I Photographed My 3-Year-Old Girl as Rey from Star Wars

I feel like there’s a real shortage of quality female heroes these days throughout our entertainment media. They always seem to be flawed...

The Boys Who Grew Breasts: Portraits of the Effects of Risperdal

Johnson & Johnson has been fined over $3 billion for marketing the antipsychotic drug Risperdal to children. Over 18,000 boys and young men...

Simple Web Tool Teaches Beginners How to Use Manual Settings on a DSLR

Simon Roberts, a London-based animator and designer, has created a great photography resource for beginners that is both simple and useful. It’s called...

Rumor: Nikon D820 Will Sport 45MP Sensor, Same AF System as D5

The Nikon D810 was announced almost three years ago now, and Nikon shooters are getting impatient for a replacement. But have no fear,...

Snap Goes Public: Shares Explode in Stock Market Debut

Snap’s IPO is complete and the 5-year-old tech company behind Snapchat is now officially a publicly traded corporation. Shares in Snap have exploded...

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

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...

UK Photographer Sues Sky News for Embedding Photo Tweet in Article

Is it copyright infringement if someone embeds your tweeted photo into a news article? One UK photographer says “yes,” and he’s taking news...

This Guy Turned a Sony Camera Into a Digital Back for His Nikon Film...

Ever since the advent of digital cameras, some film photographers have dreamed of having a way to convert their beloved film cameras into...

Testing Nikon’s New 28mm f/1.4 Lens in Morocco

Last year, I was fortunate enough to earn a Nikon ambassador badge. I took this as a recognition of my work from a...

Photos of Giant Solar Power Mirrors in the Nevada Desert

Back in March 2016, photographer Reuben Wu visited the Crescent Dunes Solar Energy Facility in the Nevada desert and shot a series of...

My Dad’s Chair

My parents bought this chair and a matching couch not long after they were married in 1951. This was my dad’s chair. If...

How To Do A 365 Photo Project Without Failing

I’m a photography addict…and happy to admit it! So how did this addiction take hold? Well, it’s all down to something I’ve been...