The green-eyed ‘Afghan Girl’ made world-famous by Steve McCurry’s 1985 National Geographic magazine cover has arrived in Italy after the Italian Prime Minister answered her call for help in leaving Afghanistan following the takeover of the Taliban in August.
NASA’s Mars based Curiosity rover has shared new lanscape images of the terrain on Mars. The rover recently travelled to Mount Sharp, the central peak of the Gale Crater.
Chinese fashion photographer Chen Ma was criticised for perpetuating Western stereotypes of Chinese women in her latest campaign image for fashion brand Dior. The image was labelled as “insulting” to Chinese women as they do not posses the fair skin and big, round eyes, and that it was racist.
Yes I know it’s Black Friday this week and you’re all gunning for new equipment. But what would you say if I told you that you could improve your images without buying anything new? Yep, sorry to be a killjoy but new gear doesn’t improve your photos very often. In this video wildlife photographer, Jan Wegener runs through a few different ways that you can improve the quality of your photos with any gear.
The world’s largest-ever digital camera is currently being assembled and readied to be installed at the Vera Rubin Observatory, Chile. With a resolution of 3,200 megapixels, the images are so huge and detailed that you could spot a golf ball 20 miles away.
Controversial American photographer John ‘Jock’ Sturgis has pleaded guilty to allegations of sexual misconduct with a 14-year-old student when he taught photography at a private school in the 1970s.
Instagram’s standalone messaging app Threads will be discontinued from December 2021, the company has stated. Introduced in 2019, the app was a camera oriented messaging app designed to compete directly with Snap Chat which never quite hit mainstream use.
What would you say if I told you I could change 1GB of data into 200MB without losing quality or data? Firstly, you might not believe me, and secondly, you’d probably write me off as a complete nerd. But that is exactly what the developers of the Rawsie app are claiming. Now by using the desktop version of the app, you can experience the life-changing magic of tidying up, not just in your closet, but in your hard drive as well.