This week, European Parliament voted into place a new law that increases the age of consent for online social media services, such as Instagram, Flickr and Snapchat, from 13 to 16, effectively banning any would-be photographers from sharing their work on social media networks until they reach the age of 16. [Read more…]
With over 1500 entries from 52 different countries, the organizers of the inaugural Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards have a good reason to smile. The hilarious submissions gave them a good reason to laugh too.
Aiming to raise awareness for wildlife while celebrating animals’ funny sides, the competition shares those special moments that wildlife photographers are rarely able to plan, but are always thrilled to encounter.
German drone makers, Ascending Technologies just redefined light painting. The company makes high end drones and drone software and to take their technology to the extremes, they made a series of Santa Light Painting which actually resulted in a short movie.
The company used an LED mounted Falcon 8 – their own octa-copter. Way points were set with AscTec Navigator – software capable on creating high-res way points that enabled the complex drawing.
Peak Design have created five incredibly successful Kickstarter campaigns. Their most recent – for the Everyday Messenger bag – raised nearly $5m from more than 17,000 backers.
In this article, I talk with Peak Design’s Adam Saraceno, to find out how they keep knocking their projects out of the proverbial ballpark. And, perhaps, to find out exactly what the magic sauce is to delivering a successful project.
Sometimes it does not take much to create a wonderful shot for new year, it only takes a punched black cardboard and two champagne glasses.
Moldova based Photographer Alex Zatsepin provides a detailed explanation on how he took the photo above using a punched black cardboard, an Ironing board, 3 strobes, and a good understating of how light and lenses work.
It’s safe now to say that film is anything but dead. More so now than ever, it seems photographers young and old are looking to get back to the days of darkrooms.
Recently, we shared with you the Filmomat, a completely automated film processing machine created from scratch.
Celebrating the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Adorama TV launched a new video shows with the first episode explaining the forced perspective technique.
With the timing and the subject of the episode obviously timed to go along with the new movie, how better to explain this visual effect than with an X-Wing Fighter?
If you’ve ever seen thermal imaging footage, there’s a good chance it was captured with an infrared camera developed by Oregon-based FLIR Systems, a company that specializes in the design and manufacturing of thermal imaging cameras.
It’s for that reason that drone manufacturer DJI has teamed up with FLIR to create the Zenmuse XT, a thermal imaging camera and gimbal designed to be used on DJI’s Inspire and Matrice 100 drones. [Read more…]
Here is an amazing fact, at least for us: Photographers have bought more than 7,000 Image Manipulation packages from us. Thanks!!!
One of the more frequent requests we get on our support mail is “do you guys have a gift card option“? We did not have a good answer for this one. Now we do. Here.
So if you want a friend to spoil you, or to make you happy on Christmas, just send them to this page.
Last week, Apple announced that you can now transfer images directly to your iPhone, a feature that was once reserved only for iPads. Today, that ability gets a little bit sweeter with a brand new update to Adobe’s Lightroom for iOS.
Lightroom for iOS version 2.1 brings along a handful of new features that will make editing images more robust for photographers who like to take their work on the road. [Read more…]