Apple’s 10th Anniversary ‘Ultimate’ iPhone May Cost Over $1,000

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Apple’s next top-of-the-line iPhone may cost over $1,000 — enough to buy two entry level DSLR kits with a chunk of change to...

Capturing Beautiful Outdoor Portraits with a Cheap 50-Year-Old Soviet Lens

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There are some fantastic portrait lenses out there for cheap, if you know where to look. A great example is the Jupiter-9: a...

10 Common Photography Mistakes

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Mistakes are usually an inevitable phase of learning. For many photographers, overcoming mistakes and ensuring high quality work is important. The following is a...

Ricoh Takes On Google with Its New Photo Management Service Keenai

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Ricoh wants to play with the big boys. In a surprising move for the company, Ricoh today unveiled Keenai (get it, “keen eye”...

Benefits of PHP Web Development Services For A Company Website.

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In this competition world, the business requires reputation and encouragement through the website to show a profit an industry successfully. The website or web...

Photobucket Just Broke Billions of Photos Across the Web

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Since 2003, the popular photo hosting service Photobucket has been letting users upload and host images for free on their servers. They have...

We Spent 67 Days Photographing One of the World’s Tallest Trees

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The Australian island state of Tasmania has 4 of the top 10 tallest tree species in the world and is home to the...

An Avalanche of Azaleas: Stunning Photos of Japan’s Mifuneyama Park

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We’ll forgive you if you’ve never heard of Mifuneyama Rakuen. The Japanese park—home to 200,000 azaleas and 2,000 cherry trees—isn’t famous. What it...

Nikon’s Year: Digging Into the Latest Financial Results in 2017

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Here’s the crazy corner Nikon is in: they can claim a modest 7% increase in operating income for the fiscal year that they...

Why You Should Try Soaking 35mm Film in Ramen Soup

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Submerging your film in liquid might not seem like a good idea, but when done properly it’s a photography technique that can garnish...

Two Months with the Fujifilm X-T2: The Perfect Mix of Power and Fun

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When it comes to cameras, I’m something of a minimalist. Slap a great sensor behind a fixed focal length lens and let me...

X-Trans: The Promise and the Problem

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FujiFilms’s X-Trans III sensor has been out since the X-Pro2 hit the scene in March 2016. It was joined recently by the X-T2,...