80mm F1.7 R WR Review

Fujifilm is no stranger to shaking things up when it comes to cameras and lenses. They have dominated the APS-C field for some time, and they have taken the Medium Format segment by storm. They are continually innovating; it's what sets them apart from most other manufacturers.

Cameras on Sale: Start Creating on the Cheap and Never Look Back!

Spring is one of the best times of the year to get outside and create. If you dusted off your old camera and have decided it's time for a new one, you need to see these deals. The Canon M50 with a kit lens is just $599! The Nikon Z50 is only $829 and just $1,196.

A Curved Sensor Could Make This 70mm Canon Lens Tiny

We love finding out about new sensors just as much as you do. However, new types of sensors have been hard to come by. Sure, Sony is killing it with their stacked sensors, but there needs to be a big leap technologically.

Matt Yessian Is Passionate About Being Family Documentarian

"The earliest memory of the medium was from my grandfather," passionate photographer Matt Yessian tells us. "He shot with a Canon AE-1 and let me play around with it (I still have it!). He took a lot of pictures and would do a good job of telling a story in each photo.

Lynsey Weatherspoon Shares Her Strong Feelings on Photographing BLM

"I feel pain and grief," says Lynsey Weatherspoon when asked how she feels while photographing the BLM movement. She adds, however, "there's always joy in seeing people come together to protect our hearts as we navigate a better and more equal and equitable world.

How Noir Zy Does Very Unique Boudoir Photography

Is that the right way to say it? It's taken a fair bit of time for me to work up the courage to submit this to you, but I think I might have just what you want! I'm Noir Zy, no affiliation to Noiz, a photographic alter ego to an Australian photographer based in Melbourne.

Justino Louren

First of all my congratulations on the quality and resilience of your website. I decided to send some of my photos: some photographic work is on 35 / 120 mm filmmy first experiments on photography started with my grandfather's impulse.

Theres A Big Need for Faster Glass on Fujifilms GFX Cameras

We absolutely love Fujifilm GFX cameras. We applaud them for their innovation. What's not to love? The image quality that comes out of the almost Medium Format sized sensors is brilliant. We also dig the GF mount lenses that are currently available.

Fujifilms New GFX100S and GF80mm F1.7 Are Stunners!

Fujifilm has revolutionized the Medium Format market. There are no two ways about that. Since the introduction of the original GFX50, Fujifilm has taken several giant strides forward with its Medium Format tech.

Old But Gold: 4 Digital Cameras You Should Hunt Down and Lust Over

There are plenty of fantastic cameras on the market today. So many, in fact, it has become all too easy to forget about the great cameras that came before them. Cameras have been released at such a rapid pace that some cameras simply didn't have time to establish themselves as greats.

Learning to See Again

Crash! I tentatively turn my body in the direction of the sound already aware of its cause. There, a few feet away in the rocks, lay one of my cameras, its lens akimbo. The camera had been capturing a time-lapse of the sunrise.

Nikon Is the Latest Camera Maker to Switch Into Sustainability Mode

For 70 years, Nikon has proudly manufactured most of their cameras in their home country of Japan. However, times have changed, and the camera market has faltered. In a bid to save money, Nikon has announced that all cameras will be made in Thailand by the end of 2021.

The Wonderful Winners of the GuruShots Beach Days Contest

The beach is a wonderful place to shoot photos--especially long exposures. The views from above-using drones and black and white can be wonderful. But most of all, some of the best shots we've seen are from the Golden Hour.

New Nikon DSLRs, New F Mount Lenses Muddy Nikons Waters

It's no secret that Nikon, the once giant of the photography world, is struggling. Sales of the company's Mirrorless cameras have been sluggish due to a lack of innovation. However, one shining beacon for them has been their DSLR cameras.

Brad Walls Uses a Drone to Create Unique Photos of Ballerinas

Initially inspired by an image by Olive Cotton, Teacup ballet, Brad Walls began exploring the concept in early 2020, pinning ideas to a virtual inspiration board that consisted of shadows, shapes and tutus, stating that Most people had seen Ballet photographed traditionally.

5 Lenses That Create Beautiful Bokeh with Micro Four Thirds Cameras

Micro Four Thirds cameras receive a bad rap, mainly because the platform is misunderstood. You see, long ago, Full-Frame elitists would look down their noses at those who shot with M4/3. Their biggest 'insult,' if you can even call it that, was that it's impossible to create bokeh with cameras that offer up a 2x crop.

Get Black Friday Prices Now On Olympus Cameras and Lenses

Olympus has blown up their regular pricing by starting their Black Friday sales early. Right now, the simply stunning Olympus Pen F can be yours for just $899. The OM-D E-M1 II is just $899, the E-M1 III is only $1,399, and the small, incredibly yet fun E-PL10 is just $449.

A Big Misstep for Micro Four Thirds: Panasonic G100 Review

Until the release of the Panasonic G100 earlier this year, all had been quiet on the Panasonic M4/3 front. The Panasonic G100 is a camera that has been aimed at modern hybrid content creators. Hybrid shooters want the best of both worlds when it comes to stills and video.

In 1987, Darren Lewey Documented a Photo Therapy Class

Im a photographer based in Morocco running tours and workshops in the region. Im also behind a new website called Creative Camera which offers innovative online courses for building creativity. I place a high value on photographers who can make sense of more ordinary locations rather than those who can shoot photogenic zones really well.

2020 Displayed in a Year of Aerial Drone Photographs

Photographer Armando Martinez is celebrating the final day of 2020 by sharing this beautiful montage of drone video footage and photography that he captured in the last year. This year has seen a flurry of news surrounding the present and future of drone photography and videography.

I Capture Newborn Babies In Chicago

Sweet, beautiful baby girl slept like a princess and was just as good as can be at her newborn session at our Chicago studio. I always love it when I get contacted as a newborn baby photographer in Chicago to capture these brand new moments within the family.

The Many Faces Of Nepal

I spent two weeks photographing the many faces of Nepal. From the snowy mountains to the jungle.

Farmers And Craft Market Life In Hungary

For 4 years between 2013 and 2017, I photographed the events of a farmers market, called Bödön market. I made a compilation of these pictures, which I think faithfully reflects the mood of the market, the kindness of the sellers, the colorful products and the special atmosphere that pervades the whole market.

May I Ask You A Personal Question, Have You Ever Retired A Human By Mistake?

Original Blade Runner is one of my all time favorite movies and it was no surprise that I totally enjoyed capturing the essence of Rachel in this Cosplay photoshoot with Suzucos from Finland. With help from my makeup artist friend Laura Puntila Rachel was born to life and I was able to capture these amazing frames of this cosplay talent.  

I Combine Thousands Of Photos To Create One Image Of A Butterfly Wing

I never thought I would be running around with a net desperately trying to capture butterflies and dragonflies. But that was exactly what I was doing two summers ago at the local golf course. Living north of San Francisco I am surrounded by natural beauty with flowing waterfalls, giant redwoods, and luscious green hillsides.

Fun Portraits Of Flying Dogs By A German Photographer

Julia Christe is a German photographer specializing in photographing pets. One of her most recent works is a funny series in which the dogs are "flying". The project began when the photographer decided she would like to capture pictures of her favorite animals from a new perspective.

I Photograph The Special Bond Between Horse And Human

At the age of 13, I was traveling all over Denmark, to photograph horses with their humans. Of course, it was because of my own love for horses, that I combined this with taking photos. I myself have never spent much time in the saddle.

Japanese Great-Grandmother At Age 90 Continues Conquering Social Networks With Her Incredible Joy Of Living

This lovely Japanese lady could even teach millenials a trick or two on how to capture the life's most joyful moments and turn them into magic.   Last year, Kimiko Nishimoto took the internet by storm with self-portraits casting herself as a dog, a frog or even a witch roaming the vicinity on her broomstick - almost like a Harry Potter character that accidentaly made their escape from the pages of the book.

Ever Since This 90-Year-Old Japanese Grandma Discovered Photography She Cant Stop Taking Hilarious Self-Portraits (New Pics)

This lovely Japanese lady could even teach millenials a trick or two on how to capture the life's most joyful moments and turn them into magic.   Last year, Kimiko Nishimoto took the internet by storm with self-portraits casting herself as a dog, a frog or even a witch roaming the vicinity on her broomstick - almost like a Harry Potter character that accidentaly made their escape from the pages of the book.

Ir Photography On The Cheap

One boring, wet day, I was browing the web when I found an article on how to convert a point & click camera to an IR point & click camera. It looked pretty simple. All you needed was an old camera and some exposed 35mm negative strips.

Gender identity in commercial Licensing

Top tips for creating gender-inclusive images for your Licensing portfoliono matter where your model identifies on the gender spectrum. The post Gender identity in commercial Licensing appeared first on 500px.

Surfaces

I'd like to share with you the art project I've been working on for the last two years: "Surfaces. " Through this project, just like different surfaces, the inner self, the skin, and the external self look at each other, they interact, they crash and change their position like in a frantic dance, and as such, my works materialize.

7 Eccentric Costumed Motorbike Taxi Drivers In Nairobi

Dutch photographer Jan Hoek and Ugandan-Kenyan fashion designer Bobbin Case collaborated on a project called Boda Boda Madness that turned boda boda drivers into striking fantastical characters you wouldn't miss a ride with.

My Second Walk Around The City In Fog

I waited a long time for the right conditions to be able to continue my series of the foggy city. One evening I decided to explore new places and at the same time visit a few famous places. I had a head full of ideas and wanted to implement them! I like the pictures of the man with a lantern on the bridge the most.

61 Stunning Cosplays From New York Comic Con 2019

Comic Con New York 2019 has passed, but cosplay never stops. Pictures of cosplayers in their favorite superhero (or supervillain) attire from this year’s NYCC are still surfacing on the Internet.