The Latest News in Photography
Join Serge Remelli in his video “On the Trail of Ansel Adams: Shooting Yosemite El Capitan” as he follows the trail Ansel Adams took through
Department store chain Lord & Taylor is one of many companies to come under attack for the increasing prevalence of “native advertising,” or paid ads that
BOSTON – A wedding photographer whose equipment was stolen out of her car following a Saturday night wedding has lost all of the photos of
The iMom from Ariel Martin on Vimeo. Technology has always had an unprecedented impact on society, allowing us to accomplish tasks quicker and understand the world
Parents in France are being warned against posting pictures of their kids online in case their own kids decide that their privacy has been breached
Lee Filters is adding a new neutral density filer to it’s lineup called the Super Stopper. The Super Stopper limits the amount of light that
In his latest Two-Minute Tips video, David Bergman argues that making prints for clients goes a very long way; a heck of a lot farther
Since everyone has a camera in their pocket these days, the distinction between being a photographer and being an artist is more important and prevalent
It’s been a rough stretch for B&H Photo Video. The last couple months have not been good to B&H Photo Video, one of the largest
Last Friday, a federal judge ruled that photographing and filming police officers is not always protected by the First Amendment. The two cases that brought
In November 2015, we wrote about how one of our workshop alums won the College Photographer of the Year award. And to think we
Nikon has announced a completely new line of premium compact cameras called the DL
Our long-time sports workshop instructor Brad Smith was one of two new members appointed to NPPA’s board of directors by NPPA President Melissa Lyttle.
Cambits is a modular camera being developed by scientists at Columbia Engineering’s Computer Vision Laboratory.